A photo op proves Johnson is a neonazi according to Johnson, so Johnson calls Johnson a homo.

Okay, so Charles C. Johnson got a photo op with Rep. Dana Rohrabacher in London and suddenly he’s a player, pulling strings for Julian Assange as an insider. Yeah, right. Charles F. Johnson stretched it into an accusation that Charles C. Johnson is a neonazi.


CCJ responded to CFJ in kind:

Everyone knows the connection between Anders Breivik and Charles F. Johnson, but he’s a homo? Sure, Foster’s got a hardon for The Redbeardo, but that doesn’t fly because PAM.

The level of stupid is nearing 11.


89 Comments on “A photo op proves Johnson is a neonazi according to Johnson, so Johnson calls Johnson a homo.”

  1. Octopus says:

    I wonder if this “quasi-family” could be enticed or coerced into adopting our special needs baby, one Gus The Garage Boy. Might be the perfect fit. 😆

  2. KGB says:

    Charles a shirt lifter? That also doesn’t square with the tale of the un-matted hairy.

  3. Octopus says:

    His brother is gay, not Chunky.

  4. Octopus says:

    I have to figure out something and I’m exhausted.
    1 hour ago
    The left seeks perfection; the right shows up to vote.
    1 hour ago
    Politics is easy; life is much harder.
    1 hour ago
    In other news. I’ve run out of words.
    1 hour ago

    — Go to bed sober at a reasonable hour
    — Get up and go to social services, looking for work and a place to stay
    — Get off Twitter, which has taken over what’s left of your life
    — Apologize to your sister 🙂

  5. Octopus says:


  6. Arachne says:

    Frankly, Ginger, I don’t give a shit whether the 6 million number is correct. It disgusts me that somehow it’s really important to you that the number be accurate. Men, women and children were herded like cattle and systematically annhilated. Don’t try to justify this ridiculous skepticism of the so-called number. I don’t give a flying FUCK if you don’t like the number.

    Get lost. Permanently. After reading this I’m sorry I was ever on your fucking side.

    • Minnowredux says:

      Well said.

      Additionally, Ginger comes off looking even dumber with his “alleged homosexual” comment. Huh? Even if Charles is a homosexual, how does THAT enter into this discussion?

      This (poorly written) screed of his comes off making him sound like he is 13-years old…. (Note: That is ALMOST down to Charles F. Johnson’s level!!??!!).

      Both Johnsons offer nothing and are headed nowhere fast.

      • Octopus says:

        Yeah, so much for Ginger.

        • Bunk x says:

          It’s still fun to watch Ginger and The Magical Jazzy Ponytail waste their time blowing spitball kisses at each other because they both have the same name.

          • Arachne says:

            Oh, that will never get old. Reminds me of that old Star Trek episode with Frank Gorshin playing the character whose face was white on the right side engaged in duel to the death with a character whose face was white on the left side.

          • Bunk x says:

            Heh. Great comparison.
            My earliest memory of Frank Gorshin was his impersonation of William F. Buckley as a lizard.

  7. Octopus says:

    RT@earthquakesLA: A 3.6 magnitude earthquake occurred 3.73mi NW of Westwood, California. Details: eqbot.com/UJZ Map: https://t.c…
    7 hours ago
    Earthquake in LA.Felt like a 3 or 3.5.
    7 hours ago

    He gets the earthquake report from the website that does that, and tweets out that it “felt like exactly what the seismic equipment measures.” In other words, he can tell immediately to the tenth how strong an earthquake is, with his special moonbat-sense. 😆

    “LGF: Taking Credit For Other People’s Work Since 2001”

    • TreBob says:

      Charles is such a dumbass he doesn’t even realize how stupid he’s become. Using the Richter scale, an earthquake that measures 3.5 is 5 times stronger than a 3. But he uses the range as if it’s the difference between $3 and tree-fifty.

    • Bunk x says:

      Something small like that is barely noticeable unless you’re near the epicenter. Sometimes I’ll feel some odd vertigo, only to find out later that it was a minor quake or aftershock. Like just now.

      • Arachne says:

        From someone who deals with earthquakes on a regular basis, 3.0 and 3.5 is considered “aftershock” size. You get a little shaking and that’s about it, unless, as you correctly point out, you’re near the epicenter. After Loma Prieta, we got several 3.0 aftershocks. The glasses clinked for a second.

        Which is why when we had the Napa quake two years ago and I woke to my house really shaking (I was 10 miles due NE from the epicenter), the thing that had me MOST terrified was that if this quake was centered in San Francisco (San Andreas), I figured the devastation would be immense.

  8. Minnowredux says:

    Did you all see this?

    Totally unbelievable!!

  9. Octopus says:


    A real investigative journalist is operating in this country, thank God. I can’t wait for the next installment. 🙂

  10. Octopus says:

    It’s about damn time.

  11. Octopus says:

    That was so mean. 😆

  12. Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

    Video: Donald Trump Embarrasses the US Again With an Insane War-Mongering Speech at the UN lgf.bz/2ybR6oO https://t.co/8ABcgqQAIg
    35 minutes ago

    He spoke against rogue, lawless and dictatorship regimes so naturally Chunky is totally against that.

  13. rightymouse says:

    Paranoid much?

  14. Octopus says:

    Hmm…4 hours later. They must have confiscated his phone. 😆

  15. rightymouse says:

    I love Trump but he can’t be serious about Huntsman as his Ambassador to Russia.


  16. Minnowredux says:

    Welp Gus, you can always move to Everett, Washington…

    Just make sure you bring a blanky….

  17. ISTE says:

    Being serious.

    What is this “Gus” situation?

    All joking and laughing aside we have the ability to do something for him if his need is genuine.
    His first post at

    His first post at LGF

    06025347 31544 285 Gus 802 Sat, Oct 11, 2008 7:26:16pm

    At long last I am here!

    Thank you Mr. Johnson. I’ve been waiting to register here for almost a year and happened by this evening and finally saw that registration was open. Been a reader of LFG for almost 3 years now.

    Greetings from Denver.


    By his first post date he was one of you in the beginning.

  18. Octopus says:

    Stolen, not borrowed, from Ace. Because we need this here. 🙂

  19. ISTE says:

    Two males sharing an apartment for the first night together and there is only one bed. I will post updates…

  20. Minnowredux says:

    ISTE…. don’t forget one of my father’s favorite sayings: “Don’t knock it ’til you’ve tried it!”

    • ISTE says:

      I am a 59 year old human.

      The other male is a six month old cat.

      We worked out the eating arrangements. He eats tuna.

      I know where the bathroom is. Cat has yet to decide where cat bathroom is, however he farted twice so far so I think it is on his cat list of things to do.

      Still not sure of the sleeping arrangements. I sleep on an air bed. He has not been declawed (and never will be)

      So there is a good chance we will both be sleeping on the floor.

      Cat is a stray cat, patio door is open. He can come and go as he pleases. He is not a pet but a friend.

      • Minnowredux says:

        Sounds like a pretty good arrangement. At a certain point in my life (including when I lived in Galveston) I have had cats. Now I have dogs.

        Both are great.

        And, despite what people say about cats, I know mine loved me. (I had one cat that I could walk on a leash and i always said that he thought he was a dog. I loved that cat…… Luther.)

      • Calo says:

        I’m feeling marginalized tonight. I’ve been replaced by a younger, more playful thing.

        • Minnowredux says:

          I doubt THAT!!!! 😉

        • ISTE says:

          You and Cat are both free to come and go as you please. You are both not locked in, restrained or otherwise denied your freedoms in any way. You both visit because you want to, not because you have to,

          Oh, by the way, cat ate two cans of tuna, a pound of dry cat food. Purred, looked at me and smiled then disappeared into the night,.I feel used.. 🙂

          Calo, bring your own tuna. Not falling for that sneaky trick again.

      • Minnowredux says:

        by the way…. I will pass along one fact. The adult, male stray who adopted me in Galveston loved milk. BUT, he couldn’t digest it properly….. Which is to say, he got the shits from it. That was a mess.

        Don’t give him to much (if any) milk….

        At that point in my life, I had never had a cat and had always heard that cats loved milk etc. etc.

  21. Pakimon says:

    Looks like Gus had a rough day at the hospital.

    • Pakimon says:

      And why did his ER bed “suck”?

      Gus provides a clue.

      I guess that happens when you don’t provide a bedpan. 😆

    • Pakimon says:

      Gus’ diagnosis:

      From reading his earlier tweets, his trip to the hospital was due to neck pain.

      Protip: Spending years sleeping on an old couch in a garage will definitely give you neck and back pain. Get off Twitter and get a job.

      I’m sure he was hoping for a pain medication prescription of the opiate variety or maybe some medicinal marijuana but I think they gave him the boot with a prescription of “take two aspirin and the bill is in the mail” 😆

      • Pakimon says:

        Sidenote: Gus shouldn’t put off that hernia surgery like I did because eventually he’ll wake up with a knotted intestine. (like I did).

        Once that happens and left untreated, you’re looking at major surgery and a nice colostomy bag to lug around.

        Of course, the bill for hernia surgery runs at about $62,000 dollars so he might want to get off his ass and get a job that offers a health plan.

        Failing that, he needs to invest in a hernia truss.

        • Octopus says:

          Gus is going to have to find a sugar mama to
          pay for that surgery. Good luck!

          • TreBob says:

            What we missed here is that Gus went to the emergency room instead of a primary care physician. What would have been an $80-$100 visit turned into a $600-$700 visit because he went to A&E. He also got treated and diagnosed for free (healthcare for everyone) because hospital ERs have to treat you regardless of ability to pay. PCPs don’t have to treat you if you can’t pay.

            Gus is a typical lowlife leech. If he gets the surgery done, that will also be paid for by the tax payers of Colorado and the U.S. The perfect example to rebut Sanders claim of people without insurance dying in the streets.

          • Octopus says:

            Exactly right, Tre. My brother is an ER doc in
            Detroit, and they get these cases all day long, everyday.

          • OLT's Stuck in Irak says:

            Good Lord, does he get combat pay?

          • Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

            These people like your brother do tremendous work. I can’t praise them enough. They are super smart and kind, as well.

          • TreBob says:

            In our PCP clinic, we get deducted on our reimbursements from Medicaid if the ER utilization goes above a certain level. We also get notified and have to follow-up with Medicaid members who go to the ER. You’d be shocked on how many take their kids into the ER for sniffles or a slight fever. Since they don’t have to pay, there’s no incentive for them to worry about costs. We have even had them call an ambulance to go to the ER because they can’t be bothered to reserve a free ride in a Medicaid program three days in advance to go to their PCP.

            Nothing costs more than the government giving it away for free.

          • OLT's Stuck in Irak says:

            Sadly, I would not be surprised because I have seen it.

            My wife fell and opened a gash in her scalp one night and we ended up at the ER with two families of non-English speakers who had … colds.

          • Bunk x says:

            I made a vow a few years ago not to mock Gus (or anyone else) for medical problems as I have some of my own. I’m not going to list my troubles here or anywhere else online because it’s none of anyone’s business but my own.

            Obamacare is a disaster as it was meant to be. I honestly believe it was designed to eliminate those old enough to remember when the indoctrination began, leaving the young and gullible to accept socialism.

            Once the elders are gone, history can be rewritten. Even Uncle Ho knew that, and the tactic works.

        • Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

          I had an inguinal hernia repair in 1998. I had it for probably 20 years stemming from a lot of bearing down playing trumpet. They fixed it laproscopically with a mesh leaving only a tiny scar which, who cares? I’m an ugly dude not some pretty doll who wants to look perfect. LOL! But it’s amazing what they can do. My surgeon was super skilled. I had a minor complication a couple weeks after. I went to see him and said I was afraid maybe the surgery had failed but he said with dead certainty there’s no way that happened. And he was right. Turned out it was a little routine fluid build up and he drained it and I was back on track.

          Five years later my wife got really sick with acute diverticulitis. We put the same thoracic surgeon on the job. They couldn’t say for certain why she was so sick but our doc surgeon said he was certain the intestine had ruptured and she was suffering from scepsis. Very, very dangerous and life threatening. Something they can’t see clearly on a CAT scan. So we authorized doc to go in and sure as shit she was probably a day from death. She had to have an ostomy for three months so things could heal up. When he completed his work, removed the ostomy and put her back together she was healed from diverticulitis.

          • Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

            Another memory from that time with my wife in ’04, I remember breaking down and weeping in the waiting room because it had been 5 hours. It was supposed to be 1 and a half hours. Our daughters were 4 years old and in day care so I was totally alone and became distraught. After the sixth hour doctor Miller summoned me and told me the situation to my great relief.

          • Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

            Another cool thing is my wife has a Masters degree in clarinet. Doctor Miller is also an enthusiastic amateur clarinetist. So they could kibbitz about that.

          • Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

            But I should try and stay on topic. I’m one of those spoiled fuckers who’s employer health insurance covers my medications. The insulin I take costs $500 a month. With insurance it costs me $20 bucks. If I lose my job I’m hosed. It’s crazy. And if the Yellowstone caldera goes off or the New Madrid Fault goes ape shit and we devolve back into the Paleolithic I’m equally screwed. Insulin must be refrigerated.

            As Katy Perry said “Oh well”

          • !!!Trump is Teh Satan! Hit Theo lose tip!! jar! says:

            I could have also said “So it goes” which is from Slaughterhouse 5. But no one gets those literary references anymore. How long has Vonnegut been dead? 20 years?

          • Octopus says:

            Note to OLT — no, my brother doesn’t get combat pay, but I could tell you some wild and hairy stories about things that have gone down in and around the ER. They have police officers on duty 24/7, for example — not security, but Detroit Police assigned to maintain order and keep track of who’s been shot, and the possibilities of reprisals and/or job-finishing. Drug-gang warfare never stops, though there are lulls and flare-ups. Most of the time, though, it’s treating poor people who use the ER as their GP medical outlet.

          • !!!Trump is Teh Satan! Hit Theo lose tip!! jar!
            I could have also said “So it goes” which is from Slaughterhouse 5. But no one gets those literary references anymore.

            Hi ho!

  22. OLT's Stuck in Irak says:

    Spot the bias, in an otherwise lovely note from a charity* that I used to heartily support, Kiva:

    “For more than 50 years, the Colombian conflict was fought in small towns and villages, away from the reach of the government. As a result, the victims of the violence tended to be the most vulnerable members of Colombia’s population: farmers, indigenous people and the poor. As of 2016, Colombia had 7.2 million internally displaced people. That’s more than Syria, Egypt, Lebanon and Palestine combined.”

    * Not really a charity, more of an interest-free loan

  23. Octopus says:

    I’ve been too busy at work all day to follow the news, but isn’t it something the way things have kind of fallen to pieces today for the Libturd Media? The admission that Obama wiretapped Trump. The admission that climate change is bullshit. Weiner heading to the slammer for a two-year stretch, it seems. All things our big bouncing Chunky-boy has railed mindlessly about, while we chucked him under his chins, and chuckled fondly. 😆

    Came across this awesome vid at Hot Air, where Andrew attended the Weiner press conference and became the emcee. What a great man. His honesty shined through, as the lamestreams tried to corner him. Miss you, man.

  24. Octopus says:

    Valerie Plame, Darling Of The Left, is an antisemite? HOW SHOCKING!!1! 😆

    Ask your hero Keith Ellison how he feels about teh Jooos, Chunky.