Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Perhaps, The Dread Deadbeat Protector Kimberlin has been too busy dealing with stolen votes to report on Protect Our Elections/EMPR Inc’s efforts to secure the recent election, but nothing has been posted on that organization’s web site for over three weeks.

3 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. Over at Heartiste, today, there’s a piece about non-profits. Here’s the money quote:

    “So think of this- every single expense of their life is expensed out to the nonprofit or PAC. Trips, travel, food, clothing, you name it. Deducted. The donors have their own shells to do the same sort of shit in a lazy susan. As long as the IRS gets some dough here and there, they really never f*** with corporations. And this is massive business with massive political cover.”

    Just so. This is what Brett Kimberlin is all about. His non-profit(s) take donations and re-route them to pay all of Brett’s expenses. And his hobbies, too. Like paying for anti-Trump documentation.

    I wonder if members of his family are accounted for in Brett’s shell non-profits? I’m guessing not; absolute checkbook control being critical and all that.

    The SJW and vote-fraud aspects are merely shell games to put a face on Brett Kimberlins’ non-profits. The corporate tax structures Brett has are what’s important. Not the actual, purported, work or cause(s).

    All of this is mostly legal. There are few or no controls on non-profits. Damn little scrutiny. Brett Kimberlin is legitimately exploiting these weaknesses for his own personal advantage.

    All of this IMHO. Don’t sue me, Brett.

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