Jason Johnson has developed into quite a man for his 36 years on this earth. He was born October 11, 1967 in Raleigh, North Carolina to an average, hardworking, Irish-American family. Jason makes it known that "Southerners are some of the nicest, most hospitable people you will ever meet in America." He also says that "It's funny how most Americans who have never even traveled to the Southern part of the United States constantly "stereotype" us with uneducated, racist remarks. That couldn't be...See more
Jason Johnson has developed into quite a man for his 36 years on this earth. He was born October 11, 1967 in Raleigh, North Carolina to an average, hardworking, Irish-American family. Jason makes it known that "Southerners are some of the nicest, most hospitable people you will ever meet in America." He also says that "It's funny how most Americans who have never even traveled to the Southern part of the United States constantly "stereotype" us with uneducated, racist remarks. That couldn't be further from the truth." After Jason graduated from high school in 1985, he got the "patriotic fever" and decided to attend military college in Georgia to become an officer in the U.S. Army. While he was attending military college he also joined the Army Reserves and entered the prestigious SMP-Program-Simultaneous Membership Program for active cadets seeking a commission in the military. Jason was just two semesters shy of being commissioned when he decided to pursue a career in the entertainment industry. Jason later said that "It was one of the biggest mistakes of my life."Although he was never commissioned he still went on to serve and train as an infantry "scout" at Ft. Benning, Ft. Knox and Ft. Stewart. He still supports our troops with a burning passion and says that, "Most Americans are lazy, spoiled hypocrites that take their freedom for granted. Everyone should serve in the military and get a taste of what our soldiers go through just so we can walk the streets of America in freedom everyday!" After Jason's "stint" in the service he decided to move to Miami Beach, Florida where he would go on to work in the entertainment industry as a show host (95-98) for the Miami Model Searchshow. He also actively worked as a voice-over artist on many animated projects in Miami as well as an actor and stuntman. After receiving his SAG-Screen Actors Guild card and studying drama and acting for many years he finally decided to call it quits in the entertainment industry due to it's "domination" of liberalism. Jason says that "If you are a Republican or have conservative views you might want to think twice about working in Hollywood or the entertainment industry. It definitely isn't a place for people who lean to the Right, that's for sure." Jason has always wanted to put his views and ideas into "book form" but could never find the time. After witnessing the "voting mess" and watching all the liberal, anti-Bush protestors out in the streets during the 2000 presidential election in South Florida (which happened just up the street from his house), he finally decided that the time for a book like Wake up America! was long overdue. He has a deep passion for literacy and history and makes it known that the utter stupidity that reigns in America today is downright embarrassing and disgraceful to him as an American! He also says that "Now the liberal Left (with the help of the ACLU of course) have convinced our children that wearing American flags, saying the Pledge of Allegiance or showing any form of patriotism for the U.S.A. should be outlawed because it might insult foreigners of different races and religions that are coming into this country." Jason also makes it known in his controversial book, Wake up America! that "These are the principles our country was founded on and if foreigners coming into the U.S.A. are offended by them, they can go back to wherever it is theycame from or learn to adapt. They should learn to speak our language. They should learn our laws and embrace our way of life, NOT the other way around! This is our way! The American way! I don't care how it was where they came from. If they loved their mother country so much then why did they leave in the first place... See less
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