Charles Johnson Smacks Himself Down… Again.

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Sorry, Charles. It does.

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Charles, what is you sick obsession with Jim Hoft?

[Hat tip to Because here we go.]


48 Comments on “Charles Johnson Smacks Himself Down… Again.”

  1. Arachne says:

    Chucky’s big problem is he read headlines and first paragraphs on INTERNET articles and never stops to think, oh, I don’t know, that they might just have gotten a detail or two wrong.
    I’ll give him credit for one thing, though — at least he didn’t mistake orange ear plugs for “rubber bullets” like Ryan Reilly at HuffPo.

  2. Because says:

    Chunk must be packing his bags for St. Louie right now. Holder is going to need his forensic expertise. He can produce a throbbing gif of the corpse or something like cool flash animations or something that’ll crack the case wide open.

  3. Because Progturd moron beclowns self says:

    Chunk’s major problem is that he’s a Progturd liar that will perpetuate a lie even after the contradicting facts are common knowledge to everyone. I just don’t know if he’s doing that because someone like Soros is still paying handsomely or if it’s because of his hatefulness and vindictiveness toward the right bloggers who refused to follow him to race detective Crazytown.

    I have to say too, whether or not Ferguson’s PD is militarized officer Wilson himself was not militarized. For one, he was alone. And he had his police issued handgun only. No armor, no special weapons. I still don’t buy this compromising talk of the truth is somewhere between Dorian Johnson’s lies and Wilson’s account.

    First off, something was wrong with Michael Brown. He and Johnson must’ve fancied themselves gangsta thugs except without the guns. Brown steals and assaults a store clerk to get some C-gars for blunts. Then walks in the middle of the street after committing robbery? Then defies the cop telling him get out of the street after committing robbery? Then MB shoves his door closed, then shoves Wilson into the car. And a corroborating audio that at some point they are both in the car. Until I see otherwise I’m going to assume Wilson’s life flashed before him as he could see a large and dangerous perp going for his gun. I’m going assume the 6 year police veteran followed procedure and the dumb thug made mistake after mistake out of ignorance and hubris.

    • Daedalus says:

      It’s going to be a he said, she said. There is that audio that claims Brown went at the cop. Then where is a Twitter feed from that day and close to the time of the shooting that claims Brown turned around to surrender and was shot. It’s very possible and likely the truth lies in between. Neither the cop nor Brown are innocent. But the shooting is not what pisses me off.

      My beef was the actions of the Police dressed like an Army tear gassing Americans and arresting journalists. If they went after the looters, who were out of towners fine. But they went after people who expressing their constitutional rights to protest. That bothers me and the whole militraization crap needs to be discussed. If the result of Ferguson is a national discussion about police powers, then some positive will come out of this.

      Unlike the Left, the Right is not monolithic and we can agree to disagree some times.

      • It’s funny I remember all the debate in the 90’s about the cops being outgunned by the drug lords and mobs and whatnot. Like the police weren’t really going to be effective against all that without some military element.

        Perhaps its all in the deployment.

      • ISpeakJive says:

        I agree talking about it is always good. Would the protests have ended a lot earlier if the residents didn’t see it as a fight? Would it have gotten a lot worse if it hadn’t been nipped in the bud by teargas?
        Hard for me to say not being there or knowing anything at all about black communities.

        One thing, tho- I don’t trust any of the people on the ground reporting to not have an agenda.

      • dwells38 says:

        Yup and to Chen’s point too. I think it’s a little like how years ago a rookie NFL QB had to take a few years because the college and pro games were so different. Esp for that role. But the NFL tactics and techniques have long ago crept into the college game so they’re not so different now. Some rookies can make the transition right away. Same with urban guerilla military tactics. The police started to study them and saw ways to apply them to attain objectives while minimizing danger to officers and civilians. Overwhelming force, hardened defenses and speed can give a huge advantage in defusing a situation. But of course there are always unforseen consequences. And especially in the wrong hands such as dictators and totaliarian thug regimes.

      • Bunk X says:

        Fire tear gas canisters to disperse a mob, then control where the wind blows. Doesn’t work that way, bro.

  4. Daedalus says:

    Hoft and Charles both have an agenda. Neither one is seeking the truth. Neither of them are seeing the big picture of the militarization of the police.

  5. Daedalus says:

    I read that some Anarchists were the one throwing Molotov cocktails last nigh in Ferguson.

    • Arachne says:

      Yeah, they were, and shooting people. You had this moron Chris Hayes from MSNBC tweeting out that there was a dead body in the street. Except there wasn’t. Yeah, it was all Kumbaya for one night until more Black Panthers and the Oscar Grant Outrage Road Show showed up for another round of violence and store freebies.

      So now you have the National Guard (who probably should have been called in the first place). And while they have significantly better military training than the days since Kent State, it’s still something to see on an American Street.

      Meanwhile, Obama is miffed the governor didn’t call him about activating the National Guard. This man has golfed every day and boggied the night away while a piece of Missouri was burning.

  6. JimboXL says:

    I’m sorry I can’t put them both on equal footing here. This isn’t like Joe Schmo untrained citizen with a gun and another guy. It’s a trained cop and a guy who appears to have committed robbery.

    • Well, a 6’4″ 300 lb. guy.

      Also, about 10% of police deaths are shot with their own gun. Unarmed suspects can be deadly.

      • JimboXL says:

        Despite all of MSNBC’s ranting and raving and the campaign to equate the cop and the other guy as both being at fault, my first instinct like a normal human being not living on the moon, would be to believe the cop more than the other guy who appeared to have committed a robbery beforehand. They’re trying to make this out like Martin v Zimmerman where they were both probably responsible by doing things they shouldn’t have done.

      • ISpeakJive says:

        I bet that was scarier than shit when the gun went off in the car. Talk about adrenaline. It’s a great big deal when a cop’s gun is fired.

      • Bunk X says:

        More people are killed with fists and feet than with guns or knives.
        Bureau of Labor & Statistics

  7. Arachne says:

    If the events that were unfolding weren’t so tragic on both sides, watching Johnson flail around trying to be a major player in the story would be worth the price of admission. I mean, does he even have a minion that lives in or near St. Louis that can give insight to, say, past problems between the residents of Ferguson and the police? Because I’m sure he used to. If this were happening before 2007, he would have had at least three temporary “operatives” at least who could give background on all of this, maybe even provide some first-person narrative. For instance, I know that everyone is saying that this has been going on for years, but I haven’t really heard or read any anecdotal evidence.

    But he has no one. He’s reduced to taunting people who are really discussing things among themselves, appearing on television, commenting and contributing to each other’s blogs and advancing the story (well, except for that moron Reilly over at Huff Po and in that case, Charles would have been in on the joke) – oh and getting excited because Wil Weaton retweeted him. To a bunch of mind-numbed Star Trek fans.

    This is a man who used to be mentioned to 20 million listeners.

  8. Minnow says:

    I would ALMOST feel sorry for Barry and his idiocy were he not SUCH a turd.

    Meanwhile, I don’t.

    Surf’s up Barry!

    (God, thinking back on that – knowing it is on tape “Surf’s up Barry.” – must be such a slap in the face to you Barry. It must hurt to think that you were a token white boy….. cuz….. you sure as shit ain’t a musician.)


  9. Octopus says:

    Wil Wheaton, the “Jar Jar Binks of the Star Trek Universe,” has a checkered history on Twitter. 😆

  10. Octopus says:

    “Okay, I can see now he was shot in the chest…but that is irrelevant!”

    Chunky fails in the execution. 😆

  11. Because ahem. says:

  12. Because bums will be persecuted says:

  13. Octopus says:

    It’s sad what long-term abuse of alcohol does to a person’s brain. The docs call it, “wet-brain.” It’s all puffy and squishy, like a rotten watermelon.

  14. Octopus says:

    Remember Chunky’s Outrageous Outrage at the All-Black Panel, last week?

    He gots da raciallest show all up in his head!

  15. Octopus says:

    CNN’s Sally Conehead doubling down on teh stupid, like our Chunky. 😆

    Full Sally:

  16. Because onose, is Dave trying to compete with Güs? says:

  17. Because mirror, mirror, on the wall... says:

  18. Because whomever could that be? says:

  19. Octopus says:

    He fell into the Josie Vortex! Closest he’s come to getting laid since 1987. 😆

    According to sources close to the investigation, the account given by Josie is essentially identical to the one that will be made public, based on the officer’s report and all available evidence. Yes, it stinks for your cockamamie hysterical story, Chunky. Blows it all to hell and gone.

  20. Octopus says:

    Those who would rather have the real military in Ferguson rather than the “militarized police,” now get their wish. We’ll see how it turns out. I predict trouble, but I hope not.

  21. swamprat says:

    3 ring circus
    Bad things are happening in the middle east
    and I don’t mean global warming

    • swamprat says:

      and now back to Ferguson where crowd of community organizers, activists, journalists, tea party supporters and politicians have hijacked a cause and are holding it for ransom.
      Two sky-writing planes, each from a different political party are engaged in a dog-fight, and traffic has been shut down on 6 city blocks due to the tremendous influx of t-shirt vendors and bumper ticket sellers.

      While a grieving mother and a scared cop second guess themselves for the 10,000th time and every politician, journalist and think tank work overtime to spin this to their advantage.


    • swamprat says:

      I’m praying for clouds of Ebola infected mosquitoes.