Happy Everybody Blog About Brett Kimberlin Day!
First a little background on this guy, courtesy of Lee Stranahan:
The radical left is full of kooks and weirdos, so why am I bothering to write about this nut? Simple. Kimberlin uses the legal system to harass anyone who tells the truth about him. Intimidation and attempts to silence the opposition are hallmarks of leftist activism, but when you require an entire family to move to an “undisclosed location” because you are a threat to their security, you’ve crossed a line.
Kimberlin urged the state of Maryland to file criminal charges against James O’Keefe III, President of Project Veritas and the late Andrew Breitbart. He tried to frame Aaron Walker for a crime he didn’t commit. Fearing their office would be Kimberlin’s next target, Walker and his wife were both released from their employment. And this barely scratches the surface. This man is dangerous.
Researching this guy takes you through a whacked out, and incredibly surreal worm hole of lies, distortion, death, intimidation, the radical liberal underground, bombs – the works.
As The Blaze described 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.
Mandy Nagy (also a target of Kimberlin’s legal attacks) wrote a fantastically comprehensive piece here detailing the Velvet Revolution and Kimberlin’s criminal past. Michelle Malkin’s take is here (her post is linkalicious). Brandon Darby, Lee Stranahan, Mandy Nagy and Aaron Walker discuss the perjuring terrorist here (a GREAT listen).
You can help those targeted by Kimberlin here.
Dwelling in the bowels of the radical left, Kimberlin uses violent intimidation to silence people who tell the truth. As Andrew Breitbart said, ”It is no longer a choice to fight; I am compelled to fight.” On behalf of my friends, my colleagues, justice and truth, my message to Kimberlin is simple: we will not be intimidated.