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The #BrettKimberlin Report D+27: Whine, Women, And Wrong

21 June 2012 @ 20:03

Neal Rauhauser blows a kiss to his women.

The latest report from FoolishReporter, over at The Trenches, identifies some of the women who have allied themselves with Neal Rauhauser:

= Beth Becker, aka: @Spedwaybabs [as in ‘Speedway, Indiana’ where Brett Kimberlin earned his nickname]

= Sheridan, aka: @OccupyRebellion

= Lane Lipton, aka: @qritiq

= Jeanne McBride, aka: @couldbeme7

Do take the time to click here and read the whole report.

-Last night Brooks Bayne published a report that Stacy McCain describes in his report as follows:

The head of a boycott effort aimed at radio talk-show host Rush Limbaugh boasted in a conference call of his ties to Organizing for American (OFA), President Obama’s re-election campaign.

“Randy, I can pick up the phone and call the director of OFA, can you?” Matt Edelstein [@Shoq] said during the phone call, berating a Texas activist….

From Mr. Bayne’s introduction:

Matt Edelstein has finally stepped in his fecal-laden cat litter this time. It appears that someone infiltrated his Stop Rush group and punked them all. When they were finally getting wise to the spy, Edelstein thought he would outsmart the infiltrator (Neal Rauhauser would be proud of you, Matt) when he decided to record the call that these excerpts were taken from.  Problem is, Edelstein didn’t realize that when he sent this illegally recorded phone call out to his “trusted” co-conspirators of Stop Rush, this recording would find its way back to “Randy”, the infiltrator. What a coup, Mr. Infiltrator! According to Florida law, which deems Florida a two-party consent state, Randy likely has grounds to prosecute Mr. Edelstein, and possibly the entire Stop Rush group for aiding in a conspiracy against him.

Schadenfreude time.

-Do check out William Jacobson’s take on this here.  In it he reveals:

@Shoq [ie: Edelstein] worked with Media Matters to launch the effort against Limbaugh, and is the Twitter user who frequently threatens to drag people at Cornell into an effort against me because of my writings about the Limbaugh secondary boycott.

-Getting back to Secret Agent Man Rauhauser…Dan Collins comments:

As Stacy cannily points out, Rauhauser earned his living by bedazzling leftists with his BS about arcane data mining tools and file secrecy programs. The idea was to hide all of their underhanded ops while exposing the equivalent ones from the other side, which they assumed must be there, but which kept on receding as approached like a rainbow with a pot of gold at the end of it. Thus did the spycraft fantasists beguile themselves. It doesn’t take Hamlet digging a yard beneath to blow them to the sky, when these guys do it themselves. It’s satisfying in the same way as videotaped jihadis exploding themselves while making bombs or lobbing mortars against allied positions. Somehow, despite all the focus on security, this mental midget decided to bolster his cred by posting his methods online in public forums, where technologically challenged conservatives made screen caps, shrugged their shoulders, and saved them for a rainy day.

-WJJ Hoge reports:

The ACLJ has sent a letter to Kevin Zeese responding to his document hold request to the National Bloggers Club informing him that all further correspondence should be directed the ACLJ.

Via Mandy Nagy, we learn that some hackers have taken credit for the Twitter outages of earlier today.

-I end with the words of WJJ Hoge [worth quoting in full]:

Brett Kimberlin Lord Voldemort (He Who Must Not Be Named under penalty of peace order) is probably looking forward to the next week or so of the news. Between now and the end of the month, the Holder contempt resolution should hit the floor of the House and the Supreme Court will drop a load of important decisions including the ones on the Arizona immigration law and Obamacare. He’s probably hoping that everyone will be distracted from him.

Not a chance. The skeer will be kept up.

Indeed, it will, if we remain resolved to defeat these bastards.

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