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Rev. Jamie Johnson. Director, DHS Center for Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnership (former) – A Center of the White House Office of Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships. Yes, he does have a If he offers to show you his Eucharist, say NO! twinkle in his eye, doesn’t he?

Why was this pile of didymo ever allowed to draw a government paycheck in the first place? Oh yes, Republicans are in charge.

Rev. Jamie Johnson resigned Thursday as the head of faith-based and neighborhood partnerships at the Department of Homeland Security after a CNN KFile report revealed inflammatory past comments he made about the black community and Islam.

Inflammatory is one way to describe his comments. but only if one is not familiar with such terms as racist, xenophobic, anti-Semitic or just plain bigoted as fuck. Here he is making sweet love to The Blacks vs. The Jews chicken.

As is so often the case when the ubercreeps engage in their War Between People We Hate fantasy sessions, Johnson can’t even talk about the people he allegedly admires without squirting out a few stereotypes.

“I think one of the reasons why is because Jewish people from their coming to America in great waves in the early part of the 1800’s immediately rolled up their sleeves and began to work so hard and applied themselves to education and other means of improvement and other means of climbing the, I hate this phrase, but the social ladder if you will,” Johnson said. “And they have done exceptionally well for themselves. For only representing about 1.4% of America’s population, they make up 12% of America’s millionaires. Why? Because they work.

That 1.4% is wishful thinking on his part, but the idea of a higher number makes people like Rev. Johnson come out in hives. And if you show him a picture of Sammy Davis, Jr., he wets himself.

“And it’s an indictment of America’s black community that has turned America’s major cities into slums because of laziness, drug use and sexual promiscuity.”

Johnson then agreed with another guest who said the success of Jewish-Americans “removes the argument of victimization from the black community.”

The first sizeable wave of Jewish people arrived in the U.S. in boats. The first sizeable wave of African-Americans arrived in boats. QED same difference lorem ipsum.

In the appearance, Johnson also argued that the left in America did not want black Republicans because “diversity is simply a cloak to hide a far-left Marxist globalist ideology that seems to undercut and undermine every principle on which this nation was built.”

Marxist globalists pushing diversity are not to be confused with the Good Jewish People who are rich and work hard. Until people like Johnson decide they’re getting too uppity and need to be put in their place. The CNN report also found that like a good little right winger, Johnson also adheres to the idea that all Muslims are terrorists.

“I never call it radical Islam, if anything, it is obedient Islam. It is faithful Islam.” Johnson said, in another appearance filling in as host on the Iowa radio program “Mickelson in the Morning.”

He continued, “Just in the same way that we talk about nominal Christians — and we never say that as a compliment — you’re either a faithful and committed Christian, committed to the teachings and the writings of the laws and profits and our Lord and savior Jesus Christ, or you’re just kind of wishy-washy.

All students of the New Testament remember when Jesus drove black people and globalist Marxists out of the temple, gave his Blessed are the bigots sermon and then performed the miracle of the bacon sandwiches to gross out any Muslims in the vicinity.

And of course there was quoting of his brown friend.

Johnson later stated that “Islam is not our friend” adding, “I agree with (conservative political commentator) Dinesh D’Souza, your friend and mine, who says all that Islam has ever given us is oil and dead bodies over the last millennia and a half.”

“It is not a religion of peace,” he said.

I’m surprised he wasn’t given a higher position in the administration. Say, chief volunteer coffee boy.

His non-apology was exactly what one would expect.

Prior to his resignation, Johnson apologized for his comments, telling CNN earlier Thursday: “I regret the manner in which those thoughts were expressed in the past, but can say unequivocally that they do not represent my views personally or professionally.”

Who among us has not had thoughts that don’t represent their views hijack their lungs, vocal cords and mouth so that they can leap into a nearby microphone? Except people who aren’t slimy little conservative douche weasels who have been caught being a little too slimy to keep their job.

And now, the punchline.

DHS Press secretary Tyler Houlton confirmed the resignation, which was first reported by The Hill, to CNN in a statement.

“Acting Secretary Duke has accepted Rev. Jamie Johnson’s resignation as Director of the Center for Faith-Based & Neighborhood Partnerships at DHS. His comments made prior to joining the Department of Homeland Security clearly do not reflect the values of DHS and the administration.”

To quote Bongo “Lies, lies, lies!”

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