33 thoughts on “Abuse?

  1. Good question.

    “Now, I will report aggressively on Brett Kimberlin’s lawsuit against Hoge and his co-defendants. But I will not be unbiased. I have news that I am sitting on until early next week. It is not good news for Hoge and his co-defendants. (I’ll tell you this much. I won’t say if it’s the state case, the RICO case, or both. Some will save themselves at the expense of others. This is not speculation.)
    And I can’t fucking WAIT until I can write about it without risking the outcome.

    And for every dollar Kimberlin takes from Hoge, for every piece of property Kimberlin takes from Hoge, for every bit of suffering Kimberlin causes Hoge, I will smile. I will laugh. God forgive me, I want the man to suffer. And according to this story I am sitting on, suffer he will.

    Remember where you read it.

    Suffer, he will. It won’t match what he’s done to me. But it will be a small measure of satisfaction to have lived long enough to see Karma bite him on his pockmarked, pimply ass.”
    Bill Schmalfeldt, 2/7/2014

    • A Reader, thank you for taking the time to dig up these reminders. So much buffoonery from Elkridge, it’s impossible to remember it all, and it’s all at least as funny as the first time around. Some, of course, is considerably more hilarious in retrospect. 😀

      • Yes, Bill, who?

        Or is that another tweet or post that you are going to carefully pretend that you never wrote?

    • Bill’s in rare form tonight, and he’s repeated that bit, almost verbatim. Forget Brett, and he’ll stop suing you (right….) and drop all the charges against Bill and he’ll leave you alone too.

      And he brings up the canard that Hoge tried to have him jailed 367 times, forgetting that he was breaking a court order every single one of those times, not to mention all the ones that weren’t reported.

      And that from a man who has the *^#%@ing nerve to say he values his honesty?!?!?

      • “And that from a man who has the *^#%@ing nerve to say he values his honesty?!?!?”

        Often, the rarer something is, the more it is valued.

      • His exact language would be interesting. He is verging on extortion, if he has not crossed that line.

      • I think he’s crossed the actual legal line for extortion several times this year alone.

    • Should also add that he seems to think that we’ve all “misconstrued” what he said there.

      I’m sure he’ll tell us how what we were supposed to understand wasn’t a threat.

      • Probably. He’ll probably have enough self-preservation instinct kick in to prevent him from saying it in court, but I bet it will be all over his twitter feed.

        And if he still hasn’t told us what he actually meant by both the “if you’d just leave BK alone”, and the “ides of March” statements. Obviously we are “dim”, and he better explain himself if he doesn’t want people to treat them as threats./sarc

        Of course if one of us addressed a tweet to him, warning him to beware the ides of March, he’d be on the phone to the Ho Co LE the instant he read it, claiming that us online “harassers” and “trolls” were threatening his life.

      • Yes. And no. What he says is right, but he’s conveniently forgotten that he was the one who started going after Hoge, because Hoge committed the unforgivable sin of helping Lee Stranahan. I wouldn’t be surprised if he’s told the story of how he’s the poor helpless victimized PD patient working as a journalist to right the wrongs done Kimberlin that he may truly believe that Hoge started it by now.

      • Like everything else Bill Schmalfeldt writes, he simply doesn’t know that he is talking about. Suppose a father walks into a room to discover someone molesting his daughter. The dad immediately begins pounding on the pervert. Naturally, the pervert fights back. Now, who really is the evil bastard? The person who “attacked?” Or, the person who was “attacked?”

    • Highly ironic given all the misfortunes Bill Schmalfeldt has suffered due to his obsessive desire to “get” John Hoge: the Peace Order, it extension, and the numerous criminal charges he had to sweat out.

      I have to note that ignorance is Bill Schmalfeldt’s strength. A person who was more aware and more self-aware would be trying to extricate himself from his predicament. But, Bill Schmalfeldt’s ignorance gives him the strength to suggest that everyone else try to escape the “mess” he has created for them. Bill Schmalfeldt ignorance grants him the strength to believe that he going to win this one. And, that ignorance will allow that belief to persist right up to moment he reads his final possible appeal has been denied. Only then will Bill Schmalfeldt realize that he going to have reach into his thin wallet on a monthly basis to pay off the judgments against him.

      • Everyone made him do it, you see. Not his fault at all. He had no choice but to insert himself into other peoples’ business, because JOURNALISM!!! In the service of his diddling bomber friend, of course. There was really nothing he could do about it.

    • Mess? What mess?

      I’m wealthy, happy, happily married to the same woman for all of my adult life, lots of friends, children, and grandchildren, good hobbies to keep me amused, good health, both physical and mental…

      Where’s the “mess I’m in?”

      Is it because I’m not living on disability, miserable and foul, living in a broken down single wide, with a double wide ass, no real friends, no close family, with a hobby the consists of fail doxing, harassing people, and writing foul missives, and with bad physical and mental health?

      Yea, that’s a real mess, alright.

      Tell you what, Cousin Bill…I like my present mess of a life pretty well, so I’m going to continue doing what I have been doing.

      You, however, should clean up your act.

  2. BS’s Ides of March conspiracy rant:

    From Stacy McCain, ‘Beware the Ides of March’: Bill Schmalfeldt Threatens Lee Stranahan?
    Posted on | February 19, 2013

    “It seems nothing can dissuade Schmalfeldt from his persistent delusions of grandeur adequacy. Schmalfeldt’s response to being charged with harassment? Threats of retaliation:

    “They thought they had chosen the weakest one in the herd, culled me from the herd, and now they think they’re going to break me. I face two misdemeanor charges in criminal court, and that is supposed to break me. I got news for you boys: I’m bringing down the thunder. I’m bringing up the hellfire. I’m rolling the bomb out to the Enola Gay, and I’m loading it into the bomb bay. I’m taking off for Hiroshima. You won’t know when. You don’t know where. You won’t know how. But you will know why.”

    This vague threat to unleash “hellfire” upon his enemies at some future time typifies one of Schmalfeldt’s psychiatric traits I noted in November: Sociopathic sadism. Schmalfeldt enjoys inflicting punishment on those he dehumanizes into hate-objects whom he attacks remorselessly as undeserving of sympathy. He relishes the idea that he inspires fear, and the vague threat of future harm — “You won’t know when. You don’t know where. You won’t know how.” — is intended to vindicate Schmalfeldt’s self-image as someone dangerous to his enemies.”

    • Somehow that rant of Bill’s makes it even harder to believe that he doesn’t want people to take his “Ides of March” (and other statements) as threats. He just wants to be able to pretend that they aren’t in case any legal issues ever arise.
      “But your Honor! It was just a metaphor!”. Of course any judge or opposing attorney would insist on having him state what he actually did mean, and his whole defense would collapse.

    • This all sounds so familiar, somehow – the threats, the claim that people he has harassed are trying to kill him, blah, blah, blah.

    • Bill Schmalfeldt doesn’t have principles. Bill Schmalfeldt doesn’t have values. Bill Schmalfeldt doesn’t have beliefs. Bill Schmalfeldt has enemies, and then nothing, a black and dank and empty void of sullenness.

      h/t: Popehat

  3. He sure whines a lot about a conflict that he was responsible for starting and perpetuating.

    His shuttupery failed.

  4. So, Bill, after you have your moment of introspection and figure out what it is that’s causing


    to heap all of this abuse on you, let me suggest a proper course of action that may end it:

    Re-double your efforts.

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