Let’s get the obvious part of this story out-of-the-way. Britt McHenry did a stupid thing. She should not have berated a woman who clearly is not guilty of anything other than doing her job. Ms. McHenry should have known better and should have been more sympathetic. Despite not knowing anything about her, it’s obvious that this woman does not look like her or have a position on TV that pays as well as the compensation that McHenry receives. They are certainly both human beings but clearly, the two women have very different lives and she should have been sensitive to that. Done! Now let’s be fair. Who among us has not gone off on someone at motor vehicles or in the post office? We are all human beings and despite the fact people believe someone in the public eye who is beautiful and makes a lot of money should be a pillar of the community, the expectation is ridiculous. She should not have been fired and all of the brutal tweets and negative press stems from people’s own dissatisfaction with their own lives. It’s almost unbelievable that people have nothing better to do than watch for stories on line that anger them so they can berate and abuse people. It’s no different than what she did. It’s sad actually. News flash; until we are taken over by despotic dictators, even speech we deem mean or cruel is Constitutionally protected. She simply experienced a momentary lack of judgement and she’s paying for it. People have been merciless. That to me is far more scary than her vitriolic outburst. If you don’t like her, don’t watch her. She has apologized and explained her side which is what she should have done. I believe someone once said, “Let he who is without sin, cast the first stone”. Apparently there are many sinless people walking amongst us, although you’d never know it.