Lion of the Blogosphere

Dan Johnson suicide

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/powerpost/wp/2017/12/13/kentucky-lawmaker-who-was-accused-of-molesting-a-teenage-girl-likely-killed-himself-coroner-says/

The accusations from NPR are false GOD and only GOD knows the truth, nothing is the way they make it out to be. AMERICA will not survive this type of judge and jury fake news. Conservatives take a stand.

So is he really innocent? Or he won’t admit to being guilty even though he’s dead?

Written by Lion of the Blogosphere

December 14, 2017 at EDT am

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  1. The fuck: “The victim, now 21, told KyCIR that for years she had considered Johnson to be a “second dad.” She became close with his daughter, Sarah, and familiar with the boozy weekend parties Johnson would throw at the “Pope’s House” — the fellowship hall next to the Heart of Fire Church. Those parties, KyCIR reported, featured scantily clad women, body shots and costumes.”

    IHTG

    December 14, 2017 at EDT am

    • Does the Bible forbid scantily clad women at a pool party?

      Lion of the Blogosphere

      December 14, 2017 at EDT am

      • The Bible doesn’t explicitly forbid, nor does it need to forbid, many things that are just common sense to its adherents because Torah (and it would be true about many other religions as well) is not just about specific religious laws but about mandating higher levels of ethical, moral, and spiritual conduct: It would be technically acceptable to eat kosher food like a glutton, get drunk or to be constantly having sex with ones wife during the time that she is not menstruating.

        Yakov

        December 14, 2017 at EDT pm

      • Let’s put it like this. The Bible, or the Tanakh for that matter, does NOT forbid having fun.

        Lion of the Blogosphere

        December 14, 2017 at EDT pm

      • He who looks after a woman with lust in his hear . . .

        For Christians, yea, it does.

        Half Canadian

        December 14, 2017 at EDT pm

      • Orthodox Jews have strict separation of the sexes, but modern Christianity doesn’t forbid coed swimming in the pool.

        Lion of the Blogosphere

        December 14, 2017 at EDT pm

      • Clearly, women, especially hot women are a distraction. Ever been to a university library and you see passionate geeks studying fervently, only to be interrupted by the sight of a pretty female sitting nearby or sifting through the shelves?

        JS

        December 14, 2017 at EDT pm

      • I thought the reason geeks study at the library in the first place is because they might glimpse a pretty female.

        Lion of the Blogosphere

        December 14, 2017 at EDT pm

  2. The girl was 17. Is that really “molestation?”

    Mike Street Station

    December 14, 2017 at EDT am

    • In Kentucky, the age of consent is 16.

      Lion of the Blogosphere

      December 14, 2017 at EDT am

      • In Kentucky your street cred goes up if you molest underage girls, especially if it’s your daughter. Or is that Alabama?

        Man its hard to differentiate these southern states “values voters”. Lol.

        mpt

        December 14, 2017 at EDT am

      • ‘In Kentucky your street cred goes up if you molest underage girls, especially if it’s your daughter. Or is that Alabama?
        Man its hard to differentiate these southern states “values voters”. Lol.’

        I assume the White Genocide Party is still paying you guys to spam these sorts of comments on alt-right websites because the WGP is afraid absentee ballots will put Moore over the top.

        Anyone else notice a barrage of similar comments from unfamiliar aliases over the past two weeks on LOTB, Sailer, ZHedge, and the like?

        hard9bf

        December 14, 2017 at EDT pm

      • hard9bf — mpt doesn’t post often but he’s been around for a while. he’s just a creepy indian guy trying to get in some cheap shots.

        destructure

        December 14, 2017 at EDT pm

    • It’s a completely ridiculous, biasing word to use.

      Magnavox

      December 14, 2017 at EDT pm

    • It’s an issue of ethics.

      Half Canadian

      December 14, 2017 at EDT pm

  3. Dan Johnson was the self proclaimed Pope of the Heart of Fire Church. This so called church held weekly parties Those parties included alcohol and scantily clad women. Bikers frequently attended and there was sometimes a tattoo parlor. The church had been cited three times since 2008 for unlicensed alcohol sales. It is after one of those parties that a drunk Johnson is accused of molesting a 17 year friend of his daughter.

    Johnson claimed he had been a White House chaplain, worked with the United Nations, created “safe zones” in Los Angles during the Rodney King riots and was visiting the World Trade center on 9/11 where he ministered to the injured and dying. There is no independent evidence any of those claims are true.

    Johnson was also a big Trump supporter and got elected to the Kentucky legislature in 2016.

    Johnson is quite clearly a con man and habitual liar. In this case, I believe the woman.

    MikeCA

    December 14, 2017 at EDT am

    • “Johnson is quite clearly a con man and habitual liar.”

      Perfect for the alt-right!

      gothamette

      December 14, 2017 at EDT pm

    • “Molesting a 17 year”, LOL!

      17-year-olds are often hawt. And vapid. Plus they have agency: like, I mean, you know, they can, like, say no and junk and stuff.

      hard9bf

      December 14, 2017 at EDT pm

  4. AMERICA will not survive this type of judge and jury fake news. Conservatives take a stand.

    He got caught and punked out and killed himself.

    Then he portrayed himself as a martyr for the cause of “muh conservative values”.

    Another conservative hypocrite, like the closet gay ones who claim to be against homosexuality.

    Rifleman

    December 14, 2017 at EDT am

    • Yep. I believe he molested the girl too.

      mpt

      December 14, 2017 at EDT am

    • America’s fall is solely based on hypocrisy and the unwillingness of our elites to come forth sober that our land is full of it.

      JS

      December 14, 2017 at EDT am

  5. The Perv Purge claims it’s first fatality.

    Oswald Spengler

    December 14, 2017 at EDT am

  6. Deep State is crying uncle and telling folks enough is enough on the sexual harassment angle. Heh, in classic CIA fashion the blow-back has been 10 times worse than what they have actually accomplished.

    Obviously this guy is almost certainly outside the Deep State, but by having him “kill himself” over sex allegations, it gives cover for media to slow-down and deep-six all the salacious reporting.

    Also, with Mueller’s investigation /also/ blowing-back on them, they have their hands more than full. They don’t need the distraction that they lose “one of theirs” at a key juncture in those proceedings.

    Portlander

    December 14, 2017 at EDT am

  7. You generally don’t “take a stand” by killing yourself.

    Greg Pandatshang

    December 14, 2017 at EDT am

    • Right. Same goes for the porn star who killed herself because of a little on-line razzing. Clearly an unstable girl.

      gothamette

      December 14, 2017 at EDT pm

  8. It’s worth remembering that Budd Dwyer was innocent. That said, those things don’t happen all that often.

    Wency

    December 14, 2017 at EDT am

  9. Sane people commit suicides when they are falsely accused. The reason is that it is impossible to prove that you are innocent if someone else’s testimony is allowed as evidence. So, it looks like almost a proof that he is innocent.

    My Two Cents

    December 14, 2017 at EDT pm

    • People who are unquestionably guilty sometimes kill themselves too. For example, Aaron Hernandez and Ariel Castro.

      Peter

      ironrailsironweights

      December 14, 2017 at EDT pm

  10. Lion, if you look at the comments to the present post (“Vinson Classif”) at SlateStar you’ll find an example of a very intelligent person, “Deiseach”, who credibly claims to be a fat woman.

    Garr

    December 14, 2017 at EDT pm

  11. “Allegations against Iuzzini include claims he repeatedly stuck his tongue in a woman’s ear, grabbed female employees’ bottoms using cooking utensils, as well as habitually screaming and being verbally abusive. [F]our women came forward with stories of alleged misconduct on Tuesday.” (from Breitbart-linked article)

    Ha ha ha! Don’t grab girl’s butts with cooking utensils, ever! It’s Wrong!

    I hope the poor guy doesn’t ice himself now.

    Garr

    December 14, 2017 at EDT pm

    • (Make that either “girls’ butts” or “girl-butts.”)

      (The word “girl” looks weird when you see it several times in a row, don’t you think?)

      Garr

      December 14, 2017 at EDT pm

  12. Paul Ryan must really hate Trump. He intends to retire and devote the midterm election year to passing entitlement reform.

    Richard

    December 14, 2017 at EDT pm

    • IHTG

      December 14, 2017 at EDT pm

    • “passing entitlement reform”

      Which really is the code word for privatizing Social Security and Medicare. The tactic is simple, first they cut taxes, which leads to deficits. Next, they will have a crisis and a pretext they can use to justify privatizing Social Security.

      If Paul Ryan pulls it off, he will lose his congressional seat (which is why he wants to retire,) but the lobbyists will take care of him for the rest of his life.

      WRB

      December 14, 2017 at EDT pm

    • No he isn’t.

      He is going to remain and fight Trump’s agenda up until Nancy Pelosi gets her job back.

      Rifleman

      December 14, 2017 at EDT pm

    • Paul Ryan must really hate Trump. He intends to retire and devote the midterm election year to passing entitlement reform.

      Ryan may want it but he ain’t getting it with the GOP Senate majority down to 51-49.

      The Undiscovered Jew

      December 14, 2017 at EDT pm

      • Everybody knows he ain’t gonna get it. So why try and do it, if not to create enough blowback to ruin Trump’s presidency?

        Richard

        December 14, 2017 at EDT pm

      • So why try and do it, if not to create enough blowback to ruin Trump’s presidency?

        That may be the point of suggesting it, but the suggestion isn’t going to last long enough to get the backlash.

        The Undiscovered Jew

        December 15, 2017 at EDT pm

    • Next, they will have a crisis and a pretext they can use to justify privatizing Social Security.

      If it had been privatized decades ago wouldn’t the Lion would have enough to retire?

      The Undiscovered Jew

      December 14, 2017 at EDT pm

      • “If it had been privatized decades ago wouldn’t the Lion would have enough to retire?”

        Probably depends on the specifics of the plan and Lion’s skill as an investor. As I understand it his personal portfolio hasn’t done too well. Social Security is flawed but any replacement is likely to be worse perhaps much worse.

        James B. Shearer

        December 14, 2017 at EDT pm

      • There is no way to really “privatize” Social Security because there is no way to handle the transition costs to a new, privatized system. The best that could be done is have a private add on to Social Security, like the Thrift Savings Plan, and let people contribute to that for retirement. Otherwise, when the system goes broke in 2034, it will have to be patched up.

        Mike Street Station

        December 15, 2017 at EDT am

      • Probably depends on the specifics of the plan and Lion’s skill as an investor. As I understand it his personal portfolio hasn’t done too well.

        Not recently.

        But a mixed investment strategy over decades would have probably turned into millions by now, assuming Lion has been earning a middle to upper middle class income.

        The Undiscovered Jew

        December 15, 2017 at EDT pm

      • There is no way to really “privatize” Social Security because there is no way to handle the transition costs to a new, privatized system.

        Yes but it should have been privatized. Basic compound interest from the markets would have more than made up for the stupid way its setup where it simply redistributes money without earning interest. Compared to a normal return on investment everyone’s Social Security payroll cut has been pissed away into oblivion.

        Otherwise, when the system goes broke in 2034, it will have to be patched up.

        It should be dealt with by means testing the hell out of it.

        The Undiscovered Jew

        December 15, 2017 at EDT pm

  13. Hmmm…

    Maybe we should think on the margin here.

    Isn’t it possible that this “suicide” is actually a murder? The allegation of sexual impropriety is a cover for a way to actually stage a murder as a suicide. Are we going to see more of this process used against Republican politicians, especially Trump supporters?

    map

    December 15, 2017 at EDT am


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