Charles C. Johnson (@ChuckCJohnson)

Fresno, L.A., up in the air

The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @ChuckCJohnson ever

March 28th, 2014

BarracudaMama CA. senator charged with arms smuggling has ties to Muslim terrorists and local gangsters buff.ly/P9ii0p pic.twitter.com/em0liLt255

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@dianewitt Do you know where I can read the whole thing?

via Twitter Web Client in reply to dianewitt

palumboliu Appalled at viciousness of attacks on @suey_park. Diff b/n reasoned critique & knee-jerk slander. Kinda proves her case, no?

via Twitter for iPad (retweeted on 9:18 PM, Mar 28th, 2014 via Twitter Web Client)

We are just one major earth quake from property values going down in L.A. Bring it, Mother Nature.

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Earthquake got my teeth rattling.

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RichardGrenell Wow! Major earthquake.

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 9:11 PM, Mar 28th, 2014 via Twitter Web Client)

@DavidBrin I have loved your work since I was a boy. Thanks for the follow.

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@EthanMalstrom I’ve lived in Alhambra, Rosemead, Pasadena, Little Saigon, and Los Angeles. I’m also married to an Asian and lived among them

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@wizguy123 @instapundit I routinely hire Asians and poor white people for precisely this reason.

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wizguy123 @ChuckCJohnson @instapundit …that’s why some of the Asian people I know start their own companies. Then sell it to rich white guys.

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 8:22 PM, Mar 28th, 2014 via Twitter Web Client)

@RaniaKhalek I like your style, Rania.

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As someone who is flatuent this worries me RT White House looks to regulate cow flatulence as part of climate agenda dailycaller.com/2014/03/28/whi…

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@EthanMalstrom And I would disagree with you about my sample being all that small.

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Steven Yeun plays one of the most sympathetic, real Asian-Americans in my lifetime because of people like Suey Park saying

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@PhilipTerzian Yeah, I don’t agree. It’s about respecting Asian Americans who are always put down by white liberal comedians.

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RaniaKhalek STOP KEEPING THE WHITE MAN DOWN @suey_park

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 8:11 PM, Mar 28th, 2014 via Twitter Web Client)

@Rorymon @virtualkenji Welcome to our poverty stricken socialist utopia!

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@swanlee99 Sure. There are bell curves but the averages may be different.

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virtualkenji@Rorymon @ChuckCJohnson Didn’t seem to hurt my gfs academic career” but it’s fun being disadvantaged!

via Twitter for Android (retweeted on 8:07 PM, Mar 28th, 2014 via Twitter Web Client)

@EthanMalstrom I see it in my wife’s family and those of her friends.

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@Rorymon @virtualkenji Sure but did she get into the best schools she could have?

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@swanlee99 Sure but you’re talking about moral education for our best students. I agree.

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@steve_janke @instapundit Sure. Asian Americans don’t represent anywhere near the numbers that they are in the lower workforce at CEO level

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Fact: Democrat Woodrow Wilson ran on anti-Asian bigotry in California and narrowly won presidency in 1916.

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@SolteyRay Yes and that’s wrong. Asian Americans have been here for longer than some groups but always get excluded.

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@steve_janke @instapundit No, like seriously dude, I’m as conservative as they come but Asians are held way back by liberal society.

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@swanlee99 Yeah, that’s unfortunately not true. Poor Asians routinely score higher than wealthy blacks.

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If conservatives want to win the hearts & minds of fellow Asian citizens they should treat them like they have souls & hopes.

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@swanlee99 I want to live in a country where the best rise to the top. I don’t care what color it is.

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virtualkenji@ChuckCJohnson: Fact: USN&WR advises white-Asian kids to hide Asian side when applying to school. ” < wish I’d known that

via Twitter for Mac (retweeted on 7:55 PM, Mar 28th, 2014 via Twitter Web Client)

@MalcolmMcEasy You’d think that but that’s not always true.

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@tomwinn2 @CFLancop Oh yes they do but never publicly. That’s starting to change. And that’s good for the country.

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My grandfather vote anti-Japanese America prejudice during WWII. I will fight anti-Asian American prejudice now & always.

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@SolteyRay Yes and the question is why not?

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This is liberal racism against Asian Americans exposed by liberals. usnews.com/education/arti…

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@MalcolmMcEasy I would agree but it goes on all the time because corporate America is really anti-Asian. It would prefer grinds to leaders.

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@kporqueria @instapundit I’ve been working on it, man. Give me time.

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@EthanMalstrom Yes, I do. I see it in my community all the time. I am one of the 7% non-Asian in my town.

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@alphanpomegas @Fox71377 Well, seeing as I’ve been to a Chris Rock show, I’d say there was at least one white guy there…

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@kporqueria @instapundit Because the GOP never showed up to ask for it.

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Asian-Americans are routinely passed over for leadership positions because of glass ceiling and being ‘too brainy’.

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Fact: Asian Americans need 200 SAT points higher than blacks or Latinos to be admitted to college. That’s liberal racism.

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politico .@SenatorReid says @NateSilver538’s election predictions are “good sometimes, bad most of the time.” politi.co/1jDRi74

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Fact: U.S. News & World Report advises white-Asian biracial kids to hide Asian side when applying to school. That’s racist.

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@alphanpomegas @Fox71377 Yes and Daniel Tosh is not funny and a racist and most of Chris Rock’s humor is directed at fellow blacks.

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If you’re a white male (and aren’t married in community) you don’t understand the anti-Asian bigotry in this country.

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@alphanpomegas Oh, and for the record, my wife is Asian. I take discrimination against Asians personally.

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@alphanpomegas Don’t know. Don’t watch Fox. Am not registered to vote so wouldn’t be Republican.

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EvanDMyers @ChuckCJohnson I mean, Jon Stewart still has a job despite his Herman Cain voice youtube.com/watch?v=_qGw2U…

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 7:40 PM, Mar 28th, 2014 via Twitter Web Client)

Either we don’t care about any racist jokes or we care about all of them. No exceptions. Picking & choosing is racist.

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Joystickenvy @sedaye_iran @joshzepps @suey_park @ChuckCJohnson does anyone actually take Huff Po seriously tho? Basically an overgrown blog.

via Twitter for iPad (retweeted on 7:39 PM, Mar 28th, 2014 via Twitter Web Client)

Suey Park’s point is that it’s become OK to mock Asians but not any other racial group. Why?

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@Fox71377 The point is that it is cool to mock Asians but not cool to mock other racial groups. Why?

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Be honest: If Colbert had indulged racist caricature of black Americans to protest Red Skins would he still be on air?

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@MalcolmMcEasy But it wasn’t stupid at all to point out the hypocrisy.

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@Fox71377 Many people have defended it, including Indians. That’s not the point. Colbert’s tasteless joke is. Kimmel apologized. Colbert now

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@bhbogue @suey_park ‘Opportunist’? I’ve been fighting white liberal anti-Asian discrimination for years.

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Holden114 Live by the PC outrage, die by the PC outrage @ChuckCJohnson @instapundit

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 7:30 PM, Mar 28th, 2014 via Twitter Web Client)

HuffPo is a “stupid idea,” Josh Zepps, and you are a lousy host. Asian Americans deserve same respect as other citizens.

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@sedaye_iran @joshzepps @suey_park Not surprised. Classical liberals have always opposed liberal racism, especially racial preferences.

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sedaye_iran Amazing. I found pointless at 1st but @joshzepps patronizing interview with @suey_park (h/t @ChuckCJohnson) changed my mind.

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 7:27 PM, Mar 28th, 2014 via Twitter Web Client)

charlescwcooke Lovely dry shot. “This attracted the ire of a 23-year-old freelance writer and hashtag activist named Suey Park.” ccwc.me/1f0cxvH

via Tweetbot for Mac (retweeted on 7:26 PM, Mar 28th, 2014 via Twitter Web Client)

ErikWemple HuffPost Live host condescends to @suey_park: wapo.st/1jDLScl

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The liberal defense of Colbert’s racism? Stereotyping all conservatives as racists.

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If Jimmy Kimmel was forced to apologize for what a child said about China then Stephen Colbert should too for tweeting racism

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SCA 5 & Suey Park’s are really about the same issue. That it’s time to treat our fellow Asian-American citizens with respect.

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FBillMcMorris HuffPo says @suey_park’s opinion is stupid. She enacts the labor to prove it’s not just her opinions pic.twitter.com/4VjCvDFY0w

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 7:21 PM, Mar 28th, 2014 via Twitter Web Client)

FilmLadd Idea: instead of , and give the job directly to @suey_park. That would be ten times more awesome.

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 7:20 PM, Mar 28th, 2014 via Twitter Web Client)

FilmLadd Can’t be worse. MT @richjohnston The job is doing a parody of Bill O’Reilly. Do you think she’s be good at it? @suey_park

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 7:20 PM, Mar 28th, 2014 via Twitter Web Client)

RaniaKhalek Even if you disagree with @suey_park about , the manner in which @joshzepps spoke with her IS the problem.

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 7:20 PM, Mar 28th, 2014 via Twitter Web Client)

It’s funny how liberals excuse Colbert’s racism because he’s only showing how supposedly racist the right wing pundits are.

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JShahryar In the past 48 hours, our sanity + ability to understand satire is being questioned because as minorities, we were offended.

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 7:18 PM, Mar 28th, 2014 via Twitter Web Client)

Suey Park is right about racist liberals who gave me more racist comments than conservatives ever did for marrying an Asian.

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Suey Park progressive liberal who started smeared during HuffPo live interview (VIDEO) fireandreamitchell.com/2014/03/28/sue…

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@suey_park We don’t share politics or race but we’re united on . White liberals don’t care. They like to keep Asians down.

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VOICEOFCHID Liberals who excuse left-wing racism as “satire,” but express uncontrollable rage over rt-wing racism are insufferable frauds

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 7:03 PM, Mar 28th, 2014 via Twitter Web Client)

strategiccoach Exclusive London event w/ Dan Sullivan: the freedoms & unfair advantage of a -Managing Company: ow.ly/uUY8D

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Why are the couple from a Beautiful Mind hanging out with Hermione?

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Forbes Billionaire Sam Zell gives his (profanity-laden) advice for onforb.es/1mb69mR

via SocialFlow (retweeted on 3:25 PM, Mar 28th, 2014 via Twitter for iPhone)

Time to read some Solzhenitsyn if we are going to be in the gulag. “Live not by lies.”

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DavidBrin Watch Out For iBeacon—Because It’s Watching Youpo.st/MIYo2BJ

via Twitter for Websites (retweeted on 2:04 PM, Mar 28th, 2014 via Twitter for iPhone)

DavidBrin Court strikes down Illinois’ long-standing Electronic Eavesdropping Act bit.ly/1gyjBkl

via Twitter for Websites (retweeted on 2:03 PM, Mar 28th, 2014 via Twitter for iPhone)

DavidBrin Using data from fMRI scan, Yale researchers reconstruct facial images from a viewer’s mind news.yale.edu/2014/03/25/yal…

via Twitter for Websites (retweeted on 2:03 PM, Mar 28th, 2014 via Twitter for iPhone)

“The revolution will be tweeted.” Turkish leader: “No I am shutting it down.”

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Looks like another Swiss Bank socialist is going to speak at Harvard. twitter.com/freebeacon/sta…

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Will we have access to in the global warming gulag?

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@globwarm_fails actually the flat earthers in this instance are the people threatening to jail people for views.

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to globwarm_fails

You want to live in a world where citizens are calling bullshit on fraud, not one where we accept whatever we are told. Progress is arguing.

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Don’t blame me. I thought we should have arrested people for talking about germ theory.

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@lancesalyers you aren’t one of these flat earth deniers are you?

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lancesalyers Galileo RT @ChuckCJohnson: You know who also rejected the “scientific consensus”? Newton, Darwin, and Einstein.

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I’m looking forward to the self-criticism sessions in the gulag. “I used too much toilet paper, didn’t recycle or compost.”

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joekiggen @ChuckCJohnson @EWErickson No running!! You expend too much extra C02.

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 1:51 PM, Mar 28th, 2014 via Twitter for iPhone)

You know who also rejected the “scientific consensus”? Newton, Darwin, and Einstein.

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At least the Muslims just want to kill me. The environmentalists want to put me in jail.

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In the global warming gulag will we have to use environmentally friendly soap & run on treadmills?

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Obama had to go chill with the pope so we won’t notice when he vows to the Saudi king again.

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The real purpose of the global warming jailers isn’t saving the environment but creating new men. It hasn’t gone well before & it won’t now.

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On the plus side, all of my friends will be in the global warming gulag.

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You might be a fascist if you believe global warming heresy is a crime but criminals should be let out because jails are too crowded.

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I thought our prisons were too crowded? Now we need to jail people for environmental thought crimes?

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Communism always begins by promising everything and you always wind up in jail or the gulag.

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@AdamBaldwin at least they aren’t calling for us to be decapitated.

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@PAccaria @Gabby_Hoffman this being California my bullets are environmentally safe…

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Threatening people with arrest for daring to argue on any scientific means you’ll get fewer scientific breakthroughs. This is America.

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Arresting people for climate heresy? I thought dissent was patriotic.

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Gabby_Hoffman According to @AdamWeinstein, “climate change” skeptics should be arrested…Silencing dissenting views belongs in the USSR, not America.

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 1:32 PM, Mar 28th, 2014 via Twitter for iPhone)

In fairness they did arrest Copernicus for noticing that the Earth revolves around the sun so they are consistent.

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GoldsteinBrooke Concerns at Wash U. Over Apparent Pro-Terror Activism by J Street U Campus Leaders thetower.org/0068-concerns-…

via Safari on iOS (retweeted on 1:28 PM, Mar 28th, 2014 via Twitter for iPhone)

If you come to arrest me for using the First Amendment re global warming be advised I also follow the Second Amendment.

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TwitchyTeam ‘Just priceless’: Patton Oswalt takes on Salon writers over ‘irony’ of Colbert defense bit.ly/1o8KTmg

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walterolson While D.C. dithers on post office deficits, countries like Britain advance [@CatoEdwards] cato.org/blog/privatizi…

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