Out of all the ridiculous cancel culture assassinations that have been made, this seems like one of the most absurd of them all. To summarize, last month WVU Sophomore safety, Kerry "KJ" Martin Jr., tweeted out a list of "accusations" about the now former WVU Defensive coordinator Vic Koenning that led to him being fired for his "heinous" actions and "mislead" beliefs. Below is the infamous tweet from Kerry Martin himself, but here's a summarized list of the accusations: Coach Vic talked about his faith and belief in the Bible in front of players that didn’t share those same beliefs, making a player question the things he believed KJ’s former high school coach told him that he spoke with Coach Vic at a recruiting visit and based on that conversation the high coach thought that Coach Vic had a “Slave Master” mentality (the high school coach later denied ever saying this). KJ made a mistake during practice and was asked if he was “retarded.” One day after practice, Coach Vic told everyone to go inside to watch film “as if he thought the players were his property.” Coach Vic made the unforgivable sin of voicing his support of Trump and that he thought building a wall was a good idea. After KJ “converted religions” to Islam, Coach Vic had the audacity to talk to KJ about finding Christ. Wait. It gets worse. He even went as far as to share bible verses with KJ from his FCA bible. Last but not least, Coach Vic one time said during a team meeting in reference to the ongoing riots, that if people didn’t want to get tear gassed, they shouldn’t be protesting. Here's the actual tweet: KJ's high school coach denies saying anything anything about Coach Vic having a "Slave Master" mentality, and even mentions how much Coach Vic has been bothering him to check in on KJ's well being during Covid. KJ replies by saying that yes, Coach Vic is a good man and has even driven all the way to Charleston to bring him food, BUT his "thoughts and beliefs are mislead" WVU then caves into the social media mob and decides to fire Coach Vic. I had coaches say meaner things to me when I played select soccer in 4th grade. Lord help us if this is the new norm.