Mark Levin’s book “UNFREEDOM OF THE PRESS“ is an easy read. It’s not historical fiction, and he backs it all up with easily found references and sources. Dare you to read it, Charles, and if you disagree with any of it, go rip him a new one. You’re all about history and facts, yeah?
Double dare you to call into Levin’s daily radio show and educate him. Give us a heads up when you’ll be calling in so we can have the popcorn ready.
BTW, Charles, let us know what books you’ve written, and we’ll give you a free shout out, too.
…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.
LGF sycophant HappyWarrior thinks that The Natives were a volcanic island nation somewhere east of Culver City and west of St. Louis that was conquered by Mennonites in 1923 during the pre-Cambrian Period. But we’re not here to pick on ignoramuses like HappyWarrior because
OH WAIT… That’s exactly why we’re here.
Charles, define a “Native American.” Isn’t it someone like you who was born (or whelped) here?
Okay, try this. What is an “Indigenous American?” A potato? A chile? Tobacco? A hot tomato? Mountain Dew? If we limit the definition to humans, there’s still no *ahem* consensus on which group of uncivilized murderous pagan barbaric tribes showed up first. According to modern anthropology and forensics, the first humans to settle in the Americas likely didn’t come from Mongolia over the frozen Bering Strait, but from somewhere far southwest of Culver City.
Once corrected on his ignorance, Johnson attacks and dismisses the polite woman as “pedantic.” Charles, you’re not the brightest bulb in the garlic patch. By your own definition, you’re a typical European white supremacist fascist who spent his entire life co-opting the contributions of other ethnic cultures, but at the very least you can listen to this.
Mark Levin did some simple research (that Johnson didn’t bother with) and came up with this amazing concise monologue:
Charles, PLEASE call into Levin’s radio show and display your superior Magical Jazzy Ponytail intellect to the world.
We’ll buy you a parakeet. Promise.
I don’t know why I find this funny, perhaps because it’s another one of Charles Johnson’s inane cut-n-paste jobs of articles and documents that he didn’t bother reading or couldn’t comprehend. Maybe we should do it Mark Levin style:
“CUT ONE. GO.”
“OKAY STOP. Holy crap. Who thought one of the biggest energy plants in the world, Plant Scherer, might produce carbon dioxide, the stuff that plants breathe? It’s coal-fired. Cheap energy. SO WHAT? They have scrubbers, and the clouds you see coming out of the reactors are steam. Water vapor. CO2 doesn’t even come close to doing the climate change dance that water vapor does, and the oceans are pros at it. The oceans beat out the jungles (I mean the rain forests) for methane generation, and there’s not a damn thing we can do about it.
“Guess where the coal comes from to run Plant Scherer? Wyoming! Why it’s not coming from Appalachia I don’t know. Has to do with economics. Okay, Go on…”
I can’t do Levin like Levin, but here’s what’s got Charles and others all squeevy. A draft of an unfinished report was leaked today entitled
and every blogger (including Charles Foster Johnson) who linked to it, apparently read it, checked out the the footnotes and quoted sources, and vetted it in under 10 hours. ALL 549 PAGES OF IT.
Nazi Germany named this process PapierKrieg.
P.S. Here are the direct links that Charles proffered:
Lisa Friedman is a one-note nutcase with mental myopia and a small weight problem.
Rip it up, me bloogs.
It was the Battles of the Charles Johnsons today on Twitter. Charles C Johnson smacked around the lonely, corpulent basement blogger after Charles tried to start a tweet war with Mark Levin. The sane Charles Johnson mocks him as unimportant and yester-decad’s news!
Charles Johnson is a relic of the past and well past his prime. He is an internet joke that people mock.
Update: None of The Corpulent shut in’s minion invents a nickname for him.
The hero worship of Charles is sick.