YardBarker- Current Carolina Panthers defensive end Charles Johnson, a former teammate of free agent Greg Hardy, decided just recently that making a controversial comment publicly is more sensible than actually biting his tongue.
In showing support for his embattled friend, Johnson had this to say (via ESPN)
“He’s a good guy,” Johnson said this week. “He just makes bad decisions. I just hope he gets out there and finds a place so he can really prove his talent and show what he’s really all about instead of giving interviews to people about the situation.”
Believe it or not, I am actually all for this move. No, I personally don't think that Greg Hardy is a good person. I think that went out the window the second he literally and figuratively put a woman to sleep on a bed of semi-automatics. But guess what, it doesn't matter what I think! It's 2016 and it's no longer up to my discretion. We've got white people running around saying their African American, people with dicks winning 'Woman Of The Year'. It's not about what you actually are anymore, it's about what you identify as. Being the friend that he is, Charles Johnson just swooped in and identified Greg Hardy as a good person for him. Now it doesn't matter how many bad things he does. Nothing can jeopardize the loose, nonsensical title that his former teammate just gave him.
Don't call that girl a slut. It doesn't matter that she has a different dick in her mouth every day of the week, she's just an oral relief specialist. That guy's not a smoker. He only smokes when he drinks, just don't ask how often he drinks. The man stabbing a person to death on the street corner? Nope, he's not a murderer. He just gave me his card, it says 'Jesus' Recruiter'. Don't be silly. Bill Cosby isn't a rapist, he's just the world's worst bartender. That person that stole your wallet wasn't a thief, he was a collector of fine leathers. Good can mean bad and wrong can mean right as long as you play with the semantics enough. I guess that means Charles Johnson isn't a supporter of a domestic abuser, but rather a goddamn wordsmith.