Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Last week, this site had a post about a music video which employed Brett Kimberlin as one of its producers and as rhythm guitar player. It turns out that Hogewash! in not the only website to take notice. This was published at empr dot media on 3 June.The Gentle Reader may remember that Protect Our Elections/EMPR Inc. is The Dread Deadbeat Performer/Protector Kimberlin’s organization which was formerly known as Velvet Revolution US. The IRS has revoked its 501(c)(4) not-for-profit status.

Note: In the past, I have avoided referring to Miss Kimberlin by name when she was a part the narrative in a post because she was a minor child. However, she is now 21 and promoting herself as a performer. I now feel free to write about her to the extent that she makes herself a public person. She has had a rough start in life as a child. I wish her well and hope that she finds a happy, rewarding, and productive future as an adult.

11 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. Just a note for anyone still paying attention: according to his Facebook page (no I won’t link to it), Bill Schmalfeldt had been set to retire on June 27th, but instead got himself fired today.

    Because of course he did.

    By my count, which may well be off, this makes eight (forced) retirements in three years. If he could find a way to get paid for it, I think he could turn pro. Getting paid to be fired seems very 2020 to me.

      • Last I heard he is suffering from Parkinson’s again… I guess the miracle recovery of the past few years is over.

        No word on Scooty Puff’s triumphant return.

    • I would love to see the Facebook live he did that got him fired. The man absolutely can’t keep his fat mouth shut on company time.

  2. The problem I had with the video was that it seemed very poorly produced. The mixing was awful — her voice was blended in and often overpowered by the instruments, leaving the vocals as simply another instrument and the lyrics illegible. Sometimes that works, but with a “message” song, it helps if you actually convey the message.

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