Charles shows his racist colors

Charles shows his racist colors in this comment.

Black tea Party

In the world of Charles Johnson, all Blacks must be progressives. This is attitude of a racist white Progressive who view Blacks as their minions. It’s a disgusting attitude and next time Charles screams racism, he should look at the mirror.


95 Comments on “Charles shows his racist colors”

  1. Voltaire's Crack says:

    And if it was all white he’d have an issue.

    And if there was a single “token” black person on the panel that would also be an outrage.

    Tea Party !!RaC!!11ISt11! no matter what.

    Confirmation bias hard at work.

  2. Because says:

    In Chucky’s world, Herman Cain was supposed to deliver the pizzas, not run the company.

  3. Juan Epstein says:

    More black people on that panel than in your gated community you privileged non ethnicity.

    Even your name is vanilla.

    • Because says:

      Actually, I knew a black guy in school named Johnson. I think there were several. I distinctly remember a prank he an I pulled in Mr. Carrell’s science class. That was back when they still has the ‘board of education’. I remember us laughing our paddled butts off after that.

      The ‘board’. Good times. A rite of passage. That was when and how a boy became a man.

      • Octopus says:

        There are so many black Johnsons in Detroit, it’s actually a joke amongst black Detroiters. They talk about “East Side Johnsons,” as a pejorative for some of the rougher elements on the hard side in the city.

  4. Octopus says:

    One of the things Chunky McDumbth used to be duped about, was race:

    But they’re going to have to explain this speech by Obama from June 5, 2007 at Hampton University, lavishing praise on Rev. Wright in a way that makes it very clear that Obama was a close personal friend.

    This close friend of Barack Obama also joined Louis Farrakhan on a trip to Libya and met with Muammar Gaddafi in 1984, right around the time Obama would have first met Rev. Wright. Has anyone ever asked Obama for his opinion about that trip?

    OMG, so racist!!1!

  5. trebob says:

    They are all bigots and racists over at Little Green Footballs. It’s all they know. If it isn’t outright in your face racism, like Charles is displaying here, it’s the soft racism of low expectations. Either way, it separates and divides which is exactly what the progressives want. Never let a crisis go to waste, especially the ones you can gen up from nothing.

  6. Octopus says:

    This black-on-black racism might make Chunky’s huge head explode, if it hasn’t already. Big ol’ head on that cracker, face be lookin’ like the fatty side of a slab of corned beef!

  7. Because the amazing wit of Güs says:

    • trebob says:

      But the Nazis thought they were statist socialists. Too bad Old Gus wasn’t around to straighten them out back in the the day.

  8. Because officer Chunky's donut shop and police acadamy says:

    • Arachne says:

      Pa-the-tic. They’re rioting, looting and throwing molotov cocktails and rocks at the police, and Fartface reads the Boy Scout Handbook.

      However, and this is a BIG however, if he comes out against Greenwald’s shameless blaming of Israel for the police in Ferguson, I’m on Charles’ side.

      • Because says:

        If Chunk ends up being right about something it’s because he can’t keep up with fast developing stories, and has to ad-lib (!) without guidance from MediaMatters. If he’s right, it’s a Fluke.

      • Daedalus says:

        Greenwald is blaming Israel for Ferguson? WTF?

    • trebob says:

      Charles is referencing liberal websites of course as many are trumpeting this same list of principles but what he probably doesn’t know, because you’d have to read past the headline, is that these 9 Peelian principles are nearly 200 years old. Interesting that #7 seems to be at odds with the anti-2nd amendment crowd.

      Peelian Principle 7 – “Police, at all times, should maintain a relationship with the public that gives reality to the historic tradition that the police are the public and the public are the police; the police being only members of the public who are paid to give full-time attention to duties which are incumbent on every citizen in the interests of community welfare and existence.”

      Hmm, “the public are the police” and we should all, at least part of the time, pay attention to our civic duties for the benefit of the community. I’m sensing a pretty large disconnect here. So Charles is encouraging others to perform the jobs of the police, without special training or oversight. Strange that.

  9. Octopus says:

    I understand the Unicorn Messiah is going to speak about Ferguson today, as well as the situation in Iraq, where we now have boots on the ground in the form of “advisors.” Hoo boy, the Law Of Unintended Consequences is screaming from the bowels of Hades about that…but what are you gonna do? Let ISIS slaughter tens of thousands of innocent civilians?

    I don’t envy the failed President’s job in either of these situations. I can’t imagine him saying anything about Ferguson that will help the situation, without inflaming one group or another. Maybe he wants to send in the Guard, which might be the thing to do right now, before all-out crazy takes over. It would be better if he just assured the People that there is going to be a full-on investigation of the shooting, with the proper consequences meted out.

    Yesterday I said something cynical about the Race Brothers being unconcerned with black-on-black violence, compared to the way they leap into action for certain white-on-black killings. It’s a true thing, and I still think it’s disgraceful, destructive hypocrisy, but that doesn’t change the fact that this case in Ferguson needs to be turned inside-out, and all the facts made public ASAP. I watched Brown’s buddy tell his story last night on CNN, and I’m not totally discounting his view of events. He was quite believable. I want to hear the cop’s side, too. Directly.

    • Arachne says:

      I agree, but I want the police to have all their fact-ducks in a row before they do any of this. The friend’s story, if it’s the same one I heard before, is horrific because if true, there is no way this is anything short of MURDER. Like I said earlier, this isn’t Mesherle and the mistaken taser. If that story is true, there is no difference between this cop and a thug doing a drive-by in Chicago.

      That being said, I don’t care how pissed off you get – and yes, absolutely you can gather in the streets to project your anger – that’s what the “freedom of assembly” grant in the First Amendment is very much about. You DO NOT, however, have the right in that assembly to destroy the property of another, steal, loot, maim, threaten and/or injure anyone else.

      Gays in San Francisco conducted themselves peacefully after the assassinations of Moscone and Milk – anyone who has ever seen the video of the candlelight march from the Castro to City Hall the night it happened – 25,000 people – can attest to that. They crossed the line the night of the verdict when they went on a rampage – destroying property, vandalism and looting (yes they DID loot the businesses near Civil Center).

      • Daedalus says:

        There are alot of wrongs with Ferguson. The looters/rioters are wrong and have stained the peaceful protestors. The Police using Military style gear, tear gassing people on their own property and arresting journalists are wrong. The Left making this a race issue, when in fact we should be having a national discussion about the Police becoming paramilitray units is being drowned out. Now Obama getting involved is wrong becasue this is a local issue that should be handled by the Governor.

        There are so many wrongs, that is mind boggling and the noise drowns out some serious discussion as nation we should be having about the relationship between the police and citizens.

        People like Charles are not helping.

  10. Octopus says:

    What’s bad about it, Fatass? That they got it before you did? I mean, you would have posted it to the heavens immediately, crowing like a rooster on ‘roids.

    • Because says:

      The FPD has already stated that:

      1) It’s not the guy, and
      2) No such person is on the FPD force.

      But go ahead, and sick the dogs on some schmo. It wouldn’t be the first time (remember Zimmerman’s false address tweet?). After all, it’s for social justice. Burn the witch.

    • Arachne says:

      Yea, I’m sure you’ll be just effing HEARTBROKEN when something happens to him or his family.

      BTW idiot, not releasing the name is not an effing “cover up.” Changing the FACTS is a cover up. You know, like saying that a video caused the killing of our ambassador in Benghazi.

      Try to keep up.

  11. Arachne says:

    By the way, it’s time to round up these little Anon shits and haul their asses into jail. If our effing investigative agencies can’t do it, perhaps it’s time to put some clemency on hackers currently serving time and getting them on it,

    • trebob says:

      Offer BB a chance to get out. Bet he’d sing like he was on stage at Radio City.

    • Because says:

      If we’re going to do that, I think Issa should offer blanket immunity to any of the techs involved with the IRS (and all the other agencies who have destroyed evidence) hard disks, if they sing about who gave the orders.

      • Arachne says:

        Yes – now that’s an immunity deal I could get behind. I am not in favor of giving immunity to Lerner – I think the reason that those emails were destroyed were that they showed White House complicity.

      • Because says:

        However – if you give her immunity, she can’t claim the 5th anymore. That’s the argument, anyway.

        After the election, Obama’s going to pardon her, anyway. Just watch.

      • Arachne says:

        That’s absolutely true. But you also can’t send her ass to jail. Where it so totally belongs.

      • Because who farted? says:

        I’m nowhere near as concerned that she goes to jail as I am that this blows up into a political stink as big as a Gus fart. She’s a guppy. The IRS, OTOH, may end up wearing this stinking dead fish around their necks for decades.

        Big picture.

  12. Because no shirt, Shylock? says:

  13. Because is that what you call that? says:

    • Arachne says:

      1. Buy pot pie
      2. Buy Sterno
      3. Grab free internet at Starbucks

    • Octopus says:

      He had “errands” yesterday, too. I would love to get a peek at his “To Do” list.

      1. Poop behind garage, throw feces in neighbor’s yard to blame on dog.
      2. Rummage through dumpsters on way to liquor store, looking for returnables and breakfast.
      3. Steal some Sterno from hardware store.
      4. Check urinals and streets for good salted tobacco.
      5. Hurry home to man the Tweet Center!

      • Arachne says:

        Uh, no offense (since I have only 672 followers m’self) but really Gus, thousands of people aren’t hanging on your every word on Twitter that they give two shits about your so-called “outbursts” – I imagine many people have forgotten they even follow you so they don’t know enough to unfollow when your nonsense shows up in their timelines.

  14. Because this says:

  15. Arachne says:

    Am I missing something here? Haven’t SWAT teams always had armored vehicles? I know it seems a little on the silly side to go there, but isn’t one of the classic lines in the original “Die Hard” the following said during the initial SWAT assault on the building:

    “Well, well, what have we here, gentlemen? Un, the police seem to have themselves an RV.”

    • Because says:

      The issue has less to do with the vehicles than the military guns, and with SWAT being used for something other than traditional SWAT situations. SWAT is for dangerous hostage situations, not serving protection orders and drug raids, etc. And if you’re going to do that, make sure the people you’re looking for are actually living there, and didn’t move out 6 months ago.

      A couple kilos of pot is a pretty poor reason for 100 rounds of ammo through the front door, resulting in a couple of dead kids and a dead dog. “No knock” raids just beg for a lot of dead bystanders.

      • Octopus says:

        Pot should be legalized already. The majority of Americans are in favor of decriminalization, so let’s get on with it. It’s not a harmless drug, and it is psychologically addicting, along with being bad for developing young brains…so what? Alcohol is worse on all counts, and we celebrate it lustily.

        Already the Mexican cartel is feeling the pinch financially, according to a story the other day. How is that not GREAT news? Free the weed!

      • Because says:

        The Washington State Liquor Control Board, who’s tasked with regulating pot, still hasn’t completely issued all the regs. A lot of these pot hippies, who think government regulation of fracking is a great thing, are starting to get an education in trying to do business under a pile of government regs.

        “What do you mean, I can’t use a washing machine to process food grade pot? I’ve been doing it for years!”

      • Octopus says:

        Heheh…that’s not too disgusting, considering how many (all) Pacific Northwest washing machines must be teeming with mold and other cute little organisms. Food-grade, indeed! 😯

    • Octopus says:

      Police in urban areas have had armored vehicles for decades, along with trained SWAT teams. It’s nothing new or frightening.

      I’m all for restraint, up to the point where the crowd gets violent and starts destroying property. Then you have to step in, hard. Tear-gas and rubber bullets are a good way to disperse a crowd.

  16. Octopus says:

    For the record, I’m all for people having different opinions on tricky topics like this one. There are good arguments to be made on all sides, regarding the proper role of police in a free country.

  17. Because poopy pants says:

    • Arachne says:

      Charlie doesn’t read. Is this coming as a surprise to anybody?
      Because he sure as hell can’t write, either.

      • OLT's Shamu, Shamu, Homina Homina Homina Homina says:

        He don’t surf, either, thanks to the busybodies who keep rolling him back into the ocean. But the fish snax are good.

      • Because says:

        It’s a lot more humane to roll him back in alive than do what they did in Oregon after one of his uncles beached.

      • OLT's Kaboom, Kaboom says:

        That whale should’ve been processed for oil and the meat shipped to the Japanese.

        #RealGreen #NoWaste #DontBlowBlubber

      • Because says:


        No BJ for Chunky.

      • Arachne says:

        Chuck’s in trouble. The Nisshan Maru and the The Sea Shepherds are fighting it out on his front lawn.

        (Which is I guess GOOD news if you were hoping for a new season of Whale Wars)

    • Octopus says:

      Nice comeback, Chunky.

  18. Because stalkerz killz says:

    • Octopus says:


    • Arachne says:

      I would love to make a comparison sometime between the number of times in a week anyone that would be classified as a “stalker” actually tweets Fartcheeks versus the number of times he tweets about Greenward, or Hoft or even Twitchy.

      And besides, doesn’t he have all of you blocked so that your tweets can’t get through. In Fartcheeks world, you’re not even allowed to put his name in your tweets?

      • Because says:

        The good news is he seems to have more-or-less forgotten about Pam. She needs a stalker like him like I need hemorrhoids. I’m glad she’s getting a respite.

    • Arachne says:

      Yes, please remove Chen Zen. I work overtime not to know how they’re making fun of me.

  19. Because yeah says:

  20. Arachne says:

    Interesting – on Twitter just now, Globe and Mail is saying Robin Williams’ wife is claiming he was in early stages of Parkinson’s Disease.

    • Octopus says:

      The more I think about Williams and his final act, the sadder it becomes. I mean, if a guy with his talent, resources, wealth and access to the best care can’t be helped out of a suicidal depression, no wonder so many people lose the same battle, all the time. It’s a deadly disease. I’m glad it doesn’t run in my family.

      I was watching some of his routines on Youtube earlier, and I think I have to revise my opinion on him being overrated. I was bored with his leftist politics and Bush-bashing, but he really was a unique performer. His stream of consciousness, stream of characters/ideas became an expected thing from him, but nobody else ever did it remotely like him. He didn’t delve into the deeply personal very often, but when you recognize that his long bits on addictive substances were really about his own struggles, you see that he was revealing as much of himself as he was able. He played some very depressed, subdued characters in his later films, and you know he was mining his own pain for those. I think I’m going to give a couple of those “serious” films a closer look.

      • Arachne says:

        Octo – don’t beat yourself up about your earlier comments, my friend. I know a lot of people who expressed the same sentiment about him as well.

      • Octopus says:

        I’m open to revising my opinions on performers, and I really try not to discount people just on the basis of their politics. I haven’t heard one person say anything remotely bad about Robin, personally, since he died. I remember some comedians used to slam him for stealing bits, but others came to his defense, saying that everyone steals from everyone, constantly. Williams spent years living in comedy clubs, and honing his art — of course he picked up ideas and riffs from others. They all do, he just did it better than everyone else, as Marc Maron put it in his moving tribute the other day. Maron is a bitter old lefty comic who’s been reborn as a podcast-interviewer of just about everyone in show-biz — I’ve listened to many of his interviews.

        I also recall Williams taking some heat for dumping his wife for the nanny, who went on to become a Hollywood producer herself, divorcing Williams a couple years back. We don’t know any of the details about his romantic life, but three marriages is par for the Hollywood course, if not on the low side. He wasn’t known as a womanizer, and he has a good relationship with his kids, from all reports. I think he was a genuinely good guy.

  21. Pakimon says:

    Gus hasn’t tweeted in three hours.

    You don’t suppose he got himself trapped in a dumpster, do you?

    Maybe he got his head stuck somewhere and is shrieking and flailing his arms wildly.

    Personally, I think his dudebro neighbors caught him taking a dump in their yard and he’s hanging on a fence post by the elastic of his skidmarked underwear enduring the Mother of All Wedgies. 😆

    • Because says:

      I think he’s out in his neighbor’s dog’s poop field, contemplating the meaning of life and Twitter again.

    • Octopus says:

      That’s a funny. 😆

      Hope you’re okay, Gus. Wiggle down off that fence, toss those skidders in the dishwasher and get back on the horn, pronto! The twitterverse feels so empty, without your sage words of wisdom and whimsy.

  22. Arachne says:

    And priceless from Iowahawk:

    “Endorsed: “Have the feds take back all the armored vehicles they’ve given to police… and send them to the Kurds.”

  23. Because liar, liar, pants on fire says:

  24. Because The Donkey Show comes to Mo. says:

    • Octopus says:

      Roll some of these bitches, as soon as we get the black paint applied:

      Also, I want three black-painted drones circling the skies over Ferguson, armed with Hellfire missiles and Brimstone Gas.

      • Because biff! pow! zammo! says:

        Tell Cap’n Roger-Dodger Güs he can fly the drones, and he’ll be back from his ‘errands’ in a blink.

    • trebob says:

      Uh, this is a local matter and if it needs escalating it can become a county or state matter and the President can sit down, shut up and mind his own affairs (for a change). Surely there are enough things lounging on his desk that he doesn’t need to stop golf for this one.