The Brett Kimberlin Saga:

Follow this link to my BLOCKBUSTER STORY of how Brett Kimberlin, a convicted terrorist and perjurer, attempted to frame me for a crime, and then got me arrested for blogging when I exposed that misconduct to the world. That sounds like an incredible claim, but I provide primary documents and video evidence proving that he did this. And if you are moved by this story to provide a little help to myself and other victims of Mr. Kimberlin’s intimidation, such as Robert Stacy McCain, you can donate at the PayPal buttons on the right. And I thank everyone who has done so, and will do so.

Monday, August 20, 2012

Throwing a Spotlight on Brett Kimberlin and Other Occupy-Linked Terrorists at Occupy the Truth

This is the latest post in what I half-jokingly call The Kimberlin Saga®.  If you are new to the story, that’s okay! Not everyone reads my blog.  So if you are new to the story, go to this page and you’ll be able to catch up on what has been happening.

Hey, folks, it’s time for original reporting!

So as anyone following me on Twitter knows by now (handle: @AaronWorthing), I was in the audience at Jim Hoft’s and Andrew Marcus’s Occupy the Truth rally in Cleveland, Ohio this past Saturday.

The basic idea behind it was pretty easy to understand.  You can read their official documents for yourself, but I think I get it.  For years the mainstream media has portrayed the Tea Party as scary and potentially violent.  The bias involved was apparent from the start.  As I noted long before Occupy came on the scene, every time the G8, G4, or whatever met, you could expect liberal protesters to riot like clockwork, but they were not portrayed as scary, violent, dangerous, and so on, as the Tea Party had been when they showed up later.  But the double standard became even clearer when the Occupy protests began and we saw outbreaks of rapes in their camps and more disturbingly the prevalence of terrorists within their movement.  As I have written before, there are ten alleged or convicted terrorists connected to Occupy.  Indeed just a few weeks ago, Anthony Hayne pled guilty to attempted terrorism.  And certainly the attack on the Family Research Council—or as I like to call it, “The Hate Crime of Tolerance”—has only highlighted the truly dangerous streak on the left that the mainstream media tends to ignore.

This is not to say liberalism is wrong or bad because of these outbreaks of violence.  I find little of value in liberal philosophy, but not based on that.  I have said before that I believe there has to be a strong relationship between the ideology and the violence inspired by it, before you can denounce a viewpoint has being “violent.”  American racism, for instance, led directly to terrorist acts like the 16th Street bombing; islamofascism leads to violence against "infidels" including Muslims who do not follow that philosophy.  While there seems to be a lot of violence in the modern protest left, I don’t think their causes inherently promote violence the way that racism and islamofascism tends to promote violence, although I could be wrong.  But there is certainly a violence problem in the left’s protest culture that has to be weeded out, there is a rape problem, and there is a terrorism problem

And of course this hits closer to home for me because one of those on the list of Occupy-connected terrorists is Brett Kimberlin.  Regular readers know that this man has been stalking and harassing me and other conservative writers for over a year, including attempting to frame me for a crime and even attempting to get my wife and I killed.

And if you didn’t know that, welcome to the site!  I don’t expect everyone in the world to have read about my story, but let me start to introduce you to it with this video:

And if you want to learn more, go here.  It’s a lot to read, but I prove my claims with both documentary and video evidence.  In other words, you don’t have to believe my word; you only have to believe your eyes.

And Brett Kimberlin is indeed linked to Occupy.  Besides the obvious example of him uploading a music video in support of Occupy on the same night he was supposedly ordered to remain in bed and rest, as I documented a few weeks ago, if you go to the Occupy for Accountability website and hit the donation button, it takes you to the Velvet Revolution website.  Velvet Revolution is one of the two “charities” Brett Kimberlin has founded.  I’ll be talking about his “charitable work” in days to come.

So when I heard about this Occupy the Truth rally I realized this is an event I should be at.

Most of the photos are taken by the family shutterbug, my lovely wife, including the video you will see.  It’s not perfectly professional, but it’s a far sight better than anything I could do.  And I was elsewhere with a Kimberlin-themed sign, directing people to go to the Blogger’s Defense Team website to help in my struggle against Kimberlin.  And before the speakers started, I was leafleting the crowd.  A surprisingly large number of people knew exactly what I was talking about and often even knew who I was when I introduced myself.  And as I was doing that, I wasn’t taking the time to take photos.

So you can see some of the staging here.

And here’s a pre-fabricated “paddle” I kept and photographed later in my hotel room:

And keeping with those “canned” signs for minute, here is a poster featuring Andrew Breitbart and the #War hashtag.

And on the other side of that poster, Breitbart was there:

You can also see a touch of Birtherism in this lady’s sign:

It’s not quite birtherism, but it certainly is certainly suggestive of it.  I wish I had a chance to interview her.  I will say for the record that I think birtherism is not only factually wrong, but it’s not even practically useful right now.  I think birthers should stow it, if only for tactical reasons.  It distracts from the most effective arguments against a second Obama term, like math.

And here’s another home-made sign.  I always find these more interesting than the “canned” signs.

Another sign:

This was one of many signs focusing on local politics.  You can’t see it, but this sign also denounced Sherrod Brown:

And this is blurry, but you can still kind of see it.  The home-made sign says “Report the Whole Truth” and there is a “canned” sign that says “Count on Coal.”  The Count of Coal people had a whole table set up.

And this is Tony Katz speaking.  I won’t do too many pics of people talking, except to pick out a few representative moments; and I like how the dude is silhouetted on the left.

Next up Chris Loesch led us in the Star Spangled Banner.  He did a good job without over-singing it, but this is bluntly another area where I enjoy the non-professionals more than the professionals.  A regular person singing slightly out of tune and straining to hit the high notes in that song is more enjoyable than a pitch-perfect professional.

And here’s a woman who jury-rigged several signs together, including this pre-packaged one:

And there were a few liberals who came too.  I am not 100% sure which is the “Party Crasher” referred to, but if I had to guess (enlarge for best effect)...

…but then sometimes people who walk and talk like total hippies turn out to surprise you, so I am not going to guess.

And this is a father starting off his kids right.

And here are some counter-protesters.  Before it began I saw two gentlemen sitting with signs that declared that the FBI were the “real terrorists.”  I tried to go back and take their photographs, but they were gone before I could make it.  But these were protesters with a similar theme (enlarge for best effect):

I checked the website mentioned (no linky for them!) and basically they are doing their best to get good representation for the remaining alleged terrorists who allegedly tried to blow up the Cuyahoga bridge in Cleveland “so they can be exonerated and come home as soon as possible.”  This is after one of their group pled guilty, so... good luck with that.

And I wish I could have talked to this guy, because I am genuinely unsure of the message, but this was my wife’s work and I didn’t know it existed until later.  I mean, the confusing part is the reference to “our house.”  Is that the White House?  Or the House of Representatives?  The meaning of the sign changes significantly depending on that interpretation. And behind him you see Dana Loesch has her @$$-kicking boots on.  My wife didn't know who she was at all, at this point, which is funny:

But before Loesch was Andrew Marcus, the director of Hating Breitbart.  Here let’s get the trailer up for that movie:

And Marcus’ speech followed this theme of paralleling the smearing of Breitbart with the smearing of the Tea Party, which brings us to some of my video footage.  Now I should preface a few things.  First we didn’t capture everyone, or indeed every moment of every speech we did record, which means you are missing a lot of good stuff.  And second, the original the footage can be very shaky at times and for that I apologize.  The good news is that Youtube’s built in features smoothed it out significantly.  (And how cool is that?!)

Still, here he is talking about Occupy and its rape problem and working on that theme of paralleling the smears against the Tea Party with those against Andrew Breitbart:

Yes, stop raping people, stop associating with terrorists.  Baby steps, you know.

And here he is mocking the claim that the would-be bridge bombers were entrapped:

But for my money, here’s the most newsworthy part.  If this is true, this is pretty heinous:

Um, yeah, God forbid we discuss anything controversial on the news!  Oy.  Just what do they think people in the news do?

There was also Sonnie Johnson.  Sadly there was no footage, but this was the best pic my wife got of her.

And if you want to watch the whole speech (and it is not given to sound bites anyway), this would seem like a good way to watch:

Indeed other outlets reported that liberal blogger and convicted pedophile Tim Russo trolled the rally and called this lovely woman an “Uncle Tom” which is not only racist, but gender-confused.  Lovely.

Moving on, one thing I noted was that the stage was dominated by “Estrogen Americans.” That is PC-talk for women, of course.  Here’s Jenny Beth Martin:

And next up we had Dana Loesch, who gave what I think can be fairly described as a rabble-rousing speech:

Here she is reacting to the bigotry put out by occupy:

And here she is raising the rabble:

Of course notice that even when she gets everyone fired up, the protest remains peaceful.  Because we are peaceful people.  There is a revolution coming, but like the revolution of 1800 it will be a peaceful revolution of the ballot, rather than the bullet.

For comparison purposes, here is one of the most rousing moments of the movie Braveheart:

I’m just saying, put her in war paint and on a horse and there would be a certain resemblance, that’s all.

Also while Dana was talking, my wife decided to get this dog on video:

I think the poor thing was scared someone might accidentally step on it.  I mean, I’m just saying that the dog is a tad on the small side...

Back to signs, I don’t think this was a canned sign, but it was made with professionalism.  Like I said, part of me enjoys the “scruffier” signs, but at least this appears to be individual expression:

The other interesting thing is that most of the speakers said something to the effect that they didn’t care about social issues, pointedly saying things like “we don’t care who you sleep with.”  And the crowd mostly responded well to that point.  So they didn’t seem to have much of a social agenda—which perhaps makes this man an outlier?  Hard to say.  I mean there are many people libertarian enough to say they don’t want to criminalize gay relationships, but they don’t want to give them the stamp of approval of the state through the recognition of gay marriage, either.

And of course we had Stinky Stanley representing Occupy in effigy.  That is Andrew Marcus holding it up, and Jim Hoft leading a chant.  Hoft had been on stage before, but I am trying to pick only good pictures of my subjects when I have more than one, and apparently every time he was up there solo and my wife snapped a picture, he happened to look down at his notes, which is less than ideal.

And this is when Malkin got up to speak.  Early on she invited the other speakers on stage:

And then... grrl power!

Here’s is video of that moment:

And Malkin also had a reaction to Russo calling Johnson an “Uncle Tom” and in general how conservative women of color are treated by liberals:

As I say, the only thing the left hates more than sexism or racism, is a conservative woman of color.  And yes, I am being sarcastic.

And then finally came the highlight of the day (from my admittedly biased perspective).  It was a moment in which I was almost moved to tears.  To set the scene a little, before the speakers got up on stage, I had been leafleting the audience, and chatting up a little with some people as I alluded to above.  But it’s always hard to tell strangers this story because I understand it sounds unreal.  It’s one of those things you know, intellectually, really happens now and then, but it’s hard to believe it is happening even when faced with it.  That is why I quickly direct people to the actual evidence, because my story is the kind that needs either a solid bond of trust to establish credibility or solid proof.  And since these were strangers, all I could offer was proof.

Then, when the rally began I stopped roving around and held up a Kimberlin-themed sign.  This is a picture of one side I took later at the hotel room:

And this is the other side:

So just imagine me standing there holding that above my head as everyone is talking.  I remember a youngish guy in a red shirt at one point walking by and joking, “be careful, he might sue you.”  Yeah, God forbid that happens.

Anyway, I had told Malkin that I was going to be there that day, and I guess by then she had picked me out of the crowd which resulted in this passage in her speech:

I can tell you that I was so moved by her show of support that, yes, I almost cried.  And I think almost everyone I had spoken to when leafleting the crowd, wheeled around to look at me after she said that.  And how can I say this?  She basically lent me her credibility.  Anyone who had been unsure if I was telling the truth, if my unreal-sounding story was real...  I think they suddenly said to themselves, “oh, this is real.”

I am psychologically the kind of guy who doesn’t need affirmation.  And growing up with my disabilities, I have had times in my life where I had to push forward in the face of ugliness and discouragement that would make most other people wither.  That might sound like bragging, but it's really just an observation.  So as a survival skill, I have learned to get by without affirmation, to pay attention to reality and ignore the chatter about it.  So I am somewhat unused to affirmation—indeed, so much it makes me a little uncomfortable.  But it was really nice to have that, that day.

In any case, my obvious purpose that day was to publicize my fight against this occupy-linked terrorist, Brett Kimberlin, and to get out the message that Dan Backer’s Blogger’s Defense Team needs your help.  I need your help.  And with your help, we can finally hold Brett Kimberlin accountable—something the mainstream media has yet to do.  So if you wish to donate, please hit the Blogger Defense Team button on the right, or by going here.

And, oh yeah… I am Andrew Breitbart:


My wife and I have lost our jobs due to the harassment of convicted terrorist Brett Kimberlin, including an attempt to get us killed and to frame me for a crime carrying a sentence of up to ten years.  I know that claim sounds fantastic, but if you read starting here, you will see absolute proof of these claims using documentary and video evidence.  If you would like to donate and help my wife and I in this time of need, please go to this donation page.  And thank you.

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I have accused some people, particularly Brett Kimberlin, of reprehensible conduct.  In some cases, the conduct is even criminal.  In all cases, the only justice I want is through the appropriate legal process—such as the criminal justice system.  I do not want to see vigilante violence against any person or any threat of such violence.  This kind of conduct is not only morally wrong, but it is counter-productive.

In the particular case of Brett Kimberlin, I do not want you to even contact him.  Do not call him.  Do not write him a letter.  Do not write him an email.  Do not text-message him.  Do not engage in any kind of directed communication.  I say this in part because under Maryland law, that can quickly become harassment and I don’t want that to happen to him.

And for that matter, don’t go on his property.  Don’t sneak around and try to photograph him.  Frankly try not to even be within his field of vision.  Your behavior could quickly cross the line into harassment in that way too (not to mention trespass and other concerns).

And do not contact his organizations, either.  And most of all, leave his family alone.

The only exception to all that is that if you are reporting on this, there is of course nothing wrong with contacting him for things like his official response to any stories you might report.  And even then if he tells you to stop contacting him, obey that request.  That this is a key element in making out a harassment claim under Maryland law—that a person asks you to stop and you refuse.

And let me say something else.  In my heart of hearts, I don’t believe that any person supporting me has done any of the above.  But if any of you have, stop it, and if you haven’t don’t start.


  1. All the Kimberlin related websites are down. And breitbart unmasked is even gone from the DNS.


  2. The discussion about Obama as a foreign student refers to speculation that there is something hidden in his college records. It's unclear how he afforded Occidental and Harvard. The speculation is that he may have been accepted at both schools as a foreign student, and received assistance in that way.

  3. The sites are all back. Interesting.