Charles Johnson calls us again “Far Right Hate Site”

The emotionally unstable and former Jazz Guitarist Charles Johnson takes a shot at us on Twitter. He tweets out a flashback from when Glenn Greenwald tweeted out a chart of ours.

This website is neither “Far Right” nor a “Hate Site” as the socially rejected shut in alleges. We are an eclectic bunch of people with diverse views who just laugh at your idiocy. In reality Little Green Footballs is a Far Left smear hate site. Charles is no one to throw stones.

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122 Comments on “Charles Johnson calls us again “Far Right Hate Site””

  1. rightymouse says:

    Firsties! :mrgreen:
    /Charlie HATED that. 😆

  2. rightymouse says:

    I thought he never read here! O_o
    He must think people are stupid or something.

  3. Because says:

    Cue the Rodan rant…

  4. Because says:

    “Charles is no one to throw stones.”

    Any stones he ever had are lost under the pannus pannus pannus lol.

  5. il padrino says:

    The most amazing thing about Charles, and perhaps it’s the flaw from which all his problems flow, is that he is totally and utterly incapable of laughing at himself. Everything about him and his efforts is Very Very Serious, which of course makes laughing at him all the more hilarious. Maybe someday he’ll learn.

    • Because olo says:

      This be true. The most hilarious thing about Herr Chunkmeister is his complete earnestness about his guano lunacy. Especially they way, with his high school ejumication, he pontificates like a Baptist preacher about SCIENCE!!!!!11

    • KGB says:

      He’s incapable of laughing, period. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a more humorless person in my life. And what is it with having to describe everything via a pack of adjectives? In his world there’s no such thing as a simple “right wing” website. No, every single website to the right of DU is a “far right hate site” populated by “seething, batshit-crazy stalkers”. Chawuz, I know you take pride in your literary skills, but I have to tell you that this affectation of yours is no better than slathering a string of exclamation points on the end of your sentences.

      • Because olo says:

        GOMERT!!! iz teh funneh. 🙄

      • Octopus says:

        Yeah, he’s got teh Gohmert, and teh doge-speak. Much laugh. Very skill. And Teh Warmening, don’t forget that satirical genius. He’s got musix, some of it less tedious and just plain bad as most of his “Auto-Hipster Mode” selections. He’s got teh Gimp, out in the garage churning out comedic gold, with occasional doleful commentary on the sad state of things. Space exploration with the Hubble, and space heaters with Gus…how’s that for a one-two punch?

      • Because says:

        An Apple fanboy graphic designer like Chunky would never be caught dead using The Gimp.

        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GIMP

        Open Sores is for commies.

      • Octopus says:

        I was thinking of a different Gimp, less interested in software than in hardware.

      • Bunk X says:

        The Gimp is awesome in that it’s such a pain.

  6. Because says:

    “This website is neither “Far Right” nor a “Hate Site” as the socially rejected shut in alleges. We are an eclectic bunch of people with diverse views who just laugh at your idiocy.”

    And Greenwald is anything but “far right”. But keep on farting internet gas, Chunk. It’s good for the ozone or something.

    • Octopus says:

      This site is about as middle-of-the-road as any internet forum I’ve seen in recent years, which tend to go overboard in one or the other direction. Mom used to say, “It takes all kinds,” and she was right. We have all kinds. She also used to say, “Moderation is the key to a happy life,” and she was right about that, with the added codicil, “Everything in moderation, including moderation.” You have to go HAM once in awhile, but then you have to pull it back, before you get too porky. And icky.

      There’s a bit of hate here now and then, but only a moderate amount. Nothing like the bitter bile spewed at LGF these days, or even in the old anti-jihad days, for that matter. This is mostly a happy place. We laugh at Chunky’s insanity, and that of the Unicorn Messiah, and his Palace Guard Media. Laughter is the best medicine. Thanks, Mom. 🙂

      • Pakimon says:

        Yesterday, I did say I hated YouTube when its videos are blocked from viewing on other websites.

        Looks like I tainted this entire blog with my bile and meanness.

        Sorry about that. 😦

      • rightymouse says:

        Bad boy, Paki. Bad, bad, boy! O_o

  7. Octopus says:

    Reposted from previous thread, because I want to discuss further Chunky’s status as a “public figure of fun.” Also, I wish to promote the homework assignment of reading the short story, “Flowers For Algernon,” which doubles as Chunky McDumbth’s fictional memoir. The events of 9-11 were the “medicine” that changed Our Fatass, temporarily.

    http://dorinta19.bizland.ro/FLOWERS%20FOR%20ALGERNON%20.htm

    ———————————————
    Johnson can claim stalking based on the fact that he’s a nobody.

    Hmm…interesting legal point. How long does one’s legal status as a “public figure” last, after one’s fleeting celebrity is over? Clearly, Chunky’s long since sunk back into the oblivion he enjoyed prior to his 9-11 wakeup call, and the blog’s miraculous rise into fame and popularity as a clearinghouse for Islamofascist-watching posts and discussion of same (by the regulars, not Chunky himself — he was not a regular participant in the comments). Some would say, once a public figure, always a suitable subject for examination and/or ridicule. Especially for someone like Porky Icarus, who continues to plead for attention 24/7 on Twitter.
    Does anyone else remember the character of Charlie in the story, “Flowers For Algernon?” It strikes me that Chunky’s relatively brief 8 years of clarity, sparked by 9-11, are quite analogous to the sudden increase in IQ which happens to the fictional Charlie, which turns out to be temporary and followed by disaster. It’s basically the same story. Very sad. 😦

    • Doppel paragraph 18 says:

      He’s Norma Desmond without the mansion and manservant.

      I AM big.
      It’s my trousers that got small.

  8. dwells38 says:

    Ha. Flowers for Algernon is a great story. Funny comparison and coincidental events. The name Charlie which he couldn’t even spell in his previous state hence the movie named Charly with Cliff Robertson.

    As Charlie grows brighter he enters a sort of delayed adolescence and makes clumsy advances to his beautiful teacher who had became more of a colleague (Pam!).

    As Charlie reaches his peak he becomes highly philosophical yet sad, and then rapidly unravels and returns to his former dullness.

    One big difference is the character be Charly becomes happy again in his stupidity, playing with the kids at the playground . Chunk, however has become bitter and hateful.

    • Octopus says:

      Maybe he’s just in transition, and will find his happy playground in time. The parents won’t want him hanging around their kids in the park, but maybe he can get a job picking up trash there, or polishing the monkey-bars. He can enjoy their innocent laughter and whatnot from a safe distance, ensured by a canine shock-collar, controlled by a responsible minder.

      • ISpeakJive says:

        LOL

      • Because says:

        A responsible minder named Bowser. With a sadistic streak.

      • Octopus says:

        A smart dog, controlling a slow-minded human? I like the concept. Most progressive, but in a good way. Some dogs would be cruel, but not like cats, which would run their charges into traffic immediately.

  9. Juan Epstein says:

    Much desperation.

  10. Octopus says:

    http://www.mediaite.com/online/comedian-jim-norton-msnbc-a-groveling-awful-fcking-hunk-of-sht-network/

    Comedian Jim Norton has choice words for Chunky’s favorite “news network.” 😆

    • Bunk X says:

      Sounds a lot like The Swamp.

      “Who wants to live in that fucking world where every single step you take is on an eggshell and one misstep gets you fired and what was OK today is not OK tomorrow?” Norton asked after listening to Reid’s comments, before using an equally offense word that starts with a “c” to describe the anchor.

      “What a groveling, awful, fucking hunk of shit network MSNBC is,” Norton added.

  11. Octopus says:

    Go easy, Bilingual Man. You run the risk of intimidating the one-language losers who surround us, muttering in their guttural Anglo-Saxon tongue.

  12. Juan Epstein says:

    Concoctahzi.

  13. Octopus says:

    “Hate” is such a strong word, Chunky. Do you really hate a comment section? Shouldn’t you hate war, and poverty, and loveless, miserable existence? Who has time to hate a comment-field format?

    Priorities, Dear Fatass. If you’re going to be a respected Hate Site, you need to focus your hate better. Much loathe. Very scorn. 😡

    • Because says:

      He’s pissed off because he wrote a sucky javascript comment system and nobody was interested, and Disqus writes a sucky javascript comment system, and it sells.

      The market just ain’t fair!

  14. PeteP says:

    He still hasn’t gotten over the time when Greenwald exposed him by linking to this site. He probably thinks about it every day and every night. He’s turned into a miserable and hateful old man.

  15. Because says:

    Wait for the lefty chic neo-Pagan pseudo-science solstice tweet in a couple hours. Because hip. And science. And all that shit.

  16. Doppel paragraph 18 says:

    Charles queeg Johnson.

  17. Octopus says:

    People who intentionally sow racial discord through lies are beyond contempt and off in some evil pocket universe that defies quantifying the amount of scorn everyone should heap upon them.

    Imagine my shock and consternation when I discovered this wasn’t about Sharpton and the Tawana Brawley Hoax… 😯

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/08/05/tawana-brawley-hoax_n_3709058.html

    • Because says:

      “Pocket universe”? Mr. Science has been watching too much Bill Nye.

      • Octopus says:

        I’ve heard of “evil pocket protectors,” but pocket universes devoted to evil? Even Bill Nye doesn’t play that much pocket pool…or does he? 😈

      • Because says:

        Pocket universe is where all the pockets that tear off his too-small sweats end up. Two universes down from sock universe. All the odd socks end up there. Chunky spends a lot of time there, looking for the likes of Frank.

    • dwells38 says:

      I grew up in Dayton suburbs Centervile and later Kettering. When my older sister was seventeen she went downtown with her boyfriend on a weekend. They were a cute little couple, he was probably no taller than 5’6 and my sister 5’3. But he was an athletic little fire plug. They’d gone to the Flying Pizza downtown (a Dayton favorite) and on the way back to the car were accosted by 2 larger black guys in an alley. Boyfriend Greg immediately placed himself in front of my sister. One of the black guys asked my sister if she’d ever been raped. Greg urged her to run for the car while he would stay and deal with them. I guess the blatant act of courage impressed them and they tossed a few insults and went on without hurting them. That was probably 35 years ago. Black on white crime has been a problem in downtown Dayton for years and it’s just like shitfaced liar Chunk to cherry pick some story, knowing nothing about Dayton to smear the good people who live and work there and are threatened often by ghetto crime reaching into the downtown area.

      Chunk you’re California progressive scum. You don’t know anything about a community on the other side of the country. It may be true that the bus driver lied but the only reason he thought he could get away with it is because black youth in Dayton have been violent and murderous for years. You’re an ignorant idiot that takes the side of ghetto criminals and gang members fecklessly thinking you’re defending against racism. You’re just an ignorant idiot that no one respects. So you should STFU.

      • Octopus says:

        Well done, to the young man in this story. There’s a time in every man’s life when he is tested, and he came through with flying colors. It’s not about false bravado, or acting tough to impress your buddies. It’s about standing up to real danger. You know it when you see it. Hopefully, you don’t make the wrong choice.

  18. Octopus says:

    http://littlegreenfootballs.com/page/309392_US_sets_up_honey_bee_loss_task

    Hey, guess who’s using the ol’ “loose” for “lose” construction, at LGF. Why, if it isn’t Floral Giraffe, long suspected of being one of Chunky’s many sockpuppets. 😆

    And why doesn’t this article make one mention of the ever-present universal solvent for everything, which is Teh Warmening? Ebbabodda knows bees are hurted by global climate chaos omg!!1!

  19. Octopus says:

    http://littlegreenfootballs.com/page/309391_9_Signs_of_Dangerous_Gun_Nut_C

    The despicable Randall Gross copies and pastes an article from the despicable AlterNet that contains more distortions and outright lies than it does commas and periods, which you can view here without giving Chunky the 25 page views a visit would register:
    http://www.alternet.org/civil-liberties/nine-signs-dangerous-gun-nut-craziness-2014

    And not a single mention of Chicago, Atlanta, Detroit or any other major metropolitan area besieged by drug gang warfare and other racially-tinged crime, which accounts for the vast majority of gun crimes and deaths in this nation. Is that responsible reportage? 😆

    • dwells38 says:

      Progressives use the stats of irresponsible, inregistered, criminal gun users to smear and disarm responsible, registered, law-abiding gun users.

      That’s just what progressives do. They’f rather purvey a lie and get more control, money and power. They care nothing of right and wrong.

  20. Octopus says:

    Shaddap, you imbeciles. 😆

    • Because says:

      Dayam, it don’t get much more White Hispanic than Wilson Vadez. What’s Chuck doing talking to one of those doubleplus unpersons?

  21. Because dedicated to the IRS says:

  22. Octopus says:

    Well, it’s been exactly one year since the old man went over. I don’t have a ton of regrets, as we had a great relationship once I had moved out and grown up, but we didn’t have a close relationship during my younger, formative years. If there’s one way in which I did better than he did, it’s that, as I worked hard to stay close and communicative with my two kids when they were young.

    On the other hand, he had nine kids and a mondo-stressful job as a GM executive, to go with an anxiety-prone wife and the societal stressors of the Sixties and Seventies. My older brother (their baby) decided to flunk out of his first try at Michigan, and was promptly drafted. My four much-older sisters wore hot pants and beads, and had long-haired boyfriends picking them up at the house. Had I been my Dad, I doubt if I would have survived. Oh, and I was no picnic as a teen. With three more younger brothers coming up to bat. Full disclosure. 😉

    Miss you both!

    http://tinyurl.com/omc5sh6

    • Pakimon says:

      Octo, sorry about your loss but rest assured he’s in a better place.

      On another note, at least your sisters didn’t parade around in hand knit bikinis that were “in vogue” back in the late 60’s/early 70’s.

      Those things were designed to make fathers’ heads explode. 😆

      • dwells38 says:

        Yup. It was crazy growing up in the ’70s with girls in hip huggers and tiny short shorts and no bras. I wasn’t gettin’ that much in my teens but I could sure see a lot of what I wasn’t getting. LOL!

        My daughters where little booty shorts around the house that show their asses because they’re comfortable (they do p-90X) but it’s understood you would never where those out.

        My wife likes reruns of Love Boat, a show I have loathed for years. I never watched it because it just looked flat out retarded to me. However, whatching a few reruns I could see how they could get dads to watch the show. It was exemplary of the seventies permissiveness and gratuitous flesh showing. Since it was a cruise ship many scenes are at the pool, where the featured acresses and just random babes were in bikinis and wet and looking awsome. One episode had Charo in a skin tight body suit that was just mouth watering ass. That’s the best description I can think of. And I always hated Charo with that retard accent. Another had Adrian Barbeaux, a woman that makes my nostrils flare at the mere mention of her name, she was so frickin’ hot. Each show features a list of old B list actors like Forrest Tucker or Dan Rowen or Julliette Mills or Don Adams or Ross Martin. Actors you liked and remembered from old shows or movies. It pretended some moral angle by the end but it was really about sex and nakedess. That’s the ’70s for ya.

  23. Juan Epstein says:

  24. Octopus says:

    I heard this joke the other day, from a libturded news-scat. It was accompanied by the statement, “If you thought the gun-nuts’ defense of George Zimmerman with the ‘Stand your ground’-law were insane, wait’ll you get a load of this Florida insanity.” I was moved to call in with a detailed response, whereby I explained patiently that the defense of Zimmerman never included the “Stand your ground”-law, as it wasn’t applicable in this case, being that Z was down on the ground having his head pounded against the cement at the time of his impolite refusal to accept death at that time. I did not call in, as I was more tired than moved.

    Gus, you might consider sucking off a mouse in your garage. Give the l’il creature a teaspoon or so of wine first, to get him in the mood, and ease his angst. Don’t try to force him to reciprocate! He’s too little. Find the cat. I think he’s hiding behind the lawnmower.

    • dwells38 says:

      I wonder when honest liberal Democrats (as GZ is) will figure out Progressives would rather see them dead than coarse, violent ghetto thugs get their commupance. The trumped up cause of teen criminals like Trayvon is much more useful than some community positive loser like GZ. Community watch captain? Mentor to black kids? Gimme a break. What a tool.

      Welcome to Idiocracy.

  25. Octopus says:

    Greenwald is an abusive porn-enthusiast. And a Libertarian, who poisons everything.

    • Pakimon says:

      That’s like when @Green_Footballs posted comments saying that picture of Weiner’s dick was his or when he posted comments that a menu board was actually a laptop or when he posted comments saying the Tennessee state flag was a nazi flag.

      Now those are “Flashbacks”.

      Um, wow. 😆

    • dwells38 says:

      Who knew Chunk was such a prude! What he’s calling abuse porn is just fantasy porn acted out by adult actresses who seem to enjoy what they’re doing. They are given ample oppurtunity to opt out. Do I approve? It’s irrelevant. It’s going to happen in a free society. I wouldn’t want my daughters doing movies like that but if they decided to, I wouldn’t want them or those involved going to jail for it.

      GG’s well thought out points follow below which Chunk wouldn’t have the intellect or the balls to successfully counter. Basically GG turns the argument around and says if you think women who willfully play a sexual victim in a fantasy movie are real victims then you must think you’re superior to the these adult, self-controlled women and are the real misogynists.

      As usual, Chunk has rely on mischaracterizing GG’s argument pretending GG is just a craven fan of “abuse porn”.

      Chunk, give it up. You can’t think and no one is interested in your trumped up lies and stupidity posing as ideas.

      Glenn Greenwald says:
      October 10, 2008 at 9:19 am
      You have this exactly backwards. You’re the one who is drowning in misogyny and contempt for women.

      These are ADULT women appearing in these films. Nobody — not them or even the Government — claims they were forced to do anything against their will. In fact, the article I linked to included this: “The person that was involved in the conduct sat [in court] with a smile on her face and wrote your honor a letter saying, ‘Judge, this was a beautiful part of my life.’”

      I have enough respect for adult women that I think they are entitled to make choices for their own lives without my interfering and trying to condescendingly tell them that I know better than they do. I don’t need to see the films precisely because nobody claims that the films either (a) involve minors or (b) involve acts against anyone’s will.

      These are adults engaged in consensual acts with one another, and I don’t need to watch what they choose to do to pass judgment on it and decide if they made the right choices. I think adult women are free to make those choices for themselves. That’s what “respect” means. Where women are concerned, it’s obviously what you lack.

      You think women are fragile little creatures who have no autonomy and need to be protected from themselves. That is pure contempt for women and I don’t share it.

      If you believe that women are too weak and confused to make decisions for their own lives, then that’s your right to think that. But don’t pretend that you have respect for women, or that those who do respect and believe in their freedom to choose for themselves are somehow the misogynistic ones.

      • Pakimon says:

        Chunky has been reduced to throwing out “click bait” in order to try and get somebody (other than bubbleheaded morons) to pay attention to him.

        He’s betting that his “followers” are too lazy and stupid to actually check out Greenwald’s comments and their context.

  26. Octopus says:

    Man In Black. How come Dear Fatass never plays any of his stuff?

    • dwells38 says:

      Because Chunk has no morals or ethics or sense of right and wrong that isn’t sliding or constantly subject to a worthless PC relativeness so Johnny Cash doesn’t appeal to him.

  27. Pakimon says:

    I can’t even… 😆

    • Pakimon says:

      Looking at the sidebar at 4 AM, six out of Gus’ last ten tweets are RTs. I’m amazed because usually at this time he’s so drunk, all his his tweets are RTs. 😆

    • Because olo olololo ololololololo hahahaha hohohoho lolol lolololol says:

      .

  28. Pakimon says:

    Maybe you should try Googling before you RT those memes all over Twitter next time.

    What an imbecile. 😆

  29. dwells38 says:

    Now back to trying to get Glen Greenwald to notice me.

    For more information on these obsessed stalkers, see: Rodan Exposed: The Shocking Audio lgf.bz/HnEpu8

    • Octopus says:

      Glenn’s too busy rolling around on piles of cash, TV-invites and Twitter-followers to notice Dear Fatass. Poor Chunky! 😦 (literally)

  30. trebob says:

    Dwells, don’t go all hater on Charo. Although she got on TV by being a ditzy latin tart, she is one of the premier Flamenco guitarists in the world (I know shocking right?).

    • Octopus says:

      Wow, she’s really something. I had no idea she played guitar. Cuchi-cuchi! 🙂

      • trebob says:

        And you can easily tell why she went with Charo after you see what her full name is. 🙂

        Charo is short for Rosario, her given name of Maria Rosario Pilar Martinez Molina Baeza. Born in the town of Murcia, Spain, Charo learned to play the guitar at an early age and studied under the world-famous master of Flamenco guitar, Andrés Segovia. Becoming a recording artist in her early teens, Charo appeared in the Spanish film classic “Don Juan Tenorio” and was featured in a children’s television show that brought her to the attention of famed Latin bandleader Xavier Cugat. Charo joined Cugat’s band and traveled to Las Vegas where the band played in all the major casinos, including Caesar’s Palace, The Flamingo and The Tropicana.

        http://www.charo.com/?page_id=14

    • rightymouse says:

      You wanna see Flamenco? I gots your Flamenco right here. 🙂

    • dwells38 says:

      Nice. Yeah I can’t really blame her. If she were just a guitarist demanding to be taken seriously she never would have made it to Johnny Carson and Vegas. The great playing, ditzy act, singing and smokin’ bod were all put together for maximum entertainment appeal and long term giggability.

  31. Juan Epstein says:

    Bookahzi.

    Much read.

    • Juan Epstein says:

      By 10 p.m. on Sept. 11, 2012, when Hillary Clinton received a call from President Obama, she was one of the most thoroughly briefed officials in Washington on the unfolding disaster in Benghazi, Libya.

      She knew that Ambassador Christopher Stevens and a communications operator were dead, and that the attackers had launched a well-coordinated mortar assault on the CIA annex, which would cost the lives of two more Americans. She had no doubt that a terrorist attack had been launched against America on the anniversary of 9/11.

      However, when Hillary picked up the phone and heard Obama’s voice, she learned the president had other ideas in mind. With less than two months before Election Day, he was still boasting that he had al Qaeda on the run. If the truth about Benghazi became known, it would blow that argument out of the water.

      “Hillary was stunned when she heard the president talk about the Benghazi attack,” one of her top legal advisers said in an interview. “Obama wanted her to say that the attack had been a spontaneous demonstration triggered by an obscure video on the Internet that demeaned the Prophet Mohammed.”

  32. Octopus says:

    We still dig ya, baby!

    Hey, y u no send Stabby-Poo here no more? We miss-a him!

  33. Octopus says:

    “Woke up, it was a Greenwald morning…”

    Chunky’s brain sure does like to stay “focused.” 😆

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  35. Because gee, that's magnesium of you, Goos says: