Who is served by the Wall Street Journal promulgating and endorsing Whitlock’s sub-Breitbart-level takes in the paper’s prestigious pages? Can’t anyone see that the only reason Whitlock is taken even halfway seriously is because halfway-serious places and people keep pretending that he’s not a moron? Do they think that anyone who reads the paper differentiates between, say, a great reported feature from the paper’s respected sports section and this, an opinion-section column with no point or purpose other than calling Colin Kaepernick white? Are they okay with this? Does anyone working there have both the brains to realize how dumb this makes the paper look and the power to make it go away?
Gregg Valentino is one of the most controversial, yet popular bodybuilding icons, and is considered by some as the biggest bodybuilder ever. He holds the record for the biggest biceps in the world at 28". He started bodybuilding at the age of 13 and after over 23 years of training naturally, Gregg decided to experiment with steroids (and some say he's injecting Synthol). During this time, his arms grew from an impressive 100% natural 21" to an inhuman 28". After years of steroids injections, his body finally fought back—his bicep "exploded.” He eventually went to jail for steroid possession and is now rebuilding his life.