Martin Shkreli takes to Facebook to share an article supporting him and suggests he’d make an ideal communications director for President Trump
Permanently banned from Twitter, awaiting a verdict in a fraud trial and widely considered one of the most loathed men on the planet, Martin Shkreli could be expected to retreat to Siberia. Instead, on Tuesday, the ‘pharma bad boy’ took to Facebook and shared a Crain’s article that suggested he was “getting a raw deal” and that the prosecution against him “should never have commenced.”
In the feature by an “opinion writer” named Sean Roman Strockyj, it was argued that “not one investor lost a single dollar” and “the nation’s whipping boy” should not “carry the mark of a felon.” Furthermore, Roman Strockyj argued that this “self-made product of the outer boroughs of New York City” is a victim of “government overreach” and that is a trial that is just about “pleasing the general public.”
Elsewhere, on 31st July on Facebook also, Shkreli stated: “In for comms director” and received 498 likes. Donald Trump could perhaps do a lot worse.