How Charles covered the murder of 2 NYPD cops

NYPD officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos were gunned down by Ismaaiyl Brinsley this weekend. Charles responds to the news by doing a post trashing the NYPD!




Keep it classy Charles!


73 Comments on “How Charles covered the murder of 2 NYPD cops”

  1. Octopus says:

    Dear Fatass will rue the day.

  2. Octopus says:

    Tweeting this makes you cool, Chunky. Even with your gray ponytail, and sagging moobs. This is the clincher. You are AWESOME!! 😆

  3. Octopus says:

    One of the most despicable tweets you’ve ever mustered, Fatass. Congrats. Mother Jones is your manque.

  4. dwells38 says:

    Ha. He’s nothing but a piece of shit liar for the Progturds. Think of it. He blamed the right for the lunatic Jared Loughner who’s internet ramblings were incoherent and not partisan. He blamed Bill O’Reilly for abortion Dr. Tillman’s death because of his refering to him as a baby killer, yet a lunatic murdered Tillman. Chunk blamed right wing rhetoric on Brevik’s insane psychopathic rampage.

    In those cases Chunk did not dismiss the murderers as mere psychopaths, but instead put forth a tortured narrative whereby, those who disagree with the victim’s politics are responsible for murder when all they did was exercise their free speech rights. And none advocated murder. Yet many of the Ferguson/Garner protesters actually HAVE advocated murder.

    Chunk Fatso Johnson is nothing more than a sad loser who tries to pretend he’s a real Idiotarion libtard. He’s really just a fraud who stands for nothing and will throw ANYONE, even our fine men and women in uniform, the Thin Blue Line under the bus in hopes it somehow will revive his long gone blog stats and credibility, stature and income that he once had, not willing to admit to himself the damage is irreversible.

  5. dwells38 says:

    #NowPlaying Sufjan Stevens > Silver & Gold > Joy to the World
    57 minutes ago

    Why is Chunky posting Christmans music on his Godless Christ hating website?

  6. dwells38 says:

    For Carlos, who walks his 10-year old daughter to school pass the police cruiser posted at Tompkins and Myrtle avenues, the double homicide—just a football field from his home of over a decade—was tragic.

    “I walk my kid to school, passed that cop car everyday,” he said. “That’s their post. What would people rather not have the cops here to keep us safe?”

    Bingo!!! We have a winner.

  7. Bunk X says:

    Somewhat related:

    NYC Mayor Bill De Blasio was born Warren Wilhelm Jr. His father lost part of his leg on Okinawa and went on to accomplish some interesting things before committing suicide in 1979 after being diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer.

  8. Bunk X says:

    “As a graphic design geek from way back, I thoroughly enjoyed this short documentary about the creative process of a true maestro.” – Charles Johnson 20 December 2014!.php

  9. Bunk X says:

    Amazing that some people can survive the danger of stepping off a curb.

    33 RealityBasedSteve Dec 20, 2014 8:00:55pm
    I just had the weirdest thing happen. I’ve heard about how water can get superheated in the microwave and not boil, but had never seen it. I was going to boil a cup of water just now for some tea, and it didn’t boil in the usual time, figured I had mis-hit the keypad, gave it another minute, and as I was watching, it suddenly “exploded” in the cup, 3/4ers of the water splattered all over the microwave.

    I did another cup, this time I put a lexan spoon in it, so it had something for the microbubbles to form on. I thought that only happened with super purified water in a spotless container. This was water from my tap and a pyrex measuring cup that was clean, but by no means “Class 5 Clean Room” clean.

    I think if I had just reached in after the usual time and grabbed the cup, it could have been a bad evening for RBS.

    Anybody else experience this???


  10. Dudebro says:

    Does chuckles really believe the bullshit he posts or is he fully delusional? OF COURSE if some rightie had shot someone, the stupid fat fuck would be the first blaming the tea party with a thousand ICYMI follow up tweets.

  11. Macker says:

    ADMINS: Looks like Blogmoc is down again…another DNS attack. It was up for a short time last night, enough for me to post about The Lions!

  12. KGB says:

    Keep spamming him with that damning video of Sharpton’s goons chanting for dead cops. Sorry, this one is squarely on those that Charles supports. There’s no tortured interpretations of crosshairs on maps. This time there’s a direct call for dead cops, followed by murder.

    • rightymouse says:

      141 Charles
      2011-01-08 12:45:24
      re: #128 Get busy livin’

      “Giffords was one of the Democrats listed on this map/enemies list posted by Sarah Palin�s PAC, with gunsights indicating the location of their enemies”

      Sooo…Sarah Palin’s responsible for this? Isn’t it a little too soon to be placing blame here, Charles (other than on the shooter, of course)? Since we really don’t know anything about the shooter or his/her beliefs at this point, it seems premature to be placing blame. Also, even if the shooter was a Sarah Palin supporter or card-carrying member of the Tea Party, does that mean that Palin and the Tea Party are responsible for the actions of every one of their supporters/members? Are you responsible for the actions of every lizard? Do the beliefs and comments of every lizard represent your own?

      Apparently, you have a reading comprehension problem. There was nothing in those sentences that “placed blame” on Sarah Palin.

      This enemies list with violent rhetoric is absolutely relevant here, as is the flood of extremist rhetoric from the right wing since Obama’s election.

      • rightymouse says:

        Charles’ weasel worded reply to this poster starts at “Apparently, you have a reading comprehension problem.”

  13. rightymouse says:


  14. Minnow says:

    ICYMI…. milyo.

  15. rightymouse says:


  16. Octopus says:

    Racism Right and Left: One Man’s Opinion
    by Roger L Simon

    December 21st, 2014 – 9:41 pm

    Which side of the aisle is more racist than the other? It’s not even close.

    Because I am in New York for a short visit and, as the world well knows, the city of my birth is in a period of racial turmoil, I am going to say something I have been thinking about for a long time. And because I am one of the relative few to have spent long periods of his life on both the left and the right and because I was a civil rights worker in the sixties. I think — though it is purely personal and based only on observation — I have earned the right to an opinion. So here goes.

    The left is vastly more racist than the right. It’s not even close. Since I was publicly identified with the right, roughly from when I started blogging in 2003 (although it was actually several years earlier in private), I have personally witnessed not a single incident of racism from anyone who could be considered a right winger and heard only one racial slur — and that was from a Frenchman. In the seven years I was CEO of PJ Media, I came to know or meet literally dozens of people who identified with the Tea Party. I did not hear one word of anything close to racism from any of them even once. Not one, ever. This despite their being accused of racism constantly.

    The left, on the other hand, is filled with racism of all sorts, much, but not all, of it projected. I used to hear racist comments all the time during the seventies and eighties when almost all my friends were leftist or liberals. During that time black racism was pretty much continuously on the rise, aided and abetted by whites.

    It had been going on for a while. I first encountered black racism from the person of none other than Julian Bond (later the president of the NAACP), who treated me, a civil rights worker involved in voter registration, in a racist, anti-white manner in the SNCC offices in Atlanta in 1966. Stokely Carmichael treated me that way also. That was at the beginning of the Black Power movement and I excused it then as “a phase” that had to be gone through. I was mistaken and naive. It was racism pure and simple. I, and others, never confronted or named it then.

    Now we live in culture where there is considerably more black racism than white racism. Someone like Al Sharpton, clearly the equivalent of David Duke, is far more powerful than Duke ever was. No one pays attention to the execrable Duke, as they shouldn’t. But they shouldn’t pay attention to Sharpton either.

    But he’s only a part of the problem. There’s also the mayor of the city of New York, Bill de Blasio, the prototype of the leftwing fellow-traveler racist who assumes someone is more moral or better because he or she is “of color.” Of course this is condescending — and therefore racist — to the people he thinks are so pure. No one is. The whole theory of “white skin privilege” is racist and totalitarian to the core: actually it was invented by totalitarians. And while I’m ranting here, all racial identity organizations like the Congressional Black Caucus are inherently racist and dangerous, just as the White Citizens’ Council was and would be.

    You only end racism by ending it, not by talking about it. That only results in the reverse. If you keep talking about it, what you get are two dead cops in Brooklyn, the kind of guys who had been spending their lives largely defending the weak and the poor, “of color” or otherwise. The cops didn’t care. They just did their jobs. Black, white and brown, we owe them our gratitude. They protect us and, as far as I can tell, almost all of them without racial bias.

    But we live in a time when two black men, Barack Obama and Eric Holder, came into office clinging to racism more desperately than Obama said right-wingers cling to their guns and religion. Both of these men arrived at a moment when racism was truly beginning to disappear and did everything in their power, consciously or unconsciously, to reverse the trend. Now we are in a miserable situation when, as recently as 2008, things were looking pretty good. We have come to a point where Bill O’Reilly is doing more substantively for black people than the president of the United States, who is himself a black man. How crazy, and deeply sad, is that?

  17. Octopus says:

    This is Kate, of Small Dead Animals. Still an awesome blog. Especially for a Canadian chick. 😉

  18. Because and...? says:

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  20. ISpeakJive says:

    All these wanna be hipsters putting Santa hats on their avatars. How cheery.
    Nothing like an original idea in Twitterland.

  21. kbdabear says:

    “So they’re declaring war on the protesters?”

    No Fatass, the meaning of that term which you twisted as you always do, means that NYPD has properly discerned that violence against their officers is encouraged and to be prepared for what follows

    Oh, and good luck with your next “stalking complaint” to Culver City PD

  22. Because olo says:

    … about Virgin Mobile bouncing your Obamaphone voucher …

  23. rightymouse says:

    This is a photoshop hoax, dumbass.

  24. Because change the subject says:

  25. dwells38 says:

    Kerry confuses tsunamis with typhoons. Or possibly thinks the public are so stupid THEY don’t know the difference. He’s capable of either.

    However, Kerry went on to say that the tsunami “sounded a warning” about climate change as well:

    “It also sounded a warning. We know that many regions are already suffering historic floods and rising sea levels. And scientists have been saying for years that climate change could mean more frequent and disastrous storms, unless we stop and reverse course.
    Last year I visited the Philippines and saw the devastation of Typhoon Haiyan. It is incomprehensible that that kind of storm – or worse – could become the norm. The time to act on climate change is now – before it’s too late to heed the warning.

    I’ll do it right after you sell the yacht Lurch.

  26. Juan Epstein says:

    Those who incited Brevik shouldn’t throw stones, Pighazi.

    And those were CHILDREN for Gods sake.

  27. Juan Epstein says:

    And let’s hear how the faux Whitney fan knew Joe before he was anyone.

    • Minnow says:

      No shit – sure to come.

      He probably created a website and wrote some highly technical code for him too….

  28. Because says:

  29. Darkwords says:

    Had to refresh my account. Ask the blogmocracy to install cloudflare. They are getting targeted consciously I think. Takes about 5 minutes to install it. The logs will show the IP’s that can be banned. And what services the hackers are targeting. That will help unless the attack is against the ISP. Then a person just has t wait or move services.