Bob Owens

The saddest truth in politics is that people get the leaders they deserve

Brett Kimberlin’s friends don’t like being made famous. Too bad.

Written By: Bob - May• 29•12

I am just a very small part of a much larger group of  bloggers utterly disgusted by the terrorist/convicted bomber/drug dealer/Democratic Party activist Brett Kimberlin and his allies.

They’ve been vicious and litigious in their attempts to bully conservatives and even fellow progressives into silence. Their tactics include lawsuits and the intimidation of employers, online bullying, and the deadly-dangerous terrorist tactic of SWATting,which is spoofing someone’s home phone number in a call to 911, pretending they are the person targeted, and then claiming they have shot or killed family members in an attempt to draw an armed police response. At least two conservative bloggers have been SWATted that we know of, including an attack on Erick Erickson of Redstate over the weekend.

Does Brett Kimberlin himself have direct knowledge of these attacks? I have no way of knowing, but all evidence gathered in the SWATting attack on Patrick Frey does suggest his friends and allies are involved.

One of Kimberlin’s rabid apologists is someone that tweets under the Twitter handle @OccupyRebellion, who took exception to me calling out another Kimberlin apologist, @qritiq.

Yes, I am rocking a “Fall Guy” AVI.

The fanatics surrounding Brett Kimberlin, and their apparent attempts to shut down conservative free speech through various intimidation tactics, is the worst kind of thuggery.

It’s important to remember that that these intimidation tactics are done in service to the far left wing of the Democratic Party, and the re-election campaign of Barack Obama. Kimberlin and his known allies are funded via several organizations linked to the same radical left wing groups that have bundled millions of dollars for the President.

The potentially deadly SWATting attacks fall under the jurisdiction of the Department of Justice, and could result in a felony conviction and a 10 year prison sentence for those involved. That assumes that corrupt Attorney General Eric Holder cares more about the lives of conservative American citizens than he does the hundreds of Mexicans shot to death as a result of the Fast and Furious gun-running plot, and that is very much in doubt.

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