Who Is 'John Roberts'? Nobody, That's Who
Asked to name the current chief justice of the Supreme Court, and given four possible names, nearly one-in-ten Americans (8%) choose Thurgood Marshall, despite the fact that Justice Marshall left the Supreme Court roughly 20 years ago, and passed away in 1993. In fact, very few Americans can name the current chief justice in a Pew Research news quiz; just 28% were able to correctly identify John Roberts. Another 6% thought the recently retired Justice John Paul Stevens was chief justice, while 4% named Sen. Harry Reid. A majority (53%) admitted that they did not know the answer.
You can read here how this shows why "the white progressive's burden" of helping the rest of America learn about John Roberts' evil ways is so time consuming. Because how can Americans know John Roberts is evil if they don't even know that he is the funny man who plays the vampire on HBO?