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All-Pro Offensive Lineman Joe Thomas Blasts United in Hilarious Series of Tweets

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We’ve previously chronicled the Twitter exploits of All-Pro Cleveland Browns offensive lineman Joe Thomas — who, several weeks ago, Tweeted that free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick would be a distraction for his new team because of his National Anthem protests in 2016.

On Monday, Thomas took up a more popular cause which pretty much…well…”United” everybody.

In a humorous series of Tweets, the Cleveland Browns star ripped United Airlines for dragging a man off of a flight for refusing to give up his seat after his flight was overbooked.

But what really drew the ire of Thomas was the statement from United CEO Oscar Munoz — in which Munoz apologized for having to “re-accommodate” the man in the video and other passengers on the overbooked flight.

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