Chuck C. Johnson’s Creepy “Fake Rape Expert” Arrested for Sexual Abuse

AKA Portland Police are in the pocket of Big Vagina.
Weird • Views: 4,362

Remember all those times that Chuck C Johnson was super creepy about women and rape? Yeah? You do? Good. Because it’s happening again, only by proxy this time.

Last month Chuck found himself a true hero in the war against all those college sluts telling lies about the young mens, one Jeremiah True.

Apparently Mr. True tore the lid off the something something rape stuff and was throwing something out of class, or something. It’s all very unclear because Chuck is a terrible writer and both he and Jeremiah are clinically insane, but this is what we’ve been able to piece together. Mr. True was being an asshole in his Humanities class and the instructor told him to GTFO.

But when Jeremiah True wouldn’t stop talking about his controversial opinions on sexual assault in his required freshman humanities course, his professor banned him from the discussion segment of the class for the remainder of the semester.

The 19-year-old told BuzzFeed News that his professor, Pancho Savery, warned him repeatedly that his views made his classmates uncomfortable before he told him in a March 14 email that he was no longer welcome to participate in the “conference” section of his Humanities 110 lecture-seminar class.

Which was too bad, because Jeremiah had the goods on all this campus rape stuff, which is apparently totally a myth and doesn’t happen. So Chuck invited Mr. True onto his insidious abortion of a Youtube channel to do a little live confab between two women hating anger bears, gifting the world with this:

Youtube Video

Only one problem tho’. Jeremiah True soon proved to be totally fucking crazy, inexplicably tried to enlist the aid of George Takei on Facebook and reportedly authored the following fascinating insight into the mind of a deranged lunatic:

I am the God of MRA’s [men’s rights activists], Anti­feminists, Anti­Marxists, Libertarians, and White, heternormative men and women everywhere,” wrote True in a different part of the16-page essay posted on his Facebook page, “I am a misogynist and a misandrist, a racist, and a feminist. And now I’m here to call you out on your bullshit, Reed. I made my entire college run for cover because I’m an actual activist. I yelled “n**ger” in public places and nonviolently disrupted a forum on student activism when I felt my rights weren’t respected. Now that’s activism… Gender feminists. I am a biracial, bisexual, non-gender conforming Black n**ger. Suck. My. Enormous. Black. Dick.”

Also Mr. True wasn’t content to let his unintentionally hilarious, sixteen page, n-word and dick infused manifesto be his last word on the subject, because today he apparently went to a high-school girls rugby practice and did some sex crimes.

Jeremiah True, the Reed College student who made headlines in March for protesting his professor’s decision to remove him from class, was arrested on Thursday by the Portland, Oregon police for alleged sex abuse, harassment, and disorderly conduct.

According to an employee at Rugby Oregon, a youth rugby organization based in Portland, True was arrested for disrupting a high school girls’ rugby practice. He was restrained by a coach who called the police, the employee said.

So there you have it, Chuck C Johnson’s big “campus rape myth” debunker is a seriously weird, mentally deranged, creepy sex abusing harasser of high school girls. As we go to press there’s no official word yet if Mr. True’s “” was overtly involved in the Portland incident, but at this point absolutely nothing would surprise.

UPDATE at 4/17/15 7:44:57 pm by goddamnedfrank

BREAKING: We’ve learned that True’s arrest was Tweeted by one of the girls on the rugby team.

So there you have it folks, Chuck C Johnson’s buddy and fellow campus rape skeptic got caught molesting some underaged high school girls and ended up getting manhandled by a couple of very protective rugby coaches.

Chuck C. Johnson Reveals He Was Detained at Boehner Fundraiser Because Cops Saw Him as a Threat

Pinned down
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Our stalker pal Chuck C. Johnson got into a Twitter altercation with Talking Points Memo founder Josh Marshall last night, and in the course of the exchanges revealed some interesting new information about that John Boehner fundraiser he tried to crash in March.

As we reported, Johnson was recognized by Capitol Police at the event, and detained, frisked and questioned for several hours. But last night he confirmed for the first time that it happened because the Capitol cops saw him as a potential stalking threat.

In the following embedded timeline, notice how Chuck also tries to dodge the question of whether he was given a polygraph test at the event, before he flatly denies it; and even his denial is equivocal.

(Twitter timelines are in reverse chronological order, so you may want to start at the bottom and read up.)

So Chuck has basically admitted here that he’s on the Capitol Police radar as a potential threat. That’s why he was recognized and detained at the fundraiser, obviously — and they’re quite right to be concerned about Chuck’s erratic behavior.

This means that whenever he goes to any similar event for a high profile politician from now on, he can expect similar treatment — because once you’re on this list you never get off it. Nice work, Chuck.


Exquisite Live Performance by the Ruth Moody Band: “Dancing in the Dark”

Hey baby I’m just about starvin’ tonight
Music • Views: 10,669


The Ruth Moody Band
“Dancing in the Dark” (Bruce Springsteen)
Recorded Live, April 2013
Victoria, BC

Ruth Moody: voice, guitar
Adrian Dolan: viola, voice
Adam Dobres: mandolin
Sam Howard: bass, voice

Directed and edited by Matt Miles for Approach Media
Filmed by Matt Miles and Chris Wilson
Location audio by Adrian Dolan
Audio mixdown by David Travers-Smith

“Dancing in the Dark”
(B. Springsteen, Springsteen Music / ASCAP)
(c) 1984

First Look: “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” Official Teaser #2

With a killer opening shot
Arts • Views: 12,831


Get your first look at the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens teaser #2!

Lucasfilm and visionary director J.J. Abrams join forces to take you back again to a galaxy far, far away as “Star Wars” returns to the big screen with “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.”

Episode VII in the Star Wars Saga, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, opens in theaters December 18, 2015.

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens, directed by J.J. Abrams from a screenplay by Lawrence Kasdan & Abrams, features a cast including actors John Boyega, Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, Oscar Isaac, Andy Serkis, Academy Award winner Lupita Nyong’o, Gwendoline Christie, Crystal Clarke, Pip Andersen, Domhnall Gleeson, and Max von Sydow. They will join the original stars of the saga, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill, Anthony Daniels, Peter Mayhew, and Kenny Baker.

The film is being produced by Kathleen Kennedy, J.J. Abrams, and Bryan Burk, and John Williams returns as the composer.

Daredevil Volume 1, Issue 16: “Enter…Spider-Man!”

Matt Murdock vs. Peter Parker
Arts • Views: 16,194

Daredevil #16, published in May 1966, featured one of those “mistaken identity” battles between Daredevil and yes, Spider-Man. The Masked Marauder tricked Spider-Man into thinking Daredevil was his enemy; Marvel superheroes were always falling for this one.

And what’s more, DD kicked Spidey’s ass. I don’t need to tell you how difficult that was.

(The Lizard Collection copy of this classic comic is in excellent condition, with super-bright inks, white pages, and just a few creases on the cover.)

Wednesday Night Inappropriate Juxtaposition of Musical Styles: Mary Poppins Sings Death Metal

Julie Andrews rawks
Humor • Views: 16,152


This is pretty hilarious, in a totally inappropriate juxtaposition of musical styles way.

(h/t: Dangerous Minds.)

Why Are People Playing Dumb About Hillary’s Private Email Account?

There’s an obvious problem with this line of attack
Politics • Views: 19,954

The big news today about Hillary Clinton is that GOP hatchet man Darrell Issa wrote to her two years ago and asked if she had used a private email account while serving as Secretary of State, but she never replied.

WASHINGTON — Hillary Rodham Clinton was directly asked by congressional investigators in a December 2012 letter whether she had used a private email account while serving as secretary of state, according to letters obtained by The New York Times.

But Mrs. Clinton did not reply to the letter. And when the State Department answered in March 2013, nearly two months after she left office, it ignored the question and provided no response.

But there’s a small problem with this “gotcha” story. If Clinton used her private email account exclusively for correspondence with government officials (as she has acknowledged), how could they not know it wasn’t a State Department account? The address would have been right there on every email she sent.

Am I missing something? Because this story looks foolish on its face.

Obama Announces Removal of Cuba From Terrorism List

Cue right wing freakout
Politics • Views: 26,844
Image via Shutterstock

You can expect right wing media and blogs to begin freaking out in 1… 2…

Obama Endorses Removing Cuba From Terrorism List.

For more than 30 years, Cuba has been on the State Department’s list of state sponsors of terrorism, a designation shared only by Iran, Sudan and Syria.

Cuba’s place on the list has long snarled its access to financial markets and, more recently, emerged as a sticking point in negotiations to reopen embassies that have officially been closed for five decades.

Mr. Obama ordered a review of Cuba’s status in December, as he and Mr. Castro agreed to move toward normal relations.

White House officials said that Mr. Obama approved a recommendation by Secretary of State John Kerry to take Cuba off the terrorism list after the review of Cuba’s record and assurances from the country’s government that it would not support terrorism in the future.

Rand Paul Should Not Be Given a Pass on His Long Relationship With Alex Jones

Dishonesty squared
Politics • Views: 29,097

I was amazed yesterday to read this article at Bloomberg by Dave Weigel about Rand Paul’s difficulties with the media, because Sen. Paul actually tries to pretend he barely knows who conspiracy lunatic Alex Jones is:

Paul’s careful presentation at rallies has contrasted with his media interviews, and with the attack ads from a hawkish 501(c)(4) that dig into interviews Paul gave years ago to the conspiracy-curious radio host Alex Jones. It was to Jones that Paul had said Iran posed “no threat” to America, for example. In an interview with Bloomberg News, asked whether he regretted talking to Jones, Paul demurred.

“I’ve been pretty open to doing a lot of interviews with a lot of different people,” he said. “And people want to characterize one or two of them, whether they’re on the right or left, you know, they’re welcome to do it. But I’ve been pretty open to doing interviews and it’s one way to get the information out.”

Asked if he listened to Jones’s show, Paul said that he simply didn’t listen to much news. “When I’m brushing my teeth in the morning I turn on the news channel,” he said, “but I’m busy all day.”

The dishonesty here is really quite stunning, because in fact Rand Paul didn’t just give “one or two” interviews to Alex Jones — he appeared on Jones’s insane radio show for very lengthy interviews over and over for years, and even tweeted links to Jones’s website, Infowars. For example, this tweet circulating an Infowars story about a bogus right wing conspiracy theory:

Media Matters put together a video, showing Jones and Rand Paul praising each other unreservedly; in one clip, Rand Paul even says to Alex Jones about his election to the Senate, “We can’t do it without you.”


Here’s a video clip from Right Wing Watch showing Alex Jones bragging that he’s known Rand Paul for at least 18 years:


Here’s an interview Rand Paul did with Alex Jones pushing a whole raft of wingnut conspiracy theories, even suggesting President Obama should be impeached.


Seriously, folks, there’s so much of this stuff on YouTube it’s frankly ludicrous that Rand Paul would try to distance himself from Alex Jones at this point. He shouldn’t be allowed to do this, when he actually launched his career on Jones’s show by promoting crazed conspiracy theories.

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