The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin may have filed over a hundred lawsuits, but he hasn’t won very many. That’s not surprising given how badly reasoned and poorly presented has case has been thus far though his pleadings for the Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness. This is from his response to Michelle Malkin’s motion to dismiss.That paragraph is utter nonsense. Of course, our motions to dismiss address TDPK’s specious allegation that the National Bloggers Club was a racketeering enterprise. Here, for example, is part of what I wrote in mine.Moreover, the Malkin motion to dismiss, the very motion TDPK is answering with his gibberish above, says this (citing Ashcroft v. Iqbal, 556 U.S. 662.)—From the very beginning, we defendants have been pointing out to the court that TDPK’s allegations are bullshit, and, rather than correct his errors and trying to allege with specificity something that we defendants did, his proposed second amended complaint merely doubles down on more fact-free arm waving.
No wonder he’s lost so many more than he’s won.