LGFers wanted BLM to use violence against Cliven Bundy

The totalitarian supporting comments speaks for themselves.

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Ignoring the calls for violence on the part of his commentators, Charles plays the victim role.

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Charles, I highly doubt anyone is going to bother looking for you. If you want sympathy, call out the calls for violence against Cliven Bundy on your blog.

Bonus: Dark Falcon accuses your truly of being behind the alleged threat to Charles.

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I have some bad news for you Kurt, I don’t have a Twitter handle.

Update: SpaceJesus  joins the wish for violence against the Bundy Ranch and their supporters.

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Keep it classy there loser!

 

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83 Comments on “LGFers wanted BLM to use violence against Cliven Bundy”

  1. swamprat says:

    selective approval of governing laws

    immigration– doesn’t count
    grazing fees– good law
    abortion– good law
    registering to vote– oppressive
    registering to own guns– good law
    border patrol– bad
    BLM–good

  2. rightymouse says:

    What are they all worked up about? I don’t remember them being upset when Zimmerman’s address was tweeted.

    • swamprat says:

      like charles hasn’t outed a time or two

    • Bunk X says:

      That was Blowzanne Barr who tweeted out the wrong address, yeah?

      • Arachne says:

        It was Spike Lee who tweeted the wrong address, causing an innocent couple to flee their home. Fat Bitch Barr tweeted the correct address and urged people to surround and storm the house.

        Both were allowed to keep their Twitter accounts, by the way; after a SERIOUS and actionable breach of the terms of service contract.

  3. Because ahem ahem says:

    That’s rich. A splodydope trying to argue that letting somebody get away with something will only embolden them.

  4. Because says:

    Culver City, CA. Population 38,883.

    Gosh, that’s a death threat.

    What a freaking drama queen.

  5. swamprat says:

    Is it just me, or are the comments on this issue a bit “mean-spirited”?

  6. Because Queen Goosy says:

  7. swamprat says:

    BLM:
    “The cattle will be returned”
    Cliven Bundy:
    “You are so right about that”
    BLM:
    “Just as soon as the details are..”
    Cliven Bundy;
    “Don’t trouble yourselves, we’ve got it covered”
    BLM:
    uhh …Gulp!

  8. swamprat says:

    Charles keeps hitting the twitter gulag button and nothing happens.
    You broke it charles. You wore it out. It got disabled ’cause you used it “moar” than a set of jumper cables at a TeaParty rally.
    Hur hur

    • Arachne says:

      Perhaps sending that screenshot of a “reply” tweet I got showing that the account had made ONE tweet – to me – had 8 followers, including Charles Johnson, internet has-been, with the notation that this individual urges people to be mass blocked and reported as spam when they are merely tweeting in reply.

  9. rightymouse says:

    Does Dorky realize that it’s slander to accuse someone of doing something they did not??

  10. OLT's Up To Your Ears In Stoopid says:

    Wow, Stalker Charles’ little bog-dwellers REALLY like guns and violence. Weirod.

    Oh, and Curious Lurker – ROTFLMAO at your ridiculous Mormon (note the capital M) diatribe. When will you push the Feds to take out the Jamaat ul-Fuqra compounds?

    Oh, and I cannot LOL loud enough to describe my thoughts about your “our laws apply to everyone” remarks. Oh how I wish delicious irony was free beer.

  11. rightymouse says:

    Quit yer bitchin’. They haven’t banned you for stalking Greenwald, Geller, etc. yet, have they?? Count your lucky stars & shut up.

  12. rightymouse says:

    As opposed to all the $$ being poured into cover-up???

  13. Macker says:

    Because :
    Culver City, CA. Population 38,883.
    Gosh, that’s a death threat.

    [Deleted content. Sorry Macker, that stuff doesn’t belong here or elsewhere. –Briareus]

  14. Macker says:

    Oh by the way, let’s all wish selrahC a Happy Birthday!
    [waves]

  15. Octopus says:

    Spazjeezy played the Timmy McVeigh card. Ever notice how libturds play that card to excuse just about any ridiculous point they’re trying to make about people questioning governmental overreach? It’s quite a trump card, in their tiny minds. 😆

  16. Juan Epstein says:

    He moved to Bro-Op City long ago

  17. Because see if you can get one to RT you says:

    • Bunk X says:

      “One of the most important lessons kids learn in public schools is that school administrators are usually autocratic imbeciles.”
      True, that.

      • Because says:

        I’m old enough to remember when vice-principals were there to give boys hacks. Paddle the kid’s Butt. Done. The good old days.

      • Bunk X says:

        I got swats for doing my homework in pencil instead of ink. I never figured that one out.

        Then there was the woodshop teacher Mr. Boggild. He fabricated a long paddle with holes in it to reduce the air resistance, and would take a running start before swinging it.

        None of the paddlings hurt much, although we pretended they did, bawling our eyes out. Afterwards we’d remove the manila folders we’d stuffed in our pants.

  18. poteen2 says:

    Daedalus :
    They are calling for violence.

    As long as someone else does it.
    A junior high bully with a ‘gunfinger’ scares them into the basement.

  19. Because delusional nutcase who thinks imaginary twitter swarms are after him says:

    • poteen2 says:

      “Tweetdeck”, “mute buttons”, “wingnut swarms”

      What a pathetic life.

      In the decline and fall of the American Civilization, Twitter is when the barbarians first breached the gates and the moonbat hordes retreated to their tweetdecks.

    • Kurt's important question for Charles says:

      Charles
      if you are blocking all of them how do you know about them?

      #Liar

      K

      • PeteP says:

        My thoughts also. Why would he always complain about “stalkers” if he’s blocking them?

    • Because I'm normal says:

  20. swamprat says:

    Left is getting a bit shrill. It would seem the the allegations of impropriety on the part of Harry Reid and the BLM are all

    LIES!
    LIES!
    LIES!

    Perhaps. But the optic of a crowd deliberately walking towards and past armed officers shouting death threats is a powerful visual.

  21. Kurt's big dream says:

    I hope somebody publiches a certain fat bloggers address so that somebody can leave a flaming pile of dog crap on his doorstep

    • Bunk X says:

      Stormfront did it in 2008, and shortly afterwards Charles adopted Mr. Mossberg.

      The BRC discussed posting Johnson’s address along with other easily obtained personal information, but squelched it as an unethical invasion of privacy. We also agreed that Charles’ ex and his brother were off limits.

    • d says:

      I realize this was meant to just be funny and it would be. But I agree with Bunk Chunk should be left physically alone. Even though he has hatefully and recklessly outed BRCers before.

  22. swamprat says:

    I had thought they hit bottom when then commented on the BLM standoff.

    I was very, very wrong.

    Not going to cut and paste, not going to quote, but it will be a while until I peek into that particular site again.

  23. swamprat says:

    Gus’s Twitterwarrior Theatre

    “Let’s review. Cletus Bundy only had to pay $1.35/head for grazing fees while private grazing fees in NV is $15.50. http://t.co/oUBrGgh1Dq 21 minutes ago”

    calculating the one million dollar fee the BLM says he owes for 20 years use and the $1.35 per head fee, it is plain to see he has

    37,037 head of cattle!

    Wait, I must have forgotten to carry the “one”.

    Nope. 37,037.
    Hmm. I would like someone to explain the difference between the 900 head and the 37,037.

    900 X 20 X $1.35 =$24,300

    One million versus $24,300

    Of course the BLM managed to mismanage 130 head to death by being run without water. according to to ranch.

  24. Because I guess we won't be seeing Congressman Goose says:

    • livefreeor die says:

      Which is why Gus is not running for congress.

    • Kurt's political analysis says:

      alan grayson did

    • Bunk X says:

      No, you run for Congress, become a Senator, run for President, get rejected, get nominated for Vice President, get rejected, then attack comic books as a cause of juvenile delinquency. Progressive Democrat Estes Kefauver did just that, and as a result, Mad Magazine was created (magazines were exempt).

  25. Because says:

    Goose has a full deck of RTs. >>>>>

    Out of witty wit?

  26. swamprat says:

    Charles moving on to other issues, Gus does not get the memo.

    Cliven Bundy might not have a proper legal leg on which to stand, but he ripped up enough dirt to significantly embarrass those pulling the strings.

    • Because says:

      And…

      Dirty Harry doesn’t like that Searchlight on him.

      • Bunk X says:

        The connecting stories are interesting. Solar farms got passes, contributors to Reid got passes, rare desert tortoises are reproducing so much they’re eating cattle and have to be euthanized, and the feds own over 80% of Nevada.

  27. Juan Epstein says:

  28. Because you can smell the joy in this tweet says:

  29. Bunk X says:
    • Octopus says:

      Umm…they have helicopters. Black and other colors. You don’t want to shoot it out with the feds, guys.

      This whole thing needs to be settled by adults. Are there any adults left in this country?

      Answer: Not many.

  30. swamprat says:

    Bundy got the BLM to publicly say to the crowd that the cattle would be returned.
    He then went and GOT the cattle, thus placing the US in the unenviable position of

    (a)shooting unarmed civilians for cattle that supposedly were to be returned anyway, while it kept the cattle and proved itself a liar
    or
    (b)shooting civilians and then releasing the cattle proving itself a tyrant
    or
    (c)backing off and losing face.

    Looked like a and/or b were their first choices. If they had operated in good faith there would have been no faceoff after the announcement.

    Bundy won the public relations angle, in any event. He got the government to show itself as duplicious and overbearing.

    I doubt very seriously he came up with this on his own. I think he had some very very good advice from a very very cagey source.