“Raise Your Hand. Now you’re a Nazi,” says Charles (der Führer) Johnson

Yes, Charles, everyone who holds his/her hand in the air for whatever reason is a Nazi.

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Daedalus Addendum:
I went to the Trump rally in Orlando out of curiosity. It was not Nazi salutes the fans did for Trump. It was a pledge to vote for Trump, Tuesday March 15th. I am no fan or Trump nor his movement, but the media is lying here.

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113 Comments on ““Raise Your Hand. Now you’re a Nazi,” says Charles (der Führer) Johnson”

  1. pineapple ¯\_(''-)_/¯ says:

    $50
    Charlie Vogel
    11 hours ago
    “Some scratch to keep the joint humming along”

    After one month the brain addled pothead Teleskiguy donates 50 bucks he borrowed from his dad.

    This loony nutcase has skied head first into one too many trees.

    • kbdabear says:

      That should buy Toot a book of bus passes from Metro LA since I don’t think Toot got a new car.

    • Arachne says:

      Look for “Anonymous” donation to follow in a day or two of less than the amount donated by Vogel. Because he will have withdrawn Vogel’s money and made a second donation to himself. Because they always come in pairs.

      BTW Vogel, do you really think $50 will keep the site afloat? He was looking for an immediate infusion of $10,000 last year – not dribs and drabs – he didn’t think he was going to have to wait this long to get it. BTW has he mentioned his GoFundMe page recently? If not, I think he probably emails Vogel and asked him to jump start it. If it even WAS Vogel – he might have said “hey can I use your name to make a donation to myself?” and Vogel’s all “hell, I don’t care.”

      And let’s face it Vogel – you’d have done more good to walk around an homeless encampment and pass out $50 worth of singles to the people who could use a sandwich.

      Also notice that we spent a good deal of time last week making fun of the fact that his GoFundMe site was stalled, so of course a donation would show up.

      Hey, how’s that insurance claim for the accident that wasn’t your fault, comin’ Fatso? I thought we’d at least get an update by now.

      • kbdabear says:

        I would imagine that since Toot refused to hand over the title to the SUV after the insurance company said they were totaling it, he’s probably driving it to Whole Foods with a banged up body.

    • Bunk X says:

      Cato didn’t have the scratch, so he opted for the Baltimore Sun obits instead. “Do it.”

  2. kbdabear says:

    Meanwhile thousands of Gamergate voices cry out; “Who is this clown, was anyone tweeting him?”

    • kbdabear says:

      • Arachne says:

        And I’m sure we’d need NO fingers to count the number of them that give a SHIT what you do.

        By the way, Senor Shitbag, I saw what you did there. Shadow banning can only be done by TWITTER – are you seriously trying to intimate that your on their Public Safety Committee? Because I believe Twitter Support just sends your complaints right to the “delete” file at this point.

        • They wouldn’t allow a fat old white male ghoul on their committee anyway. Only LGBT tattooed pierced and dress wearing men are allowed. Anyone else would be oppressive.

          • Bunk X says:

            My contact at Twitter says they send complaints from people like Charles to a secret holding file called 3pLOL

  3. kbdabear says:

    Which you bragged about taking part in before Twitter realized you were abusing the spam reports…

    • Arachne says:

      Absolutely – once he realized his account was in jeopardy (which is why I think he changed it) he immediately claimed that there was No Such Thing as the Twitter Gulag. And yes, dickwad, there is “shadowbanning” and there have been numerous examples of it promulgated on the internet. It’s just that no one invited you into the discussion.

      Now shut the fuck up.

    • Bunk X says:

  4. Octopus says:

    http://realclimatescience.com/2016/03/noaa-radiosonde-data-shows-no-warming-for-58-years/

    Gee, Wally…you’d think the Science Consensus men would be more honest. 😆

  5. Octopus says:

    This will change the lives of five people! Thanks, Fatass!

    • Arachne says:

      I’m sure the guy with 18K tweets and only 621 followers that actually answered you and the collections of Twitter LOSERS that retweeted you to their combined total of >5K follwers really feel like they’re part of the bigger picture.

      Have ya noticed there, Humpty DUMBty, that you really, really aren’t being noticed by, oh, I don’t know, anyone but the lower layer.

      BTW guys – what’s his tweet count up to? I can’t view and I’m curious.

      Oh, and lest I forget – since I think that you do that “promoted to the front page” bullshit to make the advertisers think you’re just brimming with original content – WHO wrote this screed? And to quote the great Andy Breitbart – “what was their grade in reading comprehension”?

      • Octopus says:

        I can’t help feeling that all the Twitter and Facebook stuff is kind of seven-years-old, with apologies to those who enjoy participating. “Notice me!” “Look, Mom, I’m going to dive off the diving board!” “Lois?”

        On the other hand, I say stuff online and expect acknowledgment occasionally, so I’m also seven. Maybe eight some days, or six on others. Look, I’m doing it again! 🙂

        • Arachne says:

          Hey, I have, at last count, 848 followers and I’m grateful for every damn one of them.
          But I seem to recall when we were starting out with Twitter, Humpty DUMBty used to make fun of people’s follower count. In fact, when he started getting into it with Ginger, didn’t he make quite a show that he had something like 10,000 followers and Ginger had less than 8,000.

          Maybe I’m mis-remembering it.

          • Octopus says:

            Anything that people enjoy, that makes life more fun, I’m in favor of, as long as nobody’s getting seriously hurt. Twitter is silly, but it’s fun. It’s a shame the libturds control it, but then, they control a lot of the media. Plant the seeds of discontent, and see if you can make them grow.

  6. Octopus says:

    Same with Iraq, right? If we hadn’t intervened in Kuwait, Saddam would be sitting on all oil and Saudi Arabia, beside, owning nukes, massive stockpiles of WMD, and the second or third largest military in the world. Not something the Left is wont to acknowledge, these days…because Bush is EVIL INCARNATE!!

  7. pineapple says:

    Just wait till Trump gets a hold of her…….. Salon will be running to their safe space!

    • rightymouse says:

      “Sanders appears hectoring and even thoughtless during Sunday night’s Democratic debate”
      All because Hillary kept interrupting him and he said “let me finish”. Hillary’s a bitch. Bernie’s a commie. And they are ALL the donkeys could muster. Bah…..

      • rightymouse says:

        His words were “Excuse me! I’m talking!” when she interrupted him. Fatso should ask why she was being so rude!

    • Bunk X says:

      Jazz Hands Fail.
      Hillary has the bigger svantze. His name is Bill.

  8. rightymouse says:

    Tsk..tsk
    Telling a female to eff off is misogyny according to Donkey rules.

    • Minnow says:

      Wow Barry, such thoughtful rebuttal.

      How would YOU describe such a heinous act Barry? Are you even aware of what you are looking at in that photo?

      Barry, you are an uninteresting half-wit.

      -and you are a shithead for marginalizing the young child in the grotesque photo in the way you have.

      God Bless you little child. May you rest in peace.

      • rightymouse says:

        In the perfect world, Fatso would have to watch, Clockwork Orange style, a loop of full term babies being murdered by Planned Parenthood. He’s a sick bastard.

        • Octopus says:

          The ironic thing, which would bust any meter, is that Fatass is calling the person who is offended by the reality of fetus-murder a “sick freak,” when he is the one who promotes the bloody massacre as a religious sacrament.

    • Arachne says:

      She’s not the sick freak Fatso. She’s not the one justifying it. YOU are.
      Oh, and once again, the loser dregs are right there to block and report.
      Their pathetic follower count should have Twitter shaking in their shoes.
      No one told you to click on the link.

    • PeteP says:

      He’s OK with abortion but he’s not OK with photos of an abortion.

  9. rightymouse says:

    We see it spelled out as George Walker Bush frequently.
    Why are you and the liberals so uptight about seeing Barack Hussein Obama?
    It’s his name, right?

  10. rightymouse says:

  11. rightymouse says:

    Don’t worry Michelle, it’ll all be over next year.

    • pineapple says:

      Justice is Odumbo living the rest of his life with that psycho, Mrs Odumbo.

      • Octopus says:

        I would not want that woman angry with me, in an enclosed space. Unless I had a good strong taser, and maybe a chair.

      • I think she’s hot though. That crazy in her eyes, that’s just normal woman. Just like women don’t want a milquetoast, we don”t want some dishwater mouse. I like fire in a woman. Even if I don’t like her politics I do like her womanliness. She’s OK.

        • pineapple says:

          Milquetoast beats psycho.

          • I think that’s why I get the crazy ones. 🙂 They’re a real handful. My politics are polar opposite to Obungle but our personalities are quite similar. Part of my ridicule of him is I know exactly where he comes from mentally. Passive analytical with a suppressed dominance. The women who are attracted to us are strong and dominant but smart and know when to back down. I respect that.

        • Octopus says:

          Different strokes, me hearty. She’s not my type, but I can see where she has some appeal. I like some black gals, but I’m not a huge fan of the wig-hatted modern types. Give me a funky medium-sized afro. I have a distant memory of this…wait, who reads this?! 😯

    • Bunk X says:

      She’s got webbed fingers.

  12. ISTE Content says:

    “The tennis star announced she received a letter from the International Tennis Federation that she failed a test at the Australian open and said she took “full responsibility.”

    OK I am comfortable with women with small breasts, more muscles than Tarzan in his prime. Even if they took some kind of medicine to get that way.

    As long as thay have an “innie” not an “outy”

    It is the really muscular “chicks” that have more “muscle” in their shorts than I do that I stay away from.

    • Octopus says:

      That was very interesting. I saw a couple of lying-tells in there, but all in all, it was a pretty good performance.

    • Wow. I’m stunned. I feel a little sorry for her. She has NEVER been able to beat Serena. I used to think maybe Serena was taking PEDs but I don’t think so anymore. It’s usually accompanied by rampant injuries. Serena’s mostly been healthy over the last decade. And when she fails it’s always mental, not physical. Poor pretty Maria has never quite measured up, let’s face it. And she’s always been such a fighter. But cheating is not the way to fight. I remember when Martina Hingis wanted to beat Steffi Graf in Steffi’s last match. It just was NOT going to happen. Steffi made for damn sure. That’s a champion. Maria’s a great player but she’s not THE champion. Serena is.

    • OH OK I get it. Maybe she really didn’t know and they changed the standards. Anyway I lover to death and she’s SO beautiful. I wish her the best. I think she’s a sweetie. And I hope she keeps fighting.

      • Octopus says:

        I used to have a real tv-crush on Hingis, back when I was still young and impressionable. In my late-30’s, was it? I have no idea why she appealed to me, at the time. 😉

        I read an intriguing blind-item gossip glurge about Martina The Lesser Tennis Goddess, the other day. I will re-post it for your skeptical consideration:

        60. ENTERTAINMENT LAWYER 03/04 **#14**
        When I read the news that tennis legend Bud Collins has passed away, I recalled the one and only time I met the guy. It was during one of those mindless tennis tournaments that go on between the Grand Slams. Just another week with 32 tennis players hoping to pick up a few bucks in the middle of nowhere. It was just a quick hello and moving on. He took the time to say hi to everyone who recognized him from television and he autographed a pair of pants for a guy that only someone like Bud would like. Nothing of note really happened that week, but a few weeks later, tennis, or at least one player would be front and center in my life for about a week. The crazy thing about this tennis player is that she was one of the top ranked women in the world when this happened back in the day and is still one of the top ranked women in the world. I’m too lazy to look but I don’t think she was 21 when this happened. Maybe just a shade under. I was at the tournament trying to make contacts and do some networking. I had been given free tickets and some hospitality passes. You know what hospitality passes mean? Free booze. So, yeah, I was there. One of the things you got to also do with these passes was go to an event that featured a lot of the tennis players before the week of play actually started. It was a thank you to the sponsors and an opportunity for them to get up close and personal with the players and for me to get not only free booze, but also free food. Win win. I remember that Jennifer Capriati was there and this was the year of her comeback, maybe the year after. I know they drug tested back then, but she was jacked up on something. Seriously. Like a thousand miles per hour. It was the roadrunner for two straight hours. Plus, she talked that fast too. She was a whirlwind. I was watching it all happen from the bar. Have I told you how much I love open bars? Never see me more than ten feet from one because if you get too far away, someone pushes their way in. People love free booze. One of the tennis players walks up and orders a drink. Not just any drink, but whiskey. Well, hello new friend. As I said, I don’t think she was old enough to drink, but no one was going to card. I was just shocked that she would be drinking whiskey when she presumably had to play the next day. I told her I admired her taste and I thought she was going to do that whole why is this creepy looking dude talking to me about whiskey and how can I get out of this gracefully in case he is a reporter look. Instead, I got a smile and witnessed her slam it down in one shot before ordering another. She then questioned my manliness because I was still drinking my drink. Well, I couldn’t have that and the next thing you know we each had five or six shots. This was someone who was in the top 5 in the world. Hammering back shots the night before she was supposed to play. It turns out the player she was going against the next day withdrew with an injury. My guess is my drinking buddy paid her $10K to withdraw. It was way more than she was going to earn getting waxed by Miss Whiskey. After we had our shots, she said farewell and I thought that would be it. A couple of days later I was sitting in the stands during the middle of the day and someone hits me in the back of the head. I turn around and it is her. She has this huge smile on her face and says, lets go. She drags me to some player area and we have some food and drink, although this time she did stick to water. She had to play that night. We get to talking and she says her boyfriend is coming that night and would I mind taking one of her friends and making it a double date because she is not sure if she is going to break up with the guy (foreign born B- list tennis player at the time and nothing now) and wanted some people with her. I say fine. She says to come by her hotel that night about 7. I get there and she opens the door in a bra and shorts. On the bed is a guy who is definitely not the tennis player boyfriend. Nope. As I found out later it is a foreign born at the time B- list golfer who moved to A+ and still has A list name recognition. Surprise. Apparently he was not supposed to be in town but turned up when he missed a cut. She decides she is going to break up with the tennis player, but is scared so proceeds to have about five shots before we go, leaving the golfer behind. We get to dinner and my “date” is with me and our tennis player has four more drinks before the food comes and then has a bunch of wine with dinner and is just hammered. Wasted. In a restaurant. Surrounded by other diners. She then grabs this wine bucket and pukes in the bucket before getting up to go to the bathroom. As she gets up and is helped by my “date,” she turns to the tennis player and tells him they are breaking up and that she is “f**king” someone else. She leaves and now it is just me and this guy I just met. Nice. She never came back to the table. The good news is he paid.

        Female tennis player: Martina Hingis
        Tennis player boyfriend: Julián Alonso
        Golfer boyfriend: Sergio Garcia

  13. Because olo says:

    Memo to Toot:

  14. kbdabear says:

    Toot is that obnoxious kid who always ratted you out to your teacher who grew up to be the obnoxious suckup coworker who rats everyone out to the boss…

    Segue to Toot eagerly checking every Twitter notification to see if NDT responded and thanked Toot for his big tipoff

    • kbdabear says:

      And for the record, that was a typical low class move by Ginger, and I’m not a NDT fan

    • pineapple says:

      Milo was in the White House and asked two questions which were answered by the smarmy Josh Ernest. Toot almost had a stroke.

      Ginger gets to meet Neil deGrasse Tyson and even poses for a photo with him. Fatso flips out again and exhibits more sour grape behavior.

      Fatso obsessively stalked Ginger on Twitter for two years and Neil deGrasse Tyson didn’t know who Ginger was.

      Toot is very disappointed.

      • Octopus says:

        Toot is not “a player,” is he?

        Poor morbidly-obese and irrelephant Toot! 😦

      • ISpeakJive says:

        What was interesting about that was Josh Earnest didn’t even skip a beat answering the question from Milo. He sounded like he was already very familiar with the subject of social media censorship. It’s already on their radar.

        • Octopus says:

          And Milo is very much on their radar, too. Which raises the question, “Why isn’t a massive blob of blubber like Chunky McDumbth on their radar?”

          I mean, how much groveling and sucking-up does one morbidly-obese man have to do?

        • Because olo says:

          It’s affecting lefties, too. Blue-on-blue. Twitter’s “safety” is a hot mess.

  15. Octopus says:

    https://literaryworksforeveryone.wordpress.com/2011/07/23/the-grains-of-paradise/

    Thees is a good story, my friends. A story of manly men, men of honor, with huge cojones and bellies lined with lead. Men who do not sweat, unless they choose to sweat. Men who are worthy of good women.

    • I loved that story. I forced my wife to listen to it as she was going to bed.

      • Octopus says:

        Heheh…good work! Spice up the old marriage, with some manly prose. Chicks really dig that. I like to read my wife a little Hemingway, as foreplay. I’m going to his old house tomorrow. I hear there are lots of six-toed cats there, descendants of Papa’s original mutant feline, gifted him by a crusty sea captain. Tomorrow night, we will read the good one. The one about hunting the lion, and the Cape buffalo. Panties will drop to the floor, as the great beasts go down hard on the dusty savanna. Death in the afternoon. La petite mort. Wait…doesn’t the hubby go down hard in this one? Don’t get any ideas, dear!

        https://www15.uta.fi/FAST/US1/REF/macomber.html

        • LOL! You crack me up as usual Octo. Have you read The Green Hills of Africa? If not, I highly recommend it. He calls his wife POM (Poor Old Mama). LOL! And he drinks gin in the evening to relax. Hemingway, like Steinbeck or Updike is so descriptive as to make you wish you were there that day with the puffy clouds and the elusive kudu and that big valley. Like Shakespeare. I don’t just get the description I get the “THOUGHTS” which no play or movie could ever give you.

          • Octopus says:

            I have read that, and I think I’ve read all of Hemingway’s stuff, too. I’ve been a big fan since reading “The Old Man And The Sea,” as a kid. The Nick Adams stories also made a big impression on me youngish self.

            We really are going by his house later on this afternoon. I’m very allergic to cats, so we’ll see how long I can stand it.

  16. JimnoXL says:

    I’ve noticed that with the arrival of Trump, Hot Air contributors have started to become twisted, nutty and hateful in my opinion, and are becoming like the hateful contributors of the very hateful progressive blog. Glen Beck is calling him Hitler. I have yet to see why Trump is turning so many people into basketcases. It is so odd to see a mass hysteria from progressives, Republicans and conservatives all at once. I don’t think I’ve seen anything like it in modern politics, even from the Obola era.

    • JimnoXL says:

      I should clarify too, the hysteria so far as I can see seemingly is all on the same side against him, like they all think he’s the anti-Christ. It is quite a sight to behold.

    • Octopus says:

      Beck is calling him Hitler? Oh, boy. That’s just sad. Did Glenn read that on LGF?

      I’m too tired to attempt a full-on examination of Trump as a serious candidate, but the fact remains, he’s not even a conservative, though he’s attempting to play one on TV. They’ve already monster-ized him on the Left, and now the Right is joining in. He won’t be in any position to win a general election, that’s pretty clear. Which means we get Shrillary. Won’t that be fucking great? Well, it will be good for the earplug manufacturers.

  17. Octopus says:

    Nope. Not even.

    • I have to say I did at least enjoy that somewhat. The horns were working and people were making actual music. That’s a lot better than dumbass usually delivers. I only listened to about a 3rd of it. it’s certainly not the “future of music” but not a bad outing.

    • Arachne says:

      Right. Kiss of death. Now the kid will go nowhere.
      Nothing makes me laugh more than watching a 63-year-old (in a month) fat fuck with a ponytail talk about the “future of music” as if he were in Vice President of Elektra Records’ A&R Department and had the power to promote these artists.

      Dude, you’re a candidate for “My 600 lb. Life” – that’s as close to TV as you’re gonna get.

      BTW, did anyone else think that when Fatso broke that BIG story about the press credentials last week that he was going to finally get some air and radio time. What do you bet he kept his cell phone fully charged waiting for it to ring? Chunky doesn’t realize that everyone threw out his phone number long ago. Very few are willing to give him credit for anything because there have been too many admonitions in just the past YEAR of his failure to attribute a story to the real sources.

      Remember when he was all hopped up that he got a link from a newspaper for hisFerguson photo? Wonder how they felt when the person who actually TOOK the photo gave them a call and said “HEY! What a minute!”

      • kbdabear says:

        Toot would do phone interviews only for TV so they’d show his “Righteous Indignation” avatar photo on the screen with the caption “On the Phone; Charles Johnson of Little Green Footballs”

        In person interview on network TV? Not enough tv makeup to make him look like his avatar instead of Jabba the Hut with a ponytail wig

  18. Bunk X says:

  19. Bunk X says:

    • rightymouse says:

      Are you home to vote in the primary? What’s your take on Michigan?

      • Octopus says:

        I’m not home, and I haven’t been following the polls lately. Couple more days of balmy island breezes, and then back to the blizzard. 🙂

        Michigan is a divided state, with the urban centers all hardcore Dhimmi, and the rest pretty conservative. Not sure Trump is going to be a popular choice — people seem pretty divided.

        • rightymouse says:

          It’s lovely & warm in the mid to high 60’s in Ohio today. 🙂

          • rightymouse says:

            My take is that it will be a close call between Trump & Cruz. This is because I refuse to think that Kasich has a prayer.

      • Because olo says:

        If they can’t do water right, the trains won’t run on time, either.

        • rightymouse says:

          You got that straight. Even Mussolini got the trains running on time & Stalin finally figured out how to motivate the folks who were in charge of the trains.

    • pineapple says:

      That’s a vocal power-fest right there.

      While I appreciated JJ I never was a huge fan. I’ve always like TJ and my then 11 year old daughter took me to see him a few years back. I forgot about the panty toss. (awkward)

  20. rightymouse says:

    Seen at Instapundit:

  21. kbdabear says:

    Hold onto that garage, Goos!

  22. rightymouse says:

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!

    • OLT's Buying Nontoxic Paint Remover and a Glove Sponge says:

      Which country is this?

    • Octopus says:

      Meaning, there are plenty of returnable bottles and cans in the garbage cans on the way to the Safeway, and he is still safely unemployed. Except when he’s giving a wrister in the alley.

  23. rightymouse says:

    Mayou Angelou was an effing communist. One of her best friends in California was Jessica Mitford Treuhaft. I can’t stand the glorification of someone so intellectually dense.

    Jessica Mitford
    Author
    Jessica Lucy Freeman-Mitford was an English author, journalist, civil rights activist and political campaigner, and was one of the Mitford sisters. She became an American citizen in 1944. Wikipedia
    Born: September 11, 1917, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom
    Died: July 22, 1996, Oakland, CA
    Siblings: Nancy Mitford, Deborah Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire, Diana Mitford, Unity Mitford
    Known for: Mitford family, Communism, Hons and Rebels, The American Way of Death
    Spouse: Robert Treuhaft (m. 1943–1996), Esmond Romilly (m. 1937–1941)
    Books

    • pineapple says:

      After she died I was surprised to learn Maya Angelou carried a gun and had fired it on one occasion..

  24. pineapple says:

    She must have anticipated the resounding NO from the Republican held Congress.

    “Attorney General Lynch asks White House to take her out” I’m all for that.