Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

The whole point of Brett Kimberlin’s campaign of brass knuckles reputation management via lawfare was to prevent truthful reporting about him, his associates, and their activities. He was determined to control the narrative. He failed. This post, Dread Pirate #BrettKimberlin’s Failing Narrative, showed how his effort was beginning to fail eight years ago today.

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This was captured from the Bloggers Offense Team website (No, I won’t link to it):

Note the most recent post is almost three weeks old. The events of the last few weeks simply don’t fit the narrative that Team Kimberlin have been trying to spin. Justice draws nearer.

Tick, tick, tick, tick, …

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Of course, the piracy site was abandoned as have many other of Kiberlin’s failed web ventures.

It’s now 2020, and the Kimberlin narrative spin at @itstime_2020 continues to get no real traction. However, that might be a good thing for Kimberlin because it will people from seeing the sort of promoted tweets that Twitter is place on the accounts home page. I had to chuckle when I was served this tweet while checking on @itstime_2020 yesterday evening—

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  1. I logged on to twitter at lunch today to find out I’d been suspended.
    Apparently for calling Cindy McClain a bimbo who slept with other women’s husbands.

    I “resurrected” an old account that i hadn’t used since early 2016. Reading over the accounts i followed and who followed me sure brought back some memories. (And John, if you see action from an apparently dead account with Juan in it, it’s OK. I’m not a Zombie. Or maybe I am….. Have to ask Paul about that)

    Anyway, I’m not sure if they were good times, but they sure were times.

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