Remember international Everybody Blog About Brett Kimberlin Day,” last May? It was precipitated by the domestic terrorist’s campaign of intimidation against conserve bloggers such as  R.S. McCain, Aaron Worthing, Liberty Chick, Patterico,  and others. Eventually Kimberlin’s cronies went after Ali Akbar and even went after me

The guy even has a website dedicated to trashing Andrew
Brietbart (he went after Andrew while he was alive also), Kimberlin has
as site called Breitbart Unmasked which I will not grace with a link.

National Bloggers club President Ali Akbar posted this today about Kimberlin’s next target–Blog Bash:

Now Kimberlin and his cronies are trying to Occupy Blog Bash. They’ve threatened our venue and our partners.

I kid you not, but Brett Kimberlin is back and so is his hacker Neal Rauhauser. Kimberlin is a convicted perjurer and bomber. Did I mention that he plotted to kill the witnesses, prosecutor, and judge who were responsible for his imprisonment? Now, supporters of Kimberlin are after bloggers.

Last year in a saga that played out like a movie, they destroyed part of my consulting business. Why? Because as President of the National Bloggers Club, I answered a distressed call from member Robert Stacy McCain whose family was forced to move because of harassment by Kimberlin himself and when Board member Michelle Malkin called me and asked what we, the Bloggers Club, could do to help offset some of blogger Aaron Walker’s legal fees. Aaron and his wife lost their jobs because Kimberlin harassed their employer. I jumped at the chance to help friends and we raised thousands of dollars that went to bloggers, security software, and legal fees.

Then Neal Rauhauser who is/was a contractor for Kimberlin’s liberal non-profit (funded by George Soros and Barbra Streisand) came after me. They attacked my mother, my brothers, and posted crude pictures of me all over the web. They destroyed what my life once was. When I tried cowering down and resigning, Malkin and a call from former liberal activist Brandon Darby held the line. The days I want to give up, I’m reminded of our cause and our friends.

It’s simple: Kimberlin is evil, regardless of his radical leftist political views, and he hates being exposed.

My Blog Bash staff and I have been monitoring their online chatter for weeks now. They’ve harassed our sponsors, tried hacking into our personal Twitter and Facebook accounts, and now they’re trying to stop the National Bloggers Club from hosting our annual gathering of bloggers, Blog Bash.

The venue received a call from a man yesterday. Guess what his name is? “Neal.”

He called to gather information about Blog Bash, knowing that all of us will be in one room for the first time ever. He tried scaring them. This is harassment and nothing short of a threat.

Brett Kimberlin is dangerous and we’re taking the threat seriously. His nexus is directly attacking our First Amendment rights — the ability to peacefully assemble and speak the truth.

They’re trying to put pressure on our venue to drop the largest gathering of center-right bloggers and our allies. The work we all do as bloggers is groundbreaking.

I’ve notified our lawyers, the CPAC organizers, and am working with our contracted security firm, local police, and Congressional offices to address the threats brought by supporters of domestic terrorist Brett Kimberlin and “Neal.” I’ve also made the other Kimberlin victims aware of the full details of what we’ve been monitoring for weeks. “Neal” cannot outplay all of us standing together.

Did I mention that the National Bloggers Club paid for and will be distributing 5,000 physical flyers at CPAC to all attendees? Oops.

We will not be silenced. We will continue to fight for the truth. And we will have a great celebration of Blogging next Thursday night.

Want to piss them off? Donate a few bucks to the National Bloggers Club today. Or, sign the form at the bottom of the page so we can keep you updated on Brett Kimberlin and Neal Rauhauser.

UPDATE: Stacy McCain is on the story.

UPDATE: Too Twitchy is on the story also