Rex Chapman Seems to Be Implying Something Because Clarence Thomas Doesn’t Go to NBA Locker Rooms

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Former CNN+ host Rex Chapman went on a strange Twitter tirade focused on Justice Clarence Thomas.

As Fox News and others have noted, it appears Chapman set out to make the case that Thomas is a “black white supremacist.”

During the cry for help, Chapman aimed at interracial marriage by posting photos of Thomas and Republican Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron next to their white wives:

Chapman then shared a video from a 2018 graduation event at Christendom College in which Thomas posed with the son of late Justice Antonin Scalia and other white graduates.

“Not another person of color in the picture,” Chapman notices.

And then, Chapman bizarrely questioned how long Thomas could last in a majority-black NBA locker room.

So Chapman, a white guy, is questioning Justice Thomas’ blackness for having white people in his life. You could call that racist, or desperate at the very least. And we know the latter accurately describes Chapman at this stage in his “career.”.

You see these tweets and question if there is something seriously wrong with Chapman. And maybe there is. But know that he’s also trying to fit in with the social justice crowd.

As we explained in a column Thursday, the Left has made Thomas the latest “boogeyman” following the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.

In short:

Progressives cannot go to battle without creating an antagonist, whether it’s COVID, a Florida bill, social media censorship, or nationwide abortions. And Thomas is the subject of the latter.

The Left chose Thomas for this role because it wants to destroy him. He’s a disruptor, a living contradiction to what they preach. He’s proof that the traditional beliefs he protects do not harm black Americans. Thomas also normalizes often ostracized worldviews.

Thomas is a threat to the Democratic party and media, and thus this group’s efforts to convince us that he’s the latest grave danger to humanity.

Fear is contagious. There’s an allure to participating in a takedown of a living monster, as they have made Thomas out to be. Fear attracts participants who would be otherwise indifferent to the cause. 

You can read the full piece to better understand Chapman’s obsession with Thomas below:

Rex Chapman is following the lead. He is Keith Olbermann but less creative.

“Bill Clinton used to come to our games in Landover with the Bullets. Clarence Thomas – never,” Chapman concludes.

Get help, Rex.

Written by Bobby Burack

Bobby Burack is a writer for OutKick where he reports and analyzes the latest topics in media, culture, sports, and politics..

Burack has become a prominent voice in media and has been featured on several shows across OutKick and industry related podcasts and radio stations.


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  1. Clot chasing blue check mark who is racist but no one in the blue check mark brigade will check him on it. But that’s how society, media, and social media is these days. Don’t agree with them call them a racist.

  2. Progressives just being their typical racist selves. How dare a black man not conform to their rigid racial stereotype they have carefully constructed. He must be a “black white supremacist,” which might be the dumbest phrase the party of tolerance loves to repeat.

  3. Rex, like many white liberals, believes he owns the thoughts and minds of all minorities; therefore, when one gets “out of line” he is quick to let them know they need to get back in the fold. He is a classic racist, but projects it onto others instead.

  4. If anyone needs a new I-Phone….Rex is the man to see…..

    “Video surveillance captured former University of Kentucky and Phoenix Suns guard Rex Chapman stealing on nine occasions from the same Apple retail store in north Scottsdale, police records show.
    Chapman was arrested Friday on suspicion of shoplifting more than $14,000 in merchandise, including multiple headphones and a hard drive, according to the documents released Monday.
    Police said that within days of each incident, Chapman would visit the same Scottsdale pawnshop near Scottsdale Road and Shea Boulevard and sell the stolen merchandise for less than half of its value.
    Investigators requested a $25,000 bond for Chapman, citing his work as a sportscaster who “travels all over the country for his job,” according to police documents.”

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