Charles Johnson, Twitter Victim

Yesterday Charles Johnson got some attention on Twitter, attacking Todd Kincannon for his Tweets about gun ownership. Kincannon is often over the top, but that’s his persona, at least on Twitter.

Charles posted one of Kincannon’s Tweets criticizing the grieving father who blamed the NRA and pro-2nd Amendment supporters instead of the UCSB gunman. Then The Johnson took it to Twitter, and the smackdowns came from all corners of the Twitterverse. Here’s a sample:

Kinkannon Twitter Smackdown

Yeah, Charles got the attention he asked for.


59 Comments on “Charles Johnson, Twitter Victim”

  1. rightymouse says:

    Oh, the butt-hurt. LOLOLOL!!!!!!!!

    • Octopus says:

      Extra Strength Medicated Bumf™, Now With Mentholated Unguentine™
      Cooler than Mom’s Ice-Water Enema!

      Between the Twitter-drubbings, the massive-ignoring by the media, our faithful monitoring of his dumbth, and all the Red-Hot Flaming Cheetos, Our Porky Icarus has ordered a 5-Gallon Drum of the above from DoD’s Amazon Store. Please repay him, by ordering a few copies of his epic photographic calendar. Thank you!

    • dnd - cuz Chunky no GG b da RACIST! says:

      Oh the butt. It hurts!!

  2. poteen2 says:

    Charlie’s latest is a Memorial Day Open thread. KT at comment 5 is the only mention of the day or it’s reason in 125 so far.

    • Octopus says:

      To Fatass’s current crowd, Memorial Day is a tribute to racism and genocide, as perpetrated by the USA.

  3. rightymouse says:

    Blog pimping is Charlie’s thang…. 😆

  4. ISTE says:

    True love is physically exhausting.

    Nap time.

    • rightymouse says:

      Think what it must be like for your lady love then! LOL!

    • Octopus says:

      I find that a 20-minute nap after the 60-Minute Man Main Event is very refreshing. Time enough for the ravished to recoup and make the sammiches. 🙂

      • ISTE says:

        I don’t have the strength left to eat anything, I think I am just going to peacefully fade away with an enormous smile on my face.

        Aw no, here she is, back again with a feeding tube!

        And a sharpie?

      • rightymouse says:

        Be careful if she shows up with ribbon & scissors too! LOL!

      • ISTE says:

        The love of my life just went to WalMart.

      • Bunk X says:

        Here’s how you do it:
        “Wow. That was awesome, so while she’s dieseling in the bedroom, I’m going to refinish the kitchen table.”

      • calo says:

        I have to trudge back to Walmart. I didn’t buy enough ribbon to make a bow out of the foot long ribbon.

        And, more beer, too.

      • Because says:

        If you’re gonna get beer, get some flaming hot cheetos, too.

      • rightymouse says:

        Calo: get some heart-shaped & smiley-faced stickers to plaster on him too. Oh. And whipped cream. :mrgreen:

      • Because says:

        And if you’re going to get the flaming hots, don’t forget the Medicated Bumf. You’ll need it later. Beer just ain’t enough medicine.

      • Octopus says:

        Get on it, ISTE!

  5. Octopus says:

    I’ve been watching the History Channel’s “WWII In HD” all day, and now I’m feeling the pain of loss and a lot of nostalgia. I know I’ve posted these before, but here’s my Memorial Day gesture to the heroes of that incredible cataclysm. So many young men killed, and innocent civilians on all sides. Here’s hoping the world never has to face that kind of madness ever again.

    Dad was a radio operator on a B-29 crew which flew a lot of missions over Japan, in the fiery last year of the war. Japan was prepared to fight to the last man, woman and child, and total war was the only answer to their fanaticism.

    His plane was shredded by flak and attacked by Japanese fighters many times, barely limping back home on several occasions. He was only lightly wounded, but several crew were lost and replaced during their stint. He came home with a drawerful of medals, including a Purple Heart and Distinguished Flying Cross, but he never talked about the war with us kids. Not at all. We got a few stories from his brothers, who were also vets. We got a few more when we were adults ourselves, and insisted he tell us about his experiences.

    Happy Memorial Day to everyone, and don’t forget the guys who made it all possible.

    The end of training in US — Dad is second from left in front.

    During active deployment on Tinian, Dad is again second from left in front.

    Dad is just to our right of guy in shorts and white shirt, wearing blue shirt and khakis. His last trip to the reunion, in 2012.

    Everyone has a crazy Uncle Jack, right? Here’s mine, my Mom’s sister’s hubby, who flew many missions over Germany in ’44, and was the funniest guy I’ve ever known. Died a few years back, after a very successful career as a defense attorney in Buffalo, and ten years or so as a judge. They used to come and visit us every Thanksgiving while I was growing up, and he always took us kids to the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn. He loved that place.

    • rightymouse says:

      I salute your Dad & your Uncle!! 🙂

      • Octopus says:

        And I salute your father-in-law, ‘Mouse! Marines are the tip of the spear.

        My Dad’s brother Eugene was a Marine, wounded on Iwo Jima. Came home to run a farm for awhile in upstate NY, until he got bored and joined the ATF. He was the wild one in that family. Died of a heart-attack on his retirement vacation at age 65, on his way to see his son in Alaska, who was then flying in the Air Force. Gene made it to Montana, before his ticker went AWOL in a movie theater. Son just retired from the FBI. Great family!

      • rightymouse says:

        Dad was the best! When he got out, he got his degree at Tufts, got married and moved to Cleveland. He was the greatest family man. 🙂

    • dnd - cuz Chunky no GG b da RACIST! says:

      The funeral for my 92 yr old father-in-law is tomorrow. He was a WWII vet. He never saw combat because he played trombone and piano in army bands. When Miller and his band went down over the channel, my FIL was in the replacement band that entertained in the European theater. Bob had some great stories such as trying to play piano on a troop ship in high seas and the piano won’t stop rolling away. Or on a train on his way out of town to join the army, spotting the beautiful gothic Cathedral Basillica of a certain Northern KY burg and thinking he’d like to come back and play there some day. And he came back and became the organist and choir director for 60 years! And raised a family and became a minor celebrity as a liturgical composer, choir director, organist and all around good guy!

      He lost it to Alzheimers these last 4 or so years. But he went strong way into his eighties. I met him when he was 69 and until around age 88 or so it seemed he NEVER changed. Always gentle, self deprecating and funny as hell. Just another WWII success story that came to a peaceful and deservedly painless close.

      • Octopus says:

        Another big thanks to your FIL, Dnd! Sounds like a great man.

        One thing that should be noted, is that everyone in the country was affected by WWII. Yes, the soldiers in the front lines had it the worst, but the whole country sacrificed and changed in order to win. Rationing of food and materials, women in the factories, Victory Gardens, War Bonds, the whole nine yards, everyone was in it to win it, and necessarily so.

        I feel bad for the guys fighting today, who are pretty much out of sight, out of mind. Those guys are suffering, believe me. The war stories that will come out of the endless Afghanistan slog will be every bit as nasty as those that have already come out, and if you read them, you know what I mean.

      • ISpeakJive says:

        The greatest generation for sure. All soldiers have my deepest respect. They have what it takes.

  6. Just poop says:

    Charles sucks

    • dnd - cuz Chunky no GG b da RACIST! says:

      He really does. I’m starting to lose my motivation coming here because he’s just such a predictable piece of crappola. Never fails to disappoint.

      • Octopus says:

        It does get old, he’s so sad and predictable. Every once in awhile there is a frisson of hilarity, as he tops himself once again. It’s like playing golf, when you’re a bad golfer like me. One or two great shots in an 18-hole nightmare can energize you and keep you going. 😆

  7. Just poop says:

    Charles Johnson, the twat of twitter

  8. rightymouse says:

    Charles is so incredibly homophobic, I’m shocked that leftists don’t call him out on it. 🙄

  9. Because no shiite? says:

  10. Because WTF? says:

  11. Briareus says:

    While trying to figure out the missing QUOTE button, I ran across a “Contact The Cast” email from someone who claimed to be the photographer of the little lizard giving the high-five to a cheetos-dust-encrusted finger. He demanded that we take it down within 10 days.

    I understand and sympathize with those folks who are naive and put their artwork on the internest without a water stamp, so I thought I’d contact him and offer to give him credit in the sidebar.

    It’s all bullshit. His nic, “Rainer Sonntag” killed my goodwill.

  12. dnd - cuz Chunky no GG b da RACIST! says:

    It’s good to see Chunk getting the derision he deserves. He’s such a hateful prick, smearing people as racists who espouse the same as he did only a few years ago with gusto and self assured spirit and confidence.

    I remember reading a lot of bloggers in ’08 and ’09 who were confused by Chunk’s dark side defection trying to still assign him props and respect. He deserves none. He’s a hateful little fat old pig who stood for and still stands for nothing. When we thought he was on our side as a loyal American and citizen of the free and right-thinking West he was just a liar. Now he pretends to be for the lie puking progressives who want to take away our rights and freedoms ostensibly in the name of the political correctness sham and other libturd hoaxes. They really just want top-down power like the Soviets and are devoid of morals or ethics. Always leads to cronyism and corruption. One thing’s for sure Chunk Johnson is always a hate-filled negative piece of scum that no one needs. No surprise that when he made a conscious choice it was to join the progressive liars. And even they barely tolerate such a treacherous two-faced loser.

    • Octopus says:

      In all fairness to the Left, they ignore Fatass, too. Nobody wants him. He’s a pariah, recognized by both sides as having zero integrity. His only friend lives in a garage, and is unemployed aside from his incessant tweeting of gibberish and Fatass-retweets. 😦

      But, we still dig ya, Chunky. We kid you a lot, but you’re our pal. 🙂

    • Just poop says:

      he ain’t heavy he’s my brother

      OK, who are we fooling. He’s really heavy

  13. Octopus says:

    They were fine with his mariachi outfits, until he came out as gay. Imagine that! A bastion of libturd-journalism like CNN, being so homophobic. I expect Chunky McDumbth to go ballistic on them in 5…4…3…2…never. 😆

  14. Octopus says:

    Blackhawks down 3-zip after one…ouch. They need to come back in this game, to have a realistic shot at winning the series. A 3-1 lead for LA would look pretty insurmountable, given that Quick can steal a game at any time.

    • Octopus says:

      Sorry, man. They’re getting all the bounces tonight. It can turn around in a hurry, though.

      • Abu says:

        Rats. Blackhawks down 3 games to 1. Can’t keep pulling that rabbit out of their hat.

      • Octopus says:

        Next one’s in Chicago — win that, and the pressure’s back on them to win at home. One at a time.

        Playoffs are brutal. I feel your pain, brotha. I also have a sister in Chicago with a hubby and son who are rabid ‘Hawks fans, and they are also miffed.

        In other news, the Tigers got me all excited about a serious run, and now they can’t pitch, hit or field to save their lives. Sports is for suckas!

  15. Because says:

    Three guesses who he’s yammering about >>>

  16. Octopus says:

    Fireworks! YAY!!! 🙂

  17. Bunk X says: