One discourages mass murder, the other advertises an easy target.
More news has come out regarding the deranged gunman who killed 17 at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, with more proof that it was ultimately law enforcement failure that allowed Nikolas Cruz to achieve his psychotic goal. That’s right. Laws and procedures were already enacted and n place to stop this fuckface, but they were not enforced.
So who does the left blame? Donald Trump, the GOP, Marco Rubio, the NRA, and Dana Loesch. None of the MSM pundits blame the asswipe who did it, Nikolas Cruz, and none of them blame the local police or FBI for ignoring the clues, threats and tips.
Some students sought to speak to the POTUS directly, while others were apparently given scripts and used as props by CNN to advocate for more firearm restrictions. These kids are distraught and grieving for their lost friends, and they’re vulnerable to manipulation.
So let’s discuss this civilly. Here’s a comment from the thread above:
Guilt-By-Association-Monger Charles Johnson promotes deranged followers calling for torture of people with dissenting opinions. Then there’s this:
Yes, and that father demanded security measures comparable to those in other government facilities, like courthouses and Barbara Streisand’s Malibu McMansion.
Yeah. He did.
Charles, you’re a 64 year old tool.
He was banned from Little Green Footballs, yet he’s still a fan and defender of Charles Johnson, and he’s got an axe to grind about something that no one yet has been able to suss out, including him.
Ya, we talmbout Reggie. A couple weeks ago he threatened to shut down this blog by pressing a big shiny green button or something but it never happened. There was a small surge of spambots emanating from somewhere in the Caribbean, but Akismet does a pretty good job filtering spam.
So do we.
Charles Johnson never wished anyone a Merry Christmas as far as I could recall, so I broke into the Blogmock Rec Room, busted the lock and opened the rusty hinge on the trap door hidden underneath the cat stuff behind the couch and climbed down into the stifling confines of The Boiler Room. I found a box marked “Christmas.”
You won’t find those legit comments via The Wayback Machine or on The World’s Greatest Search Engine, but there they are, a late, yet appreciated, Christmas present to Diary of Daedalus. Thank you, Charles.
In the spirit of giving, I went to Target today. The shipment will be a bit late, but it’s the thought that counts.
Merry Christmas Charles!
Yeah, we all saw it coming, Charles @Green_Footballs Johnson. We also saw how you abused the Twitter protocols, and how you deleted all contents from your dormant @Lizardoid account. We also know why you did so. How ’bout reposting some of the vile stuff that appeared on your account, explain why you deleted it, and justify why it’s still open, Charles?
Two-faced unapologetic slime.
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.
Nice catch, Charles.
In 16 years Charles Johnson mentioned only his mother and his brother. Now he claims to have relatives that could have perished in the WTC attacks, but they didn’t, and any one of us could claim the same damn unprovable thing.
That’s some amazing unfettered idiocy right there.
I never cared much for Bob Dylan. He was talented but too pretentious for my taste. On the other hand, I hereby dedicate this song, on behalf of The Diary of Daedalus, to Charles F. Johnson & Viscous Bouche, aka Alouette.
Update: Apparently a lot of people took notice of Johnson’s Idiot Wind, including Weasel Zippers and The Washington Times. Many (of the 38k+ banned) ex-lizards ressponded in the comments sections of both. Enjoy.