Charles attacks Newt Gingrich for criticizing anti-Mandela comments

There is no logic no reason to Charles Johnson. He has been bashing commentators on the Right who have criticized Nelson Mandela’s record. Therefore, you would think he would praise someone on the Right who denounces attacks on Mandela. Not in the Chuck’s twisted thinking world.

Charles goes after Newt Gingrich for being shocked at the anti-Mandela comments. The former Jazz musician then blames the former House Speaker for “indoctrinating” people to not like Nelson Mandela.

Newt is bad Newt is bad2

It never occurred to Charles that people have formed their own opinion of Nelson Mandela and were not “indoctrinated” by Newt Gingrich. Charles is so full of hate that even when people he hates agree within his viewpoint, Charles attacks them anyway.


77 Comments on “Charles attacks Newt Gingrich for criticizing anti-Mandela comments”

  1. Juan Epstein says:


  2. poteen2 says:

    After all, this is the same guy who was scheduled to speak at hate group leader Pamela Geller’s “Ground Zero Mosque” rally, the same guy who called Obama “the first food stamp President,” and the same guy who said Obama has a “Kenyan world view.” Among many other similar statements

    Unlike you, you goofy, fat sexually ambiguous twerp, he’s not wrong

  3. Juan Epstein says:

    Oh, and Newt, HE WAS THERE.

  4. Juan Epstein says:

    And “food stamp preezy” is out of line?


  5. Octopus says:

    We Are Everywhere. 😈

  6. dwells38 says:

    He still thinks that the “criticize a black man’s ideas = racism against blacks” meme is clever. That’s about the extent of depth to his thinking. Remember this guy’s major accomplishment was as a mediocre backup guitarist. Now he’s just a fat guy with a gay hairdo. He’s not qualified to comment on anything. Which is why his commentary is so horribly lame.

    • poteen2 says:

      “Gay hairdo” ?
      C’mon. You can accuse him of almost anything but having a ‘do. Not for at least 30 years./

    • Bunk X says:

      60+ year old school girl ponytails are not “Gay.” They’re just embarrassingly faggy.

      • Bunk X says:

        *faggy as in the Charles J definition of “bogus.”

      • Octopus says:

        Chunky is said to be experimenting with a new look, styled after One Direction’s Harry Styles. So far, the experiments have not gone smoothly. His chubby Indonesian houseboy was greatly alarmed by his first sight of the new ‘do, and fled the house naked. Local cops are used to this occurrence and brought him back home, wrapped in an emergency shock-victim blanket.

  7. dwells38 says:

    Everyone gives a deserved nod to Mandela’s incredible sacrifice, superhuman endurance and obvious fantastic leadership talent. No one denies the guy that nor his earned turn to be in charge. But having given those props it doesn’t mean I or anyone else necessarily must agree with every idea the man had, especially the Commie ones. But Chunk’s not capable of that kind of subtlety now that he’s a Communist propagandist. He must distort and lie disingenuously and avoid any honest discussion to prove his useful idiot worth. He’s pondscum, a term he used to use to describe leftist tools back when he was faking being anti-Idiotarian.

  8. dwells38 says:

    Jeez, I have this game recorded, but Drew Breez and co. have just beat the snot out of the Panthers unless a miracle happened in the last 6 mins. I like Cam Newton, Collinsworth’s man crush notwithstanding and after NO’s drubbing from the Seahawks last week I wasn’t sure what to expect. What with a scrambler athletic QB, similar to Seattle’s Wilson. Seems they’ve recaptured their mojo bigtime at home!! I think they were both 9-3 but the Saints at home are just too tough.

    Hey what’s with those weird spikey black streak lines that come out of the photos when they highlight a player. It’s like the weird evil goo that attacked Spiderman or something. Not getting it.

  9. Octopus says:

    Something else that occurs to me, as a major difference between Mandela and Fatass: Nelson was loyal to a fault, often to people who didn’t really have his best interests at heart. This was commented upon by his second wife in today’s “60 Minutes” report.

    Now, our Chunky is untroubled by any such character content. He has no integrity or loyalty whatsoever. He would stab his own mother in the back, and push her down the bunker stairs, if she drank the last Dew or threw out some stale Cheetos he was hoarding.

    • dwells38 says:

      Yeah Chunk’s particularly treacherous even for a Commie. Can you imagine him going to jail for 27 years on principle? He can’t even go 27 minutes without Tweeting his pea brained useful idiot regurgitated leftist pablum. He’s a real champion for human rights as long as it requires no real effort or sacrifice and only entails him shooting off his mouth and glaring down any challenges to his shallowness on his goofball propaganda blog

  10. Octopus says:

    Everyone who Chunky opposes is insane. Not wrong, or confused, or misled. Everyone is crazy, except him.

    As the psychiatrist told his troubled patient who had terrible conflicts with everyone in his life:
    “Maybe it’s you?” 😆

  11. Bunk X says:

    This is kinda fun. Start this, get in the groove,
    and while it’s playing click on with the sound off.

    • Bunk X says:

      Right-click the links above.

    • St. Pancake says:

      How much did Mooch Johnson beg Al Jarreau for? Maybe $50 to delouse the George Duke paid for VW?

      • Bunk X says:

        Apparently the 1994 tour was a big one. Everyone in the world came to see the oddity, the token white boy.

      • Octopus says:

        I remember that wildly-popular tour. Who doesn’t? It was everywhere, in all the papers and every TV entertainment show. Chunky was world famous in 1994, and featured in all the stories about Al Jarreau’s powerhouse jazz machine that year. Orange jumpsuits were flying off the shelves. Seems silly now, but I had one… 😳

    • Arachne says:

      I have to laugh at the silly Chunky gyrations. I saw another video of him and he was doing hair band motions that remind me of Beavis and Butthead.

    • Octopus says:

      That’s the kind of Al Jarreau I like! 🙂

  12. Doppel Milyo says:

    Al-Cheezeera :
    I think Chunky has the amazing ability to make things unpopular. Though I’ve never used “lolwut” in conversations, I definitely won’t now.

    he so wants to be cool

    like when he was an orange jumpsuit kind of guy playing with the “colored bands”. He thought he was the cooooooooooooolest white cat.

    but he was just a dorky white kid in an orange jumpsuit.

    now he’s a fat old man in a ponytail saying lolwut and dudebro and derp

    do the math

    • HaikuMan says:

      Righties can’t do math
      Cuz algebra or something
      And billions will die!

    • Octopus says:

      I did the math. Turns out, Chunky’s trapped in Algebra 1, in a painfully-awkward sophomore year of high school. Every day he gets a twitter-swirly. Tragic.

    • iSpeakJive says:

      Play that funky music, fatboy!

      • Arachne says:

        What YEAR was that video? Because Blubberbutt looks like he’s packed on a few lbs. since his “orange coverall” days – but we do know from the BlogWars documentary that he had shed the weight because (and let’s be truthful) he looks pretty good in that video.

        Looks to me like Chuck’s like a lot of us – prone to fat.

      • dwells38 says:

        That was ’94 and probably Jarreau’s last hurrah. Remember how popular he was in the ’80s with a string of hits? Then pop zigged toward hip hop while Al zagged along his breezy jazzy pop thing and he just fell off the face of the planet. I’ve seen him interviewed fairly recently and he still performs but presumably in small jazz venues.

  13. kbdabear says:

    Looks like Chunky had a spill reaching for the Mountain Dew

  14. Octopus says:

    The Knockout Game, which doesn’t exist according to the Left and LGF, led to a righteous conclusion in Lansing, MI not long ago:

    But remember, despite this kid’s frank discussion of how it works in his social set, the game is just an urban myth spread by white racists and Jooos to help spread fear of a black planet.

  15. OLT's It's Only Racist If White People Do It, OK, Haters? Geez! says:

    Who hasn’t wanted to kill some white people, just like Nelson Mandela?

    C’mon, fess up. See? Everyone feels that way. And let’s agree we can’t just abort them all; some of them are going to be born, right Lefties?

    I just don’t have a song to sing about it.

    • Because says:

      Does Obama count as white?

      • OLT's And Now I've Grossed Myself Out says:

        Obama is roughly 50% white, so he can hate that half as much as he hates his mother for dying and his grandmother for raising him as a rich white liberal douche.

        If he does hate 50% of himself, I’d say he’s still doing a lot better than the losers (and loosers) at the Swamp, half of whom are wallowing in obvious and desperate self-loathing, and the other half of whom are Stalker Charles.

        But you know what I think? I think if Obama could, he’d do himself. All night long, bang like a gong. I think we have plentiful evidence that Stuart Smalley has nothing on Obama when it comes to self-affirmation.

      • Because says:

        And that leaves Michelle to figure out Iceweasel’s thingamabob with Val. Throw in a couple of cats, and Weezy’s got a winner.

    • Octopus says:

      Whenever I’m feeling all “European” like that, wanting to kill a bunch of white mf’rs, I sing “The Horst Wessel” song. Good enough for Nazi Germany, should be good enough for anyone, I’d say.

  16. kbdabear says:

    Isn’t it one of Bike Boy’s rules that once a story you hysterically push is retracted, you’re a joke and a liar?


    UPDATE: Zimmerman’s Girlfriend Wants to Drop Charges, ‘Be With Him’…

  17. Octopus says:

    I don’t usually whine about the officiating in any sport, as it’s loser-speak in general, and tends to even out over time. However, when an objective bystander sees the same ugly calls as you did, and talks about it on a major media outlet, you have to take notice.

    Not saying the Lions would have won that game if those calls hadn’t been made, but they were both big momentum-changers at the time. The total collapse of Detroit’s run-defense in the second half would still have done the trick. That was shocking, given how great they had been all season in that department.

    • Pakimon says:

      I have to disagree with you on that one.

      While those may have been blown calls, I noticed a lot of holding non-calls that could’ve been whistled against the Lions and what about when Suh punched Foles in his throwing arm as hard as he could after the whistle was blown after a play in the 3rd quarter?

      Even the Fox announcers caught that bit of “sportsmanship” on the part of Suh.

      The big momentum changers were 7 fumbles by Detroit and McCoy rushing for 217 yards.

      Giving up 223 yards on 21 carries in the fourth quarter was the nail in the Lions coffin, not a couple of (allegedly) blown calls by the officials.

      Just sayin…

      • Octopus says:

        I think the Eagles still would have won the game, as they responded much better to the conditions in the second half than the Lions. I didn’t see the “non-call” you mentioned, but I suspect that I could find a few non-calls the other way, as Stafford got hammered a bunch of times. The Lions defensive Front-Two (Suh and Fairley) are pegged as evil mcfilthies now, and they will get tagged with some marginal calls.

        You can’t let teams gash you up the middle the way the Lions did, and expect to win any tough games. I was surprised to see that, as it hasn’t been the case all season.

        The two calls King focused on, you should look them up and see for yourself, on the youtube. They were “invented calls,” as he said. Not penalties, in any league I’ve ever known. It’s the timing that really matters, though — one kept a key drive moving, and the other gave the Eagles two key points, instead of nothing. They were important calls, in most games, but as I said, I still think the Lions were destined to lose this one, particularly in the 8-inch snow, with their passing game hampered and their Reggie Bush running-and-passing game non-existent.

  18. rightymouse says:

    He’s sooooo touchy! 😆


    And this.

    Why…you’d think RS McCain touched a nerve or something. 😆

    • Because says:

      Does he even remember the 1980s? Wasn’t he always stoned on Mt. Dew bong water?

    • Arachne says:

      I doubt you even knew who was President in the 80’s, kumquat. And you DID denounce Reagan.
      But seriously, no one’s retweeting about you to the other “wingnuts.” Because the other “wingnuts,” quite simply, don’t give a shit about you Blubberbutt. Not what you think, not what you write. You seem to think that all this is about engaging you and your opinions. It really isn’t.

      It is holding you up to national ridicule. We aren’t laughing with you like we’re all in on the joke. We’re laughing AT you.

    • Doppel Milyo says:

      was this before Reagan was anti-Mandela?

      Charles is consistent in one way: He argues whatever position is opposite to whatever person is getting more attention than he is

      he’s like a 3 year old who smacks his baby brother on the head because the baby got mama’s tittie

  19. rightymouse says:

    Bunk X :
    This is kinda fun. Start this, get in the groove,
    and while it’s playing click on with the sound off.

    BTW, the 2nd video showing CJ jerking like a spazz around reminds me of my cats before they yack up slimy hairballs.

  20. Bunk X says:

    Heh. Stacy “Mr. Prolific” McCain finds time to poke The Ol’ Suetbag.