Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

I’ve been reviewing the court audio of The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s testimony in Walker v. Kimberlin, et al.

He keeps using those words. I do not think they mean what he thinks they mean.

UPDATE—”This case has to do with false narratives.”

17 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. “False narrative” – truthful statements that conflict with the lies that the Dread Pedo tells to convince his victims of his fantasy world.

    • The false is from a binary evaluation of “helpful narrative” rather than a binary evaluation of “factual narrative” as would be used by honest people.

      Thus if there was some way to benefit from it, “the sky is a pink unicorn” would be a true narrative.

  2. “False narrative.”
    Hey Shorty, ever hear of res judicata?
    I have, here, so your “false” is false.

  3. But OF COURSE the case has to do with false narratives. Because Brett doesn’t like people truthfully reporting on his past and present behavior so he has to paint over it with a false narrative in order for him to manage his reputation.

    He doesn’t like people knowing that he likes younger girls. And considering his current age, they are now REALLY younger girls. The ick factor there has gone up by about a bazillion. It was one thing for a mid-twenties guy to like a 14 year old. Still not a good thing and the whole consent issue is still so very WRONG, but it’s a whole lot better than a SIXTY YEAR OLD MAN who still likes 14 year olds. *shudder*

    Ephebophilia and hebephilia. It’s a real thing.

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