Christopher “C. J.” Johnson is the youngest columnist on this website. He started interviewing celebrities when he was 10-years old and comments on sports, politics, current events and does movie reviews. He’s the former co-host of “The Legends of Inside Sports,” (YouTube) with legendary DC radio sports broadcaster and TV host Harold Bell. In his spare time, he is the Lead Guitarist for a band called The Courtland Experiment. You can also follow him on Twitter and Instagram.
One “round” in boxing is 3-minutes. In today’s fast-paced world, that’s enough time to keep you up to date with news and relevant information from a progressive point-of-view.
Round 1 with C.J.:
- Makes you instantly knowledgeable
- Is quick, easy and disseminates information that fits your busy lifestyle
September 12, 2021
In this episode of Round 1, C.J. discusses:
- Joe Biden’s Vaccine Mandate
- NBA Superstar Donovan Mitchell Disrupting the GOP’s Plans for Critical Race Theory
- Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s Claim That We Need A Big Strong Republican Party
I am the youngest columnist on this website. When I say young, I mean young. I started in this business interviewing celebrities when I was 10-years old. I comment on sports, politics, current events and I write movie reviews.
I’m the former co-host of “The Legends of Inside Sports,” (YouTube) with legendary DC radio sports broadcaster and TV host Harold Bell. In my spare time I am the Lead Guitarist for a band called The Courtland Experiment. You can also follow me on Twitter and Instagram.
From top to bottom (left to right): Photo #1: Here I am with baseball Hall of Famer Dave Winfield at the NBA All Star Game in Washington, DC. I was 10-years old. Photo #2: Here I am with former heavyweight boxer Biff Cline. I interviewed Biff when I was 14-years old at the Black Men In America.com office. Photo #3: Here I am with the legendary sports broadcaster and political activist Harold Bell in the Press Box in 2018 at the Capital One Arena covering the Washington Wizards. Photo #4: Here I am with Super Bowl XXII winning Quarterback and MVP Doug Williams at an awards ceremony. I think I was about 16-years old in this photo.