Breitbart is still on Jazzy the Ponytail’s mind

it has been a few years now since Andrew Breitbart has passed way, but his legacy still lives on. For some, Bretbart is an admired figure who is still revered. For others like our favorite Californian shut in, he still haunts their minds.

Another Indian moniker for Charles should be “He who fights with the dead.”


115 Comments on “Breitbart is still on Jazzy the Ponytail’s mind”

  1. Arachne says:

    Yeah, because that pushback you did when he was ALIVE worked out so well. He beclowned you every day.

    Must really annoy you to know that when you finally push off, no one will know…..or care.

    My guess is Fartface is doing all the Breitbart tweets in the hopes of getting mentioned on the Breitbart site – or any site really. But especially he’s hoping Twitchy calls him out. He’s dying to be on Twitchy so that he can gripe about it in a never-ending series of tweets.

    And don’t let the retweets fool you – he gets retweeted by right wingers who follow him on Twitter – for the “check out what asshat is saying NOW” value.

    • Captain Death says:

      He refers to “every fiber of my being”. Hey Fat Fuck the only fiber you need to be concerned with is Fibercon so you can get rid of your Cheetos and White Castle burgers..

    • Bunk X says:

      Typical responses when Charles is mentioned in a tweet:

      “That douchebag is still around?”
      “I forgot all about him.”
      “What a dick.”

  2. Arachne says:

    Andrew Breitbart – 81.1K followers – has not tweeted since February 29, 2012
    Charles Johnson – >12K followers (suspicion several thousand were purchased) – tweets every five minutes.

    Yeah, you’d really take him down, asswipe.

  3. Because Dead Kennedy says:


  4. Octopus says:

    Tea Party Shoot-Fest! Gus is on the case.


    Just like some mass shootings were never tied to being a postal worker.
    3 minutes ago
    Correlation does not imply causation.
    3 minutes ago
    RT @splcenter: No sign Arizona shooting rampage related to white supremacy, police say
    3 minutes ago

  5. PeteP says:

    Breitbart challenged him to a debate many times when he was alive and Chucky ALWAYS wimped out because he was/is a coward. So for Fatso to now claim that he would push back against Breitbart is laughable.

  6. Octopus says:

    It definitely looks like Chunky’s making another desperate plea for attention, by ragging on a dead man. A dead man who is infinitely more relevant and popular than Dear Fatass, years after his passing.

    • Arachne says:

      And a dead man with a bestselling book and a movie about him. Chuck got five minutes in “Blog Wars” ten years ago.

  7. Octopus says:

    Breitbart’s site is still going strong, but look at where Dear Fatass has fallen, and can’t get up. It’s so sad. All he has left is his mindless glurge on Twitter, with support from a garage-dwelling bum who’s been kicked out of his garage, a dozen morons in the swamp, and whatever nontroversy he’s trying to stop people from noticing on a given day, related to the utter failure of this criminally-inept administration.

    Today’s Nontroversy brought to you by the Texas Police:

  8. Chunkles McDumbth Johnson says:

    I know the prevailing theory here is that Chunky decided to become a Progturd tool because Obungle ascended to the Preezyduncy and he’d make a ton of money. However reading that Breitbart quote in the previous thread confirms to me that at least a good part of that decision was based on his fear of being murdered by Islamists. Which to me makes him even more putrid. He’s turned to the liars because he’s a coward. Many bloggers have made a stand and took the heat. He instead starting calling those bloggers racists and began apologizing for Islam which ushers in hatred of freedom and human rights everywhere it goes on Earth. He can’t be forgiven for that.

    • Bunk X says:

      That was Breitbart’s theory. The turnaround was so quick that that “it was almost as if someone got to him.”

      • osprey1 says:

        Well, the alleged location of the Culver City Bungalow of Bumf is very close to the King Fahd Mosque.

  9. Because Dead Kennedy says:

    The first part’s right.

  10. Because Dead Kennedy says:


  11. pineapple with a jazzy ponytail! says:

    After watching a documentary about Andrew Breibart he was a well liked nice guy that would do anything for you. Many on the left didn’t agree with him but respected him.

    Compare that to “Blubber Boy’s” legacy and the liberal assholes he attracts..

    • Chunkles McDumbth Johnson says:

      Sorry but I don’t do subltlety like differences but still holding respect. Once I joined the Progturd lying scum army I now denounce all good people on the right as racists and terrorists. Yes I’m just that stupid.


  12. pineapple with a jazzy ponytail! says:

    286 Justanotherhuman Mar 20, 2015 8:23:06am


    re: #279 Lidane (burrito butt)

    “Whoever is telling Ben Carson that he’s presidential material is either delusional or they hate him and want to see him humiliated.”

    Justanotherhuman replies,

    “Well, he’s Black, so he’ll go into their trash heap with Allen West and Herman Cain.”

    Her inner racist comes out, she equates black conservatives as trash. This coming from a loser who can’t remember where she puts her teeth half of the time.

    • Because Dead Kennedy says:

      “Their” trash heap?

    • ISpeakJive says:

      So, if the Libs think Carson is not ready for the office, it’s perfectly fine.

      If the Republicans think the same thing, it’s OMG you horrible racists.

      This is like what I read yesterday on Obamacare. The libs were like, Oh, ACA sucks, but it’s because the Republicans thwarted Obama at every turn!!! Yeah, on a bill they had no input on, and hed no votes on. Thwarted at every turn!!!! Idiots.

      • Arachne says:

        Like the big-eared shitbag currently occupying the Oval Office was Presidential material? His only qualifications for office were his skin color and his enunciation.

  13. Chunkles McDumbth Johnson says:

    I made no secret of my disdain for Breitbart’s nasty, dishonest tactics and told him so, to his face.
    11 hours ago

    Really? I think it was a secret prior to 2009 wasn’t it Chunky? Ya know when you were running a right wing blog. Meetig with AB, taking some advice from him. And lying about everything and publicly agreeing with a large part of the right’s narrative, in particular that the left are a bunch of shit headed liars cozying up with Islamists for cynical political gain, not caring that it endangers America and her allies.

  14. Minnow says:

    Barry, it really takes an enormous amount of courage and valor to battle Andrew Breitbart now that he’s dead.

    Wow Barry, could you be any stupider?

    Keep digging Barry.

  15. ISpeakJive says:

    Chunky doesn’t like Breitbart because Breitbart didn’t like him. It’s that simple. Now he tries to justify it with a million lame-o reasons.

    Speaking of lame-o, Gus is so passive aggressive these days, it’s almost amusing. Ha!

  16. Because Dead Kennedy says:

    Off the reservation again…

  17. I may be Chunky McDumbth says:

    If I think the Obungle is super smart and a great Preezydunce I may be Chunky McDumbth

    If I think John Effing Kerry is a great man for working with Iran who intends to subjugate the entire US under Islam and nuke Israel I may be Chunky McDumbth.

    If I think Shrillary C*ntin conducting State dept business on a private email server is a nontroversy and the FOIA only for watching crooked RWNJs (oh wait that’s redundant) I may be Chunky McDumbth.

    If I think Christian militias are a great nat. security danger and Muslims, who’s adherents murder hundreds of people daily around the world are just victims of Islamaphobia I may be Chunky McDumbth.

    If I think black young men who disproportionately do violence on other races should be allowed to elect to fight with the police and maybe take their guns (fair’s fair, right?) I may be Chunky McDumbth.

    If I think the police are racist crooks I may be Chunky McDumbth.

    If I think when Hispanic Democrats use lethal gun force to protect themselves from violent black teens they suddenly become white RWNJ Gunz Nutz I may be Chunky McDumbth.

    If I think Binyamin Netanyahu is a Nazi I may be Chunky McDumbth.

    If I think Ginger is a great threat to America and therefore I must Tweet about him several times a day I may be Chunky McDumbth.

    If I think Media Matters for America has the right take on everything I may be Chunky McDumbth.

    If I keep calling Andrew Breitbart a dispicable horrible human being on Twitter despite his having a great family, being a great dad and friend to many and respected by many on the right and left I may be Chunky McDumbth.

  18. I may be Chunky McDumbth says:

    Um, Obama did not advocate, call for, or suggest mandatory voting. It’s another out of context distortion from the right.
    25 minutes ago

    Yes, those are his statents, and I repeat – he didn’t call for mandatory voting. It’s a distortion to say he did. @MWhalan @JM_Ashby
    14 minutes ago

    @JM_Ashby As usual, mainstream media eagerly promotes right wing click bait.
    22 minutes ago

    Some people are so dumb. The Preezydunce said no such thing. He was just saying that hypothetically some country that doesn’t do that now could do that. And that would be really neat for them to have all the ignorant voters voting for cool looking black guys promising taxpayer handouts. But he didn’t mean the US. The Washington Bleep and Clinton News Network are just pleasing their huge RWNJ following. That’s also why they’re unfair to Hildabeast.

    Get real people.

    Here’s the right wing bait you fools!

  19. I may be Chunky McDumbth says:

    @EtTuCarl @DemFromCT He did NOT say “we should make voting mandatory.” It didn’t happen.
    2 minutes ago

    @EtTuCarl @DemFromCT He was asked how to offset the influence of big money in elections & answered “we should be making it easier to vote.”
    2 minutes ago

    No no no. Ignore what you heard and saw him say on video. Obungle did not say it. Unremember it and stop repeating it right now or I’ll report you for Twitter abuse. I’m feeling very unsafe and abused right now.

  20. I may be Chunky McDumbth says:

    Exactly – what he DID advocate was making voting easier, not restricting it. @Kat4Obama
    5 minutes ago

    Did Obama “Suggest Mandatory Voting?” A: No.
    18 minutes ago

    @EtTuCarl @DemFromCT That’s a ridiculous comparison.
    20 minutes ago

    Plus you’ve all been reported. Twitter doesn’t put up with bullying, threats or using Obungles words to say he meant what he said.

    Ha Ha. The Preezydunce just BROUGHT UP mandatory voting. That’s a whole lot different from advocating it. He was really just setting a trap for right wingers to call him a leftwing socialist banana republic dictator. See what he did there?? And you fools just fell for the right wing lies. That happened to me one time for 8 years.

    • swamprat says:

      Mandatory voting would require identification so that the act of voting could be recorded. That would mean we would know EXACTLY how many people voted and where they did it.
      Won’t happen.

      • I may be Chunky McDumbth says:

        There are 22 countries that actually do it. Australia supposedly imposes a $20 fine.

        Country Age of
        Eligibility for
        Mandatory Voting Population

        Argentina 18 43,024,374
        Australia 18 22,507,617
        Belgium 18 10,449,361
        Bolivia 18 10,631,486
        Brazil 18 202,656,788
        Congo, Democratic
        Republic of the 18 77,433,744
        Costa Rica 18 4,755,234
        Dominican Republic 18 10,349,741
        Ecuador 18 15,654,411
        Egypt 18 86,895,099
        Greece 18 10,775,557
        Honduras 18 8,598,561
        Lebanon 21 5,882,562
        Luxembourg 18 520,672
        Mexico 18 120,286,655
        Nauru 20 9,488
        Panama 18 3,608,431
        Paraguay 18 6,703,860
        Peru 18 30,147,935
        Singapore 21 5,567,301
        Thailand 18 67,741,401
        Uruguay 18 3,332,972

        Source: CIA World Factbook

      • pineapple with a jazzy ponytail! says:

        If I was so inclined and lived in Australia, I’d mail it in and just not check anything.

  21. I may be Chunky McDumbth says:

    Remember this the next time @ChuckCJohnson pretends to be a great friend of Jews.
    10 minutes ago

    Um he got his start with Breitbart.

    Who was Jewish.

  22. Octopus says:

    Good Christ, the stupid is burn-y today. I need a break. Where’s the basketball game?

  23. Chunky McDumbth says:

    This is a very racist video produced by the right wing loons who are also deranged. DON’T WATCH IT. If you do you’re just fooled by the right.

    – CMJ

    • Octopus says:

      That’s a classic bit of Americana right there, ca. 2000-bumf-teen. Of course Our Chunky was right in there with the worst race-baiters. It’s why he’s so special.

    • Because Dead Kennedy says:

      Maybe it’s a good time to go to Starbux and talk to a white barista about race.

      • OLT's Mr. Mackey's Ghost Of Your Mother Or Something says:

        Soooooo, these people are obsessed with race.

        Frankly, that makes you a racist,

      • Because Dead Kennedy says:

        I think that means if you’re not on Facebook, you’re a rasis. And if you don’t eat out you’re a doubleplus rasis.

        And I never go to Starbux. Stuff tastes like 68 day old formaldehyde with bits of flamin’ hot cheetos mixed with lutefisk.

      • Arachne says:

        The barristas know better. All they need to do is look in their tip jars if the start up this shit.

  24. Chunky McDumbth says:

    No news here. The Clintons are still thieving and lying crooks.

    So I endorse Shrillary in 2016!!!

    In November Haitian activists held a protest outside of Bill Clinton’s Harlem office. The activists want Bill Clinton what he has done with the $6 billion collected for Haitian earthquake reconstruction.

    The activists also denounced Hillary Clinton’s role as US Secretary of State in the installation of Michel “Sweet Micky” Martelly as a puppet president who has accelerated the US and white power destruction and plunder of Haiti.

    The protesters claim the $10 billion that was collected was wildly mismanaged. The Week reported:

    More than $10 billion was donated to rebuild Haiti after Haiti’s 2010 earthquake, some of it to the Clinton Foundation, the charitable organization sponsored by former President Bill Clinton and former secretary of state Hillary Clinton. But protesters at the Foundation’s Harlem offices say the money was wildly mismanaged and did not provide the relief Haitians desperately needed.

    “Only 900 homes were built, and they were not even built in the area where the earthquake took place,” said Ricot Dupuy of Radio Soleil. “So much inconsistency, so much irregularity.”

    A Haitian Activists Against Hillary 2016 page was recently taken down by Facebook.

  25. Hugo Chunkez, Preezydunce of LGF says:

    What a racist judge. He even calls himself an idiot.

    ‘Like an idiot I believed that’: Judge blasts DOJ over immigration claims, threatens sanctions

    Hanen chided Justice Department attorney Kathleen Hartnett for telling him at a January hearing before the injunction was issued that nothing would be happening with regard to one key part of Obama’s actions, an expansion of the 2012 Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, known as DACA, until Feb. 18.

    More on this…
    New action in court and Capitol Hill on immigration front “Like an idiot I believed that,” Hanen said.

    A flustered Hartnett repeatedly apologized to Hanen for any confusion related to how the reprieves and work permits were granted.

    “We strive to be as candid as possible. It truly became clear to us there was confusion on this point,” she said.

    Hartnett continued to insist that the 108,081 reprieves had been granted under 2012 guidelines, which were not stopped by the injunction, and that government attorneys hadn’t properly explained this because they had been focused on other parts of the proposed action.

    But Hanen pointed out that the 2012 guidelines only granted two-year reprieves and that three-year reprieves are being proposed under the program now on hold.

    “Can I trust what the president says? That’s a yes or no question,” Hanen asked. (racist dogwhistle!!!!)

    “Yes your honor,” Hartnett replied.

    The states asked that Hanen consider issuing sanctions because Justice Department attorneys had made “representations (that) proved not to be true or at a minimum less than forthcoming,” said Angela Colmenero, a lawyer with the Texas Attorney General’s Office, the lead attorney for the states.

    Colmenero said the three-year reprieves that were granted might have caused the states economic harm as the states may have already issued various benefits, including driver’s licenses, to immigrants who received a reprieve.

  26. pineapple with a jazzy ponytail! says:

    FemNaziBitch (who spends her family into the poor house) says…..

    “Do the Whackos realize there are no “open” urinals in the ladies room? All is done in private”

    Which makes it a-ok I guess? This coming from the FEMINIST NAZI-BITCH who parades women’s causes around 24/7. It’s just fine and dandy with her.

    Then jaunte replies…

    (jaunte, another former conservative who changed his belief system like Kragar PROUD TO BE KAFIR just to fellate Fuckface.)

    “They seem to think that the main motivator for transgendered people is to spy on other women in the restroom, which is insane.”

    What’s not insane jaundice, are perverts dressing up in women’s clothing saying they are in transition. You can’t question them because hell, it wouldn’t be PC, and they may be exploring their feminine side.

    I think this world is just too fucked up to be fixed now.

  27. Hugo Chunkez, Preezydunce of LGF says:

    New York Times Dumps “Race Realist” Writer With History of Writing for White Nationalist Sites
    42 minutes ago

    “Race realist” is what dirtbag racists like to call themselves. They think they’re fooling people with it.
    2 hours ago

    Here’s Razib Khan’s blog: where he talks about fancy schmancy 8 thousand years of European genetic selection for pigmentation and what not. But he’s just a dirtbag racist.

    Here’s a sampling of this dirtbag racist’s writings:

    I did read all the papers in the American Journal of Physical Anthropology special issue, as well the Genome Research paper. My real interest here are specific questions of science, not history or social science. But I will address the latter areas rather quickly. I am not someone who comes to this totally naked of the history or social science of the race question. I’ve read many books on the topic. And as a colored person who has moderate experience with racism I get rather bored and irritated with excessively patronizing explanations of how racism afflicts us coloreds from white academics (non-white academics who focus on this subject are usually careerists or activists who don’t have to make much pretense toward scholarly substance and can be duly ignored, at least in my experience). The main point which I think we can all agree upon is that colloquial understanding of race has only a partial correlation with any genetic understanding of race. I myself have ranted against the confusions which have ensued because of the conflation of the two classes, and it is certainly a legitimate area of study, but it is not my primary concern. And importantly, I have no great primary interest in battling racism.

    By this, I do not mean to imply that I support racism, or am personally against battling racism. When it comes to racists, broadly defined, I am not personally a great fan (as can be attested by my pattern of bans and rebukes). And when I say racism, I don’t just mean white people behaving badly. I mean people who express racial nationalist sentiments in a crude and crass manner, and are often inappropriately assertive about the righteousness of their views (e.g., a few commenters have complained that I, an Indian [yes, I’m not technically Indian], should not talk so much about Westerners. Of course I view myself a Westerner, but to a racialist this is simply not even wrong. Naturally this is a chasm in world-views which is not reconcilable. Please note that some “anti-racists” would also agree I am not a Westerner, though mostly because they view that term as referring to evil white colonialists). Nevertheless, when it comes a study of human variation, or history, and the like, my primary aim is to enter into a state of intellectual Epoché. Whether Charles Darwin, Francis Galton, or R. A. Fisher, were, or were not, racists is of minor concern to me. I am not saying that it is irrelevant, but the fixation on racial prejudice is not part of my bailiwick. As I allude to above there are whole departments devoted to the presumed oppression of coloreds by Mighty Whitey, and I leave them to their joyful intellectual romp.

    Here’s one of his racist commenters:

    Have there been any genome-wide association studies done on lifetime fitness in contemporary Western populations? Gene variants that are currently under positive selection in humans have obvious evolutionary implications, but I couldn’t any GWASes for fertility in modern societies. One paper looked at what phenotypes correlate with fitness (, but it wasn’t able to explain most of the heritable variation in fertility (20% heritability), and it only looked at women.
    It would also be interesting to identify rare variants that have a large positive effect (more than ~5%) on fitness. Would those be easier or harder to find than common variants of small effect?

    Here’s the racist dirtbag’s picture:

  28. Hugo Chunkez, Preezydunce of LGF says:

    How DARE the racist John Derbyshire smear the venerable New York Times and the always rock solid Gawker website!! Such racist snark! IF ONLY I could block and report and ban these hateful bastards from the internet!!!

    Alas, it was too good to be true. I was browsing the blogs that same evening, Thursday evening, and I saw a post on geneticist Greg Cochran’s blog with the title The Once and Future Khan. From which:

    Razib Khan managed to get himself hired and fired by the New York Times over the course of a single day, an enviable record. Having the Times look upon you with favor is a dubious honor in the first place, something like having a leper ask you out on a date — so a quick hire-and-fire is optimal. Something for the CV, but you never had to actually hang out with the slimebags. Not as cool as “refused the Fields Medal.” but pretty cool.

    What seems to have happened is that, a Cultural Marxist website, did a hit piece on Razib exposing his associations with such racist white-supremacist racist far-right racist bigots as racist Taki Theodoracopulos, racist Steve Sailer, and oh my God! racist John Derbyshire.

    I am of course exaggerating their fondness for the word “racist,” but not by much: the Gawker piece is 518 words; “racist” occurs seven times (not counting the title occurrence), for an average of once every 74 words. That puts “racist” up there with “and” and “the.”

    The piece is also sloppy. It describes, for example, as being named after, quote, “the first white child born in America.” Nope: as Peter Brimelow clearly states — in the page that Gawker actually links to! — Virginia Dare was, quote, “the first English child to be born in the New World.” The first white child was Snorri Thorfinnsson, born six hundred years earlier.

  29. just poop says:

    I wish Andrew Breitbart was still alive, for so many reasons but today mostly because it would be fun for him to mock and laugh at Charles fuckface Johnson. Andrew would have just the right way to handle charles. He would not block charles. he would acknowledge him, laugh at him and then move on, the way you move on towards anything that is insignificant.

    andrew always held the untimate trump card against Charles and charles knew it. All andrew would ever have to say is meet me on any stage, any time and let’s have a debate. Charles is smart enough to know he would be eviscerated and wouldn’t dare show.
    of course it’s easy today to puff up his chest and stick out his moobs and talk tough against a dead man

    fuck you charles. I wish you and Andrew could trade places ( of course he would feel soinadequate being you and might not like the deal )

    • pineapple with a jazzy ponytail! says:

      What I liked about Andrew Beitbart was that he never backed down from an argument. He was always happy to jump in feet first. That was his thing,

      Remember when he hijacked Anthony Wiener’s press conference? That was brilliant.

      Here’s an interesting exchange from the documentary I saw.

      If this would have been Fuckface instead of Max Blumenthal, Fuckface would have dissolved into a pool of bubbles and tears.

      • Octopus says:

        Chunky would have run away with tears in his eyes, at the first push-back from Andy. 😆

      • just poop says:

        charles would have stammered and paused and uuuuuuuh, and gone to his laptop for 5 minutes feverishly searching for a cut and paste retort

        his mental faculties are sort of bottom 5 percetile and his memory recall ain’t what it used to be
        he’s a cut and paste man, great friend of dead musicians who can’t disavow him and master debater of dead conservatives , who still beat him like a rented mule

      • pineapple with a jazzy ponytail! says:

        Yep all blubber no substance. He’s real good at hate tweeting people that have blocked him. Yea, that’s living on the edge there…. yawn.

        He is so lucky to have been recognized by Andrew Breitbart and he knows it. Now he can slander and send hate tweets about a dead guy to his small group of lock-step minions. What a scumbag.

      • rightymouse says:

        Andy helped Fatso meet the movers & shakers of the conservative media world. They gave him a ton of exposure and he repaid them with disgusting venom & both middle fingers in the air instead of a quiet, gracious departure/resignation. But Andrew had intelligence and class and Fatso has none.

  30. rightymouse says:

    Fatso simply cannot stop tweeting meaningless crap.

  31. rightymouse says:

    One was about a cop doing his job and the other was about a President and a Secretary of State not doing THEIR jobs. Not equivalent. Stewart is being stupid.

    • rightymouse says:

      Also, Darren Wilson is not a terrorist, nor Islamic, but four Americans are dead due to Islamic terrorists. Again, not the same situation. But nobody ever called you smart, Fatso.

  32. pineapple with a jazzy ponytail! says:

    Wow up-thread looks like Stabby said BENGHAZI!!!!

    Is that all you’ve got Stabby?….. I remember you were kinda mouthy over at LGF.

    • rightymouse says:

      He thinks what happened in Benghazi is hilarious. So does Fatso with his Benghazi Boogaloo sneers. Eff them.

    • Because Dead Kennedy says:

      He farted and I didn’t even smell it. You need more flamin’ hot cheetos with refritos, Stanky.

    • Hugo Chunkez, Preezydunce of LGF says:

      It’s really a shame we have the bad luck to get the most boring, moronic troll on the entire interwebz. But I guess considering it’s from the LGF stock one can’t expect any real talent.

  33. Because Dead Kennedy says:

    Eww. Stop talking about your “mentions”.

    • Hugo Chunkez, Preezydunce of LGF says:

      That’s what his pathetic life is reduced to in his sixties. What a sad life. I wonder what his family thinks of him. I would imagine they just tell people Johnson’s a common name and that ones not related to us.

    • just poop says:

      In my best Norma Desmond voice

      ” I AM BIG, it’s my mentions that got small”

  34. Because Dead Kennedy says:

  35. Octopus says:

    Dogs: On the side of mankind
    Cats: Just waiting for their chance

    This round goes to Man’s Best Friend. Yes, I’ve seen the one where the cat drives the vicious dog away from the kid — that cat was just protecting its own future meal. 😉

  36. Octopus says:

    olo 😆

  37. Hugo Chunkez, Preezydunce of LGF says:

    A lot of this was standard right wing politics before Breitbart, but he modernized and mainstreamed it by force of his toxic personality.
    1 hour ago

    The blatant race-baiting, the dishonest edited videos, the unhinged ranting, the vicious attacks on perceived enemies.
    1 hour ago

    In a way I have to hand it to Andrew. He pioneered a lot of the evil shit so many right wing loons practice today.
    1 hour ago

    Yes a lot of this was standard right wing politics before Breitbart, yessiree and yes that would be right exactly when I was running a website for them!!! And agreeing with them all the time. And being a brutal asshole to anyone on the political lef. For eight, count ’em eight looooooong years. Was I stupid or a liar or brainwashed by super intelligent secret hypnotist agents of the right like John Candy in Going Berzerk? FuckifIknow. I can’t keep my own moronic story straight. I just say shit. I can’t even pronounce the French word milieu. I must be a total fucking dumbass because no one else has trashed their own blog.

  38. Octopus says:

    We need relief from Chunky’s bullshizzle…

    • Because Dead Kennedy says:

      That is revolting.

    • ISpeakJive says:

      I didn’t understand, even at the ripe old age of 6 years, what was so great about Twiggy. Totally didn’t think she was pretty.
      But now seeing this, she reminds me of a 20’s flapper. Hair, waif-like body, bit of bohemia. I bet she was promoted by a bunch of 60-somethings who wanted to relive their marvelous youth from the 1920’s. There’s no other explanation.
      But she’s got some serious thigh-gap goin’ on. Timeless.

      • Octopus says:

        Some people are tall and skinny. That’s fine. Everyone has their preferences. 🙂

      • Hugo Chunkez, Preezydunce of LGF says:

        Yeah I remember the grownups saying “she’s too skinny” but they were mostly women. As a kid I pretty much didn’t care. But the men when I was growing up (my Dad, uncles, cousins) in the ’60s/’70s loved all the skin and sexy girls in mini skirts. Skinny, plump, just right, who cares? It’s all good if we get to gawk at their sexy nakedness and they get to feel empowered!! Win/win!! Like now when I see Miley Cyrus naked on a wrecking ball or Gaga with her gorgeous naked ass or super pretty Katy Perry with her stupendous body on display. I’m like “You’ve come a long way baby”. LOL! And I think women are OK with it because it gives us an outlet so we keep our grubby paws off of them. Win/win!

  39. Because Dead Kennedy says:

    In today’s episode of Name That Lizard…

    • Octopus says:

      That’s P-LOL, as I live and breathe. 😆

      Oh, sorry it didn’t work out, dude. Even goats have their pride, I guess.

      • Because Dead Kennedy says:

        And their standards. A 3/4″ diameter just doesn’t ring her chimes.

      • Because Dead Kennedy says:

        Wait a minute. I don’t think that’s a her.

      • Octopus says:

        Can’t tell from here, if it’s a girl or boy goat. Leave it to one of Chunky’s kidz to get the wrong kind. Or, the right kind, but just to be rejected by same.

  40. Because Dead Kennedy says:


    • dezes157 says:

      Chuck has had more than a few warnings about harassment on Twitter, and his spamming is getting attention, he is flailing like a boated trout for blog hits and attention, block and report the asshole.

    • just poop says:

      charles please name one instance where Breitbart incited violence.
      just one
      you miserable lyin’ cocksucker

      while we’re waiting for your non-answer here’s Barry Soettoro asking his thugs to “get in people’s faces)

  41. Octopus says:

    Major grain of salt, with this O’Keefe story. The accuser was fired, is planning to sue for wrongful termination (already lawyered-up), and where is the proof and corroborating testimony? We shall see, in due time.

    In the meantime, we will assume that Chunky is once more on the wrong side until proven otherwise. His record is perfect since 2009, so let’s give him that respect.

    • Because Dead Kennedy says:

      Sorta like Wrong-Way Feldman? You can always tell which way the right way is by reversing.

      • Octopus says:

        Kinda like Our Chunky, who has scored more own-goals since 2009 than have ever been recorded in the annals of Blind Children Sports. That’s an impressive number, btw. I would assume.

  42. Hugo Chunkez, Preezydunce of LGF says:

    We shouldn’t be surprised that James O’Keefe tried to incite violence – he was following Andrew Breitbart’s lead
    5 hours ago

    Violence in Ferguson is Andrew Breitbart’s fault. Yeah, that’s what a dumbshit I am. Why do I say anything? Let’s face it. I can’t stop myself.

  43. just poop says:

    Breitbart has a pretty large and vocal army, so Charles is trying to stir the pot to get some attention. He’s a desperate man. His 15 minutes are long since up

    pathetic fuck

  44. Octopus says:

    Imagine if you hadn’t spent the past 40 years pouring poison into yourself, Gus. What kind of difference would that have made, in your mental, physical and financial health? One can only wonder…

  45. Because Dead Kennedy says: