The Reason Disgraced White Former NBA Player Thinks Clarence Thomas Isn’t Authentically Black Is Legit Racist

Former white NBA player Rex Chapman posted up a series of tweets on Thursday implying that Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas is not really authentically black because never attended one of his basketball games.

See, folks? Racism really does exist in our culture. However, it seems the vast majority of it comes from the radical left, which stays true to the movement’s roots. The guy is stating that because Thomas didn’t attend basketball games he’s not black enough, as if all black men love basketball.

This is a stereotype. Imagine if a conservative-leaning basketball player had made this remark. He or she would have been canceled faster than Usain Bolt runs the 100 meter.

According to TheBlaze, “After criticizing Thomas for attending a graduation event at Christendom College in 2018 at which there was ‘not another person of color’ in the picture, Chapman asserted that Thomas ‘would not last 20-30 seconds in an NBA locker room.’ He specifically contrasted Thomas to former President Bill Clinton, who was white, but who ‘used to come to our games in Landover with the Bullets. Clarence Thomas – never.’ Chapman mused, Why have you never seen Clarence Thomas at an NBA game? As in — ever?’”

Gee, I don’t know Chapman. Could it be he’s not a basketball fan? He’s a Supreme Court justice so maybe he just has better things to do with his time. Like researching court cases and trying to uphold the Constitution. What a dumb thing to say about someone in a position of power.

And rather than use a little common sense, Champan decided to double down on his racism by replying to a user’s comment with a video from “The Chappelle Show” that featured the character Clayton Bigsby, which is really just Chappell playing a blind black person who doesn’t know he’s black and is a white supremacist.

The implications of Chapman sharing the clip are quite clear.

“Chapman, who was selected with the 8th overall pick in the 1988 NBA draft, played for several years in the NBA. During the seasons he played for the Washington Bullets, the Bullets were one of the worst teams in the league, racking up a combined putrid record of 45-119. Following his playing career, Chapman was offered numerous jobs in television broadcasting and for NBA teams, in spite of his well-publicized struggles with drug addiction, which included multiple trips to rehab and a highly publicized arrest for shoplifting,” TheBlaze reported.

“After allegedly cleaning up his life, Chapman built a large following on Twitter by reposting content generated by others, frequently without attribution. Chapman also frequently peddles discredited hoaxes and misinformation on his Twitter account, which has over one million followers. In spite of his well-documented struggles with the truth — or perhaps because of them — Chapman was hired by CNN in January 2022 as a host for its now-defunct CNN+ streaming service,” the report added.

Chapman then did what most leftists do when someone calls them on their garbage.  Play the racist card.

Yes, that’s right. A racist man is calling those who criticized his work racist.

This is why the aliens won’t come to visit us.

This story syndicated with permission from michael, Author at Trending Politics



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