BOOM! Hateful Gay Man Who Harassed Ivanka On Flight Just Got Big Whopping Taste Of His Own Medicine

A couple weeks ago, a gay couple was thrown off an airplane after one of them aggressively confronted Ivanka Trump, who was traveling alone with her children. Despite having a net worth in the hundreds of millions, she was flying coach (a detail often overlooked).

The husband behind the harassment, Matthew Lasner, sent out a Tweet that attempted to make himself and his partner the victims here.



He apparently forgot to delete his earlier Tweet…. where he told the truth about what his husband (named Dan Goldstein) was about to do.


Beyond the keyboard, it turns out the man who harassed a mother traveling without her husband isn’t much of a tough guy after all.

As Top Right News reported:

In a clip that aired on his new show last week, Fox News’s Jesse Watters confronted Goldstein on the streets of Brooklyn — eager to learn whether he now regrets his decision to harass “a woman with her baby on a flight.”

Watters seemed to pull out all the stops to get a comment out of Goldstein, without success. But one can bet Goldstein will think twice about where he goes in the future, perhaps now understanding that publicly harassing an unsuspecting victim — and then broadcasting it to the world — can be a very different experience when you’re on the receiving end.

“You harassed a woman with her baby on a flight. You proud of that?” Watters asked Goldstein “Real class act, aren’t you? Now you’re afraid to show your face?” he said.

Goldstein kept his face hidden the entire time – as if everyone doesn’t already know what he looks like.

Like a true liberal, I’m sure he’ll try to pretend that it’s actually he whose the victim in all of this. Liberals are all too happy to point the finger of blame at anyone – except for themselves.

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