“keyboard warrior”

Putin punked Obama today by sending Russian troops to occupy the Crimea despite being warned. Charles always rising to defend his god-king, claims that Righties want war.

I checked Twitter and several prominent Right leaning bloga. Nowhere did I see anyone wanting a war with Russia over the Crimea. Most of the criticism was that Obama is not respected in the world. Charles once again is making facts up to smear the Right.

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101 Comments on ““keyboard warrior””

  1. LOL

    Johnson never takes his keyboard warrior gear off:

    1. Special ultra-thin skin –check
    2. 10 year-old, 100 lbs lighter mugshot avatar –check
    3. Special block and report twitter keyboard macro –check

    Yep, he’s always ready to throw down!

  2. Octopus says:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2570335/Former-British-Ambassador-Moscow-warns-Russia-invaded-Ukraine-difficult-avoid-going-war.html

    This is very serious, and Fatass wants to play his usual blow-Obama-blue game. He just isn’t a serious person. Serious, you guys. 😉

    It sure is funny to watch Chunky the erstwhile Islamafascist Fighter playing the chickenhawk card about the Right, when nobody on the Right wants any part of a war with Russia. Talk about “misled.” 😆

  3. Minnow says:

    Of course, this is all the “Right Wingers” fault…. after all, they have had their President in office for five years now Barry…. you know, doing nothing but fucking up the country with all of their “right wing” shit…. earning respect and adoration in the eyes of the rest of the world…. Barry.

    You stupid fuck Barry.

    But, don’t let the facts get in your way…. any minute now, every news agency will be pounding down your door asking for you to explain the world to them because you are so cutting edge and hip.

    Hahahahahhaahhahahahahaaaaa….

    Barry…..

    Go eat something you washed up moron.

  4. Abu says:

    Tonight on Hardball with Chris Matthews: Charles Florist Johnson of LGF, brought to you by Cheetos.

  5. PeteP says:

    Charles Johnson is the ultimate keyboard warrior and the ultimate coward. He would never have the guts to face his targets face to face, even if they were outside his gated compound. All his insults and libels are done from behind the safety of his keyboard.

    • dwells38 says:

      I’m convinced one of the reasons he “broke” with the right is because it’s a lot safer being an insulting dick to sane and civilized Christians, conservatives and the GOP. Much more so than say, Muslim savages completely serious about killing someone for their views and words. Or radical Marxists truly hell bent on silencing free thought and speech.

  6. Doppel ICYMI says:

    Charles will cut you
    then he will paste you.

    then he will retweet you
    and then he will ICYMI you
    then he will block and report you

    watch out. when his man tits are onto you there is no hiding from him

  7. rightymouse says:

    Fox news poll:

    Q: Should the US be doing more in Ukraine?
    27%Yes.
    44%No.
    29%Not sure.

    • Octopus says:

      Girl, I’m so happy to be down here basking in the warm sunshine like a lizard (pre-2008 model), I’m considering doing a vlog from the ocean like Pamela G. Next five days, nothing but sun and 80’s in the afternoons. And people are freezing to death, in Detroit. Billions will die!

      It’s so nice, I actually feel guilty, especially when I read that article you posted. Those poor people! And Poor George, who sent us a pic of himself wallowing through the snow in the backyard, looking for…something. His family? Spring? A bone? It was too sad, so I deleted it. Now I’m happy again, like Pharrell! 🙂

      • rightymouse says:

        It’s 35 degrees right now in our neck of the woods. Temps are expected to plunge again tomorrow along with more sneaux. Dammit. 😦

  8. rightymouse says:

    Charlie’s just pissed because Sarah Palin called the Russia/Ukraine mess 6 years ago.

    http://twitchy.com/2014/02/28/someone-has-a-case-of-the-sads-editor-who-dismissed-sarah-palins-russiaukraine-prediction-whines/

  9. Juan Epstein says:

    Has he signed up for ObamaCare yet?

  10. trebob says:

    PeteP :
    Charles Johnson is the ultimate keyboard warrior and the ultimate coward.

    Nailed it! From the second bedroom of his 1500 sq ft condo in a gated community, banning from his blog those that disagree with him, blocking those on twitter that tell him he’s a twit, too afraid to go out for a cocktail party or even a restaurant anymore. Charles is the paradigm of a keyboard warrior. Nazis at every corner, racists in every shadow, libertarians falling from the sky. The only one that comes close to his cowardice is Gus.

    But, everyone needs a theme song:

  11. Macker says:

    I can only imagine the laughing going on around the world at Обама…especially in Russia, Ol’ Pooty may have a pet name for him: “Глупый Негр!”

    • rightymouse says:

      Well, Hillary did set the stage with her failed “Reset” button. It’s been downhill since then.

  12. Octopus says:

    On a seriouser note, it does seem possible that Obumbler’s incredibly inept “leadership” could end up encouraging the little tinpot commie-apparatchik to invade Ukraine, and force a military response from the West based on Clinton’s treaty with that godforsaken country.

    I guess it wasn’t enough for Naked King Hussein to ruin us economically…he’s after the smoking rubble, now. At least Fatass and Gus will have to get off the internetz, after the electromagnetic pulse. Catch some rays, outside. Don’t forget your sunglasses, guys! 8)

  13. rightymouse says:

    CU l8r, h8rs! I gots peeps to see & things to do. 🙂

  14. Doppel ICYMI says:

    bumf

  15. trebob says:

    Can anyone explain to me why if someone takes a penny from a source that Charles and Gus finds offensive, then the entire enterprise is labeled as bad and not to be taken seriously because all monies are fungible, BUT Planned Parenthood claiming separating tax monies from private donations to fund abortions is totally cool and people who might be offended are misogynist loons?

    • iSpeakJive says:

      Exxon makes $5 billion a year in profit.
      The Federal Gov’t makes $50 billion a year profit off student loans.

      These guys want to monetize evil? Who’s the bigger devil?

  16. Because says:

    rightymouse :
    Yep. Patrick Moore said that and Media Matters immediately freaked out with smears.
    http://mediamatters.org/research/2014/02/27/who-is-patrick-moore-a-look-at-the-former-green/198266

    Moore’s been off the reservation for a while now.

  17. dwells38 says:

    Another day, another blanket generalized insult from the biggest hypocrite troll on the internet. Hurled for what reason? Oh right, just to show what a shitheaded dick he is. Bravo Fat Boy!

  18. Octopus says:

    Lena Dunham fits into a bikini better than you fit into society. I am not posting a pic from the episode I recently saw, where she was running around a Hamptons town in a bikini. This is a family-friendly forum.

    • iSpeakJive says:

      What kind of upbringing must she have had to expose herself so unselfconsciously like this? It’s really remarkable. She must have been raised by nudists. Fat ones. *shiver*

      • Octopus says:

        Have you ever seen photos from inside nudist resorts? Apparently, being so free takes a heavy toll, with the gravity and whatnot. It’s not a good look. The vast majority of humans look so much better with clothes on. And I’m still pretty sure there’s a lot of creeps there, sneaking pics of naked kids. Just seems inevitable.

      • kbdabear says:

        Lena’s daddy is hippie pop artist Carroll Dunham who draws bizzare sexual cartoons with outsized vajays

        Here’s his web site .. NSFW

        http://www.carrolldunham.net/

  19. dwells38 says:

    In addition to Nazis and racists, Chunk is now protecting the US from Teh Terrible People Calls GG and Alex Jones the “worst people in the US”!!

    In Which Glenn Greenwald Is Invited to the Alex Jones Show (At Last)
    The convergence of the worst people in the US Charles Johnson Weird • 1 hour, 13 minutes ago • Views: 1,203

    Gee I guess they’re worse than the people perpetrating the knockout game, or who joyride and shoot Australian athletes to death just for fun. Or commit mass murders of our soldiers like Hasan at Fort Hood. Or murder their own daughters just for being Westernized normal teenagers. They’re worse even than tattooed skinhead Aryans in prison? Wow! Worse than abortion doctors who murder live viable babies? You really take the cake Chunk, for hate speech.

    And what’s wrong with this sentence?:

    Yes, you read that right. Greenwald claims that he’s taking $250 million in funding from someone he never even researched.

    Ever heard “Never look a gift horse in the mouth” Chunk, you moron? $250 Million Chunk. Think about it. Would you risk blowing your funding by quibbling over one donation choice you disagree with (Ukranian dissidents)? Well, yeah, YOU’RE that stupid. But Glenn knows there aren’t people hiding behind every bush just waiting to jump out and offer, even someone as talented and capable as he with that kinda jack. Have you researched the Amazon investment portfolio?? Are you sure they’re entirely PC? Are they investing in Chinese diamond mines with African slave labor? All those thousands of products they hawk and none are funding Taiwanese sweat shops paying 10 cents an hour? Or Chinese factories with child labor? You don’t fucking know because you just want the pathetic 10 bucks a hit.

    Besides, you didn’t have a problem with Al Gore selling out to Middle Eastern Oil Ticks, did you? I bet you’d take funding from the great Al Gore whom you’ve defended numerous times despite his being a big fat hypocrite about his carbon footprint while audaciously profiting on it, and his sexual harassment of female subordinate massage workers.

    And finally, everyone knows you’re the most terrible person. Because you’ve smeared many, many good people, many of whom called you friend, as racists and bigots. And your excuse for this is some completely lame lie that no one believes about your being brainwashed or the entire political right having gone apeshit crazy while you’re the same old Marxist idiot you never mentioned a peep about for 8 years.

  20. Pakimon says:

    I can see the Cheetos dust flying as Chunky claps his hands with glee. 😆

    Myself, I never have and never will join the Apple hipster doofus cult by purchasing any of their products.

    I’m quite satisfied with Samsung, LG and Motorola phones.

    Some may ask, “Hey Paki! If those phones are so great, why have you gone through three different manufacturers?

    The answer is simple…

    I am Pakimon, destroyer of cellphones.

    Samsung Galaxy S2 – Worked great until dropped three stories. *boom*

    LG phone – Worked great until submerged in a mug of beer. *gurgle*

    Motorola Defy XT – Designed to take a beating and still going strong despite numerous drops and immersions. 😀

    • Because says:

      Yeah. Fuck Apple. I’ve never owned an Apple anything, and never will.

      Penguin power!

    • Octopus says:

      Not to mention, Apple’s Chinese sweatshop brutality has cost the company major style-points among people who still care about basic humanity. Silly crap like that. I’m sure those Chinese plants use only the most responsible green coal-energy. 😆

      http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2103798/Revealed-Inside-Apples-Chinese-sweatshop-factory-workers-paid-just-1-12-hour.html

    • dwells38 says:

      I thought it was a terrible message to shareholders. The concern was that the company might be foolishly putting green activism ahead of profits. He seemed to confirm that he indeed is proudly willing to lurch the company idiotically toward climate moon battery and and profits bedamned. And anyone who’s not a climate change libtard should sell their shares. Sounds like a plan, dumbass!

    • dwells38 says:

      Youch. Timmy has made his bed and will now lay in it with Al Gore to spoon with, looks like:

      Tim Cook to Apple Investors: Drop Dead

      Apple CEO Tim Cook tells Investors Who Care More About Return on Investment than Climate Change: Your Money is No Longer Welcome

      As Board Member Al Gore Cheers the Tech Giant’s Dedication to Environmental Activism, Investors Left to Wonder Just How Much Shareholder Value is Being Destroyed in Efforts to Combat “Climate Change”

      Free-Market Activist Presents Shareholder Resolution to Computer Giant Apple Calling for Consumer Transparency on Environmental Issues; Company Balks

      Cupertino, CA / Washington, D.C. – At today’s annual meeting of Apple shareholders in Cupertino, California, Apple CEO Tim Cook informed investors that are primarily concerned with making reasonable economic returns that their money is no longer welcome.
      The message came in response to the National Center for Public Policy Research’s shareholder resolution asking the tech giant to be transparent about its environmental activism and a question from the National Center about the company’s environmental initiatives.

      “Mr. Cook made it very clear to me that if I, or any other investor, was more concerned with return on investment than reducing carbon dioxide emissions, my investment is no longer welcome at Apple,” said Justin Danhof, Esq., director of the National Center’s Free Enterprise Project.

      Danhof also asked Apple CEO Tim Cook about the company’s green energy pursuits. Danhof asked whether the company’s environmental investments increased or decreased the company’s bottom line. After initially suggesting that the investments make economic sense, Cook said the company would pursue environmental goals even if there was no economic point at all to the venture. Danhof further asked if the company’s projects would continue to make sense if the federal government stopped heavily subsidizing alternative energy. Cook completely ignored the inquiry and became visibly agitated.

      Danhof went on to ask if Cook was willing to amend Apple’s corporate documents to indicate that the company would not pursue environmental initiatives that have some sort of reasonable return on investment – similar to the concession the National Center recently received from General Electric. This question was greeted by boos and hisses from the Al gore contingency in the room.

      “Here’s the bottom line: Apple is as obsessed with the theory of so-called climate change as its board member Al Gore is,” said Danhof. “The company’s CEO fervently wants investors who care more about return on investments than reducing CO2 emissions to no longer invest in Apple. Maybe they should take him up on that advice.”

      “Although the National Center’s proposal did not receive the required votes to pass, millions of Apple shareholders now know that the company is involved with organizations that don’t appear to have the best interest of Apple’s investors in mind,” said Danhof. “Too often investors look at short-term returns and are unaware of corporate policy decisions that may affect long-term financial prospects. After today’s meeting, investors can be certain that Apple is wasting untold amounts of shareholder money to combat so-called climate change. The only remaining question is: how much?”

      The National Center’s shareholder resolution noted that “[s]ome trade associations and business organizations have expanded beyond the promotion of traditional business goals and are lobbying business executives to pursue objectives with primarily social benefits. This may affect Company profitability and shareholder value. The Company’s involvement and acquiescence in these endeavors lacks transparency, and publicly-available information about the Company’s trade association memberships and related activities is minimal. An annual report to shareholders will help protect shareholder value.”

      Apple’s full 2014 proxy statement is available here. The National Center’s proposal, “Report on Company Membership and Involvement with Certain Trade Associations and Business Organizations,” appears on page 60.

      The National Center filed the resolution, in part, because of Apple’s membership in the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA), one of the country’s largest trade associations. In its 2013 “Retail Sustainability Report,” RILA states: “Companies will often develop individual or industry voluntary programs to reduce the need for government regulations. If a retail company minimizes its waste generation, energy and fuel usage, land-use footprint, and other environmental impacts, and strives to improve the labor conditions of the workers across its product supply chains, it will have a competitive advantage when regulations are developed.”

      “This shows that rather than fighting increased government regulation, RILA is cooperating with Washington, D.C.’s stranglehold on American business in a misguided effort to stop so-called climate change,” said Danhof. “That is not an appropriate role for a trade association.”

      For even more information on RILA, read “The Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA): A Cartel that Threatens Innovation and Competitiveness,” by National Center Senior Fellow Dr. Bonner Cohen.

      “Rather than opting for transparency, Apple opposed the National Center’s resolution,” noted Danhof. “Apple’s actions, from hiring of President Obama’s former head of the Environmental Protection Agency Lisa Jackson, to its investments in supposedly 100 percent renewable data centers, to Cook’s antics at today’s meeting, appear to be geared more towards combating so-called climate change rather than developing new and innovative phones and computers.”

      After Danhof presented the proposal, a representative of CalPERS rose to object and stated that climate change should be one of corporate America’s primary concerns, and after she called carbon dioxide emissions a “mortal danger,” Apple board member and former vice president Al Gore turned around and loudly clapped and cheered.

      “If Apple wants to follow Al Gore and his chimera of climate change, it does so at its own peril,” said Danhof. “Sustainability and the free market can work in concert, but not if Al Gore is directing corporate behavior.”

      “Tim Cook, like every other American, is entitled to his own political views and to be an activist of any legal sort he likes on his own time,” said Amy Ridenour, chairman of the National Center for Public Policy Research. “And if Tim Cook, private citizen, does not care that over 95 percent of all climate models have over-forecast the extent of predicted global warming, and wishes to use those faulty models to lobby for government policies that raise prices, kill jobs and retard economic growth and extended lifespans in the Third World, he has a right to lobby as he likes. But as the CEO of a publicly-held corporation, Tim Cook has a responsibility to, consistent with the law, to make money for his investors. If he’d rather be CEO of the Sierra Club or Greenpeace, he should apply.”

      “As in the past, Cook took but a handful of questions from the many shareholders present who were eager to ask a question at the one meeting a year in which shareholder questions are taken,” added Ridenour, “leaving many disappointed. Environmentalism may be a byword at Apple, but transparency surely is not.”

      The National Center’s Free Enterprise Project is a leading free-market corporate activist group. In 2013, Free Enterprise Project representatives attended 33 shareholder meetings advancing free-market ideals in the areas of health care, energy, taxes, subsidies, regulations, religious freedom, media bias, gun rights and many more important public policy issues. Today’s Apple meeting was the National Center’s third attendance at a shareholder meeting so far in 2014.

      The National Center for Public Policy Research is an Apple shareholder, as are National Center executives.

      The National Center for Public Policy Research, founded in 1982, is a non-partisan, free-market, independent conservative think-tank. Ninety-four percent of its support comes from individuals, less than four percent from foundations, and less than two percent from corporations. It receives over 350,000 individual contributions a year from over 96,000 active recent contributors.

      Contributions are tax-deductible and greatly appreciated.

      http://www.nationalcenter.org/PR-Apple_Tim_Cook_Climate_022814.html

  21. Because Instilled? says:

    • dwells38 says:

      Yes the puppet leader was either put firmly in the people’s minds or put into something in the form of liquid drops.

    • dwells38 says:

      IOW Putin has ignored Obungle’s phone call and his statement, both urging restraint and to only act with the international community. Because he knows Obungle and the feckless, corrupt UN will do nothing. And…it’s back to the golf course for Obungle.

    • Doppel ICYMI says:

      they poured Vodka down his throat

    • Pakimon says:

      “instilled” puppet leader?

      lolwut

      I can’t even..

  22. Pakimon says:

    Chunky must have put “suck up to Apple and maybe they’ll give me a job” on today’s “to do list. 😆

    • dwells38 says:

      Wow aren’t we contorting ourselves a bit? Apple makes it impossible for gubmints to spy on your iCloud, but if they did there’s no evidence gubmints would use it for anything nefarious.

      • Grinning Cat says:

        Wait a minute Charles, didn’t you say there’s no real spying going on and metadata doesn’t matter a bit? Is Charles now joining the dudebros and Greensnows and the rest of those nefarious questioners of the great and glorious NSA?

      • iSpeakJive says:

        But, but, they’re only allowed to get stuff from a sandbox and only with a warrant!!!!
        So sez Chucklz.

  23. Pakimon says:

    When people begin to question if Apple’s claim should be taken at face value, Chunkles responds by increasing suction. 😆

  24. rightymouse says:

    And we know this for a fact, how??? Also, who cares?

  25. Pakimon says:

    Gus is actually trying to blame Bush. 🙄

    No wonder that pinheaded meathead can’t get anyone to hire him.

    • rightymouse says:

      How long has it been since Obama/Clinton hit the “reset” button? Five + years????

      • dwells38 says:

        That’s what you get for using cheesy marketing gimmickry instead of diplomacy with a major power. They sent that guy Lavrov guy for the photo op who treated it like joke and I’ve never seen again anyway. It was clear they thought it was ridiculous and insulting.

    • dwells38 says:

      Better be careful Gush. Your boy Chunky’s never come out as offically bashing on Bush about anything save the Iraq war. You sure you want to go out on that limb given Captain Bligh’s track record of treachery? He’s probably not thrilled with his main and most loyal wingman being some sort of near indigent, unemployed, whiner who lives hand to mouth like a college kid and bitches about the supposed “privileged” journalists covering the Sochi Olympics because the actually have indoor heating. Anytime any of his other minions have embarrassed him repeatedly he’s usually looking for a good excuse to force a rift and then a quick “I’ve had it with the complaints, enough’s enough…blah, blah…etc…” Better watch it.

  26. Grinning Cat says:

    OT: too bad no one ever did this to our fatass when he was being interviewed…

  27. Bunk X says:

    Because olo :
    пинис пинис пинис лол

    😀 And a new meme category is created. 😀

  28. Bunk X says:

    Bizarre.

    72 wrenchwench Sat, Mar 1, 2014 11:41:28am
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    Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent for TIME

    Then he ‘splains it, in case anybody thought it wasn’t cogent news analysis.

    Whereas I’d interpret the juxtaposition as: One is a modern, technologically astute regular guy, the other is a weirdo with a strong inclination to the past.

    • Doppel ICYMI says:

      Mom jeans vs Marlboro man

      Obama would fit in at LGF
      Putin is blogmocracy material

      any questions wrenchwench, look it up

  29. Doppel ICYMI says:

    she looks more like Oliver Hardy than Hitler

  30. Bunk X says:

    Bizarre x 2

    142 Lidane Sat, Mar 1, 2014 12:51:16pm
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    No wonder the American right wing love him. They agree with him:

    The end of the Cold War and the collapse of the Soviet Union was the worst thing to happen to the Republican party and the American right. They have no fucking clue how to function outside of it.

    Maybe that’s why they’re cheering the Russians on. The sooner Putin can rebuild the Soviet Union the happier they’ll be. Things will be right again.

    • Doppel ICYMI says:

      for anybody out there who needed any convincing that Lidane is the dumbest person in Texas, this should do the trick

    • livefreeor die says:

      Since when has the right wing supported Putin?
      Lidane, look up Reagan’s “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall speech.”
      That’s the right wing attitude towards Russia.
      Wow, are you a freaking moron.

  31. Bunk X says:

    133 Charles Johnson Sat, Mar 1, 2014 4:07:52pm
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    I couldn’t possibly care less what the President wears while he talks on the phone to Vladimir Putin.

    Sounds like a challenge to me…

  32. Minnow says:

    Barry – no one could possibly care what you care or do not care about. You are a washed-up, half-rate guitar player who never could quite keep a beat…. You are a mean-spirited ignoranus who everyone laughs at… and, you are quite fat and bland looking. But – nice hat douchebag…. it goes with the black tee shirt.

    Surf’s up Barry.