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Hitler Finds Out, Again ...

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They're All Too Tall (MST3KU 38)

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Does Brett Measure Up? No. 3

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In Their Own Words

Whether spouting bogus predictions, ignoring their Leader’s past, “encouraging” others to do likewise, or hoping to piggyback on his lawfare …

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More Than Twice As Hard

Brett whined about his face being photoshopped onto a Nazi uniform in his nonsensical copyright lawsuit against the Original Kimberlin Unmasked. What has that lawsuit bought him? More Streisand Effect, that’s what.

Brett can sue, but he can’t hide his past. Brett can sue, but he can’t stop people from publicizing his present activities. Brett can sue, but he can’t win.

Downfall of Lawfare

Brett didn’t like his face on a Hitler Youth uniform. No problem. We’ve promoted him to the big guy himself and made him the star of his own Downfall parodies. And his buddies are all getting supporting roles: Rauhauser as Goebbels, Mr. Bill as Bormann, Bunny Boy as Burgdorf, and others to follow.
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Finger Pointing

Brett’s big plans fail. Whether it’s smuggling 5+ tons of dope or engaging in lawfare, he comes up short.

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Brett Haz Sad ...

Brett Haz Sad

The Hogie-Wan image is from the Original Kimberlin Unmasked and is used without permission.
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Hitler Finds Out ...

Hitler Finds Out
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In the Brettbunker

Brettbunker Rage

And there are more Downfall themed posts to come.
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Res Judicata

Imagine the scene in the Brettbunker (aka, Mom’s Basement) when Brett finds out that the legal doctrine of res judicata applies in his federal racketeering lawsuit to the defendants who beat him in state court. That doctrine says that once a matter is decided, it’s decided. Final decisions are final and not to be tried again in another court.

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A Postcard From Berlin

Brett complained in his ridiculous copyright lawsuit that the Original Kimberlin Unmasked had been “superimposing Plaintiff’s face on to other backgrounds, for example in a Nazi uniform.”

We’ve found some interesting stills from the movie “Downfall” …

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