Four More Witnesses appear to testify against Justice Kavanaugh.

Brett Kavenaugh offered to jump-start my car, but then he brought out the cables with the scary clamps and I called AAA.

Brett Kavanaugh once opened a door for me. What a sexist POS.

Brett Kavenaugh is honorable, but apparently he did something once that no one can confirm. He might have called me a bitch after I kicked him in the crotch. I don’t remember. Too many doobs.

Brett Kavenaugh wore very disturbing Halloween costumes.

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What are we gonna do with you, Charles?

Charles, we’re your biggest fans, and we’ve given you more blog traffic than Rush Limbaugh and Andrew Breitbart combined, yet all you can do is post links to Rachel Maddow clones Stephen Colbert and Bob Cesca and echo their idiocy on Twitter.

So Charles. You are the all-knowing news aggregator. What’s your schedule for a live interview these days? Open mic, with callers, and you can wear fishnets if you like.

Oh, and we’ll give you $500 for an .mpg of you attempting a layup on a local bb court. Hell, we’ll give you $1000 just for a current selfie.

Give us a call and we’ll set it up. Win-win.


Charles Johnson (Who Is Not A Racist) Disparages Mexican Cuisine and Presents a Tutorial on Asswiping

Yeah, right, Charles. How many times did you use the term “Oil Tick” to disparage all people of mideastern descent? Or are you crowing again about “Mr. Mossberg?”

The following comments were flushed down the LGF Memory Hole long ago, but here they are verbatim:

No ethnic racism there. None at all, and it appears that an un-named proctologist had to teach Charles Johnson the proper way to wipe his ass.

[2nd & 3rd screencaps via the BRC Archives and the Nil Stooge Comment Recreation Tool. Top screencap via @Jack.]


Charles Johnson: “Don’t Know Much About Hiss-tow-ree…”

…and he doesn’t recognize the clowns in what he calls the “Kavanaugh Confirmation Circus” either.

“But in the 1930s, during the Great Depression, the Statists successfully launched a counterrevolution that radically and fundamentally altered the nature of American society. President Franklin Roosevelt and an overwhelmingly Democratic Congress, through an array of federal projects, entitlements, taxes, and regulations known as the New Deal, breached the Constitution’s firewalls. At first the Supreme Court fought back, striking down New Deal programs as exceeding the limits of federal constitutional authority, violating state sovereignty, and trampling on private property rights. But rather than seek an expansion of federal power through the amendment process, which would likely have blunted Roosevelt’s ambitions, Roosevelt threatened the very makeup of the Court by proposing to pack it with sympathetic justices who would go along with his counterrevolution. Although Roosevelt’s plan failed, the justices had been effectively intimidated. And new justices, who shared Roosevelt’s statism, began replacing older justices on the Court. It was not long before the Court became little more than a rubber stamp for Roosevelt’s policies.” —Mark Levin, Liberty and Tyrrany, 2009

Charles, how ’bout we set up a GoFundMe account of, say, $5,000 for you to call in and debate US Constitution lawyer Mark Levin, payable if you last for more than 60 seconds? His radio show on AM870 starts at 3PM PST – you should be awake by then. 1-877-381-3811 is the number. Let us know if you’re game, or if you’re gonna puss-out on easy money.


Charles Johnson on Senator John McCain (1936-2018)


04306354 27292 33 Charles Sat, Sep 29, 2007 7:17:43pm

re: #28 Lanaty

re: #17 MJ

“In the interview, the senator also said the “Constitution established the United States of America as a Christian nation.”
Sorry folks, but McCain is wrong. And, as a Jew, I certainly do notthink only a Christian should be President. It’s my country too. Now,it’s quite possible McCain was mis-quoted and that the article isbogus. I’d like to hear more.

If he really said that, he’s a fool. As an irreligious person, I don’t want religion in office, period.

This is far from the only reason to label McCain a “fool.”


08768418 37577 383 Charles Wed, Nov 17, 2010 1:27:54pm

The person I supported during the election was McCain, far more than Palin. I criticized Palin for her creationist views, while taking at face value her pledge that she wouldn’t try to push it into schools — with the caveat that she would just be vice president, and couldn’t do much harm anyway.

Not exactly full-throated support.

None of that has anything to do with her intelligence or lack thereof. The more I saw of her, the clearer and more obvious her dim-wittedness became.


08896678 38014 22 Charles Wed, Feb 2, 2011 1:37:30pm

re: #11 Kragar (Proud to be Kafir)

Or more likely, his official twitting aide posting his comments for him.

This. If you recall, during the campaign we found out that McCain is really lousy at this Intertubes thing.


Charles, McCain’s hands were crippled during his 5 year incarceration and torture by the North Vietnamese in the infamous Hanoi Hilton POW prison. He couldn’t type. He was lucky to be able to walk after that inhumane brutality.


08896693 38014 31 Charles Wed, Feb 2, 2011 1:44:29pm

re: #26 Kragar (Proud to be Kafir)

McCain’s Twitpic is the face of a man who has just farted and was able to successfully shift the blame to someone else.

The Holy Grail of Flatulence.


09045663 38494 303 Charles Mon, May 2, 2011 5:36:31pm

re: #285 recusancy

Do you regret voting for McCain/Palin?

I’ve already written that if I could go back and do it over, I’d vote for Obama. Totally mean that.


 


In Other Words, Charles Foster Johnson Doesn’t Know Dick.

Charles F. Johnson was served with divorce papers years ago, and those papers likely included a “Non-Disclosure Agreement” It’s a binding contract, where both parties agree to shut up about whatever they agree to shut up about for whatever reasons, even if it has to do with pissing in plastic soda bottles that once contained Mountain Dew. It’s nobody’s business except for the two parties involved, and it’s perfectly legal.

It’s also perfectly legal for anyone to settle lawsuits and disputed debts, whether or not that person is thinking of / or running for office, as long as the money is transferred from private accounts and not from campaign financing. This is common law, but Charles Johnson, self-anointed federal judge, claims it’s illegal. It’s not.

Charles, you signed a Non-Disclosure Agreement with Atari, yeah? What would have happened had you violated that binding agreement by releasing platform code? Probably nothing since Atari went blooey once you showed up. Awesome work, Charles.

 


On The Streets Of Culver City

#BOMY. Black Olives Matter, Y’all.

[By request.]