The Bounty Hunter Says ‘Little Hitler… That’s Strange’ Stole the Election – Deadline

At the weekend’s evangelical Christian “Open Heaven” conference, reality TV star Duane “Dog the Bounty Hunter” Chapman — whose last show before ever airing was canceled due to new allegations of racist and anti-gay comments — showed attendees Presented by the political assessment of the 2020 elections as well as the stark prediction of the November midterm elections.

The conference describes itself as a “multi-day event where God’s prophetic heart and supernatural power are revealed to the attendees.”

It was allegedly in this spirit that Chapman said he asked God, “Why did you let this stranger steal the election?”

He said he got his answer in the parable of Jesus healing a blind man to show the power of God. Chapman then connected the biblical story to the 2020 elections and the midterms.

“Yes, he stole [sic.] It is – little Hitler – because now we will show you the transfiguration of God. ”

After a costume change, the frequent Fox News guest appeared again on stage to embody his prophecy.

“Wait until November,” he told the audience, “the Republicans will wipe them out.”

The current poll indicates otherwise.

Chapman then went on to repeat the repeatedly disproved notion that the ballot boxes were stuffed into the 2020 election. The reality TV star followed suit with an unchrist-like idea about the man he called “Little Hitler.”

Hitler committed suicide. And do you know why? Because he got caught and you know what’s going to happen? They will catch these cheaters. And I don’t say with my tongue or my mouth that he will commit suicide – but you never know.”

This isn’t the first time Chapman has been used or accused of using extreme language to describe those he disagrees with. Besides squabbling over his latest show and allegations from his daughter Bonnie last year that he used the adjectives, the bounty hunter was suspended for months from his popular A&E show in 2012 after a tape of a private phone conversation with his son surfaced in which he repeatedly used the N word. Last year, Chapman explained his reasoning and mentality to Entertainment tonight.

“I’ve never been a racist,” said the reality TV star, referring to his Native American heritage. Then he got into the details.

“I thought I had a permit in the Black Tribe to use it [the N-word]kind of like Eminem,” Chapman said.

“I had just gotten out of prison in 1979 after spending 18 months in Texas and it was probably three-quarters of the black tribe. So that was a word we used to and fro maybe as a compliment.”

He continued, “My pass for use has expired but no one told me that. Saying a racist name does not qualify you to make you a racist.”

When ET Host Kevin Vasier, who is black, responded that using the word is indeed a racist act, to which Chapman replied, “I have more black friends than Eminem.”

This defense, of course, has been debunked by The New York Times and many others as “an acronym for weak denial of bigotry” and/or a “cover for racist statements or actions.”

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