Charles Johnson’s Little Green Footballs celebrates the accidental tasing of an Ohio police officer, claims the President ***ed a baby. REALLY.Posted: November 30, 2017
The suspect was resisting arrest and the arresting officer accidentally tased his partner who was sent to the hospital with head injuries. The suspect was unharmed. Little Green Footballs commenter “FormerDirtDart” thought that was funny, as did others.
Here’s the link to the ABC News Tweet.
Meanwhile, the Trump hatred also goes unchecked.
Who thinks like this? These are Charles Johnson’s people, Little Green Footballs Class of 2017. Someone’s not policing his own blog, or else he agrees with these vile comments.
Yeah, Olbermann’s an end alright, but Johnson is a bigger one.
GQ Magazine. Now there’s a brilliant read. It’s like Teen Vogue for 17 year old yuppie boys and a 65 year old magical jazzy ponytail who’s right on the cutting edge of hip with his manly adoration of The Olberdouche.
Hey Charles. Tell you what. Post a current selfie or two within the next week and we’ll quit mocking you. “Current” means a photo taken within the past 30 days, preferably with you stuffing your face full of Thanksgiving goodness. We’ll wait.
I don’t know what it means, but with the surfboard and tropical fruit it sure looks Hawaiian, Magical and Jazzy. Thank you Charles.
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Truth is, Charles Johnson hooked up with Neil Rauhauser, inventor of the Bean Dogs, automated bots created to attack right-wingers by swarming Twitter feeds. Andrew Breitbart didn’t create or promote any of it, but he exposed the practice, as did Mandy Nagy. Neither Breitbart nor Nagy “pioneered this method,” but Charles Johnson promoted it and participated in it by his own admission. (Those admissions can be found under his previous Twitter moniker “@lizardoid” but the content was swept clean long ago.)
Breitbart can’t defend himself because he’s dead, and Mandy Nagy is incapacitated due to a massive stroke she suffered years ago.
Charles, you’re a lying coward.
I took a stroll over to The Mothership this afternoon and found that she was down for unknown reasons. Thinking that my FireFox bookmarks might be corrupted due to the recent upgrade, I googled The Blogmocracy and clicked that link. No dice.
Instead I found an amusing blast from the past by Robert Stacy McCain in 2012. Down in the comments, “Jacobus” posted a link to this:
The last phrase in that self-description says a lot.
So 33-year-old Magical Jazzy played with Chicago in 1986? News to me, so I searched the BRC Archives. He never once mentioned the band, and he’s not listed anywhere in their lineups. Go figger.
One misreported story about Donald Trump Jr., and the rest are vapid nothings. Nice work, Charles. You’re a mover and a shaker.
China has been playing trade games and manipulating their currency for decades. Trump’s comment was well-timed and well-placed subtle sarcasm, and Charles Johnson missed it by a milyo.
Charles Johnson doesn’t understand the concept of “sarcasm” or how it works, and it doesn’t work like this:
That’s called whining.
Jeez, Charles. You’re embarrassing yourself more than usual, and “more than usual” means most of the time. Maybe you could reinvent Little Green Footballs as a news aggregation site instead of parroting memes and tropes promulgated by liars and spin doctors, instead of copy-pasting C-level comedians posing as news sources.
Just a thought, Master Ponytail.