To publicly berate and humiliate an individual. It is implied that the subject has earned contempt by some by their actions. It is a reference to Bill Oreilly's interview with Barney Frank where Frank was called a coward for telling the American public that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were sound and worthy of investments 2 months before they went bankrupt, and not performing his responsibility of monitoring their financial condition.
If you don't stop lying, your going to get barnied by me.
by CapitanoInsano March 05, 2009