Charles F. Johnson – Constitutional Scholar Now with 25% more #Stompyfeets


Ignoring Charles Johnson’s amateur headline typo, he has no clue what he’s talking about. Massive protests? Nope. Effective? Nah. Will they change anything for the better? Au contraire, Monsieur Circonférence.

First, there’s no ban on muslims. Secondly, there’s nothing in the U.S. Constitution that forbids immigration restriction. Thirdly, the immigrants in question these days aren’t poor destitute women and children, the elderly and infirm, fleeing war-ravaged countries or from religious persecution. They’re not 7 year-olds who swam the Atlantic either. They’re cowardly infiltrators who abandoned their own families to wage their demonic jihad outside of their own countries of origin. It’s no secret, and Charles Johnson has known this for over a decade.

Charles doesn’t get out much these days, but he keeps trying to hook up with young deranged women like Ms. Nicole Ghio. So who is she?

I don’t know, Babs, but I do know this. Nicole’s a contributor to HuffPo, hasn’t posted in almost a year, and her Twitterbanner with description is a headscratcher given the topic she and Charles seem to be railing about.


So is a 63 year-old Johnson courting the young Ms. Nicole for a gig on HuffPo? If anyone knows, please give her a heads-up. The Big Boy with #stompyfeets is an unrepentant recidivist backstabber.

BTW, Charles, you’re a mess.


126 Comments on “Charles F. Johnson – Constitutional Scholar Now with 25% more #Stompyfeets”

  1. Octopus says:

    Speaking of stompyfeets, I guess the Hollywood folks had a blast last night, trying to one-up each other to see who could feign the greatest outrage. Completely ignorant of the facts, fired-up with ersatz emotion, confused and hungry, dizzy from the drugs — is it any wonder America ignored their special pleading on behalf of the Haggard Would-Be Queen?

  2. Octopus says:

    • Pakimon says:

      The miracle that is pepper spray.

      A valuable aide for teaching spoiled, white, special snowflake princesses that actions have consequences.

      Especially stupid actions. 😆

      • Octopus says:

        I didn’t see the application of the fast-acting roach spray, earlier — thought she was just crying because her balloon-sword got taken away. This is even better. 😆

  3. Arachne says:

    Starbucks’ CEO just doesn’t learn. Now he says he’s going to hire 10,000 refugees. Oh, so you won’t be giving jobs to Americans first, now?

    Well, I just got saved $40 a month. NO MORE STARBUCKS.

  4. KGB says:

    So how badly did Charles stick his foot in his mouth regarding the Quebec mosque shooting? Was it created by a climate of right wing hate? Was it French rednecks emboldened by Trump’s temporary ban on “refugees”? Now that it’s turned out to be fellow muzzies – knock me down with a feather — how’s he taking it?

    • Octopus says:

      He’s handling it by perseverating about some stupid glitch in the WH website, which he’s tweeted about 20 times now. 😆

      Thinks he’s got some kind of major scoop, here. Poor silly!

      • rightymouse says:

        What a dolt. The website is a work in progress right now as the new administration and web folks deal with all the changes.

    • kingkuffa says:

      It actually turned out to be a 27 “nerdy outcast” white guy who had expressed support for Donald Trump and Marie Le Pen. However, he had also supported leftist political parties in Quebec and a pic of him was posted on FB where he was apparently wearing a feminist pin. Think the press will try to whitewash his motives like they did the Orlando shooter?

  5. Octopus says:


    • KGB says:

      Well-maintained, he says.

    • Arachne says:

      What the fuck does that even mean?
      What the hell is King going to do when Americans are going back to work and doing well, when illegal CRIME is down? What is he going to do if, as I hope, Trump is able to work to clean up the crime in the inner cities? What happens if the murder rate in Chicago goes down?

      Oh, let’s get our panties in a wad because we aren’t taking people in from ISIS strongholds. 100 M&M’s, King. Three are poisoned. Eat a handful.

    • kbdabear says:

      As for cars, Hillary would have been “Christine”

    • Be a dick for Jeezuz says:

      So this is what the famous writer is producing these day? Lame-o analogies?

  6. Arachne says:

    Didn’t Obama forget the judicial branch once when talking about the government? Because I DO remember him not knowing how many states there were.

    • OLT's Finding Reasons To Like Trump says:

      Meh, that was his idea of a funny joke, just like Biden calling him “clean” and “articulate” was Joe’s idea of complimenting a black person.

  7. OLT's Finding Reasons To Like Trump says:


  8. Pakimon says:

    Chunkles is flailing his arms wildly like a ponytailed fat kid being swarmed by angry Greenwald bees. 😆

    And I renounced all of those people very publicly many years ago. @christapeterso
    20 minutes ago

    Again – Breivik did NOT WRITE THIS quote. It’s by a blogger named “Fjordman.” @christapeterso
    20 minutes ago

    It’s “not good” that I wasn’t on the same side as Breivik? WTF does that mean? @christapeterso
    24 minutes ago

    Apparently you missed the fact that this was not written by Breivik. @christapeterso
    26 minutes ago

    No, it isn’t “fake news.” After Outcry, Trump Admin Restores Judicial Branch to WH Site @_ItsJust_Dave @Michielyn
    27 minutes ago

    @UnitePink @Wilson__Valdez @ggreenwald Yep, they do pretty much suck. Greenwald loves to sic his rabid fans on people.
    41 minutes ago

    About the Anders Breivik smear: this is what Breivik included about me, written by a blogger, not by him. He obviou……
    43 minutes ago

    That’s who Greenwald retweeted. @kahniferous73 @CharlesPPierce
    47 minutes ago

    That graph showing how many times Breivak cited LGF is going to haunt Chunkles forever no matter how much he squeals and flails his arms.. 😀

  9. rightymouse says:

    Hey, Fatso! It’s Monday, Gummint IT personnel have been working on website changes. Your conspiracy doesn’t hold water.

  10. Octopus says:

    Show these hipsters a thing or two, by cracky! 😆

    • rightymouse says:

      No thanks. Our kids weren’t even allowed to smoke cigs, get piercings or tats when they were under our roof. Only the daughter went beserko with tats & piercings once she left the fold and now regrets it because she is married & has her own little ones. None of them do drugs. Thank Gawd.

      • Octopus says:

        Mine, either. No tats, and only one tiny nose-diamond on my youngest. Knock on wood, we did something right. Not that I would disown them for anything they did short of heinous crimes, but you have your preferences as a parent.

  11. rightymouse says:

    LOL! 😆

  12. pineapple says:

    “Iraq Votes to Ban Americans in Response to Trump’s Immigration Order”

    Well shit…. there goes my vacation plans…. grrrrr…. thanks Donald.

  13. Minnow-redux says:

    I Googled “St. Pancake” just because I never had before. Then I started reading (re-reading) Zombies Glossary of LGF Terms.

    It really took me back to the glory days of Little Green Footballs – before the accident where Charles fell off of his bicycle and sustained the brain damage.

    Back in the day, that place was a hive of intelligence and conservatism.

    I wonder if Charles can even comprehend what he has squandered?

    And, so everyone knows. My assessment of LGF back then is a testament to everyone who visited there and commented there. Charles never said “Boo.” Many of us wondered why he was so distant and quiet back in the day.

    Then, one day, brain damaged Chuckie decided it was time to join in. It has been all downhill since.

    Charles, you are SUCH an idiot.


  14. Minnow-redux says:

    Iran tests ballistic missile in defiance of UN resolution.

    I am sure we will see endless protests by the Left because of this – you know, how it isn’t all peace and love ‘nshit.

    Oh wait. That’s right I forgot.

    This will not get ANY news coverage except at Fox News – – so, it didn’t happen. But Donald is screwing his daughter.

  15. Octopus says:

    This week’s episode of Homeland has me reaching for the air-sickness bag, with all the libturded rants going on. Saul lecturing his Israeli-immigrant sister is the capper. Oh, these twisted little shits writing this crap! 😆

    Why watch? Train wreck. You know the drill.

  16. Octopus says:

    Dem bones, dem bones, dem high-cheekbones! 😆

  17. Octopus says:


    • Minnow-redux says:

      What a smug and arrogant prick that Keith Olbermann is.

      Hey Keith, please do not assume that you speak for me or anyone else in this country.

      Who made you the arbiter of immigration problems in this country? Oh yeah – that’s right. No one.

      Please go find Charles Johnson and the two of you can go fuck yourselves.

      And, just so you know. Fuck islam.

    • rightymouse says:

      Olbermann and Johnson. Still trying to be relevant.

  18. Octopus says:

    Careful there, Gus. You’re on thin ice. With a very fat person standing behind you.

  19. Minnow-redux says:


    Ms Fat Mouth Sally Yates (former acting AG of USA) now fired for shooting off her dumbass mouth.

    Thank you Mr. Trump.

    Oh, say Charles….. go fuck yourself.

  20. pineapple says:

    Trump just fired interim AG Sally Yates for insubordination.

    WTG President Trump!

    • rightymouse says:

      Good. She was insubordinate.

      • Octopus says:

        She was very weak on immigration security and a hazard to the nation’s safety. Back to Obamaland, Sally! Oh, here…you left your CAIR Membership Card on your desk. We have no use for it.

  21. Minnow-redux says:

    And despite the inconvenience I know it will cause me. I just personally fired Jeff Bezos at Amazon.

    I will NOT buy one more thing from that a-hole.

    The end.

    Fuck you Bezos.

  22. Minnow-redux says:

    I really must laugh.

    I have just watched several video clips of Tucker Carlson shredding any number of liberal morons. And, in many cases, they weren’t even aware that he had.

    And then, I reflect on Me-Again Kelly and her abilities and her positions on things.

    What a laugh!

    The two cannot even be compared.

    Tucker is a brilliant and intelligent force to be reckoned with.

    Me-Again was a self-absorbed, narcissistic head case who didn’t know if she was coming or going.

    She was such an amateur compared to Tucker.

    What a relief that she is gone.

    Ta-ta Me-Again. We do not miss you.. You may now fade into the trash bin of history.

    • Octopus says:

      Spot on, Minnow. She’s a classic pretty face newsreader who was in the right place at the right time to become a star. To her credit, she became a multi-millionairess in the process. Now she’s going to be a much smaller figure in a lesser role, where her grating personality and outsized ego will no doubt lead to problems. Who else do we know that flew too close to the sun and succumbed to that demon hubris?

  23. Octopus says:

    It’s about damn time we stopped tormenting our domesticated pets and started messing with the wild critters. In a fun way, of course. For both of our amusement. I mean, it’s not like they have anything else to do, besides fight for survival.

  24. Pakimon says:

    So pathetic. A grown obese man with a ponytail and a 20 year old avatar trolling for a response on Twitter from famous people who don’t even know he exists. 😆

  25. Pakimon says:

    It was always clear that the Charles Johnson “Why I Parted Ways With the Right” gambit would end in a gigantic mess of irrelevance, poverty and self-beclownment. There was no question as to how long it would take. 😆

  26. Pakimon says:

    As an aside, those with Twitter accounts might want to ask Chunkles’ vacuous followers to google “Palestinian Car Swarm” along with “St. Pancake”. 😆

  27. Octopus says:

    Deport, hell. They’ll only come back. The plan is to put them into “work camps,” and work the stronger ones to death while liquidating the weak. Haven’t you read the damn platform, Fatass?

  28. Octopus says:

    The Daily Beast clowns itself almost as badly as Chunky does every day, trumpeting Fake News to fit the narrative. In this case they quoted a parody Reuters site naming the mosque terrorists as white supremacists. Jealous, Chunky? 😆

  29. Octopus says:

    This is truly magical, alright. 😆


    If all of us had the same courage as Harry, Hermione, Ron, Hagrid, and, of course, Dumbledore, who knows what could happen? Imagine a world in which a strong, intelligent woman could finally be elected president of the United States, a world in which not a single unwoke pizza place or beer company was allowed to exist—a beautiful new golden age in which inter-sex phobia disappears in a puff of smoke and the Pope is a fabulously dressed transman who blesses polyamorous unions and undocumented workers sit on the boards of major corporations like Coca-Cola and abortion and other essential women’s health care services are freely available to all people just like they are in the wizard world, where Trump himself is transformed into a newt and disappears forever into the darkness that can no longer threaten the light that is in all of our hearts.

    All of this—and so, so, so much more—is possible if you just believe.

  30. Octopus says:

    These cowardly masked shits need a beatdown so badly. It’s coming, too. Keep it up, baby anarchists.

  31. Octopus says:

    One shitlib tries to tell another how to do his job. Love it when shitlibs go internecine.

  32. Octopus says:

    Talk about “love trumps hate.” They’re openly calling for murder and the overthrow of our government. So…FBI? Secret Service? Hello!

    • rightymouse says:

      She needs to be ‘loved’ into custody.

    • Bunk X says:

      “Give your fuckin’ money. Give your fuckin’ house. Give your fuckin’ property… reparate… to black indijinit people right now… Pay the fuck up.”
      Brilliant. Wish I had a full transcript.

      (Daily Caller) January 30, 2017 – During an anti-Trump protest in Seattle this weekend, an activist associated with the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement took to the megaphone to voice her support for, among other things, “killing people,” and “killing the White House.”

      While she said that, another protester can be heard saying, “Burn it!”

      She also says, “White people, give your fucking money, your fucking house, your fucking property, we need it fucking all,” as another protester responds “reparations!”

      “Fuck white supremacy, fuck the U.S. empire, fuck your imperialist ass lives. That shit gotta go.”

      At 1:50 in the video clip, she goes, “And we need to start killing people. First off, we need to start killing the White House. The White House must die. The White House, your fucking White House, your fucking Presidents, they must go! Fuck the White House.”

      “Pay the fuck up, pay the fuck up. It ain’t just your fucking time, its your fucking money, and now your fucking life is devoted to social change,” she said.

      While speaking, she was wearing a jacket that said “Black Lives Matter” on the back.

      According to the channel that uploaded the clip to YouTube, the activist saying these things is a teacher.

      • Octopus says:

        She’s a preschool teacher, and she “gonna be radicalizin’ 4 and 5-year-old muthafuckas.”

        Before slamming the crowd for being “fixated” on an over-and-done election, the teacher actually criticized former President Barack Obama, noting he “deported so many f***ing people” and soon added that “capitalism is … f***ing racism.”

        The teacher also urged the crowd to “throw that f***ing cop car in the garbage. That s**t has got to go. That s**t has got to go. F*** all that s**t.”

        And for the finale, the teacher said “f*** your respectability. F*** you side-eyeing motherf***ers, ’cause I know … in the back of your f***ing head y’all got s***t to dismantle, whether it’s your motherf***ing patriarchy, your motherf***ing anti-blackness, anti-queerness … not recognizing black and brown trans, queer, women and femmes and non-binary people have motherf***ing led the f***ing way. So kiss their motherf***ing feet and give them your f***ing money and walk the f*** away after.”

        OK then. Point taken. 😆

  33. Octopus says:

    More delicious schadenfreude, if you can take any more. There has to be a point where you get tired of it, right? I’m nowhere near that point, myself. Schwing! 😆

  34. Octopus says:

    Many times I’ve compared the Media Matters front page of libturd glurge with Chunky’s daily twitterwar. They are basically one and the same thing. MM is a Soros-funded arm of the Dhimmicratic Party, and its current “leader” David Brock has been blamed for promising way too much and delivering a grandiose defeat to his Haggard Queen. Dims are said to be looking for a way to banish him, or at least distance themselves from him and the stink of losing that clings to all things Clinton and Soros these days.

    Here’s an article that goes over some of Brock’s insanity, and the true nature of MM:

    By the way, it isn’t any kind of “conspiracy thinking” to say this is a Soros-funded enterprise, designed solely to tell idiot libturd media dolts what to say and write. It’s all right out in the open.

  35. Octopus says:

    😆 😆 😆 😆

    • Minnow-redux says:

      Okay Charles, so we see that you have the “fuck” word in your vocabulary. And we see that you have learned a couple of other words from your “Word-a-Day” calendar.

      But please, can you now do whatever you can about formulating something intelligent to say? This nonsense that you are spewing is so second grade and it is getting tiresome. Seriously bra’.

      And, oh yeah, you might want to go fuck yourself too!


    • Bunk X says:

    • You know what’s really nauseating? Three great jazz legends George Duke, Stanley Clarke, and Al Jarreau were FORCED to hire a mediocre white guitarist because America was racist 40 years ago. A certain somebody in Culver City really needs to check HIS privilege.

  36. Octopus says:

    I don’t know about you, but I love to hear them squeal. Music to my ears. Bring the cacophony, snowflakes! 🙂


    The First Firestorm
    by Tyler Durden
    Jan 31, 2017 3:25 PM

    That hysterical reaction to the travel ban announced Friday is a portent of what is to come if President Donald Trump carries out the mandate given to him by those who elected him.

    The travel ban bars refugees for 120 days. From Syria, refugees are banned indefinitely. And a 90-day ban has been imposed on travel here from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya, Sudan, Somalia and Yemen.

    Was that weekend-long primal scream really justified?

    As of Monday, no one was being detained at a U.S. airport.

    Yet the shrieking had not stopped. All five stories on page one of Monday’s Washington Post were about the abomination. The New York Times’ editorial, “Trashing American Ideals and Security,” called it bigoted, cowardly, xenophobic, Islamophobic, un-American, unrighteous.

    This ban, went the weekend wail, is the “Muslim ban” of the Trump campaign. But how so, when not one of the six largest Muslim countries — Indonesia, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Egypt, Turkey — was on the list? Missing also were three-dozen other Muslim countries.

    Of the seven countries facing a 90-day ban, three are U.S.-designated state sponsors of terror, and the other four are war zones. Clearly, this is about homeland security, not religious discrimination.

    The criterion for being included in the travel ban appears to be that these places are the more likely breeding grounds for terrorists.

    Yet there are lessons for the Trump White House in the media-stoked panic and outrage at the end of his first week in office.

    First, Steve Bannon’s observation that the media are “the opposition party,” is obviously on target. While Sen. Chuck Schumer was crying on camera that the ban was “un-American,” the media were into the more serious business of stampeding and driving the protesters.

    A second lesson is one every White House learns. Before a major decision is announced, if possible, get everyone’s input and everyone on board to provide what Pat Moynihan called the “second and third echelons of advocacy.” Those left out tend to leak.

    A third lesson Trump should learn is that the establishment he routed and the city he humiliated are out to break him as they broke LBJ on Vietnam, Nixon on Watergate, and almost broke Reagan on the Iran-Contra affair.

    While the establishment may no longer be capable of inspiring and leading the nation, so detested is it, it has not lost its appetite or its ability to break and bring down presidents.

    And Trump is vulnerable, not only because he is an envied outsider who seized the highest prize politics has on offer, but because his agenda would cancel out that of the elites.

    They believe in open borders, free trade, globalization. Trump believes in securing the Southern border, bringing U.S. industry home, economic nationalism, “America First.”

    They want endless immigration from the Third World to remake America into the polyglot “universal nation” of Ben Wattenberg’s utopian vision. Trump’s followers want back the America they knew.

    Our foreign policy elites see democratization as a vocation and an autocratic Russia as an implacable enemy. Trump instead sees Moscow as a potential ally against real enemies like al-Qaida and ISIS.

    There is another reason for the reflexive howl at Trump’s travel ban. The establishment views it, probably correctly, as the first move toward a new immigration policy, built on pre-1965 foundations, and rooted in a preference for Western-Christian immigrants first.

    When the Times rages that “American ideals” or “traditional American values” are under attack by Trump, what they really mean is that their ideology and agenda are threatened by Trump.

    We are headed for a series of collisions and crises, and what has happened in Europe will likely happen here. As the Third World invasion and growing Islamization of the Old Continent — which the EU has proven unable to stop — has discredited centrist parties and continuously fed a populist-nationalist uprising there, so may it here also.

    And Trump not only appears to have no desire to yield to his enemies in politics and the media, he has no choice, as he is now the personification of a surging Middle American counterrevolution.

    Undeniably, there are great numbers of Americans who agree with the libels the Times showered on Trump and, by extension, his backers whom Hillary Clinton designated “the racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamophobic … deplorables.”

    But by whatever slurs they are called, Middle Americans seem prepared to fight. And history shows that such people do not calmly accept the loss of what is most precious to them — the country they grew up in, the country they love.

    They have turned to Trump to lead them. Why should he not, having been raised up by them, and knowing in his own heart what the establishment and the media think of him and would do to him?

    Ten days in, and already it is “Game On!”

  37. rain of lead says:

    since MR TOOT never reads here

    Trump would be able to coordinate with PACs and other similar organizations.

    More importantly, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations would no longer be able to engage in “political speech” which could theoretically affect the results of the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election without running the risk of losing their nonprofit status. The move effectively bars interest groups from creating nonprofits which they could funnel money into for the purposes of opposing Trump’s initiatives.


    3D chess indeed

  38. Briareus says:

    FWIW, The Blogmocracy RSS feed in the sidebar works again, so we shouldn’t see any more links to the hijacker site any more.

    • Octopus says:

      Good job. We’re going to miss Stokes, though. Guy had a lot of plates spinning.

      • Bunk X says:

        The Mothership still has some troubles.

        They changed the lock on my back door.
        Now my key don’t fit no more.
        Move it on over.
        -Hank Williams

  39. Minnow-redux says:

    I just figured out this thing that was bothering me.

    Initially, I was confused. But, now I see what is happening and, yet, I have to wonder. Why didn’t we see Mike Pence pawing, groping and kissing Neil Gorsuch’s wife as President Trump announced Gorsuch as his nominee for the US Supreme Court.

    I mean… isn’t that what V.P.’s do?

    (The “Villages”…. )

  40. Bunk X says:

  41. Octopus says:

    Gonna be? Dude, you’ve been sicker than a rabid wombat for 8 years. It’s your new normal, and we love you for it. 😆

  42. Octopus says:

    Nothing weird about it, Fatass. As the leaked emails clearly prove, the DNC knew they had a flawed candidate in Shrillary and figured they had to promote a flawed “pied piper” on the Right. Trouble is, they promoted Trump, and Trump kicked their asses sideways, which actually is a pretty weird look on you libturds. Sideways-asses, I mean. 🙂