BREAKING (from 2013): #WalterScott called for violence against George Zimmerman, just like @ChuckCJohnson did against #Tsarnaev

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But Tsarnaev's Muslim, so it's like totally OK
But Tsarnaev’s Muslim, so it’s like totally OK can confirm the authenticity of a violent, anti-Dzhokhar Tsarnaev tweet by GotNewsDotCom’s editor-in-thief Chuck C. Johnson. See the screencap above.

Ironically, Johnson that same day published an article condemning police shooting victim Walter Scott for suggesting (in 2013) that the parents of Trayvon Martin shoot George Zimmerman in the head. Zimmerman was charged with fatally shooting Martin on Feb. 26, 2012, but was later acquitted of second-degree murder and manslaughter.

Scott was shot several times in the back and killed by a South Carolina policeman on April 4. A bystander caught the altercation on video, which was later released by The New York Times. The officer, Michael Slager, has been charged with murder and is awaiting trial.

Here are two scenes from the video, appropriately labeled in case there be any confusion.

Not shown: the hail of bullets between gun and target
Not shown: the hail of bullets between gun and target

As with his previous attempts to justify white police officers (and Hispanic neighborhood watch-dude Zimmerman) fatally shooting black males, Johnson has been spinning the video mightily to suggest it leaves some questions unanswered. One question he is avoiding is why Slager clearly shot Scott several times in the back.

So, true to form, he’s going after the victim. In the topsy-turvy world of GNDC and Chuck C. Johnson, all victims (except white male victims) deserve whatever they got, whether it be a rape or a murder. In Scott’s case, though Scott was far from being a choir boy, the “dirt” Johnson found on him is pretty weak sauce.

Meanwhile, Tsarnaev awaits sentencing. He and his now-dead brother planted homemade bombs at the 2013 Boston Marathon, killing 3 people and injuring 264 others. Johnson, a Boston native, tweeted that he’d volunteer to execute Tsarnaev himself and separately suggested a crowdfunding campaign to end Tsarnaev’s life.

First he tweeted this stream of invective non-sequiturs.


Followed by these gems,

This, from the same guy who says there are no rape victims until a rapist is convicted — “Due process matters.”

Yeah, Chuck, we got your number. It only matters only when the accused is a white (and non-Muslim) guy.

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