Posted by Christopher Johnson | Tuesday, March 30th, 2010 | Uncategorized | 11 Comments

The Sullivanization of formerly interesting blogger Charles Johnson continues.  Seems Chuckles thought he’d spotted a neo-Nazi flag at a Tea Party rally.  Turns out he hadn’t.

11 Comments to SEEING THINGS

March 30, 2010

Seeing what he wants to see, is he? What a sad come-down from the days when he spotted forged documents and talked about things he knows about.

Jim McNeely+
March 30, 2010


March 30, 2010

I KNEW there was a reason I moved to TN. Or perhaps it was the lack of a state income tax. No matter, I fit in well here. Lots of non-TEO Anglican churches as well.


Miss Sippi
March 30, 2010

LOL!! The flag of my native state! Now, don’t anybody let him see the state flag of Mississippi!

Don Janousek
March 30, 2010

Wow! The proof the liberals have been waiting for! A real neo-nazi flag at a Tea Party rally. And…and on further examination, I think that is neo-Himmler carrying it! And isn’t that neo-Bormann on his right? Just wait until the New York Times gets hold of this! I think your third neo-cousin, once removed, is losing it, Mr. Johnson.

Scott W.
March 30, 2010

Just wait until the New York Times gets hold of this!

Well, their track record with handling Nazi stories is not so good.

Allen Lewis
March 31, 2010

Total meltdown of a once integrated blogger.

A pity, really.

Therese Z
March 31, 2010

At his website, he claims he corrected himself further down his comment stream within minutes. That doesn’t take him out of the nutjob club, but perhaps it would be fair to point that out.

Dale Price
March 31, 2010

Let’s be honest: he was never a particularly careful analyst or thinker, even when he was associated with the right. Still, his moving to Kosville seems to have made him worse in that regard.

LGF offers a classic cautionary tale about letting your hate consume you. And this is where you end up–seeing hate everywhere.

J.M. Heinrichs
March 31, 2010

Charles was probably looking for this symbol:


March 31, 2010

Therese Z, I’ll have to take him at his word on this one, since I don’t want to go check. However, according to others, he has sometimes claimed he corrected or apologized when he didn’t really. Hope this time he really did.

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