Look at who's been funding him. The Tides Foundation prominent among them. Gee, where have we heard that before.
And mainstream institutions like Fidelity and Charles Schwab--giving money to a man who's been going after conservative bloggers, threatening them and their families.
Who is Brett Kimberlin? He started his crime spree in Indiana, as the Speedway Bomber. Catchy. But it wasn't an impersonal attack:
On July 29, 1978, Speedway resident Julia Scyphers, 65, answered a knock at her door. A man she didn't know was standing on her stoop asking about items she'd recently tried to sell at a yard sale. She let him into the garage to look at the items and he shot her in the head.Read on. Here's a video clip of Kimberlin's career:
How to kill the first amendment.
This is what the left looks like. He is theirs.
More. Matthew Vadum, Capital Research Center on Kimberlin's funding, ending with this:
Do the people at the Tides Foundation, Barbra Streisand Foundation, and Heinz Family Foundation know that they have given money to an organization run by a litigious, violent, radical felon who appears to delight in intimidating people whose views he disagrees with?Vadum was on WGN's Milt Rosenberg's Show discussing Occupy Chicago's sources. Audio.
Oh wait. There’s no point in answering that question in the Obama era, is there?
Free speech blogburst: Show solidarity for targeted conservative bloggers; Update: It’s Everybody Blog About Brett Kimberlin Day
P.S. Hey Occuzombies. Stick This In Your MacBooks And Smoke It.
---Thanks for the links, Michelle Malkin, Memeorandum. More via Pundit & Pundette, Patterico's chilling account of harassment
More. Kimberlin Funders Stunned to Discover they Fund Kimberlin