Around September of 2007 is when I finally came to the conlusion that LGF was a waste of time. I thought from the get go that he was a socialistic libtardish hack then but he still had some good things to say. So, in 2007 I gave it all up before he threw me out. Needless to say, really, I stopped reading his defunct and atrocious blog. Now, the poor fool has finally thrown in the towel and has come out of his libtardish closet. The LGF posts I have written on this thug called Charles Johnson can be found right here. However, here are the few posts I wrote about his libtardishness.
Yesterday, Chuckles Libtard Wingnut Johnson came out and proclaimed his racist, sexist self.
[...] In the end Charles began to believe his own clippings. He became too self-important and stopped allowing anyone to disagree with him on his site. He began to call anyone who disagreed with him a racist and/or bigot. Little by little he drove people out, starting with Pamela of Atlas Shrugs one of the most good hearted and passionate people I have ever met. It was followed quickly by Robert Spencer of Jihad Watch. This blogging world which Charles helped to created is too small and faces too many challenges for us to fight amongst ourselves. Even the words we use with each other are a signal to how we should be dealing with one another words like link, pick-up and hat tip. [...]
[...] On his site Charles gives his ten reasons for switching sides, but rather than give true political reasons he uses it as an opportunity to sound like a bitter old fool, smearing some really fine people such as RS McCain, Michelle Malkin, Rush Limbaugh, Pamela Geller, Glenn Beck, etc. He even trashes the tea party movement as hatefu,l and accuses Hot Air of being a site that Spews hate. Hot Air is arguably the most level headed political site on either side of the aisle. [...]
[...] To paraphrase Charles' farewell to the right, Little Green Footballs has gone off the rails, into the bushes, and off the cliff. I am very happy I won’t be going over the cliff with him.
Oh and one other thing, if you want to read the LGF farewell, I am sorry but I cannot link to it, the mental breakdown of one of my blogging Idols is just to sad to promote. [END]
Charles "Chuckles" Johnson has nailed a disturbed and confused manifesto upon the door of his own little private hell of a Black Hole of the blogosphere. When even tempered blogger James Joyner fisks you into ridiculousness, you know you've, well, jumped the lizard, I suppose. [...]
[...] Long live the king, the king is dead, again. One terrorist attack and he'll most likely be back, so infantile is his reasoning. Poor Chuckles Johnson isn't grounded in any one reality at all. It happens out here on the internets, unfortunately for some. Others would do best to simply chuckle with him and move along. [END]
[...] No, that's wrong. My guess is probably much better than yours, because I followed the whole thing -- LGF and the Madness of King Charles -- back to its roots. So far as can be determined, CJ's descent into madness began when Johnson attacked Pamela Geller for her attendance at the October 2007 Brussels conference.
CJ kept up the attacks, which expanded to include Jihad Watch, Gates of Vienna, Diana West and others -- serially throwing them under his Little Green Bus -- but the rest of the conservative blogosphere tried to ignore it. Shortly before the 2008 election, CJ declared Robert Spencer of JihadWatch unlinkable: [...]
[...] Giving us a glimpse at the bats that occupy his belfry, CJ randomly lumps in anti-war critics of the Bush administration -- Pat Buchanan and Lew Rockwell -- with Ann Coulter, et al. The nonsensical nature of his categorizations is exposed as he continues down his list of "reasons" for denouncing the Right:
4. Support for anti-science bad craziness (see: creationism, climate change denialism, Sarah Palin, Michele Bachmann, James Inhofe, etc.) . . .
6. Support for anti-government lunacy (see: tea parties, militias, Fox News, Glenn Beck, etc.)
7. Support for conspiracy theories and hate speech (see: Alex Jones, Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, Birthers, creationists, climate deniers, etc.)
Wait a minute: Alex Jones? The 9/11 Truther guy? Is there any conservative blogger who hasn't taken a swipe at that particular punching bag? And how does Limbaugh merit inclusion in the same category? But never mind that -- "climate deniers"? After the CRU revelations, isn't that pretty much everybody? [...]
I never got all that ionvolved in the idiot of Little Green Turtle Turds. I have too much to do than to renounce and/or defend such a nut. I spent years of my life doing idiotic movements like that as part of my job back then but now? Not a chance. If the guy flips his lid and comes out of the closet, so much the better. I left the scenes at his house way before the Pamela Geller deal and Jihad Watch and I'm glad I did. See ya libtard. Have fun in your sexism and your racism and your anti-Conservative slant. I have no mercy.
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