Gentle Reader, I occasionally take a look at Breitbart Unmasked (No, I won’t link to it.) so that you don’t have to. 10 days ago, Xenophon (the Troll) had a celebratory post about The American Spectator taking down posts about The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin written by Stacy McCain. Those posts were back up in short order. That was the last bit of coverage of TDPK’s lawfare quest.
Also, over past few days, several motions have been filed by defendants the Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness pointing out various apparent forgeries and lies from TDPK. Kimberlin’s responses have not denied any of those allegations, so, as far as the record before the court is concerned, they can be taken as true. OTOH, he has lashed out with irrelevant ad hominem attacks against Aaron Walker and me that are simply not germane to the case. Indeed, the big news from Monday was TDPK’s motion to disallow Aaron Walker’s 31-page reply to TDPK’s oppositions to various motions to dismiss. TDPK’s filing doesn’t cite a single reason based in law to deny the Walker motion, but it does contain a bigoted rant against people with learning disabilities.
Meanwhile, Xenophon seems to have decided that the current developments in the lawsuit aren’t worthy of coverage.
I wonder why?