Roger Nicholson accused Infowars of being insensitive to Boston victims yet jokes on video about people being blown up
Paul Joseph Watson
May 2, 2013
A man who attacked Infowars as being insensitive to the Boston bombing victims during a guest spot on MSNBC appears in a YouTube video in which he jokes about killing homeless people and prostitutes while laughing at Iraqis being blown to pieces.
Boston resident Roger Nicholson appeared on MSNBC last week with Martin Bashir to discuss his confrontation of Infowars reporter Dan Bidondi, during which Nicholson accused Bidondi of creating offensive “show material” which was insensitive to the victims of the Marathon bombings by doubting the official narrative behind the attacks.
During the interview with Bashir, Nicholson portrays himself as someone deeply sensitive to victims of violence, yet in a separate YouTube video he strikes a somewhat different tone.
“There’s homeless people with signs around their neck and you can just shoot them, it’s really funny,” said Nicholson during what appears to be a public access-style TV show.
He also makes light of murdering prostitutes, remarking, “This is what I do when I’m not working and I’m trying to unwind and decompress, I have not killed a hooker yet with that method with a molotov cocktail…but you should come and play it’s a lot of fun.”
Watch the clip below.
Nicholson then labels genuine helicopter gunship footage of Iraqis being machine gunned to death as a “great video game”.
“This is not real, these aren’t people,” snides Nicholson as he laughs at the sight of a man being blown to pieces.
“Do you see this right here, this is what used to be a person….now look at him, he’s a wet spot on the side of the road,” remarks Nicholson, adding, “I don’t know why you can’t just laugh at that and get all upset and all weepy.”
Nicholson then seems to find it hilarious that US troops are now having deformed babies as a result of being exposed to depleted uranium.
Even Nicholson’s co-hosts appear uncomfortable with his abhorrent rhetoric and insist that the video clip is not a laughing matter.
While Nicholson claims Infowars is hysterical and has become “the Westboro Baptist Church of journalism,” simply because it challenges official narratives on contemporary events, Nicholson himself engages in the most vile and offensive rhetoric, not only joking about murdering people, but flagrantly laughing at victims of war and people being blown up, just as the Boston Marathon victims were.
After his MSNBC appearance, Nicholson featured as a guest on Infowars Nightly News during which he miserably failed to explain the clear documented history of the FBI’s involvement in domestic terror plots.
Nicholson also expressed his vehement support for drone strikes, or “whacking evildoers” as he labeled it, despite the fact that 95% of the victims of drone strikes have been innocent civilians, hundreds of them children.
Nicholson comes across as a horrendous excuse for a human being, someone who openly lauds death and bloodshed, which makes the mainstream media’s penchant for inviting him on as a guest to claim Infowars is insensitive all the more ludicrous.