Charles C. Johnson is a shit-stain on the underwear of humanity

Proof that an asshole can blow smoke

Proof that an asshole can blow smoke

Charles C. Johnson, professional shit-stain on the underwear of humanity, is a sleazy nutball who laughingly calls himself a journalist. His website is one of the few sites that I blocked links from, the others being Stormfront and Infowars.

Yesterday, he reached a new low.

Charles C. Johnson took it upon himself to “expose” the marital infidelity of a young military wife who had recently become a minor Twitter celebrity. She has since admitted her sin and says she is working things out with her husband and her God.

According to Johnson, her private sexual conduct was “fair game” because she is a public person (she has appeared on radio and television a few times) and she “misrepresented” herself as a faithful military wife and had violated conservative and Christian principles.

Even more disturbing is that a number of otherwise sane and reasonable people agreed with Johnson. Last night I witnessed a virtual mob stoning a harlot. It was a forceful reminder of why I stopped going to church nearly 40 years ago.

It wasn’t the sinners that bothered me, it was the self-righteous Puritan assholes who spent their time judging everyone else.

For the record: I am not defending infidelity, I am saying that it is nobody else’s goddamn business.

I hope the young woman and her husband are able to work things out. They have a couple of kids that need both of their parents. And I hope karma catches up with Charles C. Johnson in the near future.

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119 Responses to Charles C. Johnson is a shit-stain on the underwear of humanity

  1. DeniseVB says:

    If Chucky wants to be taken seriously as an “investigative journalist” he needs to raise the bar and stick with crooked politicians. Meanwhile, more stains on humanity …… photos here…

  2. Lulu says:

    Guilt. It is what the manipulator uses to get what they want. I presume Michael Moore Jr wants clicks and influence. He appropriates someone else’s victimhood. Why? Because he is douchebag and lazy ass maybe. It is easier to run a cheap shitty website than work. Just like it is easier to protest and accuse white people of not caring enough and paying off the victims than say hold a job or do the work necessary to get past adolescence.

    Guilt has become a product, a social movement, a mental illness. Guilt is used to manipulate. It is used to gain power and influence and get what the guilter’s want. White guilt, male sexual guilt, mother’s guilt, Islamaphobia guilt. And on and on and on. There is even a tv show that guilts women into dressing a certain way because it is good for them or so the host says. Fuck her.

    Just say no to guilt. Because you are saying no to manipulation. And you are not guilty anyway because they are lying. And marketing their (or their borrowed) victimhood for power and money. Oprah already has enough money so you don’t have to go see Selma.

    • swanspirit says:

      I was not even interested in seeing The Butler , because I knew the facts were distorted , and also because I suffer from severe Oprah fatigue. I can’t stand her. I wonder when she is going to figure out she just might be a liability for a film, rather than an asset. Probably never, but I am just not interested in seeing Selma for the same reason. I don’t want to see the Oprahvised version.
      I have a sneaking suspicion that Sharpton went after the Oscars because Oprah was whining about not winning one yet. Money just can’t buy everything , Oprah.

    • 49erDweet says:

      More to this. None of us is perfect, but the prog uses this reality as proof of right wing hypocrisy. Guilt keeps progs in power.

  3. votermom says:

    I haven’t been on twitter all weekend and missed all this. It sounds terrible. WTH is wrong with people?

    • Lulu says:

      I would hazard a guess and just say everyone is getting sick of this shit at roughly the same time. Maybe it is a tipping point or something. Throwing a fit over movie nominations seems to have just been so stupid, trivial, and asinine that a collective FU that was fairly easily demonstrated (buying a movie ticket and watching a really good movie) was demonstrated by a large number of fed up people. Kind of like the November election which was ignored.

  4. DeniseVB says:

    More stains …. more of our “favorite people” ….. why do they think we care what they think anyhow…..

    • Lulu says:

      As a learned historian and philosopher I am sure that he knows what he is talking about. He’s really smart because he is in the movies. His parents are social workers and he is from Vancouver so he is really intelligent by osmosis. And doing standup fart jokes. /S/

    • leslie says:

      Seth Rogen??? I heard on the news yesterday that he is “highly regarded” in the movie industry. I laughed out loud. If HE is highly regarded, who’d want to be connected to that industry except to make a buck? I didn’t realize that making fart jokes and movies about drunken weekend parties (or whatever) made for respectability.

  5. votermom says:

    This Mark Steyn article, A Judenrein Europe, is a gut punch.

  6. piper says:

    A bit of Nature’s Beauty to assuage the ugliness coming from ……….

    • HELENK3 says:

      you know I like this

    • 49erDweet says:

      Global warming? Air Force One passing by? Oprah’s benevolence? (How many guesses do I get)?

    • driguana says:

      This was a beauty. I’ve been getting lots of pics on FB from my northern NM friends and family with very bizarre cloud formations recently and when it’s very cold there, which it can be, there are some really breathtaking pics of the sunset in particular because of lots of ice crystals in the sky….but this one was really amazing.

  7. HELENK3 says:

    never heard of charlie johnson. from his picture he looks like he needs a bath and a shave. He must not have much of a life if the has to go after military families. Those people are making the sacrifices that let asses like him write what he wants.

  8. HELENK3 says:

    the grandmom of hollywood libs makes a half-assed apology for her actions during Viet Nam. must have a new movie coming out.

  9. HELENK3 says:

    true truisms in the war on terror

    as usual Victor Davis Hanson nails it

  10. DeniseVB says:

    Stain on the Patriots ? I can’t figure out how the refs didn’t figure this out, aren’t they always placing the ball on the down marker ?

    • Myiq2xu says:

      After the Raiders beat the Houston Oilers (now Tennessee Titans) in the 1980 AFC Championship game with the help of some long, high punts by Oakland’s Ray Guy, Oiler coach Bum Phillips took a couple of the game balls to Rice university and had them tested to see if the Raiders had filled them with helium.

      True story.

      • DeniseVB says:

        To me, a casual football fan, the refs handle the footballs all the time so you would think they’d know if they were holding a regulation football ?

  11. foxyladi14 says:

    MLK would not like what is going on now in the AA community. 😡

  12. SHV says:

    Does the home team supply the game balls? Why don’t the officials check the inflation pressure before game and at half time. Even without tampering, ball pressure would vary with significant temp changes.

    • elliesmom says:

      Both teams supply balls, and the balls are weighed. If the balls were deflated, the Colts were using them, too. It was a rout. The field was a wet muddy mess. The temperature was all over the place. The Colts play inside in bad weather, but Gillette Stadium is open to the weather no matter what it is. Both the team and the fans are used to less than ideal conditions. I’m not a football fan. I watched Downton Abbey last night. I did see part of the Seahawks/Packers game at the local pub. But to a casual observer, last night’s playing conditions favored the Pats all the way around. If they cheated, shame on them. If they didn’t, shame on the Colts for poor sportsmanship. Lose gracefully, win graciously or don’t play.

    • Ann says:

      Each team supplies their OWN balls. The other team does not touch it, except at kick off (you receive the ball your team provides). The weight is within a certain range (12-13# of pressure? I’m not exactly sure.) A deflated ball would be easier to handle in the rain.

      The game was pretty lopsided, but football is a game of momentum. Who knows if this changed things early in the Patriots favor or not, but this isn’t the first time the Pats have been investigated for cheating, and unless Goodell comes down hard on them (if the allegations are true), it will not be the last I bet.

      Was there cheating? Did it impact the game? And what should the repercussions be if the answers are “yes”?

  13. Myiq2xu says:

    Jim Geraghty:

    Storming into bars and restaurants, locking themselves to concrete-filled-barrels and blocking Interstates… this is the progressive grassroots of 2015. This is the Left, capital-L. This is blind fury, lashing out at others for having the audacity to drink beverages, eat brunch, or commute in a manner that the self-appointed arbiters of justice on the Left deem insufficiently down with the cause. There is no actual “activism” here. There is no attempt at persuasion here. There is no thought here. There is only resentment and anger and a desire to lash out at anybody who isn’t one of them. There’s no agenda or plan to actually improve things. There’s no call to action. It’s just rage-whining.

  14. Myiq2xu says:

    I am 75% sure that this is satire from Jezebel:

    Much has been made of American Sniper, the Oscar-nominated, Clint Eastwood smash about a Navy SEAL with boy-band good looks and the cunning mind of a serial killer. But thus far obscured in the meditative pieces from media thought leaders about “the thrilling anticipation of gunplay” and how it is “doing amazing business in its limited release” is the fact that it shamefully promotes unrealistic beauty standards for babies.

    The film notoriously forewent actual child actors in favor of plastic baby dolls, presumably to avoid traumatizing real babies from the terror of being in the same room as director Clint Eastwood. A sagacious decision, but one that poised yet another dilemma: the plastic babies are milkfed and symmetrical, glowing in their perfection and delicately rosy cheeks, sweet and subdued, and will never encounter colic. The babies’ noses are flawlessly buttony, their cheeks absolutely round, their tiny lips distended in an unachievable bow. The babies’ tans are even, and a perfect shade of sunkissed white skin. Their very existence, the upholding of these babies as somehow the way all babies should look, exerts undue pressure on actual live babies to live up to this type of unachievable ideal, and ultimately sends the message to American Sniper viewers that if their babies are not as perfect as the babies onscreen, then they are not as worthy. It says that in order to be considered beautiful, a baby must be a doll.

    It’s disgusting—but unsurprising, given Hollywood’s impossible body expectations, and further augmented by Eastwood’s famously conservative viewpoint.

  15. HELENK3 says:

    not sure how this will work out
    New Blog! Please help go viral! Patriots: Reject Obama’s War on Cops: #TurnYourBackSOTU @AppSame @AllenWest @greta

  16. Myiq2xu says:

    • 1539days says:

      There is a slight bias from the Academy against movies that do well at the box office. I think Selma will be highly encouraged by the Academy just to shut the whiners up.

      That’s how Rev Al shakes it down.

      • DeniseVB says:

        That could happen and it will be so obvious. Halle Berry used her nomination/campaign season on the talk show circuit declaring she wouldn’t win because she’s black. She won. I didn’t see her movie, but I did hear she deserved it. The trailer doesn’t show much of her, but it is rated for “all” audiences🙂

        • lyn says:

          “12 Years a Slave” won last year. I would be shocked if “Selma” wins because of its artistic license. The Hollywood hit job against “American Sniper” is telling, and I hope the majority of Oscar voters see through the BS. I hope the silent majority will tell Oprah and all the black racists to stuff it.

          • DeniseVB says:

            I had no desire to see that movie either….according to Academy records, black actors and movies have only been shut out twice in 20 years….in nominations. The Butler cured me of Oprah movies.

  17. westcoaster says:

    I actually like this imagery of Romney 🙂

    • Myiq2xu says:

      Romney isn’t at the top of my list, but he’s still on the list.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I have no problems with another Romney run, he’s a fixer🙂 I sure have given up on the left’s current “choices” (yawn!), but the GOP’s gonna shoot themselves in the foot in 2016 if they don’t stop bickering. I saw their primary debate line up and had flashbacks to 2012, too many and on liberal leaning stations. They’ll rip each other to shreds over dumb gotcha questions … Obama didn’t have to go through that in ’12, nobody challenged him. Wusses.

      • Myiq2xu says:

        Hillary needs a pro forma challenger (or two) so she can have an opponent to practice her debate skills and to keep her in the news. Otherwise she’ll be a missing person all year while the GOP candidates are in the news.

        Obama was the incumbent, he didn’t need a challenger to keep him in the news.

        Then Hillary can crush her Democrat opposition and declare a victory. If somebody gives her a real fight she can put him/her on a unity ticket after she wins the nomination.

        I’m sure they have it all planned out.

      • leslie says:

        Whenever Romney challenged him, the MSM lied and said Romney was wrong and bronco was right. It didn’t really matter after that “correction of good ole Candy Crowley.

    • Lulu says:

      This is especially interesting. The possibilities are virtually endless with using the CRA to potentially strike crazy rules imposed by Cass Sunstein plants throughout the bureaucracy. Obama won’t have any problems approving these regs but the Dems that remain in Congress might. Doing this stuff on the sneak is coming to an end. It makes sense now on why Boehner has made Louis Gohmert chairman of a subcommittee overseeing the BLM and its regs. It will pit Gohmert against the enviros and landgrabbers and Obama and keep him out of Boehner’s hair. Every committee can have some fun.

  18. HELENK3 says:

    for all the libs complaining about American Sniper, what do you have to say about this???

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  22. Falstaff says:

    There’s a bit of context missing here, which is that the adulteress is “Holly Hobby Lobby”, who became Internet-famous for “making liberal heads explode” by posing with a Chick-Fil-A drink in front of a Hobby Lobby store, then went one better by striking a pose with gun, flag,and bible. Adding to the hypocrisy is the fact that she commenced the affair at a family values summit. The sanctimonious slut deserves to be mocked, and the cuckold vet who is her soon-to-be-ex-husband should be grateful that he can get out relatively early. Charles Johnson may well be a shitstain on humanity’s undergarments, but this hypocritical bitch makes him look like a man of integrity. We can’t mock vile Progs for their hypocrisy if we tolerate it on the right. It’s not OK just because you’re a Republican.

    • 1539days says:

      All shit stain groupies can rejoice.

    • leslie says:

      Since I don’t know anything about this drama, I’m gonna ask a question or two. What if the woman is sorry and wants to work it out with her husband? And what if the husband wants to stay with his wife? Have you ever given that scenario a consideration? Things like this sometimes happen in marriages. Maybe you don’t know any couples who have experienced this, but I do and although I had opinions, the only thing I shared was support, encouragement, and friendship to both couples. Guess what . . . 20 years later and both couples have stayed together and have stronger marriages than many. That may be unusual. But it is possible and I have seen it – twice. I don’t understand your vehemence.

      • Lulu says:

        The vile prog does not care. The politics of personal destruction, interrupting people’s brunch with bitch-face, Islamaphobia speech codes, and disconnected from reality Norma Desmond’esque State of the Union addresses are all they got left. Anyone who doesn’t agree with them or offends their juvenile sense of made up on the spot justice is a slut. The crazy is deep and wide.

    • angienc says:

      The “adulteress” “cuckhold” “slut” — hey Falstaff, you misogynistic piece of shit, scarlet letters we out in the 1800.
      I don’t worry about other people’s sex lives — something people like you *claim* not to do either, but we all know what a liar your are (and have proven yet again). The hypocrite here is YOU.
      Now fuck off, asshole.

    • Myiq2xu says:

      FYI: I’m the person who suggested she call herself “Holly Hobby Lobby”

      I’ve never been big on digging thru people’s dirty laundry, whether that person is Bill Clinton, Sarah Palin, or Holly Fisher. She doesn’t deserve any of the crap that has been thrown at her, nor do her husband and children deserve to be caught in the cross fire.

      BTW – Her husband is standing by her on this.

    • 49erDweet says:

      Spoken like a true idiot.

  23. HELENK3 says:

    Jane Seymour Fonda ✔ @Janefonda

    Just saw “American Sniper” Powerful. Another view of “Coming Home.” Bradley Cooper sensational. Bravo Clint Eastwood.
    4:10 PM – 21 Dec 2014

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