Well, that didn’t long. As predicted, Hoge is once again talking about his motion that he said not more than a mere 24 hours ago he wasn’t going to further comment on until it was ruled on.
I tell you, the man can’t help himself.
This is an obvious case of whistling past the graveyard. Notice the grand pronouncement of Brett Kimberlin neglecting to contest any of the allegations of points of law that Hoge presented?
That’s interesting to me because I can’t for the life of me figure out what points of law Hoge thinks he has on his side that allows him to call Brett Kimberlin a pedophile or a terrorist.
You know – serious libel.
Does he not realize that Michael Mann’s defamation suit against National Review is going forward because one of their writers simply compared Michael Mann to Jerry Sandusky? Not that they actually called Michael a child molesting pedophile, but that they just outright said he “raped” the science like Jerry Sandusky raped kids.
For this, National Review is going to be sued into oblivion. My bet is that National Review will most likely settle before it gets to that point but the settlement cost will be ruinous to the publication.
And that’s just for comparing Michael Mann to Jerry Sandusky! I can’t imagine what the stakes are going to be for Hoge who has outright called Brett Kimberlin a pedophile, as has Aaron Walker:
No, he didn’t compare Brett Kimberlin to a pedophile in this blog – he actually says Brett Kimberlin is a pedophile.
After reading Hoge’s motion, it’s obvious that this is more of his famed margin measuring skills at work, the same margin measuring skills that worked out so well the last time.
The mockery continues…