Five Things that Holocaust Denier, White Supremacist & Rohrabacher Confidant Chuck Johnson Believes

What’s Worse: Almost Immediately After News Of Their Meeting Breaks, Rohrabacher Echoes Trump’s Words That There Was Violence On ‘All Sides’

IRVINE – Yesterday, Congressman Dana Rohrabacher issued statement one week after the events in Charlottesville in which he echoed Donald Trump’s language that there was violence on “all sides.” What’s worse – this statement came the day after news broke that Rohrabacher had met with Julian Assange in a meeting arranged by Holocaust denier and white supremacist Chuck Johnson. According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, “Johnson also has numerous ties to the racist ‘Alt-Right’ and has professed white supremacist views.”

DCCC spokesperson Drew Godinich released the following statement:

“Dana Rohrabacher’s friend believes that the Holocaust was a hoax and that minorities are genetically inferior to white Americans. Does Dana Rohrabacher agree? And why was he with this bigot thousands of miles from California instead of meeting with his constituents or holding a town hall? The voters he actually works for deserve answers.”

To be clear how outrageous it is that Rohrabacher hung out with this bigot instead of his own constituents, here are just five disgusting things that Chuck Johnson believes:

  • That blacks are intellectually inferior to whites
  • On Jews: “But for me, the neuroticism that’s clearly a big part of their evolutionary situation is interesting. And of course I get very upset with them because they have this idea that most goyim that they meet are actually quite dumb. And that’s true for a lot of them but I always have to sort of like set them apart and be like, ‘Look, I know you meet a lot of stupid ones but like I’m the exception. You know, and you need to start treating me with respect.’ It’s interesting how, when you say that, a lot of the tricks that they try to use on people, they just sort of, like, disappear. …And it is interesting how the things that are the most screwed up in our society — media, education, and government — seem to have a disproportionate number of them.”
  • On Barack Obama: “Yes, he’s gay (not that I care), and yes, his second daughter isn’t his. And yes, his father is Frank Marshall Davis. And if you want to work on this, you should email me. For the record Obama was born in Hawaii but he’s told two different stories about which hospital. He’s also told three different stories about how he met his wife. And while we’re on the topic check out the moles on Obama’s face. That’s a trait only common among West African blacks (think Morgan Freeman!).”
  • Racial stereotypes are largely true
  • The Holocaust didn’t happen

Finally, here’s a photo of Chuck Johnson flashing this white-nationalist linked hand sign with Dana Rohrabacher outside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London this week:

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