So what's the matter, buddy? No answer for your nonsensical insistence that someone you've never met can't be ENTJ based on less than a paragraph of information?
Aren't you the one always prattling on about how types are preferences? How is it that you think you can pinpoint the type of someone you've never met based on knowledge of two individual actions? Surely you don't think this constitutes enough data to describe his overall preferences?
No, I'm sure you don't. You've just run out of answers because your only rationale for insisting that these people are not ENTJ is, "Boo hoo I hate being associated with that kind of stupidity."
HINT: There's no MBTI type immune to stupidity and irrationality.