Charles Johnson knows all about the PRONK.

I honestly don’t know what to make of this, except that it seems to be a collection of strawmen posted by someone who got tanked by sundown. Charles Johnson’s screed is incoherent.

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Johnson seems to be flopping and flailing for attention by spitting stupid.
“Lying to the nation?”
“The whole world goes pear-shaped?”
OMG WHAT DOES IT MEAN?

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Note the plurals. Someone needs to loosen that self-imposed tourniquet on The Magical Jazzy Ponytail, because that there’s another Charles Johnson FAIL.

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127 Comments on “Charles Johnson knows all about the PRONK.”

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

    Why is the GREATEST BOY’S TOY OF ALL TIME dishonored by association with Stalker Charles???

    • Bunk X says:

      Answer: Because the bass line is awesome, G.I. Joe has soul, and Charles Johnson is a peckerhead.

      NEXT QUESTION.

      • OLT's Finding Reasons To Like Trump says:

        OK.

        Why is it so hard for an untrustworthy, unstable, obsessive, reclusive shut-in stalker to find love?

      • Octopus says:

        My Dad said “boys don’t play with dolls.” I was not allowed to enter the GI Joe universe. However, I saw a LOT of naked Barbies in my house, thanks to my four much-older, ugly and mean sisters. So, that was okay.

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

    Who retweets ONE of three tweets without the other TWO?

    Who favorites the MIDDLE incoherent tweet, but not the other two?

    penis penis penis LOL

    • TreBob says:

      Umm.. Charles’ Alias, Fake or mobi followers?

      Did I get it right? Is there a prize? Maybe a home version of the game?

  3. Arachne says:

    Has Chuckie Three-Chins commented yet on the failure of the Oroville Dam? You know, since we were now going to be in perpetual drought in the North due to Globull Warming and therefore Moonbeam didn’t bother to take care of fixing it when the problems have been well known since BEFORE the drought started?

    The only GOOD thing that may come of this is that people will realize what Democrat control of this state is COSTING them.

    • Minnow-redux says:

      I hope the Oroville Dam is okay and that it doesn’t fail and all of that – – but had to laugh due to some experiences I have had in the past with Dams and dam safety, and changes (and upgrades) to dams and associated equipment.(Not that I work for a living or anything.)

      The headlines at Drudge make it appear as though there is some effort to quickly do something to the dam.

      If the US Army Corps of Engineers is involved, I can almost guarantee that this “quickly” they are referring to means something like Fiscal Year 2028 or so.

      All I can say to the people of California who live downstream of this dam is “Rotsa Ruck.”

      • Arachne says:

        It’s quite interesting watching the finger pointing as to who is to blame for Oroville not being repaired when it should have – we knew a decade ago that it was crumbling, so yeah, Schwarzenkennedy should have looked into fixing it. But now the wolf is at the door, so to speak. They are trying to do an emergency repair, but fresh storms are expected as soon as Thursday. Not to mention the Sierra run off, with it’s incredible snowpack, which will start in a month or so.

        Yeah, that’s right, Asshole – you’ve got a REAL disaster on your hands. Aren’t you the one telling us we were in a perpetual drought so don’t worry about the dams and build that bullshit railway to nowhere instead?

      • OLT's Finding Reasons To Like Trump says:

        This is what happens when you trust Whitey.

        /BLM (Bureau of Land Management)

        • Arachne says:

          They’re saying TRUMP must give fed money to help California repair the dam.
          Uh, apparently it isn’t a problem if California follows federal law re sanctuary cities/states. Bad news for Moonbeam he is now going to have to side with his actual VOTERS for a change.

      • Bunk X says:

        I’ve heard the saying that the Army Corps of Engineers can’t stand the sight of flowing water. In this case they were prevented from doing anything about it.

    • Bunk X says:

      Everything east of I-5 is teh racists.

  4. rightymouse says:

    How weird, even for Fatso. 😯

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

    Which insult (“far right hack” or dishonest yes-man) would you repeat to Gen. Mattis’ face, Stalker Charles?

    Yeah, that’s what I thought.

    Why don’t you go and punch him right in his Nazi face?

  6. Minnow-redux says:

    The 9th Circuit Court rules there is no evidence the #OrovilleDam has killed anyone.

    Cancels evacuation order, citing no proof of danger.

  7. ISTE says:

    Guess what I am doing… clue. flour, milk, egg and hopefully a fluffy ending.

  8. Octopus says:

    How fucking stupid is Chunky? 😆

  9. Octopus says:

    Milo’s book has been pushed back to June, no doubt in order to get all the juicy details of the current libturd shitshow in there. This stuff really needs to be documented. It’s historical tantrum-throwing, the likes of which this country has never seen. 😆

    Your new pre-order release date:
    Tuesday, June 13, 2017

  10. Octopus says:

    Taken out and shot! 😆

    • Minnow-redux says:

      The less they have to offer – the more you have to endure of them.

      These two idiots spent a lot of their very young years alone. That is why they are relentless for attention now.

      (That is “Minnow’s Theory on Why People are Attention Whores”)

      • Octopus says:

        They’ve found each other, though. Such a beautiful friendship we are witnessing, in its budding stages. Before the shithouse-rat craziness and paranoia of both cucks kicks in and destroys the love.

    • Arachne says:

      Aw. No one listens to the Olberdork…..except you, Chuckie Three-Chins.

  11. Octopus says:

    Personal life
    Robart married Mari Jalbing in November 1980.[3] The couple has served as foster parents for many years, mostly for children from southeast Asia.[6][32

    Well, that’s me shocked. The judge who doesn’t want any curbs on immigration serves as a sort of revolving-door for Asian kids. And his wife is artsy-fartsy. NTTAWWT. 😆

  12. Octopus says:

    This will only encourage the Left and Trump’s enemies in his own party to fight his appointments tooth and nail: http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/02/13/michael-flynn-resigns-national-security-adviser/

    Blood in the water.

  13. Octopus says:

    On the other hand, when you have Fatass gloating so piggishly, it’s likely that everything is fine and full speed ahead. Because The Streak always stays intact! 🙂

    • Arachne says:

      I wonder how soon Chuckie Three Chins claims to have had a hand in engineering Flynn’s resignation.

    • OLT's Finding Reasons To Like Trump says:

      Hey, wasn’t Stalker Charles one of the Leftards all up in arms about Limbaugh’s wanting Obama to fail?

      But in this case, Stalker Charles doesn’t just want the policies to fail (perfectly reasonable, given that Trump is the Lefty Anti-Mohamed (they hate Christ, so) ) – he wants the government (well, the Executive Branch) to collapse. What a patriot he is!

    • Bunk X says:

  14. Pakimon says:

    Why doesn’t Chunkles start the investigation himself?

    Oh… that’s right.

    That would mean he would have to get off his fat ass and actually do something besides begging for money and being an imbecile on Twitter.

    Here, I’ll investigate this myself.

    1) Flynn misrepresents himself to the Trump administration to get National Security Advisor gig.

    2) Word gets out that Flynn could be potentially compromised by the Russians. Something Flynn failed to mention when being vetted for National Security Advisor gig.

    3) Trump administration pressures Flynn to resign because he misrepresented himself when applying for the National Security Advisor gig.

    4) Trump to appoint new National Security Advisor in near future.

    5) Fat ponytailed blogger and TwitterSnivelingDickhead in Culver City gets peevish because this “scandal” turn out to be yet another “nothingburger”.

    Investigation concluded. 😀

    • TreBob says:

      I’ll go out on a limb and predict that the next National Security Advisor pick will be vilified by Charles as the ‘worst possible pick ever and will destroy the country’.

      Flynn hosed it up, not the President. Sorry he’s gone, but he really screwed up.

  15. Minnow-redux says:

    “Twitter Sniveling Dickhead in Culver City”

    Well said!

    • Arachne says:

      Perhaps Fatso can explain why it is that the FBI found nothing in the Transcripts of the call yet the Obama operatives – such as Sally Yates – were terrified of potential blackmail. Excuse me? This is patent bullshit. This is the same Sally Yates who then went national with her refusal to execute an Executive Order?

      I seriously question the timing of this. And the mechanisms. And if Obama sympathizers leaked or engaged in rumor with news media? FIRE. THEIR. ASSES.

  16. ISpeakJive says:

    Here’s a new symbol for Chunky to be on the lookout for:

  17. Arachne says:

    Hey – did 3-Chin Chuck tweet out about Pelosi and Cummings quoting that tweet from Flynn admitting to his culpability and saying he was a scapegoat? Please tell me he was stupid enough to do it.

  18. Bunk X says:

    • ISpeakJive says:

      I’m reading “Killing the Rising Sun.” So far, it’s recounted quite a bit about the atrocities the Japanese inflicted on the Phillipines and China. Unbelievable horrors. Very ISIS-like in the depravity and cruelty to soldiers and civilians. It was so bad the papers here didn’t believe it was really happening.

      And snowflakes complain about the most obscure, trivial bullshit, 24/7, like mere words are “violence”, etc. I’m just about done with these bozos. I vote for re-education camps for idiot leftists. Get some historical perspective, morons.

  19. Octopus says:

    A good piece from Prager, as the horrible whining and gnashing of teeth from the Left reaches hitherto unmatched crescendoes of screech. It’s still music to my ears, but the tune’s beginning to lack a bit of novelty — can the babies really keep this caterwauling up for 4 years? 😆

    Just keep remembering how depressing and shitty the Obama years were, and how every minor or major criticism of the regime was racist to the max. Now, America is run by Nazis, and the knobs are all cranked to “11.” Rock on, Fatass! Can’t wait to see your Gaffe O’ The Day.

    ———————————————————–
    Conservatives Were Just as Depressed
    Dennis Prager Dennis Prager |Posted: Feb 14, 2017 12:01 AM Share (9K) Tweet

    Note to the Left: Four Years Ago, Conservatives Were Just as Depressed

    Here’s a news flash for Democrats and other Americans on the left: Four years ago, when Barack Obama was re-elected president, conservatives were just as depressed as you are now that Hillary Clinton lost and Donald Trump won.

    I describe this as news because this undoubtedly surprises many of you. You probably never gave a moment’s thought to how depressed conservatives were in 2012. (Why would you? Unlike you, we shun hysteria.) But believe me — we were.

    Many of us believed that President Obama was doing great damage to America. Now we are convinced that he did more damage to America domestically, to America’s position the world and to the world at large than any other two-term president. He left office with racial tensions — many of which he exacerbated — greater than at any time since the civil rights era half a century ago. He left the world’s worst regimes — Iran, China, Russia, North Korea and radical Islamist terror groups — stronger and more aggressive than before he became president. Economic growth never rose above 3 percent, a first for a two-term president. He nearly doubled the national debt and had little to nothing to show for it. Obamacare hurt more people financially than it helped medically, including physicians. More people than ever are on government aid. The list is far longer than this.

    Moreover, just like most Democrats in 2016, most Republicans in 2012 expected to win.

    The depression among conservatives was palpable. To cite only my own experience, I turned the television off on election night. It was too painful to watch. Instead, I played hearts on the computer and listened to Strauss’s “Death and Transfiguration” to lighten the mood.

    But why does the level of conservative despair four years ago come as a surprise to Americans on the left?

    First, unlike much of the left, most conservatives handle despair like mature adults. Most obviously, we didn’t riot. In fact, in America, rioting — not to mention shutting down highways and airports, taking over college offices and protesting at peoples’ homes — is a monopoly of the left.

    Nor did we allow our conservative children to take a day off from school to demonstrate.

    Nor did conservative teachers preach opposition to Obama in their classrooms.

    Nor did we print posters with the words “Not My President.”

    Nor did conservative clergy declare fast days.

    The second reason is that we know you, but you don’t know us.

    You read, listen to, watch, socialize with and study under leftists. Only if you are stuck with some immediate relatives who aren’t on the left do you encounter a nonleftist (let alone a nonleftist idea). Therefore, there is no way you would know how painful it was for conservatives during that time. While liberals feel free to express their emotions and opinions to anyone, anywhere, any time, conservatives, especially those who voted for Trump, live like Marranos.

    The Marranos were Jews living in Spain or Portugal during the Spanish Inquisition in the 1400s who lived like Christians but secretly practiced Judaism. That is how most Trump voters have been forced to live. They live like most people and hide their identity as Trump voters, lest they lose their job, their business, their relatives, their friends and/or their good name.

    A gay professor writing in The Wall Street Journal recently echoed this analogy when he likened being in the closet as a Trump voter to being in the closet as a gay man when he was younger. He said:

    “I began having gay relationships at 25 but remained closeted. I hated lying to people, but in the 1980s and ’90s I feared that coming out would estrange me from family and damage my career. Similarly, I now find creative ways to avoid answering whether I voted for Donald Trump. This may be hard for some to believe, but watching protesters today call Trump supporters racists and bigots has been nearly as distressing as being told to ‘die in hell, (vulgarity)’ 30 years ago. … I am as afraid about acknowledging that I voted for Mr. Trump today as I was about being gay yesterday. There seems to be as little understanding of my political views as there was about my sexual orientation.”

    Finally, leftists lack self-awareness. They think they are the apotheosis of tolerance when in fact they are far less tolerant than most conservatives. They think they embody kindheartedness when in fact the further left you go, the greater the meanness. And they think they suffer uniquely when they lose a national election.

    Leftists’ pain is not one whit greater than that of conservatives four years ago. But many of them can’t handle pain nearly as well. If they could, they’d be grown-ups and no longer on the left.

  20. Octopus says:

    Search under the pannus, Chunky. There might be a surprise in there! 😆

    • Pakimon says:

      Chunkles needs to do some SERIOUS soul-searching about why a man in his 60s would still sport a ponytail.

      And why he let himself get fat yet hides behind a 20 year old avatar.

      It’s kind of creepy when you think about it.

      Like a perverted version of The Wizard of Oz.

      “I AM THE GREAT AND POWERFUL TWITTERWARRIOR!!”

      “Ignore the fat, ponytailed, Cheetos dust covered little man behind the curtain”. 😆

  21. Octopus says:

    Chunky and Dan Rather are on the same side again!
    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/dan-rather-flynn-may-be-as-big-as-watergate/article/2614824

    As big as Watergate, but still not as massive as Rathergate? 😆

    To recap Chunky’s Greatest Stolen Scoop:

    RatherGate:

    In an effort to influence the 2004 presidential election, Dan Rather used fake documents to claim that George W. Bush served dishonorably during his time in the Air National Guard:

    SPONSORED

    CBS did its own investigation in the matter, and determined there were several serious breaches of handling this story, among them failure to identify the sources of the documents properly; failure to document the chain of custody of the documents; failure to establish the credibility of the documents.
    Those that tendered their resignations on request were: Senior Vice President Betsy West, the supervisor of primetime programs for CBS News; Josh Howard, the executive producer of Wednesday’s version of 60 Minutes; Mary Murphy, senior broadcast producer and Howard’s deputy. Mary Mapes, the actual producer of the Killian documents story, was terminated, in part for calling a senior official in John Kerry’s presidential campaign (Joe Lockhart) and offering to put him in touch with Burkett. The CBS panel called Mapes’ action a “clear conflict of interest that created the appearance of political bias.”

    Unbowed and still convinced of the document’s authenticity, Rather filed a $70 million lawsuit against CBS and its former corporate parent, Viacom on September 19, 2007, claiming he was made a “scapegoat”. A day later, Mapes wrote a column in the Huffington Post, claiming that far-right blogs have “pronounced themselves experts on document analysis, and began attacking the form and font in the memos. They screamed objections that ultimately proved to have no basis in fact … They dominated the discussion by churning out gigabytes of mind-numbing internet dissertations about the typeface in the memos, focusing on the curl at the end of the “a,” the dip on the top of the “t,” the spacing, the superscript, which typewriters were used in the military in 1972. It was a deceptive approach, and it worked”.

    In a clear contradiction of her rant, Mapes did in fact have prior knowledge of Bush’s guard service in her hands but chose to ignore it. In a press release on January 10, 2005, Accuracy in Media reported that the internal investigation conducted by CBS into the “Rathergate” matter revealed that Mapes had documented information on hand which detailed Bush’s attempt to volunteer for duty as a fighter pilot in Vietnam but was denied by his superiors at the time due to his inexperience. Accuracy in Media Editor Cliff Kincaid explained:

    “Mapes, who was very close to Rather and enjoyed his confidence, had the evidence exonerating Bush of this malicious charge. The report shows that there were multiple credible sources to prove that Bush did not try to avoid Vietnam by going into the National Guard and that he was in fact willing to go to Vietnam as a pilot. However, CBS News deliberately kept this information from its viewers and conveyed an opposite impression because Rather, Mapes & Company were trying to depict Bush as a coward who, as Commander-in-Chief, was sending American soldiers to their deaths in Iraq.”

    The truth is that Bush, the alleged slacker, had volunteered to go to Vietnam while in the Texas Air National Guard, but was he was turned down because he didn’t have enough flight hours to qualify.

    And Mary Mapes knew it.

    • OLT's Finding Reasons To Like Trump says:

      LOL, boy do I remember that. One of Mapes’ minions called my father, who was in those units for over 4 decades (and had debriefed GW Bush numerous times). My mother remarked that she had seldom heard him that angry, especially over a phone.

      😉

      • Octopus says:

        I remember you telling that story, sir. Heheh…
        Good times! Chunky was on top of the world, Ma!

        • Arachne says:

          Indeed. He supplanted Buckhead as the “story breaker” in his mind.
          Fortunately, the REST of the internet ignored it. They liked the .gif but at that point it was unnecessary. But my personal favorite comment was the one on Thursday night where he actually attempts to intimate that posting the story at the Swamp (long AFTER everyone else) was a factor in triggering the CBS investigation.

          Plus, I think he really really thought he’d be catapaulted back in the spotlight when the “Truth” movie came out. Unfortinately, NO ONE went to see it and only a handful of people commented on it, and it was only his slurpy sycophants that asked who was going to play him.

          • Octopus says:

            “Who was going to play him?” 😆

            The mind boggles at the possibilities.

            I vote for Hurley.

          • rightymouse says:

            Not unattractive enough.

          • Octopus says:

            The Hollywood actor is always orders of magnitude better looking than the original person being portrayed. I agree, Hurley is far too young and handsome to be a convincing Blobfish, but maybe with lots of grey pancake makeup and an oleaginous sheen he could be convincing. And then there’s always Michael Moore — I wonder if he’s considered “real acting.” They are definitely kindred spirits, in many ways, though one has found fame and fortune while the other is destitute, loveless and begging for scraps.

  22. ISpeakJive says:

    “Mr. Trump causes severe distress, rather than experiencing it.” LOLOLOLOL. No shit.

  23. ISpeakJive says:

  24. rightymouse says:

    Umm..Fatso….are you following President Trump? How about others you despise and troll constantly?

    • Minnow-redux says:

      Here we have a 64-year old man spending time (nay spending all day – every day) puking out this sort of drivel.

      Hey Charles, who the fuck cares who Stephen Miller is, or who he follows – and why?

      And furthermore, what business is this of yours?

      Get a life you washed-up, fat, stupid loser.

      • Arachne says:

        Interesting….has Fatso checked on who follows him?
        I mean other than the ones he’s paid for, that is.

    • Bunk X says:

    • OLT's Finding Reasons To Like Trump says:

  25. Arachne says:

    Still think you’re making a difference, 3-Chin Chuck?
    Magic 8 Ball sez — “who iz dat?”

  26. rightymouse says:

    Good luck with that, Gussy. Donks aren’t bilingual politically. The flyover population is held in contempt by liberals and they know it.

  27. Minnow-redux says:

    Is there a way to post photos here?

  28. Minnow-redux says:

    sorry to be dense, but where do you find the “copy image address”?

  29. Minnow-redux says:

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  30. Minnow-redux says:

    can someone delete that for me plz?

  31. Minnow-redux says:

    thunk-thunk-thunk…. is this thing on?

  32. Minnow-redux says:

    there’s a message somewhere in there for me….. 🙂

  33. TreBob says:

    Charles made the big time! He got mentioned on Twitchy! Of course it was for falling for a fake Stephen Miller account that followed David Duke. Gee, these libs are so easy to troll. Since Charles is the dumbest of all, he’s super easy.

    http://twitchy.com/brettt-3136/2017/02/15/either-trump-adviser-stephen-miller-really-isnt-on-twitter-or-this-whole-administration-is-racist/

  34. Bunk X says:

    Lol.

  35. Minnow-redux says:

    thank you! 🙂

    (so, it is true…. I AM just slightly better than an idiot!)

  36. Bunk X says:

    Stealth blocking confirmed.

  37. OLT's Hoping You Do says:

    Hey everybody! Foolproof plan to journolist success! Everyone follow Dan Rather’s lead!

  38. ISpeakJive says:

    Swirling intrigue! I hope it’s true!

    • Bunk X says:

      Can’t tell if this Wictor guy is legit or a nutcase, but it’s an interesting scenario.
      http://www.thomaswictor.com/leakers-beware/

      • ISpeakJive says:

        I think he might be both!
        He also has been saying for a long time that there’s an Arab coalition including the Saudi’s, that are working with Israel to overthrow the Mullahs. He has been watching the Saudi’s train their forces and battle in Yemen, etc., very effectively. All these military videos showing which countries are advising armies in other countries and who is really fighting who.
        In the last 2 days, I’ve seen Ari Fleischer, Netanyahu and the WSJ all say basically the same thing. The Arabs are working together, reforming, cooperating with Isreal’s intelligence (not soldiers) to defeat radical Islam and Iran. It’s a new thing.

        It’s almost too good to be true, but Wictor has been saying it for months. So I don’t know.

  39. ISpeakJive says:

    And Chunky is behind the curve as usual. He’s so simple. And always wrong!

    • Minnow-redux says:

      Charles, the all-knowing and all-seeing.

      Hahahahahahahahahahaahahaha.

      Good luck with that pal.

      To you, getting 200 responses to some horseshit thing you have said on the internet from angry, whiny idiots who have an irrational hate for Trump means you had a good day.

      Wow Charles. That is a sad statement on your life, and your state of mind.

      You are a pathetic piece of shit and are seriously mentally ill.

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