Yesterday’s TKPOTD looked at Brett Kimberlin’s abject failure at developing a coherent presence on the Internet. It mentioned that he had tried to get traction with dozens of sites. The TKPOTD for eight years ago lists some of them.
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Here’s a list of the web domains hosted on server 188.8.131.52. They all seem to have a connection to Brett Kimberlin.It can be … um … interesting to take a look at these sites. Most have donate buttons that take you to a JTMP or VRUS donation page.
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All of those web domains are gone, except for jtmp dot org, protectourelections dot org, and velvetrevolution dot us. The first two have traffic ratings below 15,000,000. The velvetrevolution site is once again being updated occasionally and around midday yesterday had a traffic rating of 2,173,156. (BTW, it’s hosted on a different server—in the UK rather than Holland.)
In 2017, Kimberlin changed the name of Velvet Revolution US to Protect Our Elections/EMPR Inc. The DONATE button on the velvetrevolution dot us Home Page is linked to the Protect Our Elections PayPal account.
Follow the money.