Dallas TV Anchor Goes Off On Greg Hardy’s ‘Innocent’ Twitter Bio Claim (Video)

Dale Hansen doesn’t appear to like Greg Hardy or the idea of Hardy playing for the Dallas Cowboys.

Hansen, a sportscaster at WFAA-TV in Texas, has voiced his displeasure about Hardy in the past. He went off on the Cowboys when they made the decision to sign Hardy despite the pass rusher’s well-publicized legal issues.

On Wednesday, news of Hardy’s latest transgression — changing his Twitter bio to read “innocent until proven guilty” — had many once again piling on Hardy and the Cowboys. Hansen was one of those people, doing so in a concise and efficient manner.

“Hardy says on his Twitter account, ‘Innocent until proven guilty,’ ” Hansen says. “He has been found guilty. A North Carolina judge says he is. The NFL found him guilty. And he is certainly guilty in the court of public opinion.”

It all leads up to a real dagger at the end. Check out Hansen’s powerful segment below.

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