Now who is the f---ing idiot who would go on social media with a statement that tarnishes his own company by insulting his customers? And what does that say about the product?
The f---ing idiot founded the company with his wife in 2000. It's a vest with a lot of useless pockets to carry all one's crap. Jordan failed to clinch a deal with his idea on ABC's Shark Tank with his "Technology Enabled Clothing" (TEC) patent in 2012, The Blaze reported.
Although the idiot stepped down from the company's management last year, the schmuck still holds the title of CEO.
The company disavowed Jordan on Wednesday after he publicly described an incident with someone who recognized him from the TV ads.
"I love meeting new people that recognize me and my company from all our television commercials," he posted and since deleted. Butt he post was on a screen grab by a "Shark Tank" fan blog. "I am on the ski lift and the following exchange just happened and happens often: I ask, 'What network they saw me?' Invariably people say Fox News.
"I laugh to myself, and tell them that we primarily advertise on Fox because we find their viewership to be extremely gullible and much easier to sell than other networks," Jordan wrote, admitting his vest sucks [as much as he does]. "The look on their face at that time is priceless. I am not kidding you. I get to tell them they are [f---ing] idiots while getting rich off them."
SCOTTeVEST posted a statement on its website calling Jordan's comments "offensive and inexcusable." I will not elaborate but you can imagine how freaked out the company must have been when they read how Jordan not only said what he did about their customers, but what he implied about the product.
Company spokesman Luke Lappala told The Blaze that Jordan had since deactivated his Facebook and Twitter accounts.
This idiot reminds me of Jonathan Gruber, the guy who said that the Democrats depended upon the stupidity of the voter in order to pass Obamacare.
Jordan apologized in a Medium post calling his words "incredibly rude and inaccurate."
You just have to believe the idiot was pressured by the company to make the apology.
The thing is, if anyone buys one of those vests, they'd be proving him right.