No, not peak wingnut yet
Not when there's still room for John Stossel to pop off with some douchey goodness:
STOSSEL: because private businesses ought to get to discriminate. And I won't won't ever go to a place that's racist and I will tell everybody else not to and I'll speak against them. But it should be their right to be racist.
Oh, and better yet - he actually had the 'nads to argue that the government should actively work to protect business that decides to be racist:
But Stossel didn't just argue for the right to discriminate. He went a step further, suggesting the "public accommodations" section of the Civil Rights Act should be repealed, thus allowing businesses to practice racial discrimination. This is the section of the law that prohibits a lunch counter from refusing to serve African-Americans -- a practice which was commonplace when the law was passed.
The government, Stossel says, should be protecting the rights of businesses that want to discriminate -- not the rights of minorities facing pervasive discrimination.
Hopefully this will inspire a movement to discriminate against "being John Stossel". After all, he says he'd have no problem with it...