Let's discuss a word that you don't hear too often regarding Greg Hardy. That word is "respect". Now generally speaking, Greg Hardy is deserving of none of it. However, I think we owe him a little bit given how he has decided to fend off the unparalleled amount of criticism and scrutiny he has been facing from literally everyone on the planet Earth. If there is a way to get people to stop talking about domestic abuse it is to bring up the topic of discrimination, and that's exactly what Greg Hardy has done. Is it going to work? Probably not, but you miss 100% of the shots you don't take, and this was Greg Hardy's best shot that wasn't delivered to the throat of a former lover.
Who is to say that Greg Hardy hasn't been discriminated against? Discrimination is treating a group of people differently than others based on a distinct characteristic about that group. I am not saying his Greg Hardy's skin color has anything to do with how he has been viewed. I am not even saying his profession has anything to do with how he has been viewed. I am saying that he is a member of a group of people that have placed their hands, in a forceful manner, on women. Do we not discriminate against domestic abusers? When have we ever given a domestic abuser the benefit of the doubt? That's not to say that they deserve it, but it is to say that they aren't seen as equals in the eyes of the public. Semantically speaking, this wife beater may have accidentally stumbled upon a decent point.
I am not going to go as far as saying that Greg Hardy's Twitter bio is completely rational, or even logical for that matter. It's very clear he WAS found guilty of domestic abuse before using what I can only imagine was a pretty substantial out of court settlement to legally clear his name. All the hate he has been the target of is far from unjust. The interview he gave before returning to the field was just about the most ignorant thing these ears have ever heard. So no, Greg Hardy words aren't of sane mind. He did, however, hit on all the key words you would want a person that's fighting for their reputation to hit on. Innocent, knowledge, ignorance, unjust, prejudicial, discrimination. He fit them all into one sentence fragment. For someone who very clearly isn't very smart, that feat in and of itself was impressive. His defense may fall on deaf ears, but it's word index is certainly commendable.
Pro Tip: If you want people to take anything you say on social media seriously you can't have the handle @OverlordKraken.