The obsession Charles Johnson has for his namesake is actually creepy. But the truth comes out, why Charles keeps this twitter war going.
Charles is jealous that Chuck C gets mentioned and linked. When was the last time you heard the shut in and ignored guitarist’s name mentioned by prominent Progressives? Jealousy and envy lie at the root of the Twitter war of the Johnsons.
Charles Johnson fancies himself as true Renaissance man who has a powerful impact on the culture. Day after day he’s on Twitter believing himself to be fighting the good fight. He thinks so highly of himself, that he chooses to ignore people and even have them banned! He is the most interesting man on the internet!
(Hat Tip: kbdabear)
Fat, paranoid, incontinent, has-been blogger fears for his safety. Begs all five of his devoted followers to vote Democratic next monthPosted: October 20, 2014
The Man Who Would Be Relevant is living in fear that the Nazi sympathizers will keep the House and capture the Senate and then the next step will be – another AUSCHWITZ! Charles, what is getting creepy is your paranoid delusions so put on your Depends, then your jammies, drink a glass of prune juice and go to sleep. Maybe by tomorrow morning you can have your weekly bowel movement.
Charles goes on some anti-gun hysterical rant about people dying everyday due to guns.
Charles does not know anything about guns.
The unemployed welfare leech Gus tweeted this out.
What a loser.
It began with The Budget Control Act of 2011:
…enacted August 2, 2011, is a federal statute in the United States that was signed into law by President Barack Obama on August 2, 2011. The Act brought conclusion to the United States debt-ceiling crisis of 2011, which had threatened to lead the United States into sovereign default on or around August 3, 2011.
The law involves the introduction of several complex mechanisms, such as creation of the Congressional Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction (sometimes called the “super committee”), options for a balanced budget amendment and automatic budget sequestration. [wiki]
Charles (not the journalist) Johnson cites a New York Times editorial from July 2012, a piece that reads more like an anonymous letter to the editor, contains blatant fallacies and offers no sources to back up the disproven claims. (In fact, despite threats of massive numbers of government employees being layed off due to the Sequester, only ONE has been reported in all federal agencies.)
Oh, and Charles, who caused the debt ceiling crisis that spawned the Budget Control Act?
Charles (not the journalist) Johnson is a lying sack of, well, himself.
[Update: Yeah, we slogged back into The Swamp and found more lies.]
Charles really thinks Barbara Streisand is now an expert on budgetary matters.
I have no words for this stupid post by Charles.