Hillary is innocent!

After being a shill for the Obama regime, Mr. Toot is now applying his second rate propaganda skills for Hillary Clinton.

Hillary has nothing to worry about now. The great legal scholar Charles Johnson has absolved her of all wrong doing!


166 Comments on “Hillary is innocent!”

  1. OLT's It's Fucking BRIGHT Outside The Donkey Show says:


    The DeMSM is actually starting to turn the heat up on Hillary now because that’s what Valerie Jarrett wants them to do. The Obamites loathe and despise the Clintonistas, and they have scores to settle.

    The Clinton dirty tricks machine will no doubt respond.

    The Democrat-owned media will do as they are told by whomever they fear the most, and the rest will be sucked into the role of useless idiots as they go haring off after whatever scandal either side decides they should chase.

    Meanwhile, the looting will continue apace.

  2. Arachne says:

    Is there ever an issue that Col. Corpulence doesn’t find himself on the wrong side? If there’s anyone playing the “click bait” game, it’s Fatso. And it wouldn’t be so bad, but it’s to read something he’s appropriated from someone else.

    BTW Fatty, you might want to review the LAW on using private unsecured servers for classified government email. Which she did. And LIED about it. “I didn’t send or receive classified emails.” Well, we’ve already found 300 of them. On her private server. Which apparently lived in someone’s bathroom.

    • Minnow says:

      Barry is a simpleton. He has no experience (on most subjects) yet continues to spew his “understanding” on a subject as though he actually understood what he is saying, or knew what he was talking about.

      This subject of handling secret and top secret information is something that anyone who has ever had a clearance can tell you is not something to fuck around with. The government information handlers are very touchy on this subject, and very rigid.

      I cannot believe Hillary hasn’t already been body slammed on this subject. The gall of this woman to think that she can have her own personal server and can handle classified information using it!?

      How did this ever happen?

      Someone who knew better allowed this to happen. Hillary will not be the only one to go down in flames over this.

      If she doesn’t get jail time over this, something is terribly wrong with the system.

    • Octopus says:

      …and now her campaign is going down the toilet.
      –Captain Obvious 🙂

  3. Arachne says:

    I didn’t notice this until someone at Twitchy pointed it out. Who thought it was a good idea for Hildebeest to wear “prison orange” when taking questions about the server yesterday.

  4. rightymouse says:

    She’s headed to jail. If she’s smart (and that’s questionable), she’d bargain for a presidential pardon if she drops out of the race.

    • Because olo says:

      That gets legally tricky, since she hasn’t been charged with anything yet. What they could do is file every charge in the book, and then she could cut a plea deal, and be pardoned.

      We live in interesting times.

      • rightymouse says:

        Understood. She’d have to be charged first. She’s still in deep shit and her ‘career’ would be over. Couldn’t happen to a bigger crook.

      • Arachne says:

        Not necessarily. Remember Nixon’s pardon? He had not been charged with a single crime at the time. I think Obama will have her at the White House, a “come to Jesus” meeting, where he will tell her that HE wants so-and-so to run. She can drop out and support him or she can conduct her campaign under federal indictment, which his DOJ will be happy to provide. He’ll then tell her if plays ball, he’ll issue a pardon a la Ford’s pardon of Nixon – never indicted for any crime, but will not be prosecuted nevertheless.

  5. Octopus says:

    I’m not counting her out yet, even though it looks very, very bad right now. Something could happen to change the national subject. Slick Willie could die, for example, and create a gush of sympathy for poor sad Hillary…who would be hustling to hide the poison she used.

    Let’s see what happens in the next month. The fact that Chunky has declared her innocent is a bit of death-knell. Nobody has recovered from his endorsement, to date.

    • Arachne says:

      First of all, Chucky’s so ignorant of the U.S. Code it sits like dandruff on his shoulders. If you’re going after a former First Lady and current candidate for your party’s nomination for President, you make sure ALL the ducks are in a row when you seek the indictment. And I think the information coming out about Hillary is craftily timed and very strategic. Obama’s looking to paint Pantsuits in a corner where he’ll be calling all the shots.

  6. Chunky's Missing Brain says:

    Um, I don’t know what your blathering about horse bait and media races but you’re supposed to get the impression from the NY Times and the FBI that Monica Lewinsky’s ex-boyfriend’s lesbian wife is a criminal.

    • Arachne says:

      She’s a morally bankrupt, dishonest dirtbag. Has been one her whole life. From her firing for her unethical conduct during the Watergate hearings to now is a solid connect-the-dots of shady dealings bordering on the criminal. From cattle futures, to Travelgate, to FileGate to WhiteWater to theft of White House property.

  7. Chunky's Missing Brain says:

    Ben Schoen’s great idea to defend himself against charges of misogyny and stalking: do an interview with Chuck C. Johnson. #TotalFail
    6 hours ago

    Great interview and conversation. Schoen (pronounced Shane) explains the libtard shit storm that resulted from an innocuous joke with a libtard feminazi scrunt he’d previously chatted with casually and in a friendly manner online. Essentially he made a joke saying he and she saw so eye to eye on some such issue they should go find one of those drive-thru marriage chapels. Does that sound like stalking? Or rather obviously a joke? They aren’t even in the same state and never met in person. From there the feminazi went as he put it straight to Defcon 20.

    Any surprise that Chunky McFartso would pile on with the SJW liars and pretend an interview with Ginger is proof positive that Schoen is a woman hater? When the Ginger’s supposed misogyny is purely from his outing fake rape accusers who’s stories in all cases had fallen apart. And Schoen is getting a lot of support too, because people aren’t stupid. They see the lies of the SJW scum and aren’t buying their constant barrage of bullshit which they point to as justification for more crooked fabrications and lies. It’s not a clever game. It’s ham-fisted and thuggish.

    • Arachne says:

      What the hell? I could see outrage if he said “let’s get a hotel room” but he was talking the honorable route. I need to do a Taco Tuesday over at the Mother Ship called “Hey! Let’s LOOK for Shit to Bother Us!”

  8. Arachne says:

    Have to ask – is Fatso a big supporter of Shaun King? Didn’t he go after Ginger for his sharp words about him, especially about a fake charity GoFundMe page? I seem to recall Fatty sticking up for his SJW buddy…


    It appears Shaun may not be even bi-racial. Shaun may be 100% WHITE.
    Fuck yeah, he’s a social justice warrior….

    I’m sure Fatass will be tweeting over and over again that this is all deception and lies, etc. I’m just saying, questions are being raised.

    • Daedalus says:

      King may have some Black in his background as many “white” Americans do, but that does not make him Black. I emailed you saying the guy looked white a few months ago. He probably at best has a grandparent who was Black, but that does not make him black.

      • Arachne says:

        Recently he was exposed as having lied about being the victim of white on black crime (he being the black, of course).

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  10. Because olo says:

  11. Hi Charles,

    This one’s for you. But you don’t read here [your socks do].

    The Burgeoning Clinton Email Scandal
    John Steele Gordon | @steelegordon 08.17.2015 – 3:00 PM

    The Clinton campaign’s festering sore, the email scandal, is getting worse. The Washington Times is reporting that the number of emails on her at-home server that contained classified information now number 60. And Platte River Networks, the cybersecurity firm Clinton hired to maintain her server after she left office, has said that it is “highly likely” that a full back up still exists even though the server has been scrubbed. Although Clinton said that she would not turn over the server to anyone, she has now been forced to turn it over to the FBI.

    If there were indeed classified emails on that server, then, according to Michael Mukasey, former attorney general and federal judge, in the Wall Street Journal, that is an open-and-shut case of misdemeanor:

    It is a misdemeanor punishable by imprisonment for not more than a year to keep “documents or materials containing classified information . . . at an unauthorized location.” Note that it is the information that is protected; the issue doesn’t turn on whether the document or materials bear a classified marking. This is the statute under which David Petraeus—former Army general and Central Intelligence Agency director—was prosecuted for keeping classified information at home. Mrs. Clinton’s holding of classified information on a personal server was a violation of that law. So is transferring that information on a thumb drive to David Kendall, her lawyer.

    David Petraeus was sentenced to probation and a $100,000 fine. If people on her staff removed the classification labels on emails sent to her, that would be a felony. Having originally said that she received no classified emails, she is now saying that she received none labeled as classified. As Mukasey points out that is no defense.

    I suspect this is going to get a lot worse. The whole idea of maintaining a private communications system is, ab initio, deeply suspect. Her explanation, that it saved her having to carry more than one device, is ludicrous. Surely some IT guy in the State Department could have told her you can have any number of email addresses on a smart phone.

    There are a lot of unanswered questions here, at the very least. Here are five:

    1) She turned over 55,000 emails to the State Department, on paper, not electronically. Why? A thumb drive is about 1 1/2 inches long and is so light you can put one in a pocket and forget it’s there. 55,000 pieces of typing paper would make a stack 18 feet four inches high (I did the math). The only explanation I can think of is to make them unsearchable. Could there be another explanation that doesn’t imply nefarious purposes?

    2) Why did so few of those 55,000 emails contain classified information? The Secretary of State, presumably, doesn’t get emails regarding the guest list for the Bergen, Norway, consulate 4th of July garden party. She gets only high-level stuff, much of which, I would think, would be classified, much of it highly classified. If not by email, how was this sensitive material, such as intelligence reports, conveyed to Mrs. Clinton as she flew around the world meeting friends and antagonists?

    3) If the 30,000 private emails were, indeed, only about Chelsea’s wedding and yoga classes, as Clinton claims, why erase them? Keeping them would allow them to prove they were unimportant. Erasing them can only arouse suspicion.

    4) Why go to such trouble to wipe clean the server that had nothing improper on it? Deleting stuff from a hard drive doesn’t get rid of it, it just allows it to be overwritten.

    5) Why was the office of Inspector General at the State Department unfilled the entire time Clinton was Secretary of State? The position has been unfilled before (the position requires Senate confirmation), but never for five years and five months as it was between January 15, 2008, and June 27, 2013, six months after Clinton left office.

    • Octopus says:

      Heheh…innocent. You go with that, Fatass. 😆

      • I am, once again, really looking forward to seeing all the egg bukake on Charles’ chin.

      • Arachne says:

        Other notable and stupid narratives you “went with” —

        1. Glenn Beck’s followers may have killed a Federal agent – they were within driving distance.

        2. Breitbart lied about the laptop. Look there it is sitting outside a restaurant!

        3. George Zimmerman suffered no injuries at the hands of Trayvon Martin, who was just an innocent child walking home with his Skittles and cold drink.

        4. Michael Brown was a Gentle Giant that was gunned down in cold blood by a racist police officer.

        5. That State’s Attorney in Baltimore is going to make sure those killer cops are gonna be charged with murder like they should be!

        6. Fuck yeah, I’m a Social Justice Warrior!

      • Chunky's Missing Brain says:

        Also Breitbart hacked Weiner’s weiner and sent it to blonde ladies.

  12. trebob says:

    Since Charles is touting Hillary’s innocence, with his track record of accuracy, you can put your money on her being incarcerated.

    (Tennessee flags not withstanding)

  13. Arachne says:

    They’re oooing and aaahing over at the Swamp at a stupid Pages article that apparently loves the paragraph and misses the wording:

    “That any alien, being a free white person, who shall have resided within the limits and under the jurisdiction of the United States for the term of two years, may be admitted to become a citizen thereof, on application to any common law court of record, in any one of the states wherein he shall have resided for the term of one year at least, and making proof to the satisfaction of such court, that he is a person of good character, and taking the oath or affirmation prescribed by law, to ‘support the constitution of the United States, which oath or affirmation such court shall administer

    Notice the words “MAY” be admitted…not “SHALL” be admitted. Also it formalizes the procedure, making proof to the court, etc. When illegals do that, Sparky, let me know, since most of them won’t show up for their hearings.”

    He, like everyone else, LOVES to quote the 14th amendment:

    All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside. No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.

    Slipping in the country illegally does NOT confer upon you the status of being under our jurisdiction. You do not get to decide you are here and now under the U.S. protection. The citizenry confers this on you. You do not take it. BTW, the author of the 14th Amendment specifically viewed these citizenship protections as NOT applying to claims of aliens not admitted to the country legally.

    He also loves to quote US v Wong Kim Ark as red-letter law. Really? Ever heard of Dred Scott? Plessy v. Ferguson? Koramatsu? They’ve been known to get it wrong, Sparky.

    BTW this does not make the “case for birthright citizenship” – this only explains the road of how we got here. The U.S. and Canada are the ONLY two countries Western countries that bestow birthright citizenship.

    Please tell me WHY we should allow birthright citizenship.

    • trebob says:

      Yep, somehow they all miss the portion about “subject to the jurisdiction”. If you are citizens of another country, your are subject to THEIR jurisdiction, therefore not qualified to obtain birthright citizenship.

      Allow me to quote a long standing Senator who authored a bill to clarify the 14th amendment’s “birthright citizenship” and end it:

      “If making it easy to be an illegal alien is not enough, how about offering a reward for being an illegal immigrant? No sane country would do that, right? Guess again. If you break our laws by entering this country without permission and give birth to a child, we reward that child with U.S. citizenship and guarantee full access to all public and social services this society provides. And that is a lot of services. Is it any wonder that two-thirds of the babies born at taxpayer expense in county-run hospitals in Los Angeles are born to illegal alien mothers?”

      This obviously racist, misogynistic, GOP Senator’s name? Oh, it was Harry Reid (D-Utah) who said this in a speech he gave to garner support for a bill he crafted and supported in 1993.

      Oops! Sorry Charlie!

      *insert sad trombone sound here*

      • ISpeakJive says:

        He wuz born a racist, but then he read LGF starting in 2009 and SAW THE LIGHT!!!!

      • Arachne says:

        This is why I’d like to see the Convention of the States – if we’re fortunate enough to get one – tackle this issue on the 14th Amendment and state categorically that unless the birth is to at least one parent who is natural born or naturalized – there is no citizenship conferred and that the child is considered a citizen of the country of origin of the parents.

      • trebob says:

        Oops, D-Nevada. Don’t know what I was thinking or not thinking. The global warmening got to me.

    • ISpeakJive says:

      The amendment doesn’t have to be scrapped, just changed so that IF your parents are here legally, in whatever form, even if a temporary visa, whatever, you may be a citizen upon birth.

      If your parents are here illegally, then zippo.

      • swamprat says:

        People born here are Americans.
        How many have come from oppressed countries in order to give birth to a free American child? How many come from China to escape enforced abortion mandates?
        The problem lies with our open, unfettered borders.
        Our immigration bureaucracy is certainly draconian enough.
        We don’t need to curtail the very essence of our culture in order to react to people taking advantage of us leaving the door wide open.

        The problem is not that parents who have children born here want them to be Americans.(Good for them, I don’t want the other kind of parents here, anyway! )
        The problem is that we have no de facto border; just a stretch of wasteland the acts as a filter for the weak and easily deterred.
        We need an actual border. Not an impenetrable wall, but a gate we can open, or close, at our will. Otherwise having an “immigration policy” is just a ridiculous joke that inflames people into limiting the very freedoms we cherish.
        Freedoms like saying to a newborn child;

        “Give me your tired, your poor,
        Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,
        The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.
        Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me,
        I lift my lamp beside the golden door!”

        Which is kinda hard when you’re flooded with people who are encouraged to sneak over to work below minimum wage under the table while we make every effort to keep them from having to learn english, from having to get the legality which would give them a firm enough footing to demand good wages and working conditions. The left gets their voting dependents and the businesses get workers who shut their mouths and put up with low pay and bad working conditions.

        Other than that, i guess i have no feelings on the subject.

  14. Octopus says:

    Hope you nabbed a new space-heater at the summer garage sales, Goose. It’s fittin’ to be a cold-ass winter, according to my Farmer’s Almanac.

  15. Octopus says:

    You’re the one who never stops crying about how Ginger keeps returning to Twitter under new names, every time you manage to get one banned. You’re losing this game of Whack-A-Mole, Chunky. Losing bad. I think your coordination is off, from all the added flab.

    • Arachne says:

      No retweetsies? People are growing tired of your schtick, Charliekins.

    • Chunky's Missing Brain says:

      It’s true Chunkles is on Twitter. Where he’s mostly ignored and can’t make any money. Whereas Ginger is not on Twitter. And has clients, projects, various real research and writing gigs and gets booked on podcast interviews that last an hour. Not 10 minutes. And produces his own YouTube videos of his interviewing others. Where he shows his current self. Not a picture from 15 years and 300 empty calories pounds ago.

  16. ISpeakJive says:

    I wonder why this business model isn’t working for Chunky? He can’t seem to make a dime off that same strategy.

    What could it be???

    • Octopus says:

      Maybe because he’s always talking about nontroversies, rather than controversies?

      Or maybe it’s because he’s got the intelligence of a tree-stump, the wit of a rock, and the integrity of a Tijuana donkey-pimp. One of those.

    • Chunky's Missing Brain says:

      Chunky deplores the unethical and money grubbing practices of the media. That’s why he only repeats the most uplifting and reputable stories about Donald Trump being a racist, raping his wife, hating immigrants, being a misogynist, beating up black women, and so on and so forth…. And he will never take money for said stories but you can hit the tip jar and his GoFundMe for doing all the gut works for the leftard cause!!!

    • Minnow says:

      Hey Barry…. simple economics like if 10,000 subscribers paid $1 per month, you would be making $120,000 per year? Simple like that Barry?

      Asking for a friend.

      • Because olo says:

        Considering that he dumped over 15000 commenters with jobs, maybe you’re on to something.

        That train’s left the station, though.

      • Arachne says:

        Yep it’s the Jim Robinson model at Free Republic. I think he pulls in around $350,000 a year to keep his site going. But then again, he has something like 300,000 total registered users. You have…oh cmon – you could have 12,000 registered users, Chunk, but only 11 are actually saying anything.

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  18. Octopus says:

    The intelligence part is kept secret from you, that’s for sure.

  19. ISpeakJive says:

    So the Republicans appear to be winning these days? Awesome.

    That arc of the universe is now a flaming arrow aimed straight at the Hildebeast.

  20. Chunky's Missing Brain says:


    Because where are all the women Dre assaulted? Who cares? Those were just beyotches and hos. The only females acknowledged in the movie evidently are Mawmmas (big and fat yet wise presumably) and little innocent baby daughters who idolize their big strong rapper hero daddies. Oh and of course admiring beyotches in bikinis at parties and naked skanks (aka hos, also admiring) in bed in the background. 😆

    But Ben Schoen, Ginger, Donald Trump… big time misogynists. They should be in jail.

    – Chunkles McDumbth, PC social warrior for teh wimminz and teh blax and teh gayz!

  21. Because olo says:

    • Octopus says:

      That orange pantsuit is to die for. 😆

      • Octopus says:

        She does appear to have lost weight, though. Hey, Chunky…maybe if you drop a couple bills, you’ll be able to fit back into your orange jumpsuit! That would be awesome, eh?

  22. Because olo says:

  23. pineapple says:

    Lucky for Shaun King, the Hillary scandal is overshadowing his newly discovered whiteness.

  24. pineapple says:

    Damn, Shillary must have gone to the Jon Stewart stupid facial expression school.

  25. HIllary doesn’t need Charles to exonerate her. The facts do.

    This email thing is as big a nothingburger as Benghazi, Vince Foster, Travelgate – IOW, a manufactured outrage from radio talk show hosts and Fox “News.”

    • Octopus says:

      BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAH, Chunky-Stabs. 😆

      She’s on her way to a cranky retirement, if not prison. The campaign is screwed, unless she comes up with something very, very good to distract the attention of, well, everyone. Another 9-11 might do it, or the aforementioned death of her cheatin’ hubby, who is still beloved by millions, unlike her.

      Be very careful what you put in your mouth, Bill. Watch out for tripwires at the top of the stairs. Look both ways before crossing the street. 😯

      • Arachne says:

        Indeed. Because its the FBI doing all this investigating. Nothing to do with the right wing (although she’ll claim it is – because it was a vast right-wing conspiracy that made Monica Lewinsky an intern in the White House, right?).

        Chuck always picks the winners.

    • Chunky's Missing Brain says:

      Stank’s candidate:

      She’s got that Antonia look. Sen. Hillbagtonia how could you do State business on your own email server at your house, outside the State Dept, violating departmental rules all State employees must follow as well as federal law, skirting the FOIA, jeopardizing national security and then breaking federal law by destroying classified material? Is there any way that could be legal?

      Sen. Hillbagtonia: It izth pothible.

      • Arachne says:

        Not to mention sticking classified emails on a thumb drive and giving it to her LAWYER. Violation of federal law.

    • Charles Frank Johnson,

      While I am convinced that you really are too obtuse to reason with, I still so delight in shoving in your face more and more proof that you’re not just stupid, but you are insane.
      Sit down, put on a bib …

      Is Hillary Clinton Finished?
      Peter Wehner | @Peter_Wehner 08.19.2015 – 3:00 PM

      That may seem like a wildly premature question in the summer of the year before the presidential election. To which I would respond: It’s too early to know the answer the question, but it’s not too early to ask it.

      I say that because the extraordinary developments surrounding Mrs. Clinton’s private email server, which we now know contained material classified as Top Secret and is now in the hands of the FBI. It was on August 11 that the FBI took possession of Clinton’s server hardware and three thumb drives in her lawyer’s possession, which are said to contain copies of everything she turned over to the State Department. In addition, experts say that tens of thousands of emails she deleted may be recoverable. Which means Mrs. Clinton has now lost control over events, which is precisely what she was trying to ensure when she created her own homebrew computer system in the first place.

      Here’s some of what we know so far:

      Mrs. Clinton, in attempting to cover up her actions, has lied on multiple occasions.
      Two veteran prosecutors in the Justice Department’s National Security Division are overseeing the investigation. One of them helped manage the prosecution of David H. Petraeus (the retired general and former CIA director was sentenced to probation earlier this year and fined $100,000 after pleading guilty to a misdemeanor charge of mishandling classified materials.)
      Experts say it’s a virtual certainty that her server was compromised by foreign intelligence services.

      If you want to understand the gravity of the situation, I’d urge you to watch this interview with Robert Baer, a former CIA operative and CNN national security analyst. Mr. Baer pointed out that if he had sent a document like the one Hillary Clinton had on her server over the open Internet he’d get fired the same day, escorted to the door and probably be charged with mishandling classified information. When asked if this situation was a “deal breaker” for Clinton’s presidential candidacy, Baer said, “As a national security employee, a former one, yes.”

      “I can’t tell you how bad this is,” he added. “A lot of things get talked about, a lot of gossip, but having documents like this sent across the Internet, it could be hacked very easily and probably were hacked, is a transgression that I don’t think the president of the United States should be allowed to, you know, have committed.”

      Bob Woodward, who knows about such things, said that the Hillary Clinton email scandal “reminds me of the Nixon tapes. Thousands of hours of secretly recorded conversations that Nixon thought were exclusively his …. Hillary Clinton initially took that position, ‘I’m not turning this over, there’ll be no cooperation.” Now they’re cooperating. But this has to go on a long, long time, and the answers are probably not going to be pretty.”

      That rather understates things. What we’ve seen so far has not been pretty at all. And with the FBI driving this investigation, things may get a whole lot less pretty for Mrs. Clinton. I understand the argument of those like Ross Douthat of the New York Times that “I simply do not believe that the Obama Justice Department is going to indict the former secretary of state and Democratic front-runner for mishandling classified information, even if the offenses involved would have sunk a lesser figure’s career or landed her in jail.” Still, in a career marked by scandal, this one has the potential to be politically lethal. We’ll know soon enough if it is.

      Not only is she finished Foster Sinclair, people such as you will be hounded, chased, tarred and feathered, just put out of existence. You make me ill.

    • FrankJohnson said:

      “HIllary doesn’t need Charles to exonerate her. The facts do.”

      Enumerate them, asshole, or just STFU and STFD.

    • Pakimon says:

      Ron Jeremy “exonerates” frank’s mom’s keister at every opportunity

    • rightymouse says:

      Stanky: Shrillary is toast. Deal with it.

  26. Because olo says:

    Lol ^^^^^

  27. Arachne says:

    And what are the “facts” re the server?
    List them please.

    And let’s see…..Travelgate — they had Billy Dale prosecuted to cover their malfeasance and it took a jury less than 2 hours to exonerate him.

    Think her firing from the Watergate Committee was nothing? Listen dude, she’s the perfect candidate for you, I don’t doubt it for a minute.

  28. kbdabear says:

    Speaking of “Simple Economics”, how’s the cash flow going at Toot Inc?

    • Arachne says:

      How does he stay in business I wonder? I’m sure we’ll be seeing a YOOGE donation soon from some non-existent person to jump start the donations.

    • Octopus says:

      Nothing in the begging bowl. No love in the blog-hits department. No new followers on Twitter.

      In other words, it’s going great guns. Never better! 😆

  29. OLT's It's Fucking BRIGHT Outside The Donkey Show says:

    So, is the Obama inJustice Department now part of the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy?

    Oh, please, Stalker Charles, tell me the constant and timely “leaks” that are slowly drowning Hillary aren’t President Jarrett’s punishment for the Clinton machine’s disrespect.

    It’s like watching two gangs square off in an alley.

    It’s like watching Iran and Iraq in 1980.

    I don’t care who loses, as long as both sides lose.

    • Arachne says:

      The Clintons are going to pay DEARLY for that “he’d be gettin’ us coffee” remark.

    • Because olo says:

      They should call it West Wing Story. Instead of the Jets and the Sharks, they have the Jarrets and the She-arks.

  30. Not even the Democrat Operatives at MSDNC buy the same lies that Charles does.

  31. JimboXL says:

    I’m sorry but if any average American did what Hillary did they would be locked up for life whether they were lib, Dim, a progressive pig, a conservative, Republican, black white, whatever.

  32. Octopus says:

    Um, Fatass? Are you following the news at all?
    Or are you finally recognizing the Hildebeast? 😆

    • OLT's We've Struck Ponytail Grease says:

      • Minnow says:

        And Barry wonders why he never “made it” – why no one ever pays attention to him!?


        Barry, you are such a loser.

        “awful, creepy, vicious people with no apparent ethics whatsoever.”

        What a joke!?11?!1 As if you know the first thing about ethics.


        Don’t worry, as soon as Hildebeast is elected, you will be made Minister of Love or some such. No doubt.


  33. Octopus says:

    And this is why we can’t get any closure on the Tigers baseball season, Abu. Just when we’re ready to close the book, they go nuts on somebody. No DH, and no Victor Martinez? Okay, our new pitcher will hit a 2-run homer. 😆

    It’s still early, and the Cubs just scored, so now we have to keep watching. No closure. And no closer, to speak of.

  34. swamprat says:

    If you take a living fetus out of its mother to kill it for parts, then that fetus has been born on American soil and is now a murdered American citizen.

    • Octopus says:

      I was thinking earlier, after watching that horrible video, that it was clearly murder. Murder of an innocent child. The fact that it’s an American citizen isn’t more important than that, but it’s another aspect to consider.

      It took me two tries, to get through that thing. Just grisly, and downright evil, like watching Mengele experiment on Jews, or something as bad as that.

      What does Fatass think about it? Surely he is upset. Too upset to talk about it.

      • swamprat says:

        I wouldn’t even look. The description was so grisly ….

      • Octopus says:

        I don’t blame you for not watching. I wish I hadn’t. I’m glad I know what’s in the video, though. Could have gotten the info from a good description.

  35. rightymouse says:


    • Because olo says:

      And he keeps them in a jar under his futon, huh?

    • kbdabear says:

      You’d think he could come up with a few examples for a man under constant siege

    • Minnow says:

      Barry, you have no clue as to what constitutes “real life”! But thanks for playing dumbass!!


      Think about that Barry. You have no education, no accomplishments (oh, except as a shit-wadd, two-bit musician who everyone tripped after about ten minutes who has repeatedly stretched the truth regarding your lackluster career as a “musician”), no future, no recognition…. AND you are a fat asshole that no one likes.

      Congratulations on all of that shithead.

      • Octopus says:

        We just mock our apostates. In your beloved Islamic State, they chop their heads off with a rusty knife. On the internet.

    • Arachne says:

      Seven years? This site started in 2010 I believe,

  36. swamprat says:

    Hillary is going with the Trump Strategy:

    “Yeah, so what! Bite me peasants!”

    I have said it before. If i had one of the most secretive jobs in the U.S. , with Huma for an aide and Obama for a boss, I would probably have gone a similar route.

    Think about it. Huma (Miss double-agent Honeytrap herself) and Obama. Would YOU trust the email assigned to you? I’d have run two cans and a string rather than trust official sources.

    • Because olo says:

      There are ways to encrypt communications within somebody else’ system. That might have pissed the spooks off, but it wouldn’t have resulted in this penis-anus fusion event.

  37. swamprat says:

    “THAT was where your server was? I thought it was the server on your desk”
    ” Yes, I know and it was very entertaining to watch you try to not know that I loaded it with dirty jokes written in the most obscure Chinese dialect I could dig up!
    The reason you could never get it to connect was because it routed to another dummy router in the desk next to it – filled with dirty jokes in Lithuanian and a few recipes!
    Lord the night you shakenly sneaked it home i was laughing so hard, I almost wet myself!”
    “So you know?”
    “Know? Know? Anthony sold you for three pending bills and two male aides to be named at a later date! And believe-you-me, this in no way removes your obligations for our party tonight!”
    “I can’t believe you got me for just two aides and three bills.”

  38. Octopus says:

    Well, that escalated quickly.

    Shoo-in. 😆

    • Because olo says:

      Where’s Spanky? He needs to see that.

      • Octopus says:

        He’s seen it. Right now he’s watching Ron Jeremy and his mom, rumba’ing around the living room, naked. He’ll think of something to say, once he cleans up the splooge.

  39. Octopus says:

    There’s a hot rumor going around the celebrity gossip sites, saying that Trump had an affair in the past few years with Gretchen Carlson of Fox News. If true, what effect would this have on the campaign? Her career? Your own life? 😉

    • OLT's We've Struck Ponytail Grease says:

      1. Ew
      2, Ew
      3, Just Ew

    • Minnow says:

      Ten bucks says it isn’t true.

      And twenty bucks says that even if it is true, it won’t matter.

      Hell, with President Clinton and Monica, followed by Preezy Jack-off and his man-servant I.M. Queer – who cares if Donald screwed around a little. As Donald would say, this country has far more important things to consider than that.

      • Octopus says:

        My first impression was, “So what?” Trump is an old rake with a billion (he says) bucks, and Carlson is an aging Miss America from Minnesota. Both are married, but, in these lurid times, nobody’s going to be shocked by a little highfalutin’ hanky-panky.

        But, there is the problem of the hair. His freakish combover, all sweaty and disheveled while he’s barking in her ear, “It’s YOOOGE, isn’t it?”

        That’s enough of that.

      • swamprat says:

        If I wanted to live in a country where politicians are judged by whether they look like porn stars, I would move to Italy.

  40. JimboXL says:

    General Patraeus, nothing happened to him over classified info in emails, oh wait.

  41. Octopus says:

    Paddle faster!

  42. ISpeakJive says:

    So the server was in a bathroom in Denver. What happened to the server she said was in her house being guarded by the Secret Service?

    Maybe she should hire Chunky to ‘splain it all to her. He can tell her about sandboxes and hackers and whatnot.

  43. kbdabear says:

    Toot finds another bra to snap

  44. kbdabear says:

    We know that you knew Breitbart, Toot. There’s a good reason he knew you as “Fuckface”

    • Octopus says:

      “Evil shit” being newsy reportage like the gem from today, with Shaun King being outed as a Dolezal-esque dirtbag. Yes, it’s very, very evil. Insanely evil. 😈

  45. Octopus says:

  46. Octopus says:

    Chunky finds a silver-lining, even as the clouds of doom settle over Shrillary’s Shoo-In Campaign. Aw, that’s nice.

  47. kbdabear says:

    OK Toot, we know that a PP tech playing with a beating heart is just another yawner to you, but WHERE IS THE FRAUD? What part of the videos can you expertly point out are “deceptively edited”. Is this your “Moral Arc of the Universe” you were yacking about last night?

  48. kbdabear says:

    You circled the bowl years ago Toot, now you’re just the fat turd that’s clogging the drain

    • Pakimon says:

      You know what else is circling the drain?

      Chunkles’ gofundme page.

      Three weeks since he got a “donation”. 😆

      • Octopus says:

        He’s not even bothering with the self-applied pump-priming “donations,” anymore.

        It’s dead, Jim. 😆

  49. Simple , like banning and or going full loon commie and running off all you posters.

    Ya, simple all right.

    Economic Nazi