Charles Johnson’s $79.95 Single Asian Women, Stephen Colbert and Rush Limbaugh

Charles Johnson on Rush Limbaugh
Let’s see, where to start:  Charles Johnson’s cut and paste from TalkingPointsMemo, or what Limbaugh actually said with regards to Colbert.

The latter doesn’t matter, as Limbaugh has stated repeatedly that he doesn’t care who picks who or why for a late night television show that relatively few watch. Limbaugh can defend himself against an odd manufactured controversy, which was his point to begin with. Somehow Johnson doesn’t quite grasp the irony, and chooses to be a parrot instead.

The last time we checked, parrots don’t have ponytails, yet they have cloacae, so Johnson’s the odd bird by default.

Since Limbaugh put Johnson on the map by mentioning LGF several times on air (in reference to Johnson’s co-option and publication of the works of Buckhead and Jeremy Chrysler) we find it a bit disingenuous on Johnson’s part to be biting the ankles of those who created Little Green Footballs’ popularity in the first place.

Charles Johnson Rush Limbaugh

It’s understandable, given Johnson’s schoolgirl #brasnapper tactics that he would throw major players/benefactors like Limbaugh and Breitbart under the bus, despite their open and trusting benevolence to him. Guess Johnson has a problem with Larry Elder, too – for SOME reason.

Don’t ask us. Ask Oliver Willis.

Charles, you’re a mess.

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P.S.  LOL @ Oil Ticks. “Yes, but.” He said it but he didn’t mean it. This is exactly why Johnson’s mocked as The #Rumpswab Extraordinaire.

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51 Comments on “Charles Johnson’s $79.95 Single Asian Women, Stephen Colbert and Rush Limbaugh”

  1. poteen2 says:

    The cuties in the banner are his best content in years

  2. Pakimon says:

    Notice the car insurance ad on the left.

    A soda (Mountain Dew?) bottle filled with what appears to be urine.

    All that’s missing is the Cheetos dust. 😆

  3. DudeBro says:

    Chuckles is such a silly fuck. Since CBS is going full on political, it would have made at least ‘some’ sense to go with Jon Stewart. He’s a flaming liberal, but at least he is playing himself, ie the thoughtful witty manufactured common man he projects on his show. Colbert on the other hand is a flaming liberal playing a parody of Bill O’Reilly, which is all Colbert has EVER done. Now he’s going to be ‘himself’? Seriously, what the hell is that even?

    We know that liberal Obama licking CBS isn’t even trying to hide their 24/7 devotion to Obama and all things ‘progressive’ but from a strictly business perspective, they are betting the farm on a ‘comedian’ that’s done nothing except the same one trick pony. The same as promoting a minor league outfielder to the Yankees and oh yeah, he’s going to now pitch.

    And chuckles thinks Limbaugh’s the joke? HAHA, another liberal crash and burn disaster, just like Obamacare, Obamanomics, the ”phony” Benghazi scandal, etc.

    • d&d says:

      They were thinking about Craig Ferguson but then they found out he was pro-America.

  4. Octopus says:

    That jar of Yoo-Rhine is Chunky’s favorite vintage. Brewed and bottled in Culver City, too. Think globular, act like local lunatic.

    His blather about the oil-ticks, and how he used to be just an okay writer and World Journalist, before he embraced the Unicorn Messiah and parted ways with his right mind, is a perfect representation of his putrid narcissistic personality disorder.

  5. Octopus says:

    Colbert is going to appeal to his old Comedy Central audience, I guess, and maybe that’s enough for that time-slot. I found him incredibly tedious the few times I tried to watch. They say he has another personality, which America will find endearing and hilarious. We’ll see.

    Personally, I find it hard to believe that there are so many talk shows on the air, talking to vapid show-biz people about their latest crapola, in between their stints in rehab. Shut up, already.

  6. Octopus says:

    The Waddling Orders came down late from Media Matters, but Fatass lurched into action!

    Note: The general is clearly in CYA-mode here, and this snippet of semantics-testimony does nothing to erase the monumental, shameful failed-policy and bullshit cover-up of the Benghazi attack. Chunky trumpeting it as YET ANOTHER example of wingnut lying about a fake nontroversy (or is it a real nontroversy, and who gives a shit?) shows how detached from the truth are this imbecile and his media masters.

    • d&d says:

      Hmm….who has more credibi…..ANY credibility?

      Chunky “I was crazy for eight years!” Johnson, formerly misled wingnut and current progressive pinhead libturd Twitter addict:

      Another day, another fake BENGHAZI! outrage falls apart.

      Jake Tapper, acceptably unbiased professional journalist for left-leaning news outlet CNN:

      Thursday on his radio show Hugh Hewitt asked CNN’s “The Lead” host Jake Tapper about White House press secretary Jay Carney’s claims this week that the “smoking gun’ email from White House adviser Ben Rhodes pushing the false narrative that a video caused the Benghazi terror attack to then U.N. ambassador Susan Rice “were not about Benghazi”.

      Stopping short of using the word “lie” Tapper said Carney’s remarks in the press briefings this week were ‘dissembling, obfuscating and insulting’…

      Methinks the latter.

      • Arachne says:

        I guess Johnson doesn’t want to have to admit that he was DUPED yet again. Maybe he shouldn’t be going to the MMFA criminal front group for his facts.

  7. Octopus says:

    The comments at Media Matters are precious, as usual. The moonbats aren’t ready to abandon the Unicorn Messiah, just yet…not until Shrillary is safely ensconced. 😆

  8. Octopus says:

    This video is a graphic representation of your average Chunky McDumbth “nontroversy.” Note the early smoke, with a few flares sailing off in different directions, while traffic cruises by on the info superhighway. The lone stream of water directed at the initial source represents Dear Fatass, trying to douse the flames before they erupt into another Weinergate, Flag Day, Laptop Menu Laffer or Benghazipalooza. The conflagration quickly gets out of control, and everyone must run for cover, as traffic slows to take in the fiery apocalypse.

  9. Octopus says:

    Chunky is EXTREMELY worked up about a movie made by Christian filmmakers, trying to present an alternative position to evolutionary origins of man. The movie will appeal strictly to its intended audience, like an MSNBC “news show” or CBS late show. Chunky doesn’t feel these people are entitled to their beliefs.

    And yet…he NEVER says boo about how Islam views evolutionary theory. I’m sensing yet another disconnect. Let’s review:

    Is a Muslim allowed to believe in human evolution? If not, how can we explain the fossils of upright, bipedal, tool-using apes with large brains that have been discovered?

    We wish to re-emphasize that our concern here is not with examining the scientific merits of the theory of evolution. What we want to know is what Islamic teachings have to say about the idea. Whether evolution is true or false scientifically is another matter altogether.

    When we look at the sources of Islam – the Qur’ân and Sunnah – we see that, with respect to human beings living on the Earth today, they are all descendants of Adam and Eve.

    Allah also says: “O mankind! We have created you from a male and a female, and made you into nations and tribes, that you may know one another. Verily, the most honorable of you with Allah is the one who is the most God-fearing.” [Sûrah al-Hujûrât:13]

    The Prophet (peace be upon him) identified the “male” mentioned in this verse as being Adam. He said: “Human beings are the children of Adam and Adam was created from Earth. Allah says: ‘O mankind! We have created you from a male and a female, and made you into nations and tribes, that you may know one another. Verily, the most honorable of you with Allah is the one who is the most God-fearing’.” [Sunan al-Tirmidhî (3270)]

    We also see that Allah created Adam directly without the agency of parents.

    Allah says: “The similitude of Jesus before Allah is as that of Adam; He created him from dust, then said to him: ‘Be’ and he was.” [Sûrah Al `Imrân: 59]

    We also know that Eve was created from Adam without the agency of parents.

    In the Qur’ân, Allah states clearly: “O mankind! Be careful of your duty to your Lord Who created you from a single soul and from it created its mate and from them twain hath spread abroad a multitude of men and women.” [Sûrah al-Nisâ’: 1]

    Therefore, the Qur’ân tells us that Adam and his wife were the father and mother of all human beings living on the Earth today. We know about this by way of direct revelation from Allah.

    http://en.islamtoday.net/artshow-416-2992.htm

    We will wait for Chunky to tweet his sniggering disdain for these backwards apes. 😆

  10. Juan Epstein says:

    Rape Culture.

    • Arachne says:

      I have to ask – is this the new Democrat talking point because they’ve already used “War on Women?” Suddenly EVERYTHING is about rape.

  11. Chunky “I was a crazy GOP racist for eight years!” Johnson says:

    Rush Limbaugh is a crazy GOP racist! I proved it x11y.

    • Arachne says:

      The only things saving MMFA from a lawsuit for slander by Limbaugh is that he doesn’t give a shit what MMFA says and the tenets of NYT v. Sullivan.

    • Arachne says:

      If I recall he published these bullshit supposed quotes by Limbaugh and when someone pointed out that this guy’s article had been completely debunked, Johnson’s retort and excuse was “okay, well maybe he didn’t say this, but it doesn’t matter because he’s made racist statements in the past.” However, he couldn’t come up with a single one.

      Yeah, Limbaugh’s a racist. Clarence Thomas officiated at this wedding, but he’s a racist. Steven Smith regularly appeared on his show, but he’s a racist. Allan West, Marco Rubio, Walter Williams, J.C. Watts all call him friend but he’s a racist. A racist is about the race itself, Johnson, not a few select members in it.

      • rightymouse says:

        Mr. Snerdly (not his real name), who screens Limbaughs calls, among other responsibilities at the station, is black. Has worked for Limbaugh for years. Yeah. Real racist.

      • Arachne says:

        Rush appointed Mr. Snerdly the offiical program observer and Obama critic. It is hilarious to me when Snerdly gives first HIS view of a particular situation, and then the “ebonics” version for the low information voter.

      • rightymouse says:

        Yep. And Limbaugh’s a total homophobe too. That’s why Elton John performed at his wedding.

  12. dnd - yah u no me says:

    MMFA comicially edits Rush’s words and purposely extracts the opposite meaning. Limbaugh said the Colbert choice means ratings increasingly don’t matter to MSMs like CBS. They’d rather go for hip, cool and liberal And pointed out his OWN show can’t get away that that, IOW ratings DO matter to him.

    MMFA’s conclusion? Rush gets bad ratings so he’s trying to say ratings don’t matter. And then they cut out him saying ratings DO matter to him. http://mediamatters.org/blog/2014/05/01/after-getting-bad-ratings-news-limbaugh-tries-t/199124

    That’s typical lying deceitful progressive reporting for you. Completely worthless garbage.

    http://legalinsurrection.com/2014/05/media-matters-deceptively-edits-limbaugh-audio/

    • Arachne says:

      Bad ratings? Rush’s ratings have actually gone up. MMFA, by the way, enjoys 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status as a “media watchdog group.” Yeah, they have no political agenda. None at all.

  13. Arachne says:

    Hot Tuna – being published here because Fartboy will have a meltdown: Republicans forming a Select Committee to investigate Benghazi. Trey Gowdy will chair.

    • rightymouse says:

      I LOVE TREY GOWDY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 🙂
      YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!

      • Arachne says:

        I was very worried he’d appoint Cantor or another mushmouth to chair. What would have been perfect would have been appointing Louie Gohmert. Jazzy McKnownothing would get at least 100 tweets a day out of this.

        I’d love to see Cruz, Rubio, et al. in the Senate say they want a JOINT Committee and watch Harry Reid explain why he won’t approve one. Because……..REDSKINS! KOCH BROTHERS! SQUIRREL!

      • rightymouse says:

        Reid sounds like a senile old man when he goes off on the Koch brothers. It’s cringe-worthy.

  14. OLT's Because Blocked, But You Read Me Here, Stalker says:

    • Minnow says:

      It is about holding people responsible for their actions or non-actions, for their lies and for their lack of moral scruples. People died during the Benghazi attack you fucking moron.

      But how could we expect this idiot Gus to understand anything that he hasn’t been told by the left wing, lame stream media?

    • Arachne says:

      Gee Gus. If she failed them, lied about it, lied about it to the families, sent Susan Rice out to lie to the damned American public, maybe this bitch SHOULDN’T be President.

      • Arachne says:

        Not to mention having the DOJ throw a guy in effing PRISON for a year on a trumped up minor probation violation just to give credence to their story. I’m glad that doesn’t bother you Gus. But then I’ve always known you’re nothing but Chucky’s butt-sniffing lapdog.

  15. Minnow says:

    How can anyone take anything Barry says or writes as serious!?

    The man is a phony and everyone knows it.

    What part of your persona are you going to change next Barry?

  16. rightymouse says:

    Totally OT. Am laughing my head off. LOLOL!

  17. OLT's Will Not Miss Harry Reid For A Minute says:

    Rightymouse, Reid IS a senile old man. I’d add “evil”, but I think “corrupt” is more accurate.

    • rightymouse says:

      Corrupt is likely very accurate. Man has spent most of his adult life in public service yet he’s a wealthy man.

  18. Octopus says:

    Boston fans covered themselves in merde on Twitter last night: http://sports.nationalpost.com/2014/05/02/montreal-canadiens-p-k-subban-the-target-of-racist-tweets-following-overtime-goal-against-boston-bruins/

    This is ultra-liberal, ultra-hip College Town USA, mind you. Home of the lifetime liberals. Let that be a lesson to you, Geographical Nazis!

  19. dnd - bil-yuns won't be says:

    Heading out to watch the Reds and Brewers tonite. Have to dress in layers cuz..ya know…teh Climate Change!!

    • Octopus says:

      Billions will be chilly! 🙂

    • rightymouse says:

      It’s a cold, dreary day in NE Ohio too. I’m staying inside where it’s warm. Going to mak a pot of chili this weekend. 🙂

      • rightymouse says:

        **make**

      • Octopus says:

        Chili is an awesome idea! I’m going to mack some, too. 🙂

        It’s cold and blustery here, as well. Looking forward to the Real Warmening.

      • rightymouse says:

        I bought some ganormous beef franks too, in case the male units want chili dogs.
        And yes, am totally looking forward to the Real Warmening.

  20. Octopus says:

    Race Race Race! UGGGGGHHHHH!!

    There, I’ve said it. I had to. Now, read this fine piece of writing about why Libturds MUST believe in conservatives being racist, as part of their cherished world-view. It’s one for the archives: http://thefederalist.com/2014/05/02/why-liberals-think-conservatives-are-racist/

    Linked in the above, is another must-read on the subject: http://nymag.com/news/features/obama-presidency-race-2014-4/

    Dear Fatass has no idea why he is compelled to prattle endlessly about conservatives being closet-KKK, but perhaps he will gain some self-knowledge by reading these rational articles. Lord knows, his reading-comprehension skills took a major hit after his Moronic Conversion, but hope springs eternal. 😆 (no, not really)

  21. Arachne says:

    Oh, and Fatass is hyping his 10 reasons he parted ways with the right on twitter again. Geez. Move ON, Dude

    • Apollodorus V says:

      I always liked Dennis Prager’s “open letter” response.

      “They are well beneath the intellectual and moral level of your prior work. They sound like something Keith Olbermann would write if he were given 10 minutes to come up with an attack on conservatives…

      …When you were on the politically and morally right side, Charles, you provided massive evidence for your positions. Now you throw verbal bombs. What happened?”

      • Arachne says:

        Dear Dennis:

        The “intellectual and moral level of [Johnson’s] prior work” is attributable to (1) his intelligent and varied posters, who did their research in a meticulous manner; and (2) great work by others that he could appropriate. Believe us when we say that that ridiculous screed of his is right on his intellectual and moral level.

    • dnd - bil-yuns won't be says:

      Did he give his libturd friends 10 reasons why he ran with the right for eight long years and bashed the libturd left mercilessly the whole time nearly all the way up to his moronic fake epiphany? Let me guess. That would be a no.