Now This Is Beyond Painful

With idiotic posts such as what Charles banged out this morning, it is obvious to anybody with two functioning glial cells that he didn’t “fall short of the grace”, he outright jumped into the abyss.

Absolutely amazing. Check this out. I took a screen shot for posterity.

Folks, you can’t make this stuff up. For the life of me I cannot understand this cat’s way of thinking and to be honest, I am glad that I cannot understand. There must be cognitive dissonance here, as I have no idea how someone could be so glaringly frigging obtuse and idiotic. The outrage expressed in this matter is more than justified. And the only “psychotic frenzy” I see here is Charles’ mad dash to mold minds.

Charlie? Are you reading carefully? Good – look very closely here. I will attempt to use monosyllabic words so that even the likes of you can understand.

Innocent. People. Frigging Died.

But then again, hey – what’s a few (hundred) brown people? Out of sight, out of mind. And the federal agents? Just more martyrs for the cause against the second amendment.

But I digress. Then again, so do most of the people commenting there.

No bigotry to see here, move along.

Fast and Furious was a Bohemian circle jerk from day one. None of the weapons had tracking devices, which is in stark contrast to the Bush administration’s “Wide Receiver” which netted at least 1400 arrests. Fast and Furious did not have the cooperation of the Mexican government; in fact, they were never even notified. ATF agents were ordered not to follow the purchasers. Hell they didn’t even use aircraft, let alone tracking devices.

It is estimated that at least 200 Mexican citizens were killed with these weapons. I submit to anybody reading this, that just one innocent death caused by this disaster is a complete outrage and should immediately be answered with prosecution. But no, Obama had to protect his little guy with executive privilege. And always remember, if someone is hiding something it is obvious they don’t want you to see something. The Obama crew is doing what they can to refuse to turn anything over to the Department of Justice. This is not outrageous to the LGF parasites, but as usual Charbles (yes I misspelled that purposely) has something very profound to add to the subject: another meaningless, blithering comment about his new obsession – Twitter.

It is so amazing to me that people still look at that site and how much of the proverbial Kool-Aid that the “old-schoolers” chuggled.

Daedalus Update: Charles now claims Fast and Furious never happened.

I have no words.


He doesn’t have words, but sometimes none are necessary.

109 Comments on “Now This Is Beyond Painful”

  1. haysoos says:

    the great LGF, fact checkers supreme….
    I think this must be satire, or else illustrates how far that blog has fallen…

    how did Fortune come across 2000 confidential documents?…does that make you feel good about ATF internal security?…you are an idiot
    and of the 39 people, who were they and how were they privy to activities outside their dept….duh, I think BO and Holder didn;t invite a bunch of ATF guys to the office…good grief you people are stupid, worse, your’re uncaring

  2. Daedalus says:

    Ok so Fast and Furious is no big deal. Charles Johnson has spoken!

  3. V the K says:

    If ‘Fast and Furious’ is the nothingburger Chunky Cheetos claims it is, Why doesn’t Obama release the cocky-doody documents?

    If the US military shot down a Mexican airliner with 300 people on it, would Chunkstyle and the left be all “nothing to see here” about it?

    Also, I think the Honey Badger would be a way cool mascot.

  4. haysoos says:

    LGF has become hysterical….BO droolbots
    it’s disgusting to grovel at the feet of anybody

  5. Speranza says:

    Brian Terry and a certain 300 Mexicans are unavailable for comment.

  6. Pig says:

    Good early response here……

    “Fact: During Operation Fast and Furious, gun dealers repeatedly emailed Voth, asking whether guns they were selling under orders from ATF, were ending up in the wrong hands. Voth assured them they were not……”

    • garycooper says:

      Heheh…Katie eviscerates the Fortune puff-piece.

      • garycooper says:

        The last paragraph is all you really need, Fatass!

        Becca Watkins, House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform spokeswoman, has issued the following statement:

        “Fortune’s story is a fantasy made up almost entirely from the accounts of individuals involved in the reckless tactics that took place in Operation Fast and Furious. It contains factual errors – including the false statement that Chairman Issa has called for Attorney General Holder’s resignation – and multiple distortions. It also hides critical information from readers – including a report in the Wall Street Journal – indicating that its primary sources may be facing criminal charges. Congressional staff gave Fortune Magazine numerous examples of false statements made by the story’s primary source and the magazine did not dispute this information. It did not, however, explain this material to its readers. The one point of agreement the Committee has with this story is its emphasis on the role Justice Department prosecutors, not just ATF agents, played in guns being transferred to drug cartels in Mexico. The allegations made in the story have been examined and rejected by congressional Republicans, Democrats, and the Justice Department.”

      • Arachne says:

        Since Katie’s written a best-seller on the subject, I think I’ll trust her more than Mr. Never Published an Effing Thing Worth Mentioning.

  7. haysoos says:

    remember the outrage over the panties on the heads of those guys in Iraq?…good lord, the left wanted investigations! trials! heads rolling! impeach!…these people really suck….just look around at the economy, states going broke, trillions sent to the ME, schools in shambles, good kids dying in Astan for no reason…I just can’t take liberals serious, how can I?

  8. garycooper says:

    Fortune Magazine is an arm of CNN, and is thus deep in the pocket of this disastrous administration. They’re just proving once again how much you can’t trust the MSM.

  9. haysoos says:

    Achilles :
    Man Haysoos, you’re on a roll. All comments are spot on.

    Brian Terry worked for ME….he’s dead and I deserve to know why and how that came about…how did 300 Mexican citizens die?…they desevre an answer…the very same people that went ballistic with GWB’s manner of governing are now pulling the same shit in reverse…it’s not about principle, it’s about AmIdol partisanship…it’s just too bizarre…no crime no problem, so cough up the docs and explain this crazy EP…what’s to hide?

    • Achilles says:

      Precisely. All of these crimes need to be answered for. The thing that galls the bejesus out of me is that nobody from the Obama camp will be brought up on charges, let alone jailed. I would like to see the families file a rather enormous wrongful death civil suit.

      And you’re absolutely right, if no wrongdoing was done then why the herculean effort to cover it up?

  10. haysoos says:

    LGF blowing this off in such offensive, cavalier manner is very telling…idoltarian bootlickers

  11. haysoos says:

    Achilles :
    Precisely. All of these crimes need to be answered for. The thing that galls the bejesus out of me is that nobody from the Obama camp will be brought up on charges, let alone jailed. I would like to see the families file a rather enormous wrongful death civil suit.
    And you’re absolutely right, if no wrongdoing was done then why the herculean effort to cover it up?

    and why doesn’t BO go to the voters and simply explain himself?….this EP is gonna cost him…does he have a plan B?…sure, send it the courts…astounding arrogance…he’s an idiot not to have diffused this thing a long time ago…since he didn’t I presume he or Holder or both are guilty of something, and so do millions of others….CJ knows all this, he’s a fake

  12. This dude penned a Page stating that FaceBook stole the pencil button comment edit idea from Johnson, and I had to step in.

    Joking? Charles “featured” the page. more like ass-smooching

  13. haysoos says:

    Obdicut just posted this at LGF on another subject…

    “We’ve got to come up with a word for posting inaccurate crap while talking about factchecking. It comes up rather often.

    there it is in black and white…hypocrisy

    • garycooper says:

      The word is “beclowning,” as in, “Chunky beclowns himself yet again, pushing absurdist takes on his silly failed blog on a daily basis. Today’s beclownment, a ridiculously error-filled piece of tripe in Fortune Magazine, designed to turn this administration’s most heinous crime into a nontroversy.”

    • Rufus T. Rumpswab says:


  14. haysoos says:

    Hi Gus!….what’s up in Tardville?
    picked on any cripples lately, tough guy?

  15. Rufus T. Rumpswab says:

    That’s your name. Don’t wear it out…

    • panoftheforest says:

      tweet it on out buddy. All 4000 sock puppets just got it and won’t bother reading your version of it.

  16. poteen2 says:

    What you’re looking at in Vost et al are the dummies who thought this shit up. It had to be approved through Holder’s office (per Andrew Macarthy). Now they’re talking to Fortune cuz they’re tied to the tracks and the train is bearing down.

  17. garycooper says:

    Guess who’s featuring the Fortune Mag story? Well, it should be obvious… (about halfway down the front page) (near top of front page) (halfway down)

    It’s just funny, even now, to see Fatass licking the boots of the very people he was attacking for 8 years. 😆

    • rightymouse says:

      Yeah. And it must kill him to not be able to draw from their base of commenters/posters. 🙂

  18. dwells38 says:

    Well if Charles is declaring it a nontroversy and GOP shennanigans then it’s pretty certain that Holder’s toast.

    • haysoos says:

      they always have to defend their ideology…inflexible, fanatic loyalty makes them look mighty stupid…the only explanation I have for such severe behavior is weakness…their own egos drag them down and it become like a quasi religion to them to defend the indefensible

    • Rufus T. Rumpswab says:

      That’s evident from the donkeys jumping the corral.

      Funny thing is, the MSM is blaming the NRA, but doing that creates a narrative problem; why are the NRA wingnuts after the DOJ for running “assault-style weapons”? See the problem?

      They’re phuqed.

      • haysoos says:

        nothing from that side makes sense…another reason to investigate…the blather from Holder is absurd, changing stories, producing ridiculously redacted texts etc….Issa is playing hardball and BO is out of his league…this ain’t no campaign where you talk your way to victory

  19. haysoos says:

    the Cheeto Syndrome

  20. haysoos says:

    cocktail hour….
    somebody with really good taste posted some Canned Heat a while back…
    their cover of Elmore James classic Dust My Broom
    these cats were good

  21. JimboXL says:

    Dead American and dead Mexicans, hmm, now I know liberals and today’s twisted Democrat party could care less about the dead American, but today’s Democrat party is propped up by foreigners so you’d think they’d care somewhat about the Mexicans who were slaughtered as well through this criminal scheme the BO admin carried out.

    What is Obama hiding?

    • haysoos says:

      Holder would never attempt this scam without BO’s go ahead…it was ILLEGAL…there was no plan for tracking these weapons other than after the fact…they were in it together from near the beginning…worse yet they had no plan B if it went awry which it did….the WH has denied any ‘advice’ to DoJ…bullshit just on the surface…is BO claiming his DoJ is running wild behind his back?…please, BO voters may be that stupid but I’m not….these assholes are insulting

      • Arachne says:

        I totally agree. I think the EP is to protect documents that show Obama knew from the beginning.

  22. haysoos says:

    Jeff Healey doing the Beatles…
    RIP bro, you were the best

  23. rightymouse says:

    If the investigation into Fast & Furious is a fake outrage, how come Holder needed Obama to cover his ass with executive privilege? Why not just give Congress the documents they asked for if there’s nothing to hide?

  24. floydmerit says:

    twitter or digg? echos from the past:

    I am concerned about it. The people who run lgfwatch have been libeling me, lying about me, and smearing me for years, in a very creepy and obsessive way, and Google (who own Blogspot) have refused to do anything about it even though the site clearly violates many clauses of their terms of service.

    What they’re doing is not “free speech”—it’s internet stalking.

    Again I urge all LGF readers to click here to go to, then click the title of the post to get to the stalker’s site (I won’t link to it directly), and if you think it’s appropriate, scroll up to the top of the site (the link at Digg puts you slightly down the page) and use the Blogspot tool at the top of the screen labeled “Flag Blog” to notify Google (who own Blogspot) that it’s an offensive site. This anonymous harassment has gone on long enough, and since Google won’t stop it I’m calling on the lizardoid army to help.

    • haysoos says:

      there is no lizardoid army whatever the hell that’s supposed to be….whatever is left at LGF is insignificant

    • Yes it’s always been much easier for him to label his critics or those who poke fun as “stalkers”, and try to silence them instead of actually responding or defending himself. Or just ignoring.

      And interesting there is that he still uses the word “harassment” today, which in that context was some blog that he could chose to block/ignore if he wanted to, so I guess his definition for it encompasses the simple existence of a gang critics somewhere out there.

      I don’t remember CJ ever getting too specific about what “libels”, “lies” or “smears” lgfwatch (or us, for that matter) were guilty of, thus deserving to be shut down.

      In any case, at the end of the day, it just the way Johnson hyperventilates over the blowback he’s created, and it’s pretty revealing of his character IMO (which, in turn, leads to more mocking, of course; it’s perpetual)

      • Daedalus says:

        You notice since I have been using Creep, he doesn’t use that term much anymore?

    • floydmerit says:


      “The purpose behind marking every single LGF post as “spam” is to try to get the Digg admins to block LGF entirely out of their system”

  25. haysoos says:

    BO is a control freak, a micro manager….Holder is his puppet…
    I will bet with 99% certainty that BO ordered Holder to fire up this scam….what else are we supposed to think?….without the truth exposed, I have to assume the POTUS is a gun runner, tossing gas on an already extremely volatile situation in a friendly foreign country, stomping on Mexicos sovereignty, and getting people killed again for no good reason….BO has to answer to this….he works for us, not the other way around

  26. haysoos says:

    rightymouse :
    If the investigation into Fast & Furious is a fake outrage, how come Holder needed Obama to cover his ass with executive privilege? Why not just give Congress the documents they asked for if there’s nothing to hide?

    don’t call it a fake outrage if you cannot dispute the investigators…BO and his henchmen are failing bad

    • rightymouse says:

      Yep. It will bite Obama in the rear come election day which is fine by me.

      • haysoos says:

        BO is not defying Issa, he’s defying Congress, without any explanation whatsoever….imagine the outrage if the situation were reversed…such as ignoring an Executive Order, or if the AF refused to fly him around….these guys are idiots, creating untenable, criminal problems then telling Congress to fuck off

      • rightymouse says:

        That’s why our Founding Fathers organized the structure of government so that there were checks & balances to power. Holder cannot ignore a contempt vote from Congress.

  27. haysoos says:

    we have created a monster, a govt that is indifferent to the citizens as individuals…they send us off to get killed by the Taliban while they try to cut a money deal…they off weapons to criminals in foreign countries that end up getting us killed…they allow anybody to walk into our country regardless of intent…they are satisfied with permanent 8% unemployment and restrict how we use our precious resources…they finance a education system that grinds out some of the most stupid grads in this hemisphere while allowing universities to rake in the dough on govt loans… they tax the fuck out of everything and have nothing to show for it, or all the debt they pile on our backs….I was fed up long ago, really fed up…so humor me while I hate everybody connected with this monumental rip off…republicans and democrats alike…one wears lipstick and the other doesn’t

  28. Daedalus says:

    Check the update everyone!

  29. Daedalus says:

    I am still speechless.

  30. Achilles says:

    Daedalus :

    How he can do this? I mean, he really is not in reality.

    Another “objective assessment”, there Chris? I think that “thrill up his leg” spread to his god damned brain.

  31. haysoos says:

    Daedalus :
    How he can do this? I mean, he really is not in reality.

    yeah, it’s really remarkable…this is a much changed Charles from the past…his posts give me a sense of desperation or insecurity….crazy fucker is setting himself up for a fall posting this pulp…he’s lost all sense of objectivity…the epic crash of readership I think is the reason

    • Daedalus says:

      He’s like a washed up Musician who is desperately trying to have another hit.

    • Achilles says:

      It’s all pablum anymore, man. Seriously.

      I can picture the sumbitch with his fingers in his ears, eyes closed yelling “NEENER NEENER NEENER!!!!”

      And his minions shake their fists obediently. Leni Riefenstahl would be so proud.

      • Rufus T. Rumpswab says:

        No. Leni Riefenstahl would be shaking her head in disbelief. Dumkopf! You’re too dumb to be a Nazi!

  32. haysoos says:

    Daedalus :
    He’s like a washed up Musician who is desperately trying to have another hit.

    still, I consider it interesting to try and observe seriously…I posted there for five years…this meltdown pretty cool whatever the psychology

  33. haysoos says:

    Charles is drowning!…quick! toss him an anchor!

  34. Rufus T. Rumpswab says:

    If you look up the Chris Tingle video, it seems Chunkles left a little bit out – the part about “as the right wing said it happened”. Chunk’s trying to pull an MSM here by truncating sentences. Chunk, you ain’t no MSM.

  35. Achilles says:

    trebob :

    More like he’s had too many hits and needs to pass the bong.

    Or he needs to be hit with the bong. Repeatedly.

  36. Achilles says:

    Rufus T. Rumpswab :

    No. Leni Riefenstahl would be shaking her head in disbelief. Dumkopf! You’re too dumb to be a Nazi!

    Quoted for truth.

  37. Fred Derf says:

    That Johnson really just skeeves me out. He is a scumbag of all scumbags. That comment on F & F is disgusting.

    • Speranza says:

      As I wrote earlier, Brian Terry was unavailable for comment on Fatso’s assertion.

  38. mrpaulrevere says:

    Soon he’ll be saying Brian Terry was a ‘RWNJ’ who faked his own death.

    • haysoos says:

      over at LGF wrenchwench posted that he should not have been shooting bean bags thus causing his own death…unbelievably stupid

    • Speranza says:

      Fatso is intellectually right now on the same playing pseudo-intellectual field of Holocaust deniers and 9/11 troofers.

  39. haysoos says:

    the Border Patrol is highly restricted regarding ROE…certain arms, certain ammo, regs about vehicles and pursuit…it’s like the feds hang those guys out there to dry or get killed…these are real tough guys doing a very nasty job and the feds handcuff the at every step…Terry was not locked and loaded for combat and he paid for it…these fucking cartel people will kill you in an instant, BP or County Sheriff

  40. haysoos says:

    man, I hate the feds…and it gets worse as time goes by

    • mrpaulrevere says:

      I get your frustration. The country I grew up in as a boy where folks worked hard and behaved themselves is gone, up in smoke. Now everybody is in on the grift, section 8, food stamps and what have you. Add to that the collapse of people self-regulating bad behavior and its a formula for disaster.

      • haysoos says:

        people are no longer humble…they blame, ridicule, shout, demand, question and have a need to dominate…thanks to the internet…
        but I’m old fashioned in my manner…I don’t press people, avoid friction, try to understand others without being judgmental, etc…
        it’s hard when people are screaming racist at you, slamming you with entitlements and taxing you to death…but I keep up traditional appearances, manners, and propriety

      • poteen2 says:

        The world is now run by less than courageous people who were bullied, became lawyers and still think they’re being bullied. The sissie’s revenge.

      • Kirlz says:

        i disagree with it being the fault of the internet. these people are responsible for their behavior. period.

  41. haysoos says:

    they know who they are

  42. Arachne says:

    Soon we’ll be hearing that he was duped about Islamofascists being responsible for 9/11. This whole denial bullshit smacks of a desperate need for attention but falls in completely with his “I’m right and you’re all wrong” mentality even in the face of irrefutable evidence. He got quoted but Politico and he’s hoping for another mention.

    Charles is stuck with the persona he fashioned as a result of the 2008 election. The trouble for him is that he gambled and lost. Thinking he would be welcomed with open arms by the left, he found he was neither needed nor wanted. He has published threads that lack fact to such a degree it’s literally a fiction reading list. And, as the fearless vampire killers at our BRC have diligently and meticulously document, his blog is swirling the drain. He’s screaming for attention and is looking and more foolish as he does so. He turns to Twitter for attention and engages in abuse of block and report to silence his legitimate critics (and we have the screenshots asshole) and then howls when called on it. His biggest fear now is that Twiitter will suspend his account. And if they ever really investigate the Twitter Gulag that is exactly what might happen to him.

    The challenge of Kilgore Trout and Dark Falcon the other day is showing dissatisfaction among the ranks – that some are indeed seeing that they are being perceived as fools. As for law hawk – let me paraphrase the patron saint of lawyers! Sir Thomas More in speaking to his betrayor Richard Rich– “it profit a man nothing to give his soul for the whole world – but for LGF?

    • mrpaulrevere says:

      Right on the $$: “Thinking he would be welcomed with open arms by the left, he found he was neither needed nor wanted.”

    • Daedalus says:

      He’s friends with Mohamed Ansar who is a 9/11 denier.

  43. mrpaulrevere says:

    “but I keep up traditional appearances, manners, and propriety”. You’re a good man haysoos, hang in there. I suspect the ‘old schoolers’ like you and me will have the last laugh.

  44. Arachne says:

    I can’t wait for his insightful and reasoned analysis of Constitutional law in the face of the ACA decision tomorrow. I’m sure he will be all about how they’re wrong (if struck down). Personally, if I can make a prediction, I think the individual mandate goes down 6-3 and the whole law goes down 5-4. If you don’t put in a severability clause, assholes, it’s not the Court’s job to create one for you.

    I also think Kagan called the White House from a secure location and told them the results after the vote. THAT was the reason she didn’t recuse herself (because she did in the Arizona law argument) — that Obama needed to have the results and she would not be in attendance at the conference that discussed it.

  45. poteen2 says:

    This Fortune article is actually a good thing. The guys that Fortune is relying on to tell them “the truth” are the very guys that walked the guns. Their excuse is that ‘prosecutors’ wouldn’t let them seize the guns. If this turns out to be even partially true, it’s real bad news for Holder. Those prosecutors are his guys And per an article by Andrew McCarthy it had to be approved through his office.

    No law officer at any level would normally let the guns cross the border, or money or drugs. They have NO authority one step over the border so make the bust before you lose them.
    Either they’re lying to cover their asses or they were told to let them go, and Holder’s lying,,, and now by extension, so is Obama.

  46. garycooper says:

    Another must-read on Obama’s bloodiest scandal:

    It’s time to throw this gang of criminally incompetent zeros out of Washington, and consider federal charges against everyone involved. No wonder Obama’s pulling executive privelege on the cover-up! His ass is in a sling on this thing, and the feverish efforts of his MSM-propaganda machine may not be able to keep him out of handcuffs. Okay, that’s wishful thinking, but at least I’m being honest here.

    • garycooper says:


      I’ve been spelling that word wrong my whole life… 😳

    • poteen2 says:

      The deal will be made before it gets to Obama. Maybe Holder, maybe some lower level fed prosecutor and a bunch of really stupid ATF agents who lit this up to begin with.

      • garycooper says:

        I know you’re right, but a kid can dream. 🙂

        This is a momentous week for the nation. My wish is to see the libturds rioting by Saturday. Let everyone see them for what they are.

  47. swamprat says:

    I don’t see that fast and furious would be a problem for Holder. If he releases 200 documents a day , in random order, of course, it will be two and a half years until the 130,000 requested documents are released. A smart lawyer would insist that no legal proceedings go forward until the documents (the ones that are required by the investigation to fully examine the particulars)
    If the republicans say they don’t really need all 130,000 documents, they will show themselves to have asked for this ridiculous amount as a way to disrupt the ATF and not as a ligitimate neccessity.
    130,000 documents gives holder a neat and accessible loophole