Charles keeps tweeting on Ammon Bundy

After running away from a  confrontation from real Nazis, Charles goes back to his smear merchant act. He starts a twitter storm about Ammon Bundy.










We get the point Charles.


97 Comments on “Charles keeps tweeting on Ammon Bundy”

  1. Octopus says:

    Chunky’s creaming himself, over the Bundy arrest. I think he might set a record for spamming himself. 😆

  2. Octopus says:

    Got a little uggo out in Stink Palace, tonight. If the chemicals aren’t mixed correctly, bad things happen.

    Because. Stupid.
    1 hour ago
    Fuck yeah.
    1 hour ago
    No shit.
    1 hour ago
    1 hour ago
    Dumb. Yes.
    1 hour ago
    Whatever. Here’s a cherry.
    1 hour ago
    Because. Dumb.
    1 hour ago
    Sick people.…
    1 hour ago

  3. kbdabear says:

    “Begging for money”…

    We all know that’s below you, don’t we Toot.

    Toot would shit if Ritzheimer got more than $3400 in a few days..

  4. Octopus says:

    Stealing donated money from wounded vets to fund lavish conferences and offshore accounts (just guessing at the latter, but I’d bet it’s happening), is about as low as a creepy crawly critter can low-crawl. The thing is, it’s not illegal to run a “charity” like your own private piggy-bank. It’s done so often, it’s pretty much expected. Jerkwads!


    Wounded Warrior Project reportedly accused of wasting donor money
    Published January 26, 2016

    Wounded Iraq war veteran Joe Beimfohr sits among injured war veterans during a news conference held by the Wounded Warrior Project to urge Congress to pass a final version of the Dignified Treatment of Wounded Warriors Act.

    The charity for wounded veterans, the Wounded Warrior Project, is facing accusations of using donor money toward excessive spending on conferences and parties instead of on recovery programs, according to a CBS News report.

    Army Staff Sergeant Erick Millette, who returned from Iraq in 2006 with a bronze star and a purple heart, told CBS News he admired the charity’s work and took a job with the group in 2014 but quit after two years.

    “Their mission is to honor and empower wounded warriors, but what the public doesn’t see is how they spend their money,” he told CBS News.

    Millette said he witnessed lavish spending on staff, with big “catered” parties.

    “Going to a nice fancy restaurant is not team building. Staying at a lavish hotel at the beach here in Jacksonville, and requiring staff that lives in the area to stay at the hotel is not team building,” he told CBS News.

    According to the charity’s tax forms obtained by CBS News, spending on conferences and meetings went from $1.7 million in 2010, to $26 million in 2014, which is the same amount the group spends on combat stress recovery.

    Two former of employees, who were so fearful of retaliation they asked that CBS News not show their faces on camera, said spending has skyrocketed since Steven Nardizzi took over as CEO in 2009, pointing to the 2014 annual meeting at a luxury resort in Colorado Springs.

    “He rappelled down the side of a building at one of the all hands events. He’s come in on a Segway, he’s come in on a horse,” one employee told CBS News.

    About 500 staff members attended the four-day conference in Colorado, which CBS News reported cost about $3 million.

    Wounded Warrior Project declined CBS News’ interview requests for Nardizzi, but instead sent Director of Alumni and a recipient of their services, Captain Ryan Kules, who denied there was excessive spending on conferences.

    “It’s the best use of donor dollars to ensure we are providing programs and services to our warriors and families at the highest quality,” he said.

    Kules added the charity did not spend $3 million on the Colorado conference, but he was not there and was unable to say what it did cost. He also told CBS News that the charity does not spend money on alcohol or engages in any other kind of excessive spending.

    • Arachne says:

      Indeed. I used to give money to this organization until I heard on David Webb’s show that they were not using said money for its intended purpose.

      I recall when people gave millions after 9/11 to the Red Cross and United Way, who then channeled the funds into pet projects of their own. I don’t like Bill O’Reilly all that much, but I do give him kudos for blowing the whistle on these organizations and their funneling of money that donors intended for 9/11 victims to whatever struck their fancy.

      • Because olo says:

        It’s almost like we can’t trust the nonprofit motive or something.

        • Octopus says:

          Thank God we can still trust our government, to spend our money wisely. Phew!

        • ISpeakJive says:

          I want one of those.

          Pay yourself and your friends $400,000 a year first, give away the rest, but shun that last 7-9% “profit” and everyone loves you because you’re not a greedy profiteering capitalist.

          • Octopus says:

            The richest person I know owns a chain of “non-profit” substance abuse clinics, offering both inpatient and outpatient care and counseling. Had 16 locations, the last I heard. Going great guns. Apparently, and this may come as a shock to some, there are lots of people in Michigan self-medicating themselves nearly to death, and sometimes beyond that. Who knew?

            Thank God for selfless philanthropists like this man, who takes only a modest salary (est. $1M/yr) and does so much good for society. Throws a great party, too, on the lake he owns and developed into luxury residential real estate (est. value $200M). If he performs at least two miracles, he is a shoo-in for sainthood. I think he has one in the books, so far — got his first wife to run away with her boy-toy, so he could marry his trophy wife, who looks like the young Barbi Benton.

          • ISpeakJive says:

            That’s an AlGorian level of dogoodernessichism*

            *german word I just made up.

          • Jive,

            That’s an AlGorian level of dogoodernessichism*

            Would that be “duguterheit“?

  5. Because olo says:

    Uh-oh. she forgot to close the curtain again…

  6. Arachne says:

    It’s “going to be national news” – uh, dumbshit – it WAS national news when you first reported it. Stop acting like you had some boots on the ground operative on the scene.

  7. Minnow says:

    Barry, your sauce is mighty weak of late….. mighty weak.

  8. ISpeakJive says:

  9. Because olo says:

    I love Ashe Schow.

  10. […] Note how many leftists today are cheering because the FBI killed a protester in Oregon last night, and want more. […]

  11. Because olo says:

    Escaped from the swamp?

  12. Because olo says:

    Cristina’s going after the Wicked Witch of Illinois again…

    • rightymouse says:

      Most of the responses to Shrillary’s meaningless tweet give me hope for this election.

      • Octopus says:

        From Ace:

        Poetic Political Snapshot of the Day: “Huma starts sobbing as Hillary mounts her rascal and drives off down the highway” — MikeyNTH

        That’s an image for ya. 😆

  13. rightymouse says:

    Gussy’s asking for trouble again.

    • Octopus says:

      Gus gets just the right amount of “medicine” into him, and he actually makes sense, for about an hour most evenings. It’s really weird. Because the next morning, he’s right back to parroting lefty-bullshit all day. 😆

    • rightymouse says:

      Reminds me of DiCaprio going on about climate change and flying around on private jets and cruising on ganormous yachts.

  14. Octopus says:

    Here he goes again, with a brief window of clarity. It’s inside you, Gus, like another personality. “The Sane Adult,” let’s call him. Most of the time, he’s kept locked up in the sub-basement of your addled brain, but he ventures out when the chemicals are just right.

    Nothing says working class like a university town, Noe Valley, or Whole Foods.
    18 minutes ago

    They keep talking about the working class from academic and gentrified settings while in fact ridiculing the working class as ignorant.
    18 minutes ago

    • ISpeakJive says:

      How would you like to have to fake it all day while you’re sober, then after the alcohol kicks in you can finally say what you really think?

      LGF is a cult.

  15. Octopus says:

    Gus: “Cat’s looking good.”

    (something in the weed that night)

  16. swamprat says:

    so he gets out of the car and then the guy tried to talk to them, the driver said, I’m just going to drive and I’m just gonna talk to the sheriff, or shoot me now or let us go, and they were“Get out of the car and put your hands up. But finally, he decided to just drive. We all got doiwn on the floorboard and he drove off and then they started firing at us. They were shotting a bunch of times and then they had a roadblock set up and so he ran into a snow bank and they started riddling the car with bullets. And then like when we crashed,we stopped for a second, he ( Lavoy) got out of the car and he had his hands in the air, and Unless just shoot me then , and they did, they shot him dead, they shot him right there like there just walking with his hands in the air. And I thought I swear to god my god, just walking with his hands in the air, they shot him dead and after he was down on the ground , they shot him three more times, and then they bombarded our vehicle with bullets. Flying Ryan got hit in the shoulder, we were laying down on the floor board screaming. They gassed us like five times.

  17. swamprat says:

    there was more to it. they ran a stop-point, crashed, then were shot at, then walked up shouting threatenly
    but it looked like a setup to those involved

  18. swamprat says:


    uhh, so you can shot the guys left in the car?

    • Octopus says:

      As ugly as the scene was, and it does look from this report like the law enforcement guys got a little trigger-happy, that’s the chance you take when you decide to tangle with the armed authorities, and make it clear you’re willing to go down shooting. Eventually you get ventilated, but good. I can imagine how high the tensions must have been running on the law’s side, waiting all this time for the order/opportunity to go hard. Not that the Bundy group didn’t have legit gripes, because they did, but armed insurrection isn’t the way. If you do go that way, you reap the whirlwind.

  19. Because olo says:

    Cristina smacks some idiot with history and facts and shit…

    Is she awesome, or what?

  20. Octopus says:

    A little English folk-ditty in honor of Gustavo’s demons. They took him on quite a ride, this evening. They ended on good terms, which is nice.

    Praise Jesus.
    46 minutes ago
    Tugs on pipe,
    48 minutes ago
    Good times.
    49 minutes ago
    No shit. Sherlock.
    55 minutes ago
    Vat, ever.
    56 minutes ago
    Good times though!
    1 hour ago
    What a trip.
    1 hour ago
    So beautiful.
    1 hour ago

  21. Octopus says:

    This is a cut-and-paste comment from somebody else, I assure you. He is not an authority on pro wrestling, and indeed has never mentioned the “sport” since 2001. I will go to the google now, and find his uncredited source material. One moment, pliss.

    Ah, here we go:

    Well, Fatass, sorry about that. You still haven’t had an original thought since Mouse-Ka-Mania, and I bet you stole that, too. 😆

    • Minnow says:

      Barry, you are such a poseur and a thief.

      Nice try though Barry, I am sure there must be a handful of twenty something nitwits out there who think you walk on water, but as for the rest of the world?


      You idiot.


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  23. Pakimon says:

    It’s a dark cloudy night in a Denver suburb and Gus is admiring his handiwork.

    Having been evicted from his garage dwelling, Gus has been able to set up a new home behind the Safeway thanks to the large refrigerator carton he found by the Lowe’s up the street.

    So roomy… So spacious…

    • Pakimon says:

      Dragging that large carton down the highway to his new home base with an (allegedly) gimpy leg was fraught with peril.

      The swerving cars, the loud honking of horns and the angry curses still ring in Gus’ ears as he reflects on the harrowing experience.

    • Pakimon says:

      Despite all that, Gus is optimistic and happy.

      The government supplied ditch-weed had made the experience seem not so bad.

    • Pakimon says:

      A passing vagrant pauses to appraise Gus’ luxurious new “mobile” home.

      “You’d better put some plastic over that.”, the vagrant advises.

      Gus doesn’t want to hear it. After all, he’s an aspiring architect and knows what he’s doing.

      He dismisses the vagrant’s advise out of hand and goes back to sipping his Sterno cocktail.

    • Pakimon says:

      The vagrant points to the dark sky punctuated by lightning flashes and warns, “It’s going to start pouring rain soon!”

      Gus peeks his head out of the refrigerator carton and is irritated at having the obvious pointed out to him.

    • Pakimon says:

      The vagrant shrugs and wanders off, leaving Gus in peace in his spacious new home.

      He knocks back his Sterno cocktail, finishes off if ditch-weed blunt and lays back on the pile of his tattered underwear he has fashioned into a bed.

      The first raindrops begin pattering on the refrigerator carton as Gus sighs contentedly in his new abode.

    • Pakimon says:

      The rain begins to fall harder but Gus takes no notice.

      His mind, pickled by Sterno and jellied by ditch-weed has begun to wander.

      Images of the tawny, taut, underwear clad she-devil prancing and teasing through her bedroom window infest his brain.

      Gus’ basic animal instincts take over…

    • Pakimon says:

      The rain is pouring down now yet Gus is oblivious.

      What’s left of his brain is focused on finally having a “happy ending” to his “self-gratification”.

      He’s so close now and he’s ecstatic!

      Unnoticed by Gus is that the cardboard of the refrigerator carton has become saturated with water and is beginning to sag and drip in an ominous fashion with icy rain accumulating in the resulting gully in the top of the carton….