Alinksy’s Rule 5 states that “Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon,” and pointage, laughery, and mockification have been key tools in confronting Team Kimberlin’s lawfare. Take Exhibit J from four years ago today for example.
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I normally would save something like the following for a Team Kimberlin Post of the Day, but I’ve been laughing so hard and shaking my head for so long over this one that I’m going to share it now.
I’ve been slogging my way through The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s responses to four of the motions to dismiss the Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness. In paragraph 23 of his Response to Defendant DB Capitol Strategies Motion to Dismiss TDPK tries to allege that DB Capitol Strategies was engaging in fraud because it operated a legal fund in support of Aaron Walker’s suits against Brett Kimberlin in 2012. He cites as evidence his Exhibit J, a blog post from Crooks and Liars.The best “evidence” he can come up with an unsourced blog post by Matt Osborne, Alex Brant-Zawadzki, Bill Schmalfeldt, and Melissa Brewer?
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In the end, The
Dread Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin’s inept court filings were not only occasionally comic, they’ve been total failures. Of the dozen civil cases he’s filed since the beginning of 2012, only two survived motions to dismiss. Of those two, the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. trial was terminated in the defendants’ favor because TDPK failed to state a case that could go to a jury, and the Kimberlin v. Hoge peace order petition was denied because he could not show that I had engaged in harassment of Tetyana Kimberlin’s daughter.
Failing failures gotta fail.