Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


While I was reviewing posts on the Internet as part of research about [redacted], I was reminded of some comments posted to Breitbart Unmasked Bunny Billy Unread by a sock puppet called “Texas Tim.” As the Gentle Reader will see from the evidence below, Brett Kimberlin was/is almost certainly Texas Tim.

Consider this excerpt from a long comment to the main BU post about BlogBash 2013.It contains a bunch of lies and one interesting tell. Let’s start with the tell, “… and my wife …” According to Tetyana Kimberlin, there were only five people involved in Kimberlin’s demonstration at BlogBash 2013. They were Craig Gillette (the photographer in the blue parka), Brett Kimberlin, Tetyana Kimberlin, and her two daughters. Brett Kimberlin was the only person there with his wife.

Now, to the lies. First, there is no record of any cooperation between the PG County Police and Brett Kimberlin, Justice Through Music Project, or VelvetRevolution.US (now Protect Our Elections/EMPR Inc.). However, there is evidence suggesting that threats made to the BlogBash venue by Brett Kimberlin and Neal Rauhauser did result in an increased police presence in the neighborhood during the event.

Second, the only “carding” that went on at BlogBash was to verify that people entering were on the guest list. It was a private, by-invitation-only event. As to whether anyone was carrying, …

Third, the only “imam” joining Kimberlin’s protest was Kimberlin himself with his head wrapped in a keffiyeh. Tetyana Kimberlin has said that she took these pictures of Brett Kimberlin using his phone. I downloaded them from the BU website.

So there’s reasonable evidence pointing to Brett Kimberlin as Texas Tim.

Texas Tim’s comments during early 2013 were often connected to Islam and to intelligence agencies. For example, note the hat in the picture above right. For a further example, here’s the first part of a long screed from a memory-holed post “Aaron Walker ‘Appears’ on Huff Post Live to Talk ‘Swatting'”.

BU went quiet for the months of May, June, and July in 2013. Texas Tim posted these comments to the last post in April.Dagestan is a republic in Russia on the western side of the Caspian Sea. During early 2013, it was still in the throws of trouble overflowing from the neighboring republic of Chechnya. Makhachkala is the site of the most prominent mosque in the region. Was Kimberlin in Dagestan, or are these comments just another bit of false narrative?

BTW, the Salon post linked to in the bottom comment deals with some of the organizations Kimberlin sued in the RICO 2: Electric Boogaloo LOLsuit.

There are interesting data points here. These dots are connected, and determining if and how they might also connect to [redacted] will be enlightening.

5 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. It is also interesting to note that Kimberlin, as Texas Tim, is validating the idea that Islam is a violent ideology – that Walker had something to fear from Muslims just because he (Walker) supposedly insulted them. This is counter to the Left’s constant message that Islam is a religion of peace. And Kimberlin is trying to use the truth about Islam’s violence as a way to intimidate Walker into silence, by claiming that Muslims are taking interest in Walker, and that the law enforcement/intelligence community can’t stop them when they decide to act.

    This also is a good view into the lack of morality of Brett Kimberlin. He seems to be completely accepting that the use of violence against others is fine. He demonstrated that with the bombs he set off in Speedway. And these comments as Texas Tim were meant to be a not-very-subtle reminder that Kimberlin will resort to violence whenever he feels like it.

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