Today is “Everybody Blog Brett Kimberlin Day.” Before this week I had no idea who Brett Kimberlin was, but thanks to the efforts of Michelle Malkin I do now.
So who is he? Her’s how The Blaze summarizies him:
- Drug dealer, alleged child molester, and convicted perjurer, forger and Indiana Speedway Bomber (who is also believed to have played a role in the assassination of a grandmother), Brett Kimberlin spent 17 years in prison before his ultimate re-absorption into American society
- He started a non-profit dubbed “Justice Through Music (JTM)” that has, since at least 2005, been funded by George Soros’ Tides Foundation and Barbara Streisand among other leftists
- Along with his associate, Kimberlin also started an organization called “Velvet Revolution” that supports the Occupy movement
- JTM’s goal is to use music to foster “social justice” and fight Republican “voter fraud” (like the kind George Bush allegedly used to “steal” the Florida election)
- Any blogger — conservative and liberal alike — who has written the truth about Kimberlin has come under vicious attack by either Kimberlin or his minions, suffering death threats (veiled and unveiled), multiple lawsuits, loss of jobs and worse
- He has filed over 100 frivolous lawsuits against anything that isn’t nailed down and somehow is being allowed to continue unchecked
- This story has never been reported on in the mainstream media
Also here is a short video on Brett Kimberlin’s criminal history by Lee Stranahan:
This next link is MUST READ. It explains how Brett Kimberlin used extreme intimidation tactics to try and silence a blogger named Patterico. This is Patterico’s account of how Kimberlin spoofed his phone and called police claiming Patterico shot his wife. The next thing you know the SWAT team was banging on his door hauling him out in handcuffs:
Glenn Beck has apparently been interviewing bloggers who have been the victims of Brett Kimberlin. When I get the audio I will post it here. Until then, the above articles should give you plenty to read. The article at The Blaze is very extensive and thorough, much mores o than I can be here.