Team Kimberlin is a bunch of liars and clumsy ones at that. Five years ago today, I ran a post titled He Didn’t See It Here that dealt with one of Bill Schmalfeldt’s false narratives.
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After returning home from church and having lunch, I checked in on my Twitter timeline and found this:Curious, I took a look at @CabinBoyRadio and found this:Since I had no idea what Schmalfeldt was talking about, I checked out his blog. It seems that he is trying to pin a bunch of “spam” comments to his blog on me. Of course, none of them are written in anything like the style of my tweets or comments on other blogs. None of them come any IP address associated with me. The IPs appear to be spoofed rather than TOR IPs because at least one is from AT&T Wireless, an unlikely spot for a TOR node.
I also found this rant.
[Image deleted. It was a rant about someone referring to him as “Schmuckfeldt.”]
There are several places where he may have seen that name before, but he never saw it in a post on this blog. I’m sure of that. I just ran a global search of all posts, this was the search return (Click the image to embiggen it.):
I see three possible sources for the comments that Schmalfedt complains about. The first would be someone opposed to Team Kimberlin who is yanking Schmalfeldt’s chain. If that’s the case, I hope whoever it is stops. The second possibility is that a member of Team Kimberlin or a supporter/eneabler is doing it to stir up trouble. The third is that Schmalfeldt created the comments himself in an attempt to run the “accuse the accuser” play one more time.
Whatever. He didn’t see that name in a Hogewash! blog post.
UPDATE—After my Sunday afternoon nap, I checked my Twitterz again and found more tweets about Schmalfeldt and evidence. So I went over to @CabinBoyRadio again and found that he had posted some tweets allegedly from me. I was puzzled where he found them, because I couldn’t remember sending them. Then he tweeted this link to Very Ordinary Seaman Ferguson: http://topsy.com/s?q=schmuckfeldt%20from%3Awjjhoge&type=tweet. I clicked on it and found the tweets that he was claiming were mine. This one bothered me.I don’t cc myself on Twitter. What’s the point? So I clicked on the Reply button of the top tweet and got this.That’s not my tweet, is it? Indeed, it is tweet number 355754735903428608 which was sent by @AaronWorthing.
None of the other tweets are mine either.
This is not the first time that Bill Schmalfeldt has been caught trying to forge evidence. He would be well advised to stop. Very soon. As in now.
UPDATE 2—I notice he also tries to use postings at hogewash dot net as evidence. Oh, please! That site ran copies of the obscene images Schmalfeldt created of me last summer. It’s clearly not a site associated with or controlled by me.
UPDATE 3—If the Gentle Reader would like to see the original tweets on Twitter, click here and scroll down to last July.
UPDATE 4—Here’s what turns up when one does the same Topsy word search on @AaronWorthing:As you can see, the “Hitler is not happy …” tweet is Aaron Walker’s which proves absolutely nothing about the identity of Kimberlin Unmasked. It does, however, confirm that what Schmalfeldt has been trying to peddle is bogus.
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The technique of using a Topsy search to generate pseudo-tweets that appear to have been originated by someone who was included with an @ mention was recycled in March, 2015, when The Dread Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin attempted to use forged evidence during a hearing for a peace order petition against me.
I’m pretty sure that I’ve previously mentioned that Kimberlin has been convicted of perjury and attempting to forge DoD driver’s licenses. He got his name in the papers in 2017 in connection with fake documents apparently aimed at causing trouble for the Trump administration.
Why would anyone believe anything he says?