Better Late Than Never

But I thought JMTP had teams of talented cyberstalkersHACKERS! to sniff out this stuff (click on the picture, the link is safe)…

You know Hillary Rodham (I didn’t want to leave the house ever again but I totally had the temperament to be President) Clinton WON THE POPULAR VOTEright, DUMBFUCK?

And how transparent is the downpost begging for help with a reward that will NEVER be paid?

Exit question: When do I get paid? (Fuck it – give it to the National Rifle Association)


Author: Paul Krendler

The Thinking Man's Zombie

5 thoughts on “Better Late Than Never”

  1. "When do I get paid?"

    Now wouldn't THAT make for an interesting LOLSUIT?

  2. Wasn't it democrats like Bill that kept saying that the vote could not be rigged and that's why we don't need ID to vote? Wasn't it democrats like Bill that made fun of Trump when he talked about a rigged election?
    Wasn't it democrats like Bill that actually RIGGED an election with help from the DNC and the media to cheat Bernie Sanders out of a shot?

  3. You could have video of an illegal voting for Hill or following someone to multiple polling places and unless you could prove that they were voting for Trump that award would never be paid, even if he had the money (which I rather doubt).

  4. Help me to understand what's going on here. This post appears on BU, written by BS, about actions taken by JTMP. There's no indication that this is a press release put out by JTMP.

    So this sentence struck me as odd: "We want to provide the strongest incentive possible for people to come forward with substantial inside information, so make your donations generous." That's written in the first person plural, indicating that it is the opinion of the author, in this case, BS.

    So is BS working for JTMP AND BU? Are the two entities one and the same? Or, is BS a lousy writer/editor, who didn't properly attribute a quote and/or a PR piece masquerading as journalism?

    1. I found this particular sentence quite interesting:

      "In the event no one meets the criteria for the reward, all funds donated to the reward fund shall be used to ensure that all future votes are verifiable through accountable paper ballot."

      – JTMP has offered MANY rewards for various things throughout the years.

      – The last I heard, NO reward has EVER been paid out... EVER.

      – In a recent court document, the Domestic Terrorist Brett "The Speedway Bomber" Kimberlin actually mentioned his Protect Our Elections "work" – yet when he made reference to elections IN HIS VERY OWN STATE of Maryland, he had NO idea if Maryland had recently changed over to paper ballot or not.

      – And, speaking of accountability... how will one be able to go about verifiying that all of the money donated to the reward fund (if the reward is not actually claimed and disbursed *snort*) is actually being properly (and, legally) used for the purpose in which it was being donated and collected?

      One would think if someone so "strongly supports the democratic principles of transparency and honesty in the electoral process" that they: (1) set up a charity to closely monitor the electoral process; (2) declared to a court of law they needed to be cut some slack in a lawsuit due to the "fact" they needed time to deal with the charitable activities involved in monitoring the current electoral process; and, (3) offered a $100,000+ reward for evidence of any wrongdoing in the electoral process... they would (at the very least!) know what type of voting mechanism is used in the electoral process IN THEIR VERY OWN STATE.

      Anyhoo – I would be remiss not to mention how very, very philanthropic it was of the Deranged Cyberstalker Bill Schmalfeldt to so freely donate his time, and so openly hitch his wagon to such a scam... oops... I mean charity. I am confident Bill's associate, co-duhfendant, and "excellent friend" Brett "The Speedway Bomber" Kimberlin has nothing but the best intentions in mind by requesting that Bill climb aboard the JTMP train.

      Light. Tunnel. Some assembly required.


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