Twitter Bottom-Feeders Target Smirking Dad For Laughing At Dude Wearing Prom DressChris Menahan
Apr. 26, 2021
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Thou shalt not laugh at a man in a dress, so declareth the Twitterati.
This man can trigger libtards to have mental breakdowns just with the power of his smirk.
Kathy Griffin went ahead and doxed him to her 2 million followers.
Clout-chasing bottom-feeder Jacob Geittmann, who filmed the incident, is trying to get famous off it.
Geittmann, a college student, said his high school "boyfriend" wanted to "break the stigma around men wearing dresses" but Johnson oppressed him by making fun of him.
"KATHY😭😭 when I posted this I did NOT expect it to go viral to this extent but THANK YOU SO MUCH," Geittmann said, reveling in the prospect of his newfound fame.
Geittmann said he'll be "looking into" getting Johnson charged with a hate crime.
It sure is tough being an "oppressing minority!"
Johnson denied Geittmann claims and said it's all a hoax in a statement to Newsweek:
In response to a Newsweek inquiry, Johnson denied the allegations as "entirely false," saying the confrontation "wasn't anything personal or involving a dress," rather "about obnoxious, loud behavior by this group of teens."I reached out to Johnson for comment and he responded saying he was not following the teen boy in the dress but was walking towards the exit door to return back to his family and they were just both walking in the same direction.
"The door I was headed towards in the video led back to the table I was sitting at with my family," Johnson said.
"I was simply returning to my family at the restaurant, when they escalated the conversation with more foul and vile language and leading statements about what they thought I might be thinking, trying to get me to agree with their words," he said.
"They had been at the hotel/restaurant for an hour, causing a scene and being loud and obnoxious. I was perturbed that the management wasn’t doing anything to protect the rest of us who were paying customers with our kids present. These teens were only there to take pictures and cause a scene in our normally quiet town," Johnson said.
"I have been the target of an enormous volume of hate, threat and harassment since they posted that encounter to TikTok and Twitter. I've now been forced out of my job due to Visuwell's customers demanding my removal (mostly hospitals)."
Johnson's "Meet Our CEO" page was purged from VisuWell's website.
How many people could have imagined just a few years ago that in the future a man could get canceled for laughing at a dude in a dress?
What the hell type of system of governance is this?
We're living in the gayest dystopia imaginable. This system has literally zero redeeming qualities.
When are Americans going to get sick of this bull**** and demand majority rights?
It's long past time for Republican states like Tennessee to start passing laws barring companies from ideologically discriminating against workers by firing them for their political views.
There are now potentially hundreds of thousands if not millions of these clout-chasing, bottom-feeding scumbags looking to get rich and famous off antagonizing normal people just to trigger a viral response so they can claim victimhood status.
Geittmann here has a lot of similarities with Karlos Dillard, another bottom-feeder, who went around hunting for a "Karen" to destroy for social media fame.
We're living under a system that incentivizes organized harassment against normal white people everywhere and it's being facilitated by the most powerful tech companies in the world!
UPDATE: Johnson was terminated as VisuWell's CEO.
VisuWell put out a pathetic statement after caving to the mob and throwing their own CEO under the bus over an out-of-context 60 second video.
Nothing says "compassion" like firing your own CEO while he and his family are being inundated with threats from a virtual lynch mob!
UPDATE II: Sam Johnson speaks out!
[This article has been updated with comments from Sam Johnson.]
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