Charles Johnson’s New Definition Of Bogus Is Bogus; Update: RS McCain links to this post and Charles whines about it!

Charles Johnson’s Comment 23 was featured in an earlier post, but it’s worth further examination, given the content of his follow up ass-covering clarification just 38 minutes later.

Charles Johnsons Strong Feelings

In this case, Johnson was referring to the latest ballooning Obama Administration scandal (deploying the IRS as a weapon to thwart conservative groups filing for non-profit organization status). Why did he need to backpeddle? Because the facts are not bogus.

Even Little Master Rumpswab knows there’s more to the story, just like with Benghazi, Weinergate, Pigford, ACORN and numerous other stories that the Magical Jazzy Ponytail was completely wrong about. All those stories were initially declared as “bogus” in Johnsonville, and now Charlie needs to be careful because he’s been so wrong so many times his shoe soles sport permanent pecker prints.

Aside from that, Johnson’s re-definition of the word “Bogus” doesn’t exist. Here’s the Merriam-Webster Dictionary definition:

BOGUS Miriam Webster Definition

Neither is the word “Bogus” defined as “vastly overblown,” nor is there any synonym that remotely resembles the phrase. Sorry, Charlie, you don’t own definitions, but let’s adopt your version for now. What else (besides your bizarre obsession with Pamela Geller) have you declared as “vastly overblown” instead of “fraudulent?”

A link on LGF, ACORN scandal, Alexa rankings, Anti-AGW talking points, Anti-jihadist information, Anti-science nonsense, Ant-vaccination, Apologies for Limbaugh, Asia Times story on Russian ABMs, Ayers/Obama “Dreams Of My Father authorship, Benghazi scandal, CAIR’s legitimacy on PR Newswire, Captain Faris’s review of Ken Miller’s “Only a Theory,” Christian Network article, Climategate scandal, Comparisons between lynchings and Israeli government, Creationism, CSS code, David Goldstein’s “credence”, Discovery Institute textbook, Explorer Javascript error, Fair Tax Plan, Fairness Doctrine, Glenn Beck about Van Jones, GOP agenda, Hancock NY muslim training camp story, Hannity article on Islamic cells, Infowars article, International court / EU, Internet bot traffic on LGF, IRS scandal, Islamberg story, Javascript, Kathryn Cramer’s complaints to “Hosting Matters”, Koran story, Left-wing Global Warming promotion, LGF “virus checker” alert, LGF complaint, Malware alert, Mark Steyn article, MediaMatters story, Michael Behe’s work, Michelle Obama tape, Morally equivalent comparisons, Navy SEAL Somalia report, Obama birth certificate, Obama’s St. Louis pizza story, Patrick Michaels claims, Phoenix kidnapping, Pigford scandal,, Scientific results, Sharia Law in US stories, Soros-Hansen story on AGW, Stalker, Sun Times article, Tarball, Theo Spark article on Somali Pirates, Tiller’s abortion tally, USA Today story, Van Jones is a “Truther” story, Victimhood claims, Votes on internet polls, Websites, Weinergate, WorldNetDaily story,

Charles, you’re a petulant self-absorbed and self-contradicting pathetic #Rumpswab with absolutely no credibility with which to criticize anyone. You’re flopping around like a 60 year old banked carp, and both the left and the right are quietly amused. Congrats.

P.S. Your rigged LGF view stats counter is still as bogus as your Twitter image.

Update: Robert Stacy McCain posted a funny.

This Has Been a Rough Week for Charles Johnson

Update II: Charles now whines about RS McCain’s smack-down!

Charles Johnsons RSM Whine

Poor Charles, RS McCain is picking on him! Man up Charles. you talk garbage, people will call you out on it!


109 Comments on “Charles Johnson’s New Definition Of Bogus Is Bogus; Update: RS McCain links to this post and Charles whines about it!”

  1. Doppel milyo says:

    The Charles Johnson 48 hour rule

    Claim brilliance, then backpeddle, change the subject, and claim you were originally correct just in a different context. Then attack Pam.

    this happens within 48 hrs

  2. Doppel milyo says:

    “Charles, you’re a petulant self-absorbed and self-contradicting pathetic #Rumpswab with absolutely no credibility with which to criticize anyone. You’re flopping around like a 60 year old banked BLOBFISH , and both the left and the right are quietly amused. Congrats”


  3. trebob says:

    P.S. Your rigged LGF view stats counter is still as bogus as your Twitter image.

    Now THOSE are bogus! Perfect example for him Bri. 😀

  4. Pakimon says:

    Chunky pronounces bogus as “bog-us”

    • dwells38 says:

      This story is a sort of “beau-jous”, if you will. And now I must j’excuse myself for I have beshat my stretchy pants.

      – Chunky Boo Boo

  5. Arachne says:

    And yet, it would appear that they are not bogus – using either the convention or Johnson definitions. MarKKKos must have sent him an email telling him to keep up the narrative – an event that must have sent the Magical Jazzy Ponytail into spasms of delight. “MarKKKos does love me! He does!”

    Fool. And I mean “fool” as in “Charles Johnson.”

  6. livefreeor die says:

    Next up, Charles will redefine “scandal”, “impeachable offense”, and “Watergate”.
    Maybe he knows where Valerie Jarrett has been this week-of all the major people in Bammy’s world, she’s REALLY been off the radar over the past few days. I wonder why (cough-ring leader-cough).

    • Arachne says:

      No doubt fashioning her “plausible deniability in all this.” Because that worked out so well for Haldeman and Ehrlichman.

  7. […] Case in point: Diary of Daedalus catches CJ attempting to redefine the word “bogus” as &… so as to dismiss as false or exaggerated the accounts of how Tea Party groups and other conservatives were targeted by the IRS. […]

  8. Because Bogusity Factor says:

    Bogus (a) – nontroversyish

  9. garycooper says:

    penis penis penis lol
    penis penis penis lol
    penis penis penis lol

    Fatass is really, really fat. And ugly.

  10. trebob says:

    I think this is for Charles and his last four ‘nontroversies’.

  11. Voltaire's Crack says:

    Expect Pat Robertson to be the big story that Charles is going to bust wide open today.

  12. Because Let's try this again says:

    Bogus (a) – nontroversyish
    Bogus bogus (a) – bogus

    Like the difference between rape and rape rape.

  13. Voltaire's Crack says:

    I’m still stuck on the distinction he’s making. He says:

    I don’t mean “bogus” in the sense of “nothing to it” – I mean “bogus” as in vastly overblown.

    If anything, the phrases “nothing to it” and “vastly overblown” are much more similar to each other (synonymous, maybe?) than either phrase is to “bogus”.

    Old Man and the Pee (bottle) aside, Hemingway he is not.

  14. Because Beau Gus says:

  15. OLT's Hit Him With A Spray Bottle says:

    My youngest sister-in-law had a cat named “Bogus”. The little bastard peed/sprayed on a nice dress shirt of mine once. I had gotten a little sweaty at a club (hey, garycooper was not the only old man here that took the girls out for a good tine dancin’), and made the mistake of hanging it in her laundry area to air out. Made yellow-green splatters on my nice blue shirt. Kind of like what Stalker Charles does to the Internets.

  16. rightymouse says:

    Poor Chuck sounds a bit peevish today. You’d think he had bogused himself or something.

  17. Liz_Ardoid says:


    Nigerian President Declares State of Emergency in Country’s Northeast Region

    Terrorism • Thursday, May 16, 2013 at 4:32 am PDT

    Admitting Islamic extremists now control some his nation’s villages and towns, Nigeria’s president declared a state of emergency Tuesday across in the nation’s troubled northeast, promising to send more troops to fight what he said is now an open rebellion.

    President Goodluck Jonathan, speaking live across state radio and television networks, also warned that any building suspected to house Islamic extremists would be taken over in what he described as the “war” now facing Africa’s most populous nation. However, it remains unclear what the emergency powers will do to halt the violence, as a similar effort failed to stop the bloodshed.

    “It would appear that there is a systematic effort by insurgents and terrorists to destabilize the Nigerian state and test our collective resolve,” Jonathan said.

    Will CJ rush in and demand to know “Why is this anti-Muslim crap showing up at LGF?”, just like he did here…?

  18. WTFHappenedtoLGF says:

    The best part about Charles’s RS McCain whine? He claims he writes “articles.”

  19. Because Lulz says:

    • Medchemmer says:

      It’s funny how Chunk’s website is THE ONLY website that I have ever seen that requires fixes for a web browser to view it.

      His website was also THE ONLY website to cause Safari on my iPod Touch to crash…Every. Single. Time. I actually stopped visiting his site way before his crazed conversion because of this crashing issue.

      • St. Pancake says:

        8-10 years ago adding features to a website was a big deal since the web was new and evolving right before our eyes. A little geek speak about backend stuff was common.

        Now, people really and truly don’t give 2 craps. They only want the site to work and load QUICKLY and view it on their phone.

        Anybody doing tech, which was something people wanted, made their fortune or did something with their project or got into something. They moved on.

        It’s gratifying to see that liberal hippie still living in the past, like the total douche looser he is.

    • trebob says:

      (channeling Charles)

      I’ve posted at least three times explaining to you stalkers that the LGF tweet counter doesn’t count tweets, it counts each time one of my bots and I clicks the special link. You smear merchants just continue to distort and lie about my tweet counter and how it works.

  20. Adjoran says:

    The thing is, if you don’t agree with McCain or think he said something stupid or wrong, you can comment on his site without being banned. In harsh terms, too, as long as there is some point you are making, I’ve done it myself often enough to tick off half the other commenters.

    McCain can take it. I think it’s called “having cojones” – you know, those things that fall off after too much bike-riding in undersized stretch pants.

    • O. Nose! says:

      Of course! RSM can take it not only because he has cojones, but also because he has brains.
      The Chubster, who is in a state of perpetual doopitude, simply cannot form an argument on his own and therefore panics whenever anyone questions his cut-and-paste pronouncements.

  21. Summing Johnson up:

    Dr Ray Stantz: Everything was fine with our system until the power grid was shut off by dickless here.
    Walter Peck: They caused an explosion!
    Mayor: Is this true?
    Dr. Peter Venkman: Yes it’s true.
    Dr. Peter Venkman: This man has no dick.

  22. Because Racist Squirrel! says:

  23. Knight Rider says:

    Maybe McCain ignored the articles Chuck’s written because there aren’t any. Jon Stewart and David Byrne videos aren’t “articles” and frequent, unoriginal name calling doesn’t constitute “writing.” Freetoken writes more “articles” than Chuck.

    The blog content is not only a bit thin, but it’s completely dependent on youtube, Comedy Central, and Chuck’s ability to type “wingnut” and “bad craziness,” which seems to be about the only thing he IS capable of doing these days.

    • dwells38 says:

      It’s almost comical that he thinks McCain, who actually is quite a good writer would waste his time looking at his cut & paste propaganda and thin drivel restating (and often mistating) it. Esp. when there are so many other good writers blogging out there.

  24. garycooper says:

    You have to admit, his “Tech Notes” tweets are a glimpse into Futureworld. It’s not often you get to ride shotgun with the real life version of the mad scientist played by Christopher Lloyd in “Back To The Future.” I just hope he isn’t opening Pam-Dora’s Box, on purpose or by accident. Most likely the latter.

    “Doc, about the future…”

    “No, Freetoken! We’ve already agreed that having information about the future can be extremely dangerous. Even if your intentions are good, it can backfire drastically!”

  25. dwells38 says:

    Of course I knew this but now the science is settled!

    From Drudge:

    ‘Weaker men more likely to support welfare state, wealth redistribution’…

    • Because Science!!! says:

      “Scientists studied 12 beta-males at a blog named Little Green Footballs…”

  26. windbag says:

    Bogus, like Chuckie’s pronunciation of mil-yo.

  27. Voltaire's Crack says:

    The latest projection from Chito Protagonist

    122 Charles Johnson Thu, May 16, 2013 1:01:35pm



    #120 Bert’s House of Beef and Obdicuts

    North Carolina just passed a bill that openly violates the ACA. The Confederacy of Dunces is rising.

    The Republican Party is getting really bold about not wanting to follow the law. They don’t have the votes to repeal the ACA, and it’s popular enough with the public that they know it’s not going to happen, so they’re just throwing a massive tantrum.

    Unbelievably dysfunctional.

    • Because Milyo says:

      Heh. He said “dysfunctional”. Pronounced “dice functional”.

      • OLT' says:

        No, it’s “dicks functional”, which is why it’s not about the Dem Party or LGF.

      • Because Milyo says:

        Especially when they get to be 60. I don’t know if there’s a single functional penis penis penis lol anywhere in a room full of old progs.

        The donkey show peters out in the end.

    • Arachne says:

      I guess Clueless McButtpimple has missed all the polls – and I do mean ALL – that show the majority of Americans want it repealed. “Popular enough with the public” ? It’s popular with the unemployed government gimmee crowd on your blog, asswipe. Who did you poll? You and your two massive butt cheeks?

      Bogus dumbass. G

    • dwells38 says:

      I wonder if the dumbshit even read the book by John Kennedy O’Toole. The confederacy of dunces refers to when a genius appears, dunces join in confederacy against him. Is he saying Oblamer is a genius? If so then why is Obamacare a cluster fuck that drives up health insurance costs while driving out professionals and quality care? Maybe the confederacy of dunces are the retard commies who think Obamacare isn’t a tax but some special benefit from the Hope-y Change-y unicorn. Fuck off punk.

      • ISpeakJive says:

        Chunk does sorta remind me of the bumbling Ignatius J. O’Reily. In girth, anyway. He’s not nearly as smart.

  28. OLT' says:

    Because Pam, Pam Pam, Pam and Pam :
    I don’t think he’s gonna get anywhere near Pam’s or Dora’s boxes. Ever.

    Hopefully Boots can hold him off until Diego arrives.

    To rescue Stalker Charles from Dora’s rib-shattering revenge, I mean.

  29. Knight Rider says:

    Come on, Charles. We want to see you write an article about why you’re parting ways with Rachel Maddow and Chris Matthews, who have clearly succumbed to wingnuttery with their attacks on the pure-as-the-driven-snow Obama administration.

  30. OLT's Well-Beaten Meme says:

    Because Milyo :
    Especially when they get to be 60. I don’t know if there’s a single functional penis penis penis lol anywhere in a room full of old progs.
    The donkey show peters out in the end.

    To make sure it doesn’t peter out in your end, NEVER GO TO THE DONKEY SHOW

  31. Knight Rider says:

    Rest in Peace, Dick Trickle.

    • poteen2 says:

      No. Not Dick Trickle. One of the greatest names in pro sports is dead?
      Time to pickle Dick Trickle?

  32. equinelover says:

    You guys are funny.

  33. Arachne says:

    Hey guys, we all know how Chuckie has the Google alerts to tell him when folks on the internet are talking about him. Do you think he’s added “Magical Jazzy Ponytail” and “Fatass” to the search criteria?

  34. Knight Rider says:

    O. Nose! :
    Of course! RSM can take it not only because he has cojones, but also because he has brains.
    The Chubster, who is in a state of perpetual doopitude, simply cannot form an argument on his own and therefore panics whenever anyone questions his cut-and-paste pronouncements.

    I really wonder who he will get his talking points from now that Maddow & Matthews are expressing negative opinions of Obama regarding AP-gate and IRS-gate. I would feel sorry for him if it wasn’t so funny.

    • Arachne says:

      So they’re upset about IRS gate? Hmm…. I thought the press only cared about the AP scandal.

      • dwells38 says:

        I think they’re just exasperated. They’ve been trying to suspend disbelief for years now, thinking just a little more and they’ve got this guy as most super-neato President EVAH. And now they’re being asked to perform Herculean feats of doublethink. I think even they’re getting fatigued and running out of creative propagandist excuses.

  35. rightymouse says:

    Oh.My.God. IRS official who was in charge during the targeting of Conservatives/Tea Pary groups, now runs Health Care office. Excuse me while I go throw up. 😯

  36. Pakimon says:

    Chunky’s got his latest waddling orders from…surprise, surprise…TalkingPointsMemo

    Another stellar cut n’ pate job by one of the loyal imbecilic sycophants. 😆

    • dwells38 says:

      Way to go Chunky Boo Boo – way to generalize all people from the south as GOMER PYLES simply because you don’t agree with their politics. And all people from California are like a bowl of granola….what ain’t fruits and nuts is flakes. Aren’t guys with ponytails usually uh…less than…er traditional male types? Not that there’s anything wrong with it. Just sayin’. Since you’re into generalizing and all.

  37. Pakimon says:

    Having not gotten any attention with the first tweet, the fat-assed pony tailed Baby Huey of the blogosphere is compelled to tweet it again.

    What’s got the moonbats so worked up?

    Maybe this statement from Gohmert hit a little too close to the mark. 😆

    Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX): “If the AP story has taught anything it should be, to the media, that when there is a tyrannical despot, the media will be one of the early victims – you will be used as helpful savants for awhile, and then when you’re no longer needed, you will be pressured and put out of business as well.

    • Voltaire's Crack says:

      The chubster doesn’t even understand basic meme mechanics. The text should either represent the dialogue that Gohmert is uttering or the contextual message (e.g. “Tyranny!” [dialogue] or “No Respect for You Today” [contextual message]), or if one insists on including “Gohmert” as text it goes in smaller type in the opposite portion of the screen as the dialogue.

      dum’n, he is.

      • dwells38 says:

        Gohmert was president of his class at Baylor Law school and served as a defense attorney for the US Army. Chunky rec’vd a BS in bad guitar playing from U of Whocares (if any) and can’t even explain why he broke wind from the right and now smells bad.

  38. Voltaire's Crack says:

    A possible explanation?

    Men who are physically strong are more likely to have right wing political views

    – Weaker men more likely to support welfare state and wealth redistribution
    – Link may reflect psychological traits that evolved in our ancestors
    – Strength was a proxy for ability to defend or acquire resources
    – There is no link between women’s physical strength and political views

    Read more:

    Unfortunately, there were no questions about furry costumes and political views.

    • Because Milyo says:

      Something to do with penis penis penis lol? If you don’t have one that works, you want one redistributed to you. Something like that,,,,,

    • dwells38 says:

      What were the findings on men who wear ponytails. Wait, don’t bother.

  39. Because WTF? says:

    • Voltaire's Crack says:

      Where is that video where Beck beclowns Charles? (something about his primary credentials being a jazz musician)

      • ISpeakJive says:

        Nothing was funnier than Chunk thinking Glen Beck was killing a real frog. Good times….

  40. Briareus says:

    I see we got a nice little spike in traffic today. Probably includes the handful of emasculated lizards clicking through RSM’s post.
    Also nice to see the Magical Jazzy Ponytail throw a mid-morning tantrum minutes after he unstuck his big rump from the vinyl futon.

  41. Because Beau Gus says:

    Vastly overblown. Like Chuck’s counters.

    • garycooper says:

      His counters may be overblown, but the tiny lizard-penis itself is never blown. As in, not in the past 20 years or more.

      I think he could work for Bogustech, though. Looking over their site, they would appear to be a natural fit for Fatass.

  42. JimboXL says:

    I noticed Obama called in more Marines to save him from getting wet from rain than he did to save our ambassador and others from the Muslim murderers in Benghazi.

    • garycooper says:

      I had the same thought earlier today, Jimbo. I was thinking, “Wow, the Unicorn Messiah keeps a bunch of Marines around with umbrellas, to keep him dry, but he doesn’t bother to protect his ambassador and people stationed in a hostile war-zone.”

      I don’t care for this President. Can we get a new one?

      • livefreeor die says:

        Uh oh,Gary.
        You’ve insulted the One-start digging out those old charity receipts!

        What an insult to our men in uniform today. It just shows his utter disdain and lack of appreciation for the women and men who watch out for this country.

  43. Abu bin Bobby Hull's Terrible Hairpiece says:

    G. Cooper:
    Why the heck does Game 2 have to be on at noon, central time, on Saturday? I understand it’s for ratings $$$, but really? That messes up my planting schedule (big garden!) and golfing will take a backseat. Rats. I’d VCR it but some asswipe would spoil it by talking about the results. Hard to watch a 2hour+ game without spoilers. NE Illinois is geeked for another Cup run.

  44. St. Pancake says:

    You can’t make this stuff up!
    Definition of OVERBLOWN
    : excessively large in girth : portly
    : inflated ; also : pretentious

  45. Because Dude says:

    ICYMI and MILYO and BOGUS all that

    • St. Pancake says:

      It’s so EPIC that this is the lead on
      Are Afghan soldiers too incompetent to be on their own?

    • ISpeakJive says:

      He’s quoting CBS News about doctored documents? Really?

    • Pakimon says:

      What’s really “epic” is that Chunky is tweeting and retweeting 2 day old talking points that have already been run through the wringer and dismissed as WH spin.

      Of course the above B.S. was cut n’ pasted from TalkingPointsMemo by a sycophant who is engaging in some “epic” brown nosing of a the obese pony tailed Baby Huey of the blogosphere.

      MSM now figuring this out but of course, Dr. Johnson was already on this trail a few days ago.

      Better be careful, Heywood. Dork_Falcon and Gus are going to get jealous.

      Chunky’s ass isn’t big enough for three noses.

      On second thought, it actually is… 😆

    • Voltaire's Crack says:

      Bogus? Vastly overblown? Nothing to it? You decide.

      Either way, this latest gotcha was debunked yesterday. Yes, once again you are late and wrong Chumly.

      Excerpt from articles cited below:

      Though he didn’t see the original Rhoades email and was reporting off what a source told him the email said, Karl stands by his original reporting:

      I asked my original source today to explain the different wording on the Ben Rhodes e-mail, and the fact that the words “State Department” were not included in the e-mail provided to CNN’s Tapper.

      This was my source’s response, via e-mail: “WH reply was after a long chain of email about State Dept concerns. So when WH emailer says, take into account all equities, he is talking about the State equities, since that is what the email chain was about.”

      The other thing is that not all of the verbatim stuff is perfect. Wanna know why? Because they weren’t allowed to photocopy or keep the emails. They were only allowed to view them and take notes (talk about transparency).

      Per Karl:

      The source was not permitted to make copies of the original e-mails. The White House has refused multiple requests – from journalists, including myself, and from Republican leaders in Congress – to release the full e-mail exchanges.

      The differences in the two versions are being taken by some as evidence that my source sought to intentionally mislead about the extent of State Department involvement in changing the talking points. The version I obtained makes specific reference to the State Department, while the version reported by CNN references only “all of the relevant equities” and does not single out State.

      Jake Tapper realized he was playing the role of useful idiot when he received a single authentic (not transcribed from notes) email that had minor discrepancies. He then joined in a chorus with Karl to have all of the emails released. So far we have 100 pages but the 2.5 days are missing. Wonder why?

      more here:

    • Pakimon says:

      Chunky decides to quadruple down on stupid:

  46. St. Pancake says:

    This should be in its own breaking news post:

    Cheetos Brand Launches New Cheetos Mix-Ups Snack Mix – A Fun, First-of-its Kind Combination Of Unique Cheetos Flavors And Shapes All In One Bag—A-Fun-First-of-its-Kind-C03042013.html

    • Pakimon says:

      The Chunkster’s sycophants better start hitting that tip jar.

      The thought of all those new Cheetos delights just out of financial reach is going to drive Chunky into a frenzy of petulance and peevishness.

  47. Pakimon says:

    Chunky’s personal contribution of the day.


    I’d rather see a video like this:

    “Corpulent Pony Tailed Blogger Shares Cheetos with Sycophant; Then Bonks Him with The Ban Stick”


    “Corpulent Pony Tailed Blogger Shares Mountain Dew with Sycophant; Then Tells Him It Ain’t Mountain Dew in That Bottle”

  48. Bunk X says:

    Dang. I missed this!

  49. Marry says:

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    On this day,The Madrid court found Fuentes guilty of endangering public health and handed him a one-year suspended jail sentence.
    it is a long-term health issue.

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  50. […] Case in point: Diary of Daedalus catches CJ attempting to redefine the word “bogus” as “vastly… so as to dismiss as false or exaggerated the accounts of how Tea Party groups and other conservatives were targeted by the IRS. […]