You Can’t Make This Stuff Up

In the wake of this post about the barren wastelands of the Kimberlin Media Empire at Hogewash! earlier today, I thought it might be worth a look to see what I could see amongst the scorched earth of Team Midget’s failures. 

I found some interesting stuff, especially when taken in light of some recent tweets by Wild Bill Schmalfeldt.


What you see above is a series of indignant, dare I say unhinged and raging Tweets about the EEEEEEEEEEEEVILS!!! of plagiarism as practiced by WJJ Hoge III.

As a wise man once said, just because more than one person makes the joke about hauling a lardass to court with a forklift and a flatbed truck, doesn’t make it plagiarism – some jokes are just that obvious. For example, there would be one hell of a fight if everybody who made a “Donald Trump has tiny hands” joke had to battle it out for comedy supremacy.

But it doesn’t take a genius to see the point Wild Bill Schmalfeldt is trying to make:

So as I was looking at the archived link to Almighty Media’s website, I found four stories there.  After some very simple Google searches, I determined that it would be very wise (because it always is when dealing with Wild Bill Schmalfeldt) to archive each story.

There’s a story about Edward Snowden at Almighty Media, which I archived at http://archive.is/vaDph

There’s another story there called This Is How Politics Works, which is archived at http://archive.is/PhVGO

There’s a third story about Jim Inhofe at Almighty Media.  I archived that at http://archive.is/xZTm0

Finally, there’s a story about Senate Races getting tighter because of Obamacare at Almighty Media which is now archived at http://archive.is/b2OJ6


If you examine that first story about Snowden, you’ll find it was published on December 24, 2013 by Wild Bill, who also serves as the admin of the site, according  to the link under his byline.

At this point it is incumbent upon me to report, as an ethical journalist of integrity, that I have no actual evidence that the author of this article Wild Bill is our very own Wild Bill Schmalfeldt. I only have an opinion about that, which I am not going to share.  This article deals in probable provable facts, not baseless conjecture.

I read down to the 26th paragraph of the article, which reads

At the Aspen Security Forum in July, a four-star military officer known for his even keel seethed through one meeting alongside a reporter he knew to be in contact with Snowden. Before walking away, he turned and pointed a finger.

On a lark, I decided to plug that graf into Google.

It returned a story from December 23, 2013 Washington Post by Barton Gellman.

The 26th graf of that article reads

At the Aspen Security Forum in July, a four-star military officer known for his even keel seethed through one meeting alongside a reporter he knew to be in contact with Snowden. Before walking away, he turned and pointed a finger.

But don’t take my word for it.  See for yourself.  In fact, go right ahead and do what I did next.  Lay both stories side by side.

Exactly the same. Word for word.  Except one is credited to Barton Gellman of the Washington Post, and the other is credited as the original work of “Wild Bill” of Almighty Media.

Published one day later.

I think there’s a word for that…

 

Next I looked at the story This Is How Politics Works, also published on December 24, 2013. It’s a pretty short entry by Wild Bill, so I took most of the third paragraph

“In the current debate, spending cuts have trumped robust national-security spending,” said one person at the McConnell fundraiser, held at a Capitol Hill townhouse. “The main message he was pushing was: Get involved, mainly to teach those who are primarying incumbents that it is not helpful to run against incumbents who are champions for the industry.”

and Googled it.

What came back as the first hit was a story from Dion Nissenbaum that appeared in the Wall Street Journal. The story was updated in January of 2014, but the earliest comments on the story at WSJ are dated December 15, 2013.

That story is much longer, but here’s the third paragraph as it appears in the WSJ:

“In the current debate, spending cuts have trumped robust national-security spending,” said one person at the McConnell fundraiser, held at a Capitol Hill townhouse. “The main message he was pushing was: Get involved, mainly to teach those who are primarying incumbents that it is not helpful to run against incumbents who are champions for the industry.”

But don’t take my word for it.  See for yourself.  In fact, go right ahead and do what I did next.  Lay both stories side by side.

The three paragraphs at Almighty Media match the Wall Street Journal story exactly. Word for word.  Except one is credited to Dion Nissenbaum, and the other is credited as the original work of “Wild Bill” of Almighty Media.

I think there’s a word for that…


Then I looked at the Almighty Media story about Jim Inhofe.

I took just the title, Archconservative Jim Inhofe Has Change Of Heart About Democrats, and tossed it to Google to chew on.

What came back was a story in the Huffington Post from December 22, 2013 by Christina Wilkie. The title of the article at HuffPo is – what a surprise! – word for word, exactly the same as the headline of the Almighty Media post.

And that’s not all that’s exactly the same.

But don’t take my word for it.  See for yourself.  In fact, go right ahead and do what I did next.  Lay both stories side by side.

The story at Almighty Media matches the Huffington Post story exactly. Word for word.  Except one is credited to Christina Wilkie, and the other is credited as the original work of “Wild Bill” of Almighty Media, even though it was published two full days later.

Although to be completely fair, there is a link to the HuffPo story at the bottom of the Almighty Media post, just in case anyone wanted to click it and read the exact same story twice.

I think there’s a word for that…


Finally, I looked at Wild Bill’s 12/24/2013 story at Almighty Media entitled 2014 Senate Races Tightened By Rough Health Law Fallout (and boy, doesn’t that headline just roll off the tongue?). This was another post of sufficient length that I could grab a random paragraph.  So I looked at paragraph 9

Not even 7,000 Michigan residents had enrolled through the federal insurance exchange as of Nov. 30, according to U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. That number is expected to increase, but the early glitches kept sign-ups well below expectations.

I submitted this text to Google and what should come up?

59,400 hits, the top entry being Breitbart.com!

Breitbart.com?  Evil, hateful, white supremacist Breitbart.com?

Where the first words in the post are

(AP) Rough health law fallout tightens key Senate races
By THOMAS BEAUMONT
Associated Press
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.

That looks suspiciously like “CREDIT WHERE CREDIT IS DUE” from evil, hateful, white supremacist, alt-right (and oh yeah, ETHICAL) Breitbart.com.

And it looks like comparing that story’s 8th paragraph

Not even 7,000 Michigan residents had enrolled through the federal insurance exchange as of Nov. 30, according to U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. That number is expected to increase, but the early glitches kept sign-ups well below expectations.

to Wild Bill’s 9th paragraph shows another word for word identical match.

Weird.

A close examination shows that Breitbart.com cut the fourth graf from the story.  I believe this is common practice with AP subscribers.  Just like noting that a story is from the AP wire service and who authored it, which Breitbart did in this case.

As did the Omaha World-Herald when they published the story one day prior to Almighty Media.

So did the Grand Junction Daily Sentinel when it published three days before Almighty Media.

And KATU Channel 2 in Portland, Oregon one day before that.

And the Denver Post on December 22nd.

All exactly the same story.

But don’t take my word for it.  See for yourself.  In fact, go right ahead and do what I did next.  Lay both stories side by side.

The story at Almighty Media matches the AP story exactly. Word for word.  Except that several versions online are credited to the Associated Press generally and Tom Beaumont specifically (even by the evil Breitbart.com!), while only one is credited as the original work of “Wild Bill” of Almighty Media, even though it was published several days later.

I think there’s a word for that…


Now, once more I want to be crystal clear and say that I have not one single piece of evidence that the DUMBFUCK known as “Wild Bill” who plagiarized EVERY SINGLE STORY posted at Almighty Media is the same DUMBFUCK bumbling around Iowa calling himself Bill Schmalfeldt.

Get that idea right out of your head.  I am most definitely not saying that “Wild Bill” the plagiarist at Almighty Media is Bill Schmalfeldt, the well known GS-13, 30 years of experience plagiarist we all know and love (to mock).

He might be.  There is certainly enough circumstantial evidence in the common knowledge that he has long been associated with, and may in fact be an integral part of the ongoing EPIC FAIL that is Team Kimberlin, to suggest that it is true.

But it could just as easily be the Poodle.

I don’t know.

The only thing I can say for sure is that Team Kimberlin sure lovez them some plagiarizm!

Yes, they do.

And remember:

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Author: Paul Krendler

The Thinking Man's Zombie

23 thoughts on “You Can’t Make This Stuff Up”

  1. There's a word that perfectly describes Billy the Skid's constant projection.

    Queer.

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      1. Come to think of it, this was inevitable. Projection and hypocrisy and of course, lying are the true hallmarks of Buxom Billie's character, as demonstrated most amply, not by his moobs, but by hatefully denouncing anyone and everyone even slightly to his political right as hateful.

        If it weren't for double standards he'd have none at all.

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  2. Exactly the same. Word for word. Except one is credited to Barton Gellman of the Washington Post, and the other is credited as the original work of “Wild Bill” of Almighty Media.

    Published one day later.

    I think there’s a word for that…

    The word we uneducated hicks use is "stealing".

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  3. Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat? Say it ain't so! Why Bill Schmalfeldt...I mean Wild Bill would never just STEAL content and pass it off as his own would he? I am very disappointed in that turd sniffing asshole...I mean Wild Bill.

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  4. You would think that a guy with a GS-13 rating could come up with his own content.

    I'm almost willing to bet that the products he produced for the government may have also been plagiarized (stolen) from other sources and cobbled together and he presented it as his own.

    I am thinking the government should take a look at this since Bill is a known liar, thief, plagiarizer, forger, and rapist. Someone needs to investigate Schmalfeldt from his new dwelling..

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  5. "Ali Akbar is a conservative political consultant currently advising numerous candidates. Lee Stranahan is a wildly successful author and political commentator and now guest host of a sirius sat talk show. Stacy Mccain is a successful author of actual selling books. Aaron Walker has represented several clients recently in Va and has rebuilt a practice in civil and criminal law. JOHN HOGES blog continues to receive rave reviews and millions of page hits. Father Paul Lemmen has rebuilt his life, and continues to he active in his community.

    None of these people BTW have run to Iceland to escape justice"

    Left the above comment which was blocked again at BU

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    1. What makes this even funnier is his tweet "Hoggy never publishes comments he doesn't like. Publish your comments at BU". Bwhahahahahaha. Bill deletes more comments than he lets stay up. If his socks...I mean commenters don't agree with him he trashes every comment like the sniveling coward he is.

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      1. Refuses all comments not made by himself, blocks all non-sycophants (means "suck up" GS13 boy) on Twitter, demands access to other peoples blogs so he shout impotent orders, and all other manner of lame sauce childish petulance.

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  6. The only time Bill Schmalfeldt shows ANY creative writing skills is when he is dreaming up new legal theories (like asking a STATE court judge to transfer a STATE lawsuit to another STATE), or telling lies in court documents. Even then, he has stolen, word for word, actual lawyers work, and inserted it into his briefs (and we all know how he likes to put things in his briefs).

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      1. The only time Bill's prose really sings is when the subject is the sexual assault of children.

        I guess those seminars were right. Write what you know!

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    1. "... (and we all know how he likes to put things in his briefs)."

      "The Mystery of the Butt Crack Kibble"

      http://archive.is/4TGVV

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