That was Charles Johnson just a few days ago. The illlogic is typically Johnsonian, in that the NRA fights to protect the 2nd Amendment, while Johnson fights to attack the 1st Amendment by blocking and banning and attempting to squelch the voices of others.
Here on DoD we laugh at the stupid, and in Spanish we say, “Ja, ja, ja!” but not necessarily in that order because don’t want to be labeled as Serbian Genocide Deniers, whatever that means. Oh, and by the way, did we mention that Charles has a Mossberg?
Normally when someone discusses lethal weaponry, especially on their own blog, they’re proud of it, and they’re not reticent about sharing stats and details with other gun owners. It’s noteworthy that our good friend has never once mentioned a model number, what ammo he prefers, and has never described firing the weapon. Not even once.
Charles has never mentioned a firearms course, never asked for (nor proffered) any advice as to maintenance, handling, or the history of his weapon on LGF. Has he ever posted a picture of his acquaintance “Mr. Mossberg”? NOPE.
So now it’s time to play “The Charles Johnson Lizard Logic Game.”
A UK Guardian reporter may be responsible for a new leak of unredacted documents from WikiLeaks… (Sept. 01-2011)
The statement, released on WikiLeaks’s official Twitter feed, alleged: “A Guardian journalist has, in a previously undetected act of gross negligence or malice, and in violation of a signed security agreement with the Guardian’s editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger, disclosed top secret decryption passwords to the entire, unredacted, WikiLeaks Cablegate archive. We have already spoken to the state department and commenced pre-litigation action. We will issue a formal statement in due course.” The Guardian denies WikiLeaks’s allegations.
In the past, Charles Johnson would not allow any WikiLeak material to be posted or linked to on LGF and was very much against Jullian Assange and his document leaks.
The Guardian has begun publishing Wikileaks’ latest batch of stolen diplomatic cables: US embassy cables leak sparks global diplomacy crisis.
I don’t recall voting for Julian Assange. As he sets himself up as the arbiter of government morality, and recklessly reveals secrets that will distort and vastly complicate international relations, and very probably cause innocent people to suffer and die, who will hold him accountable? Who does he answer to?
Yet Charles Johnson has been known to write guest commentary for the UK Guardian.
One thing you’ll discover in the article is that Pamela Geller got her start on the internet by commenting at my site, Little Green Footballs. She posted more than 6,000 comments at LGF in our earlier days, when our comment moderation policy was much more laissez faire than it is now.
By not too many degrees of separation, and using Charles Johnson’s guilt by association logic that Little Green Footballs is so well know for… Charles must agree now with Wikileak’s document dumps… no matter what damage and death it can bring to countries and individuals.
Charles unavoidably puts himself and LGF at the forefront of the early anti-Jihad movement by the statement he made in his Guardian article… “Pamela Geller got her start on the internet by commenting at my site, Little Green Footballs.”
Major double-stupid Charles. It’s no wonder that no one trusts you worth a shit. You’re ready to stab anyone and anything in the back to promote your selfish self.