How much do we love you, Wonkers? Well, yesterday we read that idiotic complaint by Google douche James Damore. And today we waded through the legal stylings of Chuck C. Johnson and Milo Yiannopoulos. So, a lot! Get psyched for another round of whinyass whiteboy weeping, because there's nobody so oppressed as these poor, censored conservatives.

Chuck C. Johnson v. Twitter

In Chuck C. Johnson's considered opinion, Chuck C. Johnson was banned from Twitter because he is a principled conservative. It had nothing to do with him doxxing a sexual assault victim, faking multiple stories about sitting senators, and being an amazing racist. And it was totally unrelated to his using the platform to solicit money to "take out" Black Lives Matter activist Deray Mckesson.

Twitter may be awash with Nazis, gaybashers, rape apologists and fake news. But Chuck C. Johnson is a victim of a POLITICAL HIT JOB.

As internal emails disclosed, the ban was permanent, not temporary; admittedly not due to any “direct” violation of any Twitter rule; but was just a “policy” decision, e.g. a political hit job on a politically disfavored individual who had outed the bad conduct of a friend of the owner of Twitter. In another twist of irony, the original source of this ban concerned the Plaintiff exposing the criminal-assisting, riot-inducing, violence-welcoming conduct of a political fraud, yet it was the Plaintiff who was publicly accused in its stead, in order to cover for Twitter’s intention to use the exclusion of the Plaintiff from Twitter and the destruction of the equity he built for his businesses, as a model to target and discriminate against other political adversaries of the Twitter owner, and their political bedfellows.

Also, too, Johnson's First Amendment rights are being trampled because he no longer has Twitter as a forum to spout his racist, bullshit lies. SAD! You may be wondering how a corporation can violate Johnson's free speech rights. Isn't that asshole still out there flogging his conspiracy theories and publishing pictures of black murder victims? SURE IS. Is he eating from a dumpster now that he can't use the Tweeters for his sweetsweet grift muneez? NOPE. But if you look closer you'll see that Johnson is really the victim here. Twitter has violated his civil rights by changing its terms of service! It illegally interfered with his business by cutting him off from his clients. They must henceforth and forthwith restore his account and pay him all the money!

Or maybe that's all nonsense, and he'll get laughed out of court. But either way, it's cool. As Johnson told Buzzfeed,

You can lose a lawsuit and still win the argument.


LOLOLOL, Milo Gonna Be His Own Lawyer Now

Remember when Milo made that har-har-hilarious joke about pedophilia and suddenly Simon & Schuster realized he was a bad hombre who did not deserve a book deal? Screw S&S for doing business with that nasty little maniac in the first place, although we did appreciate those leaked edits.

Zing! But we digress.

Yiannopoulos sued S&S in New York for yanking his deal. But this week, his lawyers withdrew from the case, citing "a breakdown in the relationship."

 Usually, this means that the client wants to do something colossally stupid, and the lawyer won't go along with it. But Milo has a different explanation.

HUH. Okay, for the moment let's just accept this as true -- it's not outside the realm of possibility. Let's say that there really are internal S&S documents being entered into the record which the Court won't allow Milo to see. Did he threaten to publish them online? Did the Court determine he was likely to doxx S&S employees, or summon his Gamergate buddies for a campaign of harassment? Milo may be banned from Twitter (he should join Chuckles in his lawsuit!), but he sure knows how to call in a trollstorm. And if so, what in the world makes him think the court will just let him see these documents if he fires his lawyers? You're entitled to represent yourself pro se, but it doesn't magically turn you into an officer of the court.

Also, too, what kind of fucking fool represents himself in a complicated contract lawsuit?

Nevermind. Knock yourself out, ya stupid bastard. You were going to lose anyway.

Okay, enough with this shit! We have real, important cases to talk about today. Grab an extra coffee, because there are Lawsplainers coming. Get psyched, Nerds!

Follow your FDF on Twitter before she gets banned like a common troll!

Wonkette salaries, servers, and splainers are funded 100% by good people like you! Clickety Click!

[Johnson v. Twitter / Buzzfeed / Buzzfeed, again]

Five Dollar Feminist

Your FDF lives in Baltimore under an assumed identity as an upstanding member of the PTA. Shhh, don't tell anyone she makes swears on the internet!

Donate with CC


Anyway, it is time to count down your top ten stories. You will notice that in this post there is a video of Wonkette Toddler at the lake doing lake things, and also a picture of Rebecca's Very Good Dogs watching their favorite movie, which is Wonkette Toddler eating a sandwich (above). Please enjoy these things.

OK, top ten!

Stories chosen by Beyoncé, as per usual:

1. Even Fox News Can't Make Finland Trump-Shits Smell Like Roses :(

2. Dickish Trump Is Even A Dick To That Nice Old Lady From The Crown

3. Where In The World Is Michael Avenatti? He Is In London Having Tea With The Queen!

4. From Russia With Lube


6. Can We Talk About The Utter Sadness Of Breitbart's Melania Fashion Coverage?

7. Christian Lady Being A Dipshit Again

8. President Words-Stupid Sorry For Being Total Fuck-Up Just This One Time Ever

9. Deleted Comments: We Gave God The Banhammer

10. Strzok Out With Your Cock Out: The 5 Best Moments From Yesterday's Peter Strzok Shitshow

So there you go. Those are your top ten most clicked upon stories, according to Beyoncé. They are very good stories!

OH HEY, one more thing. Know how Wonkette is fully funded by readers like you, like we mentioned above, and that's how we have salaries and servers and healthcare and liquor? If you want Wonkette to be here FOREVER, you gotta help us out, so won't you click here to do a $10 donation, or even better, a monthly subscription? WE LOVE YOU, YOU PAY OUR RENT.

As promised, kid pic and video from LAKE TIME:

OK that's all.

Yours in baby Jesus,


Follow Evan Hurst on Twitter RIGHT HERE.

Wonkette salaries and servers are fully paid for by YOU! Please pay our salaries.

Donate with CC
Facebook video screenshot

Corey Stewart, the Minnesota transplant to Virginia who's made protecting "Confederate Heritage" a top issue in his campaign for the US Senate, accused a nosy New York Times reporter of breaking into the apartment of one of his aides. It's a terrific accusation, because while there's no evidence at all and the story makes no damn sense, that doesn't matter at all to people who'd vote for Corey Stewart. They already hate the evil media and know those nasty reporters are capable of all the depravity in the world.

Keep reading... Show less
Donate with CC




©2018 by Commie Girl Industries, Inc