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Friday, May 25th Is “Everybody Blog About Brett Kimberlin Day”

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2012/05/23

Originally published by Lee Stranahan.

Brett Kimberlin is a convicted bomber, perjurer and left-wing attack dog. He’s attacked — in no particular order — conservative bloggers like Andrew Breibart, Patterico, Liberty Chick, Aaron Worthing, Stacy McCain and others.

Here’s a short, easy to follow video I put together on Kimberlin:

This is no war of words; Kimberlin is a serial litigator who has filed over 100 lawsuits by his own account and he takes people to court, claiming they are harassing him. He calls their employers.  I stand with all these people, some of whom are my friends. I’m launching a new effort on my own that I hope will help.

The only effective way I to fight Brett Kimberlin is for as many people to research and write about him as possible. 

So I’m declaring this Friday, May 25th as Everybody Blog About Brett Kimberlin Day.

Here’s what you do to take part…

  1. Research Brett Kimberlin on your own. Don’t trust secondary sources; look for the orginal articles articles published about him, too.
  2. On Friday, May 25th — write an honest, factually accurate post about what you learned and what your OPINION is. Brett may try and sue you, so be accurate, factual and separate fact from opinion.
  3. The post doesn’t have to be long — ANYTHING helps.
  4. After you post, Tweet, share, whatever — get the post out there.
This foolishness has gone on long enough.

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Everyone Blog About Brett Kimberlin Day by Lee Stranahan is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

That means you can repost this anywhere you like. Read comments to see why you care.

Permissions declaration.

If you like what you read and you know Brett Kimberlin’s history, feel free to hit my tip jar found in my sidebar.

2 Responses to “Friday, May 25th Is “Everybody Blog About Brett Kimberlin Day””

  1. The “read comments to see why you care” refers to my comment over at Lee’s original. Do follow it to see why you should care about his “repost anywhere” statement. And then read my “permissions declaration” link. Hopefully several of you will actually follow through (as Foxfier did on a previous article).


  2. Copious Gasser said

    Reblogged this on Copious Gasser and commented:
    I’ll be joining in on this on Friday.


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