NAZIS! [Updated]

Hoft Tea Party 1

Only behind the fevered forehead of Charles Johnson (nestled in the damp darkness somewhere between his blank black bead-button eyes and his Magical Jazzy Ponytail scrunchie) could this photo be construed as a Pro Nazi Rally, but that’s precisely what he claimed while trying to smear Jim Hoft of Gateway Pundit.  What exactly is Hoft guilty of? Pulling a Breitbart.

Hoft responded to false accusations by the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) that Tea Partiers are a bunch of neo-nazis by offering a reward for proof. Jazzy went scooters.

Hoft Tea Party 2

Okay. So radical grampas and grammas and mommies and daddies are neonazis for wanting to prevent the IRS from becoming a US version of Germany’s SS.  Got it.  So what was Hoft’s “Monumental Fail” that Mr.#Rumpswab refers to? An honest clarification of obvious intent, caught by a Wonkette reader. Original version:
Hoft Wonkette 1
Revised version:
Hoft Wonkette 2

Hunh. That’s a “Monumental Fail” according to someone who is notorious for editing and deleting his own words and those of other years after they were posted on LGF,  who claimed he had nothing to do with nicknaming Rachel Corrie “St. Pancake”, who couldn’t identify the State Flags of either Tennessee or Ohio, who can’t tell the difference between a menu board and a laptop, who lied about Brevik’s Manifesto, who honestly claimed Anthony Weiner’s PeniePix as his own, who claimed George Zimmerman wasn’t injured by Trayvon Martin, who supports planting racist comments on rival blogs, who doesn’t know the definition of the word “bogus” or how to pronounce the word “milieu” and who’s been reduced to licking the fetid rump-pus-infections of a blogger known as Wonkette for liberal street cred.

Chuck, you’re a mess.

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Update:  The inane attack on Hoft continues. Here’s the pertinent part of the DSCC Request For Donations:

DSCC Tea Party Nazis 2

The unspoken insinuation is undeniably clear:
The Tea Party is a radical group comprised of neo-nazis.

Jim Hoft’s offer of a reward was poorly worded, but his intent was also undeniably clear:
Prove that the Tea Party supports National Socialism or STFU.
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[Update: Added “St. Pancake” to the list of lies, h/t Swamprat.]


84 Comments on “NAZIS! [Updated]”

  1. Minnow says:

    Contemplate the fact that this 60-year old douchebag has to contemplate what color scrunchie to wear.

  2. Pakimon says:

    Chunky is still seething about Hoft calling him out for approving of distributing graphic gay porn to schoolkids.

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2010/01/a-new-low-charles-johnson-now-supporting-child-porn-in-classrooms-fisting-kits-at-school-functions/

  3. Briareus says:

    Someone axed about long-time lizard “Occasional Reader” last week. https://thediaryofdaedalus.com/2011/01/11/lgf-karma-hall-of-fame-occasional-reader/
    Occasional Reader
    Registration #: 114
    Post-registration comment count: 58623, 9th highest
    Final karma count: 45612
    First comment: #60067, Oct 21, 2002
    Last comment: #7764065, Oct 3, 2009
    Text of final comment: “Later.”

    118 Charles Thu, Feb 26, 2004 12:37:23pm
    Here are the top 20 comment posters, although since we don’t really have registration here, those of you who change your name frequently don’t get counted as you should. (All I can do is match names to count the posts per user.)
    zulubaby — 17,925 CommentsColt — 8,019 Commentsploome — 7,674 CommentsCaton — 6,706 Commentsreaganite — 6,641 Commentsevariste — 5,891 CommentsGeepers — 5,335 CommentsJames — 4,955 CommentsAriel — 4,750 CommentsModel4 — 4,618 Commentsmommydoc — 4,284 CommentsSoCalJustice — 4,149 CommentsMr Pol — 3,879 CommentsRobert Crawford — 3,579 CommentsThom — 3,266 CommentsOccasional Reader — 2,989 CommentsCharles — 2,922 CommentsJ.D. — 2,744 CommentsDonna V. — 2,639 Commentsquark2 — 2,621 Comments

  4. Pakimon says:

    Next project for The Chunkster, an anti malware detector.

    Without pop up ads and malware, The Bog cash flow (what little there is) would dry up completely which would greatly hinder his Cheetos acquisition. 😆

    • Because Don Quesho says:

      Next project: a Nazi detector. He’s still having issues with the beta version going off when it sees a Tennessee flag. Oh, what the heck. Tennessee flags are Nazi, too. Done.

  5. Pakimon says:

    Rut roh!

    Some of you evil stalkerz have been peeing on Chunky’s Cheetos.

    He’s deployed his “Rodan Exposed” protective shield! 😆

  6. Pakimon says:

    ICYMI: Chunky deployed his protective shield again.

    Stop scaring off his followers you mean ol’ meanies! 😆

  7. JimboXL says:

    If you see a nazi sign then you probably see a union member or Dim or dim lib operative holding a nazi sign. This is the reality.

    It’s like with all these scandals, anyone with more intelligence than the average Dim who likes their McDonalds (so in other words, you know slightly more than you are a human and currently alive) knows that in every current BO scandal including the one where people died, the decisions all came from one man at the top. All of the worthless show hearings could be cancelled and the mountains of docs could be thrown in the shredder because the decision came from the top, people know it, they can feel it, 2+2=4.

    Same story here, people can sense the reality, a scorpion stings, the Dim machine lies, cheats, steals, frames and blames. The Tea Party rallies don’t have violence and from reports, the areas where rallies are held are respected and left in clean state. Plus the people aren’t dumb, they are probaly politically informed, and know there is a magnifying glass on them from the gubmedia complex, searching for the tiniest infraction. Factoring all this together, they’re going to openly support Nazis, and for no conceivable reason? It makes no sense, unless you’re a Dim voter who likes their McDonalds.

  8. Pakimon says:

    Heh, Just noticed the “pants on fire” tag on the Chunky illustration up above.

    I always thought it was Chunky cutting loose one of his infamous “brown notes” too close to an open flame. 😆

  9. I remember when anyone referenced, even vaguely or remotely, Nazis or Nazism, the so-called “Godwin’s Rule” was invoked. At this point, I truly don’t care about that ‘law’ in that [IMHO] the parallels to Wiemar are extraordinary and obvious — the comparisons usually have some degree of merit.
    What does bother me is when either camp makes the comparison, or accuses the other side of Nazi-oid or fascists tactics, that means that the displayer of such symbols or referencers makes them de facto Nazis.When the idiots on the Left made the Bushitler meme, we may have condemned the graphic, but we never called them Nazis or Nazi sympathizers. That the Left sees fit to call conservatives or Tea Partiers Nazis because of the use of Nazi symbology to make a point [however valid or not] is just plain hypocrisy.

  10. Octopus says:

    Chunky would be one of the few ass-toot observers to notice the underlying racism (nay, Nazism) of this small town parade. The rest of us can just enjoy the quaintness, the kids, the minor-level beauty queens, and all the rest of this great Americana. Beed, there are a couple of cross-dressers in there, towards the end — see if you can spot them!

    Happy Memorial Day.

    • rightymouse says:

      Excellent!
      Happy Memorial Day too! 🙂

    • dwells38 says:

      I’m at a parade with an actual brass band. So you know we’re getting ready to bust the white sheets and shwastikas. Chunks such pos

      • rightymouse says:

        We were at a marvelous parade yesterday, watching from the lawn of a friend’s house on the parade route. The homes and sidewalks along the route were packed with Nazis & their young children. It was extraordinary!!

      • Octopus says:

        I didn’t get to go to an actual live parade, but I will be taking one in on July 4th, Up North. There are always a couple to choose from, in nearby towns. I love those small town parades.

        We’re going over to Dad’s place to bbq and watch the Tigers and Red Wings. I’ve talked about his WWII service before in some detail, so I won’t do it again now. He’s been living alone in our old house since my Mom died a few years ago, and he’s suddenly taken a turn for the worse, mentally. One of the sharpest people I’ve ever known, he was once chief accountant for Chevrolet. Just turned 89.

      • rightymouse says:

        Bless his heart, Octo. Hope you have a good time today.

      • Octopus says:

        Thanks, ‘Mouse. You likewise. I know you’ll be tuned-in for the big hockey game, later. 😉

      • rightymouse says:

        😆
        Ummmm…I have yard work, laundry, dishes, kitchen clean-up, must deflea the cats, make beds, etc…no time for hockey, alas.

      • gizbot7 says:

        Watching that video, I saw four clear violations of MD law: Twirling of Batons – Risk of Injury to Minors; Lollipops – Sugar Kills; Hay – Allergies Kill Too; Religious Banners – Just Plain Offensive..

        Oh wait, there were five: Patriotism, and Lots of It -Unacceptable.

        All kidding aside, the video was great. I don’t get to see most of the things listed above because they are almost non-existent in my neck of The Peoples Republic of MD. Awesome to see there are still great people in this state and aren’t afraid to show it. 🙂

      • rightymouse says:

        And then I have to start working on dinner at around 3:00, because it takes a while to prepare. And then there’s shaving legs, some yoga, watering plants, polishing the silver…..

      • ISpeakJive says:

        Just let it go for a day and order in pizza! It’s a holiday!

      • rightymouse says:

        The local pizza place has crappy pizza. And I mean CRAPPY! 😦

      • Because Stoned Pizza says:

        Get yourself a pizza stone, and make it yourself. I make better pizza than the local joints. Speaking of joints, you gotta get the herbs right.

      • rightymouse says:

        I have a pizza stone. Never used it for pizza, tho. Should give it a try. The pizza around here sucks.

      • Abu oyliM says:

        I was a pizza stone denier, liked to put ’em right on the rack. Wife and daughter converted me. Open minded, yeah, that’s me.

      • ISpeakJive says:

        Fresh mozzerella and basil leaves are key. Don’t even bother with red sauce, just drizzle olive oil and red pepper flakes. Heavenly!

      • Bunk X says:

        I tried to make some slow-cooked pizzas once, but it didn’t work out.

      • Because Stoned Pizza says:

        What’s the LGF cookbook say about stoned pizza? Did they ever sell any of those?

      • snowcrash says:

        I want a pizza stone to use for making a pizza on the grill. Saw it on a Tv cooking show. Looked good and but more importantly, doable.

  11. Because Jazzy McPonytail says:

    Rand Paul just invited Chuck to be a wingnut:

    “The main thing is not to talk about me so much but about how to grow the party,” the senator told a press conference before the dinner.

    And that is what he focused on at the podium.

    “We need to be like the rest of America,” Paul told the gathering. “We need to grow bigger. If you want to be the party of white people, we’re winning all the white vote.”

    “But we’re a diverse nation,” he said, to a crowd that was almost entirely white. “We’re going to win when we look like America. We need to be white, we need to be brown, we need to be black, we need to with tattoos, without tattoos, with pony tails, without pony tails, with beards, without.”

  12. rightymouse says:

    How many low information Donks will bother to verify the blatant lies of the DSCC? Probably zero.

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  15. buzzsawmonkey says:

    If Mad King Yertle is looking for genuine Nazis, and not WWII re-enactors, he needs to start looking at OFA.

  16. Because Science!!! Or Something says:

    • ISpeakJive says:

      Hey Chuck! Randall spelled a word wrong. Tearing should be talking.
      That means his whole post is invalid. #chunkyrules

  17. Octopus says:

    “Climate Denialism”…:lol:

    Can’t they come up with a more-tortured label than that, for opponents of the failed AGW-theory? Come on, Proggies! You’ve got buttloads of English Majors over there, get off your lazy asses and do something, for a change.

      • Voltaire's Crack says:

        You saw that too. I reposted.

      • ISpeakJive says:

        Did you know that an AGW believer and a denier can both drive identical cars to the market and only the denier’s carbon will warm the earth? Yes, its magical that way.

    • Voltaire's Crack says:

      Interesting article by Judith Curry. It’s fascinating to observe her evolution over the years. Starting point of the article is that Obama has a list of ‘deniers’ from Congress targeted on his website. Dr. Curry takes a look at what these people have actually said about climate change (surprise, it’s not how it’s been characterized by POTUS) and adds her own two cents.

      http://judithcurry.com/2013/05/27/president-obama-calls-out-the-climate-change-deniers-in-congress/

      A portion of her comments:

      The number of ‘deniers’ in the House of Representatives and Senate are less than 25% of the total. And at least half of these do not hold irrational positions (by my judgment anyways) on the climate change debate. And many of these support cleaning up the environment and an energy policy that includes renewables, independently of their views on climate change. Blaming the lack of a sane U.S. energy and climate policies on climate change ‘deniers’ in Congress does not seem convincing. President Obama’s labeling of these individuals as deniers (particularly those with rational positions) only serves to polarize the situation. This does not seem like good politics to me.
      .
      The factors that seem to contribute to the ‘denialism’ of these Congressmen include:

      Climategate and distrust of climate scientists
      Claims of ’settled science’, which are not convincing
      Failure to address the issue in a convincing way of how much of the recent warming is anthropogenic (beyond the fuzzy statement of ‘most’)
      Backlash against ‘alarmism’
      Lack of convincing evidence that ‘warm’ is ‘bad’
      Dislike of cap and trade

      If President Obama and the consensus scientists focused more on these factors, rather than continued efforts to convince that there is an overwhelming consensus and labelling anyone who disagrees as a ‘denier’, well then maybe some sanity could emerge on energy and climate policy.

  18. Athos says:

    Jazzy has taken LGF into far deeper sewers than even Indymedia or DU ever trolled….

  19. Abu oyliM says:

    Octopus :
    I didn’t get to go to an actual live parade, but I will be taking one in on July 4th, Up North. There are always a couple to choose from, in nearby towns. I love those small town parades.
    We’re going over to Dad’s place to bbq and watch the Tigers and Red Wings. I’ve talked about his WWII service before in some detail, so I won’t do it again now. He’s been living alone in our old house since my Mom died a few years ago, and he’s suddenly taken a turn for the worse, mentally. One of the sharpest people I’ve ever known, he was once chief accountant for Chevrolet. Just turned 89.

    Great thanks to your father for all he has done for our country! Plus he gave us you!
    Kidding aside, enjoy the day and make sure he knows how much you love him.

  20. Because Stoned Pizza :
    Get yourself a pizza stone, and make it yourself. I make better pizza than the local joints. Speaking of joints, you gotta get the herbs right.

    Pizza. Stoned. Herbs.
    *those were the days …*

  21. Bunk X says:

    The Swamp has a Memorial Day thread up. The lizards were getting all reverent and shit, and then this happened:

    12 Montysano Mon, May 27, 2013 9:04:07am
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    On Memorial Day I always find myself conflicted. Yes, I stand in awe of those who gave their life and/or limbs in military service. But I’m troubled by the thought that they died “defending our freedom”. When was there ever an existential threat to the USA? Possibly WWII? In all other cases, we went to war because we decided to, not because we were attacked, or even threatened with attack. So I have a hard time honoring wars of choice, and our current state of political rhetoric makes it almost impossible to separate the actual war from those who fought it.

    Also: if there’s a cheaper, less meaningful way to honor the military than going for a ride on your Harley, I’m not aware of it.

    • Bunk X says:

      21 ProTARDISLiberal Mon, May 27, 2013 9:34:41am
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      To revive the thread, I will note that I made my first edit to Wikipedia in a little while.

    • snowcrash says:

      Are we guessing? I go with Columbine.

      • ISpeakJive says:

        Or the Irish Potato Famine. I hear there’s important new research on that very topic!

    • doppel milyo says:

      hey cunt fart,
      we honor those that fought and died, not the people that sent them

      now please pour gasoline on yourself and strike a match and fuck off

    • livefreeor die says:

      The stupid has been especially strong at the Swamp lately. Is anyone over there capable of abstract thought?

  22. snowcrash says:

    Look how Johnson tries to characterize Ken Cuccinelli in his tweet. Hilarious. Cuccinelli has degrees in engineering and law. He’s universally hated on the Left for his opinions on health care, immigration and the EPA. The anti-science slam is hilarious. Anti-science. hahahaha. He’s probably has had his taxes audited several times.

  23. doppel milyo says:

    Charles,
    Don’t hassle hoft

  24. Because There's a Windmill in my Beard says:

    ISpeakJive :
    Hey Chuck! Randall spelled a word wrong. Tearing should be talking.
    That means his whole post is invalid. #chunkyrules

  25. Ouch! says:

    Even kissing Johnson’s ass couldnt save him..

    163 EdEncho
    5/27/2013 3:32:34 pm PDT -17downupreport

    I mean really, that’s the difference. A pack of talentless sycophants gathering around a decent blogger like Charles, it smacks of Marcos Moulitsas Zuniga and his idiots whacking down anyone who dares to have their own minds. They smack their delete keys like they are truncheons as they police “trolls” who are really anyone who isn’t drinking from their particular vat of Kool Aid.

    Hell, I tried, I am disgusted with the left, hate the racists and teabaggers and just wanted to try to find a place populated by people who actually bothered to think and weren’t mentally shackled by partisan dogma.

    I chose this place because the scum right-wing went after Charles Johnson after he denounced him, my bad.

    He should just rename the blog Little ORANGE Footballs.

    Anyway, fuck you all, you have ZERO talent outside of Mr. Johnson and you deserve all of the scorn that is heaped upon you by the Nazi douchebags that you used to run with.

    Just my two cents

    EE

    And Charles replies…

    285 Charles Johnson
    Mon, May 27, 2013 4:27:30pm replyquote 6downupreport

    re: #163 EdEncho

    And with that, I must bid you adieu.

    😆

  26. ElSuerte says:

    Have any of you guys seen the Amy’s Baking Company episode of Kitchen Nightmares yet? If not, then you should. It’s the restaurant version of Little Green Footballs.

  27. swamprat alert says:

    admin;

    you left out the claim that charles never said “st pancake” even though there is strong evidence that he did

  28. swamprat alert says:

    Thanks, Briarieus Rabbitieus!