#BrettKimberlin Saga Continues Unabated

Our intrepid journalist, Robert Stacy McCain, whereabouts unknown, is continuing to keep the heat on the Lying Felon Brett Kimberlin. Hundreds of Bloggers came forth with a deluge of posts and tweets about Kimberlin and his nefarious deeds on Friday, May 25, forever to be known as “Everyone Blog About Brett Kimberlin Day.” Here’s an excerpt from his latest;

In the fall of 1988, when convicted terrorist Brett Kimberlin was still locked up in federal prison and claiming to have sold dope to GOP vice presidential candidate Dan Quayle, every political reporter in the country wanted to write about Kimberlin. In his 1996 book, Mark Singer recounts how National Public Radio reporter Nina Totenberg spoke to Kimberlin two or three times every day in late October and early November 1988.

So why, 24 years later, are Nina Totenberg and the rest of the elite media ignoring what their old friend’s been up to lately? Tom Blumer of Newsbusters asks, “Where Is the Establishment Press?”

Leading blogger Robert Stacy McCain has decided that he and his family must leave their home and that they can’t go back; he officially describes his location as “whereabouts unknown.” On Friday, Patterico, an assistant DA by day, revealed a campaign of harassment involving “workplace complaints, publication of personal information such as home addresses and pictures of residences, bogus allegations of criminal activity, whisper campaigns, frivolous legal actions, and frivolous State Bar complaints.” Oh, and he was “SWATted” — he had his home stormed by a SWAT team, complete with a police helicopter and a spotlight. Someone pretending to be him “called the police to say I had shot my wife.” An audio expert Patterico hired concluded that “it is probable” that the hoax call was placed by a Kimberlin associate known to have tweeted a public threat against himself and his family.
Erick Erickson of RedState got “SWATted” Sunday evening; this time, “Someone called 911 (pretending to be) from my address claiming there had been an accidental shooting.”

This is a complicated story and difficult to tell. So far as I know, it started in October 2010 when Mandy Nagy of Breitbart.com published her 3,600-word article about Kimberlin. Also in 2010, Kimberlin’s associate Neal Rauhauser, a Democrat campaign consultant, was accused in the “TwitterGate” episode of targeting Tea Party activists for obscene harassment online. (Also see, “Democrat Cyber Stealth Revealed: Neal Rauhauser & Radical E-Thugs,” Patrick Read, Oct. 13, 2010.) In 2011, one of the online activists who helped push the Anthony Weiner scandal into the news, Mike Stack got “SWATted” and has subsequently pressed charges of harassment against Rauhauser.

So the question I have is…Is Kimberlin going to try and SWAT every Blogger who writes or tweets about him or bring frivolous law suits against us?

Doesn’t that dumbass realize that every time he uses the same trick, he increases the chance that he will find himself or one of his cohorts in jail?  I guess then he’ll really find out what kind of friends he has when they are interrogated by law enforcement and threatened with long prison sentences for communicating terroristic threats and making false accusations about people.

Erick Erickson is close to home so I’m wondering if the Sheriff is going to come knocking down my door next.

If you’re late to the game and want to get caught up, here is a list of links to stories about Kimberlin with plenty of links to other bloggers who have also written about the story;

As Stacy says…this story’s not about him or any of the other bloggers who have faced harassment by this notorious slug…The story is all about Lying Felon Brett Kimberlin.


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