Dr. Charles F. Johnson, BFD, Declares Ebola A Non-Threat And Dismisses Andrew Cuomo As A Retro-Alarmist.

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Let’s look at Charles’ subtitles on the Ebola virus in sequence (and ignore that he stole and amateurishly modified the first image from “shutterstock”).

“When Blind Fear Determines Public Policy.”

Charles, when doctors and nurses, trained in fighting and preventing the spread of communicative diseases, are contracting an infectious disease with an unusually high mortality rate and a short incubation period, it seems that public policy is not determined by “blind fear” but by common sense and global septic practice.

“Pushing Back Against Ignorant Policy.”

When did the fight against disease become a left-wing / right-wing political battle?

“The Egregious Dishonesty Of A Right Wing Smear Merchant Continues.”

Did he reject your amorous advances, too? Damn, Charles. You just can’t win.

“The Walk Back.”

Oh wait. Cuomo’s a democrat. Must’ve been a typo, or maybe he’s just as nervous about an uncontrollable virus outbreak in a densely populated US city as the rest of us folk who were whelped with only one pair of xy chromosomes.

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Q: Even the ulta-libs don’t believe what Dear Leader is telling us about Ebola (or anything else) so what does that make you, Charles?

A: A pantload.

 

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110 Comments on “Dr. Charles F. Johnson, BFD, Declares Ebola A Non-Threat And Dismisses Andrew Cuomo As A Retro-Alarmist.”

  1. Pakimon says:

    Who is he kidding? he won’t last the night. The urge to fling feces like some sort of bloated, attention starved, ponytailed chimpanzee is just too great. 😆

  2. Pakimon says:

    *facepalm*

    How many hours did it take for Chunky to come up with that “gem”?

    Besides, I recall Chunkles’ handful of minions being “dubbed’ that years ago.

    The problem was, it was so weak and lame, it never stuck.

    Leave it to the Corpulent Jazzy Ponytail to dust it off and claim it as his own. 😆

    • Pakimon says:

      I’m sure our favorite rotund ponytailed Twitterwarrior has noticed that Chuck C. is fast closing in on his follower count and it’s making him peevish.

      The day Chuck C’s follower count passes Chunky’s count will be a day of epic shrieking and squealing from the direction of Culver City. 😆

  3. Pakimon says:

    Well, that “muting” didn’t last long…

    Of course the fat ponytailed imbecile will claim it isn’t evening but early morning so he’s off the hook. 😆 🙄

    • Pakimon says:

      Notice how Chunkles is compelled to preface every bleat about Chuck C. with a photo of him holding a scary gun?

      I guess he figures it’ll give his vapid “followers” a case of the vapors every time. 😆

  4. Pakimon says:

    Meanwhile, Gus has an epiphany while huddled and shivering in the garage as he stares at the remains of an expired Banquet chicken pot pie and his malfunctioning VirginMobile Obamaphone.

    Yes it is, Gus.

    Especially when you’re broke and unemployed. 😆

  5. KGB says:

    Of all Chunk’s obsessions — Vlaams Blang, Spencer, Geller, Breitbart, Palin, etc. — this one seems the strangest. I mean, isn’t it odd and creepy that he seems to have fixated on Chuck Johnson simply because they share the same name? It’s like something out of Stephen King or M.R. James. I don’t see this ending well.

  6. trebob says:

    Looks like Charles’ buddies are trying to regulate him. Well, to be honest, they want to regulate “others” speech, not their own but rules have consequences. didn’t pass this time, but they are gunning. It would be fun to be here reporting Charles every other day though. Remind him of why he left the right. 🙂

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/dems-on-fec-move-to-regulate-internet-campaigns-blogs-drudge/article/2555270

  7. Octopus says:

    I feel exactly the same way, Rooster. 😆

    • OLT's Because Creepy Old Guy says:

      I hope she has reinforced bras for the inevitable break-up and stalking.

      • Arachne says:

        I notice Itchy follows her – must be trying to convince her he’s a hip jazz musician under 50. Like his avatar. The new Sharmuta. Gets her to fly to Culver City. She shreiks and runs back on airplane when she sees The Incredible Bulk waddle toward her, wearing his trademark ballcap and greasy black shirt.

      • Because says:

        Tweet a warning. It’s the right thing to do.

  8. Octopus says:

    Things have taken a turn in the garage. 😈

  9. Octopus says:

    Any jibes regarding Dear Fatass’s meager follower-collection will be answered thusly. 😆

  10. Juan Epstein says:

    Dr. Yo has been in a self-imposed home quarantine for 15 years.

  11. Octopus says:

    This is so awesome. Amazing what a fine thing is a gun, in the hands of a defender, against a murdering Islamist nutjob. People are all celebrating Vickers as a hero. Does anyone else sense a certain disconnect? I mean, I’m looking forward to the Canadian pacifist who will be criticizing such public acclaim for the old boy, going all “Die Hard” on the “freedom fighter.”

    • OLT's O Canada, You Are So Big And Dumb says:

      It’s already happened. Multiple Canadians of their peculiar flavor of Progressivism (their motto is apparently “We’re NOT Americans!”) have been subtly complaining that the jihadist was “executed” by Sgt at Arms Vickers*.

      Apparently, even in a shootout, some Canadians expect the “suspect” to be taken alive, regardless of casualties.

      They’re also complaining about the horrible “backlash”, as some Canadians have apparently risen up in anger, grabbed their pitchforks and torches, and painted slogans on a mosque. My God, the humanity!

      Unfortunately, at least in the US, we know that the majority of these heartless paint attacks on peaceful Muslims are faked. Not sure about those pesky Canucks, though. One of ’em might even go so far as to write a sternly-worded letter!

      *Vickers is a PERFECT name for a Commonwealth man bearing arms. Just perfect.

      • Octopus says:

        Agreed on “Vickers.” First-rate! 🙂

        Those sure were a lot of bullet holes surrounding the target, though. Did he miss with the entire clip of his “automatic,” and execute the piece of dogshit with one lucky shot? 😉

    • OLT's Because Words Mean Things says:

      Well his pistol is an “automatic”, properly speaking, as the terminology goes back to revolver days.

      The unfortunate decline of the English language (including even technical terms) to serve the purposes of Progressive propaganda is unfortunate, but there are those of us in the Resistance still making futile attempts to let unaware people know that they are buying into a belief system when they adopt the language of the anti-rights enthusiasts and their Fascist enablers.

      I can even quibble with you on the use of “clip”; I would bet actual folding currency that Vickers’ pistol uses a magazine, which is not a clip (again, using the correct and undamaged definitions).

  12. inspector fromage says:

    I love it when Charles is a doctor

  13. Because says:

    Retro-alarmists?

  14. Octopus says:

    Krugman is drinking the same tainted Kool-Aid as McDumbth. 😆

    http://www.newser.com/story/197024/krugman-obama-one-of-our-best-presidents.html

    What color is the sky in their world?

    • OLT's Shut Up, Serfs says:

      He’s one of those 1%rs that have done very very well under Obama’s new old-fashioned crony capitalism.

      Wiping out the American “middle class” (Gawd how I hate that Marxist term) has been extremely profitable for the Elites.

    • Arachne says:

      And Ginger has reached 11K followers already. And I imagine he didn’t have to purchase them.

      Just for fun, see what percentage is dedicated to Jim Hoft…..

  15. windbag says:

    Let’s hope the nurse is okay. What if she isn’t? Will asshats like Chuckles admit that common sense and caution are warranted?

  16. Because says:

    How DARE a bum live like a bum…

  17. Because says:

    🙂 🙂 🙂

  18. JimboXL says:

    So do people infected by the non-quarantining doctors get to sue them for damages, incurred medical expenses, and if people die due to them not quarantining then can they be tried for manslaughter? If you return from a hot zone caring for infected patients then you know you are a risk to others until a certain amount of time has passed. Common sense, oh well.

  19. OLT's Because Words Mean Things says:

    • Octopus says:

      What is this, some kind of clip joint? 😡

      “He pranced through the yard naked, yelling ‘this is our day and you have to prosper in it,’” Woodruff told WTNH. “’ISIS sent me,’ and I was thinking, ‘Did something like this just land in my backyard?’ I ran in, got my gun out of the bedroom and realized as usual the ammunition is in my car locked in my glove box. I showed him the clip went in, but I always kept the gun at my side while I was talking to him. He kept saying this is the plan, that we were going to die today in a massacre. He didn’t seem to care that I had the gun, and I kept it down. Then I gave him a warning and shot the gun to the right into the dirt.”

      It does sound like something The War Tardis would pull. She should have shot a toe off, at least. Give the brat something to cry about. 😆

  20. Because homophobe says:

  21. Because really? says:

  22. rightymouse says:

    I can’t even….

    • Arachne says:

      Oh effing puleeeze asshat. The Left had PLENTY of problems with the CDC regarding AIDS. Of course, because it doesn’t fit your misguided and ignorant world view, it must be disregarded. You’re coming off more and more like an uneducated, incoherent dipwad. Hey how long are those “bought” followers good for?

      • rightymouse says:

        To Charlie, any criticism of government malfeasance by anyone from the right while Obama is President will get his ‘daddy bone’ in a twist. That’s when he’ll launch into reflexive infantalization of all gummint bodies from Obama on down.

      • poteen2 says:

        Anytime Charlie twits about something I’m reminded of Rainman. Maybe he’s talking to someone, maybe not. But he’s a very good blog driver. 🙂

    • Dudebro says:

      WTF is chuckles rambling about now? Has anybody on the right said there should be NO CDC? The CDC should be concerned with DISEASE, not gun ownership, or other progressive nonsense.

  23. Octopus says:

    The right wing sees the CDC as a wholly evil organization. The left has criticisms.

    I can’t even. 😆

  24. Abu teh Twitterignorant says:

    Is it possible Falls Off Bike can mute CCJohnson if he’s also blocked? At what point will CCJ be safe from he who mutes/unmutes? What if CCJ blocked/reported rabid Stalker Charles? Where does Twitter stand on all things frozen salmon recipe Johnson?

  25. Octopus says:

    A major part of Chunky’s mental illness is this lockstep waddling to the Soros backbeat, nowhere better illustrated than in the whole Ebola saga. The self-identified Liberal MSM has deemed ANY criticism of Obama’s administration’s response to the Ebola scare as some kind of ignorance-based panic, even though the CDC itself has changed its course and pronouncements on the situation several notable times.

    One thing we’ve come to know, is that you can’t trust this empty-suit poser-president with anything. We also know that Chunky is wrong about every issue, since 2009. This leads us to believe that Ebola is going to be a huge problem, much worse than advertised or admitted. I hope it fizzles out, obviously, but if it does, it won’t be anything to do with The Feckless One. It will be luck, that the virus hasn’t yet evolved into a fast-spreading contagion in cleaner Western conditions, unlike the filth of backwards Africa.

    “Hacklash” is such a good word. I must remember to use it in the future, when McDumbth is on a Media Matters elephant-walk.
    http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/ebola-hacklash_817092.html?nopager=1

  26. Because olo olololo hahahah hohohoh snorty snort pffffff hehehahaha says:

    • Octopus says:

      Five minutes later:

      “SN-AAAPP!”
      “OW! Why’d you snap my bra, you damn filthy pig?!”
      “Sorry, Amy. Habit.”
      “Get away from me!”
      “Racist bitch.”

      ….and he’s off.

      • livefreeor die says:

        Charles discussing intellectual honesty is a major joke.
        Just like the Cowboys tonight!
        Back to celebrating!

  27. swamprat says:

    Charles Johnson ‏@Green_Footballs 2h2 hours ago

    @amy10506 How sad. Intellectual honesty should be the goal of politics. Instead it’s a liability.
    View conversation 0 replies 0 retweets 0 favorites

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    Charles Johnson ‏@Green_Footballs 3h3 hours ago

    Right wingers want to throw Ebola suspects into camps, but the leading public health groups oppose mand. quarantine

    and we’re done

    • JimboXL says:

      Leading public health groups, which ones? The reality is, if African nations employed Obola’s and the prog pig boot lickers’ procedures, they could never hope to end the pandemic by their own actions. Nigeria certainly couldn’t have rid itself of Ebola or hope to maintain an infection free nation.

  28. JimboXL says:

    People rightly have a problem with the CDC because they are acting like a political arm of the Obola admin. They can’t even employ the most fundamental practices to ensure public safety. When you say travelers from a deadly hot zone should not be blocked because it might hurt African nations’ economies, then you are not a public health and safety organization anymore.

    When will the insanity end?

  29. livefreeor die says:

    The Redskins beat the Cowboys! The Redskins beat the Cowboys! No matter how much they suck this year, they beat the Cowboys so, to us Redskins’ fans, the season is now a SUCCESS!
    And to any PC lefties trolling:
    Redskins. Redskins! Redskins!
    Learn it! Live it! Love it!
    (Excuse me while I go back to quaffing adult beverages and dancing around the kitchen with my family as we celebrate!)

    • JimboXL says:

      Maybe they could change the name to the Washington Ebola.

    • Pakimon says:

      The Redskins beat the Cowboys?!

      As an Eagles fan still fuming about Sunday’s loss, All I can say is…

      • Octopus says:

        I am not going to laugh at anyone else, after the “Two Miracles In Two Weeks” phase of the Lions season. Something wicked this way comes, I know it. 😯

        Congrats to Redskin Nation, though. Beating the Cowboys, aka “America’s Team,” is striking a blow for something something related to Native American justice. I really had my hands full last night, consoling the Cowboys Cheerleaders. They were so sad. 😦

  30. kbdabear says:

    Another day and the Great Follower Surge is stalled at 11.3K, but today Ginger Johnson hit 11K to close within 300

    • Pakimon says:

      Keep an eye on the Twitterwarrior Theatre. We’ll know when Chuck C. passes the husky ponytailed blogger. 😆

      • Arachne says:

        I’m checking everytime I can. Ginger got mentions on both Rush Limbaugh and Mark Levin today. Itchy got NONE.

  31. Pakimon says:

    Gus is going into ‘Sad Clown” mode by trying to put up a brave front but inside he’s crying.., 😆

  32. Pakimon says:

    On the internet, no. On Twitter…hell yes!

    Watching Gus tweet is like watching a drunken geek bite the heads of chickens, but funnier. 😆

  33. Pakimon says:

    No wonder Gus has his skidmarked underwear in a bunch.

    In his quest to solve the mystery of the “floating objects”, he finds DoD right at the top of his Google search.

    The hilarious part is the only mention of Gus in that link is one offhand remark by me commenting about Gus playing Microsoft Drunk Simulator in between tweets.

    Then again, he may have noticed the Twitterwarrior Theatre sidebar.

    It must really irk him knowing that every imbecilic tweet he drunkenly farts out gets pipelined to the “stalker blog” for scrutiny and critique. 😆

  34. Pakimon says:

    Er…no… You’d be a bad political adviser because you’re an idiot.

    Advising candidates to show some guts and not back down double-down then triple-down on stupid wouldn’t help what little credibility you have left. 😆

  35. Pakimon says:

    Chunky’s last tweet of the night before he waddles off to bed and he’s reaching for the stars.

    I can imagine him dreaming of waking up to the sound of his Obamaphone ringing furiously and it being Greta begging him to come on Fox News for an exclusive interview and The White House clamoring for him to come to Washington D.C. for a secret strategy meeting with the President.

    Alas, the only thing waking him from his slumber is the usual baritone honk of a wayward “brown note” emanating from his backside. 😆

    • Octopus says:

      It’s a damn shame she couldn’t just play along and be black, in order to help with the narrative. Making the quarantine racist is just good dramatic theatah. After all, “Ebola” is from “ebony,” just like “ebonics.” All good racist stuff.

  36. KGB says:

    More bad news for the I Love Science Sexually crowd.

    U.S. Having Its Coolest Year on Record. At least Charles can rationalize that additional 10-15 lbs. of blubber he added in 2014.

    • Pakimon says:

      Poor Chunkles.

      They have diet Mountain Dew, why can’t they come out with diet Cheetos?

    • Octopus says:

      The Warmenistas will counter that with a NASA-quoting article in Mother Jones, stating unequivocally that this has been, “The Hottest Year Since Years Were Invented By Science.”
      Just wait a minute, it’s in the pipeline.

      • Because says:

        Both hottest and lowest are in the data, if you stare at it long enough. Just like if you stare at a slice of toast long enough, you can see Mohammed, Buddha, or Mary, depending on what you want to see.

    • Doppel milyo says:

      because you see this is why.
      all the polar ice melted and it , like, cooled things and shit

      the warming made it colder, see

      because Koch brothers

  37. Octopus says:

    Group therapy at the swamp, with Dr. Lewd-Wank Von Spankit. Note the author of “Why I Parted Ways With My Right Mind” at the right, sensing a disconnect.

  38. ISpeakJive says:

    Chunky tweeted yet again on the 21 day vs. 42 day incubation period being just us dummies reading the WHO report wrong, as morons like us are wont to do.

    Well, looks like perhaps we do know how to read, and Mr. Science N’ Shit is yet again just an ignorant drone for the hive-mind. Surprise!

    Note: He really shouldn’t push ANYTHING with math involved. This is like the 10th time he’s needed to be corrected on stuff like this. Geeze. And I’m not even arguing that 21 days isn’t a perfectly appropriate isolation time, the article below says it may need to be a bit longer, but that’s not what Chunky is hawking. It’s that the incubation period is 21 DAYS AND NO LONGER and 42 days is just a sciencey-safety factor you need not bother your little head with, AND YOU ARE AN OBVIOUS IDIOT FOR DARING TO ARGUE WITH ME. SHUT UP. SHUT UP. SHUT UP.

    So, I’ll let this gentleman state his case:

    http://currents.plos.org/outbreaks/article/on-the-quarantine-period-for-ebola-virus/

    Yes, the incubation period for a small fraction of the population can be longer than 21 days. Incubation follows a distribution curve just like every single other thing in the entire universe. Ebola’s curve has a long shallow tail to the right, past 21 days, past 10 days actually, meaning a few percent or less of the population will take longer than 21 days to show symptoms. Some say that part of this tail may be due to people self-reporting exposure date incorrectly, but there’s evidence that at least some of it is real base on other diseases, other outbreaks of ebola, etc. It’s not a huge fraction, but it does exist. It probably isn’t anything to worry about realistically, probabilistically, as far as the infection getting out of control, BUT IT DOES EXIST.

    Just exactly like the WHO report says in plain English. The incubation period is determined by minimizing the acceptable residual risk on the tail end of the distribution. You isolate the largest number of people for the optimum length of time to quell the epidemic. Not everybody will be in quarantine “long enough”, but by then, the epidemic is starting to burn itself out by the improving septic practices of the population. They express it as balancing the costs of quarantining vs. the risks of releasing exposed individuals.

    Is there a difference in the first person who enters a community with Ebola and the last person to contract it, other than how the community lets itself be exposed to it? It ramps up quickly when it first appears because its unexpected, but the number of cases starts to decrease as isolation and protection starts happening. You can’t quarantine 98% of the people for as long as it takes the 2% or less of the outliers to incubate, so you pick the time that stamps out the infection the most efficiently as far as resources and death rate.

    I don’t know shit about virology, but one thing I do know, he doesn’t either. This really is an example of them thinking we are too stupid to absorb the details, (because they are?) or evaluate the risks, (because they can’t?) so they have a “duty” to simplify, sweep things under the rug. lest we “panic” God forbid, without their permission. It’s annoying!