Wow. I never thought that the volume of the absurd and deliberate ignorance of Charles F. Johnson could surpass 11, but it just did.
Comey played a “MAJOR” role in getting Hillary Clinton exonerated from verified corruption charges, and exposed the FBI as a political puppet. Comey did more damage to the credibility of the FBI than anyone in modern history, yet, according to Charles Johnson, Comey enabled the election of Donald J. Trump, despite the fact that he did everything in his power to prevent it.
Charles, you’re a mess.
Prior to sporting his infamous Magical Jazzy Ponytail, Charles Johnson sported a Magical Jazzy Afro in order to blend in with the Stanley Clarke / George Duke jazz fusion band. It didn’t fool anyone. Besides that, Clarke and Duke were both talented and should have been embarrassed playing this mindless noodling garbage in the first place.
Maybe that’s why they hired Charles…
Meanwhile, Charles Johnson is sputtering about Charles Johnson.
Charles is sure making a dent in something.
Gitcha gris gris gumbo yaya, Charles.
Not certain, but I think that’s ChenZhen in the blue robe, ISTE and Opilio are in the middle, and (the late} Nil Stooge is on the right. I was manning the BRC pumps that day. Fun times.
Cesca gets it wrong, Johnson parrots it, demotes him to LGF “Affiliate” status & the Little Green Mental Cases chime in.Posted: December 19, 2017
Soon to be accused pedophile, racist, sexist & anti-Semite Nazi, 64 year old Charles Johnson posts photos of young boys, scantily clad girls, and little else of intellectual value on his once popular blog Little Green Footballs.Posted: December 10, 2017
[Screencap courtesy Glenn Greenwald.]
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.