OK, folks, I wasn’t going to write anything about this one because Chuck C. Johnson is an absolutely horrible nightmare of a human being, but he says something in this podcast with Adam Carolla that is so dishonest and egregious that I have to do this one more time.
When Carolla asks Chuck about the accusations that he’s a racist and a white supremacist, Chuck answers that people accuse him of being a white supremacist because he says “Jews and Asians are smarter.”
And this is such a sleazy, creepy dodge that I have to point out again: Chuck C. Johnson doesn’t just say things that sound like a white supremacist, he associates with white supremacists, he posts links to their sites, he followed quite a few white supremacists and outright neo-Nazis on Twitter when he still had a Twitter account, and…
The latest example of his gross racism and attraction to white supremacist hate speech was noted today by Doktor Zoom at Wonkette, who points out that in his latest incoherent racist screed at his awful blog, Chuck C. Johnson quoted an “Anonymous poster”…
This Anonymous poster basically had the exact same experience a few of us did:
I actually have an interesting story about this. I was browsing Dylann Storm Roof’s facebook profile at the moment that Marcus Stanley (forgiving black preacher gospel singing dude) posted that long, loving-tolerant Christian message of forgiveness on Dylann’s page. Which is odd because the account settings had been either set to private or friends-only because I (along with everyone else) did not have any option to “like” or comment on any of the content of Dylan’s page. It was not a public page. The only content displayed publicly was that profile pic with the swamp in the background. But you couldn’t comment on the photo unless you sent Dylann a friend request that had been accepted.
But then….lo and behold! Along comes St. Marcus and he’s perfectly able to post a comment - the ONLY comment allowed on the entire page - in which he humbly forgives his white hateful oppressor and offers Dylann hope in Christ.
No one was able to post a comment except Marcus. He was the first and the last. The option for other people to “like” or comment on a post never appeared because it was an otherwise private profile. Curiously, the only option available was to “share” the post on which Marcus had written his sermon so that the word could spread around and everyone could see how morally superior this ex-ganster black guy is (who is also conveniently an outspoken survivor of gun violence). What a perfect and sweet little image. Isn’t that curious?
…who just happens to have posted the comment Chuck quoted at a white power message board called “IronMarch•org,” in a thread titled “Heroic Autist Slaughters ‘Innocent’ N*ggers In Their Church! (Charleston Shooting).” (Without the asterisk, of course.)
Oh, but he also thinks Jews and Asians are smarter.
Before I let this go, I want to note one other sentence from Johnson’s 4200-word rant, because it really reveals the truly noxious person behind these words:
Black lives may matter but Black women simply aren’t desirable—even to rapists.
Yes, he really wrote this.