Racist Extremist Robert Stacy McCain Given The Boot

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Following up on the right wing extremist Robert Stacy McCain’s booting from his compound. McCain who had been living under a rock out in the Maryland countryside was recently booted from his church compound over what he claims was having to find safety for his family from non-profit activist Brett Kimberlin. McCain, never the one to tell anyone the truth, claims that he was forced from his home yesterday evening in a bid to escape Brett Kimberlin’s supposed violent past, all the while claiming he was threatened by Kimberlin, and had to seek an emergency evacuation from his church compound before the activist Kimberlin could violently attack him. Of course this fabricated story is the type made for McCain and his right wing racist friends, as well as his new BFF Aaron Justin Walker Attorney at Law, who is also in a Maryland court this morning facing the non-profit activist Brett Kimberlin over another Peace Order that Mr. Kimberlin filed over the weekend against Mr. Walker. After the break we have the full uncut version of the story.

 

The spin from McCain and the right wingers who support his racist writings consider a phone call to church leaders a threat. According to sources close to the investigation, Brett Kimberlin, exercising his rights as a citizen of the United States of America, called the leaders of the church that Stacy attends, and in which Stacy lives at, to inquire why he was being targeted by McCain. He also asked them to inquire further what they could do to get Mr. McCain to end his attacks on Mr. Kimberlin. McCain of course tells a different story. According to my sources the church leaders claimed to Mr. Kimberlin after reading several Google entries about McCain’s racism and hatred, that this is NOT what the church was about in its teachings. The church leaders seemed shocked that they had someone of McCain’s background living at their compound and attacking an honest non-profit organization as well as other victims that McCain has attacked on his blog over a long period of time while living on church property: which I might add exposed the church to legal liability.

An opinion floating around the blog-sphere  is that the church quickly realized that their mission in life as well as their teachings about how to live ones life was important to them, and that Robert Stacy McCain had worn out his welcome on their property because of his past vocal racist rants online. One imagines him storming out like he did when he was basically shown the door at the Washington Times when it cleaned house of all the racists who had accumulated there, which caused circulation to drop over their continued racist articles in which many were written by McCain himself. In this case the church seems to have taken proactive steps to protect themselves from legal liability when it came to McCain using their property to spread hate, lies, and disinformation over the years. Of course I think an easy Google search would show that this isn’t the first time that McCain has been in trouble or complained on at the church, and it may have been one of those one more time and your out deals.

Of course I want to think he went out screaming and hollering about his 1st Amendment rights and all that, which is a common rallying call from extremist right wingers who live to fight and offend people online. Either way I love how McCain tried to spin it, as if a small non-profit activist who uses the courts to protect himself would somehow threaten the large and very vocal Robert Stacy McCain and cause him to flee his home for the safety of his family. Of course its also about getting sued and Stacy knows it. He had placed the church in a very sticky legal situation, and I commend the church for taking quick steps to rid themselves of such a racist stink bomb as Robert Stacy McCain. McCain had quickly relocated last night claiming in a post that he was on his way to Vanuatu or some such destination. However I find this highly unlikely. More to the truth he probably moved in with family members who live in the same area, as McCain was only offline for a very short time after he left the compound, and was quickly seen posting again on his blog and on twitter most of the night.

The story is being ginned up to gain a major news organization to follow it. The right wingers have been tweeting every minute for the last week trying to gin up interest in Brett Kimberlin who they have vowed to destroy. So this is just another ploy to gain more interest, and of course be able to claim that they are all being attacked and silenced by liberals, which is a common refrain from right wing extremists who feel they are not being allowed to have a voice, and that others, including liberals, are working hard to suppress their free speech rights.

 

I am sure we will hear more of this story as it goes on.

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  • Me

    The church has no “liability” for anything McCain writes.

    Your story doesn’t make sense.

  • Seventh Day Friend

    Oh yes, liability attaches; he was living on our church compound, some people in the church were aware of his racism and hate prior to his latest attacks, he was using church resources, he possessed weapons on the property in violation of church rules, he was getting money from his wife’s job at the church to promote his hate blog, and he was using the compound to protect him from outsiders. I am a member of the Church and know what is going on with this particular situation right here in Hagerstown, MD. Our lawyers have told us that there is liability. This has gone all the way to the national and international headquarters. We also notified law enforcement officials about Mr. McCain in order to protect ourselves. We have orders from the highest levels to cauterize this matter so it does not spread. We are even discussing bringing legal action against Mr. McCain for harming our reputation. This is a crisis for us and everyone from the top down is doing everything possible to show that Mr. McCain does not represent the teachings or views of the Church. Please have understanding that our Church is good and wholesome.

    • Me

      I don’t believe you. I think you just made it up.

      • Seventh Day Friend

        OK, let me give you a bit of proof. The legal department here at the Church has begun a complete investigation of your conduct, how you were able to live on the campus, all of your blog and Twitter posts, your affiliations, your ties to racist organizations, your firing by the Washington Times, your Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing, your speaking engagements, your participation in right wing conferences, your abuse of alcohol, and your friends and associates. We are looking into your relationship with Aaron Walker and his anti-Muslim website. All of these things that you have done are against the teachings of the Church yet you were doing them on or from Church property. Once our investigation is complete, we will present the report to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for inclusion into their active investigation into criminal activity by several of your associates. So please don’t tell me that you don’t believe me.

        • Me

          First, I don’t live in a church compound, so don’t know who you are saying ” you” to. Second, churches don’t have legal departments that do investigations about whether members abide by their churchy rules, and third, the FBI doesn’t enforce private church rules.

          So, your story is not logical in three ways and does not make sense.

          • Seventh Day Friend

            Mr. McCain, the national headquarters of the Church has a legal department and they are doing an investigation. Compound or campus. There is another element here that we are dealing with that frankly is very troubling to the Church. We have been asked not to discuss this so I will be as forthcoming as I can be without repeating certain things.

            The federal government is using right wing activists as informants to gather intel on extremists. A perfect example of this is Hal Turner.

            The Church has been asked to sweep this case under the rug, so people should understand why. I cannot say anything more.

  • http://twitter.com/rsmccain Emmett Till

    What has happened to this guy is very telling. The Koch Bros. made the Tea Party up out of thin air, but forgot that grassroots orgs need field leaders. The Klan, Storm Front, and in McCain’s case the League of the South appeared to fill that gap.

    Robert Stacy McCain, cyber-beggar. I saw someone say this on Twitter earlier. He has that drunk panhandler’s face, too.

    • http://bour3.com bour3

      Ah. I see I happened into another of the many thousands of dipsh*t hate blogs so badly and fiercely misinformed there is no hope of ever straightening it out. I often wonder how racists who write “racism” in every other sentence and see racism everywhere in other people where it does not exist and slander people with that term endlessly and lie about other people constantly to make their points get on with life but I will never know because I avoid people like you as one avoids plague. *leaves*

      • Pablo

        What’s even more interesting is when those racists who write “racism” in every other sentence are actual killers who have actually killed people. Like Brett Kimberlin.

        • Timb

          Yes, Pablo, because Kimberlin’s criminal past means Stacy is not a racist. Oh, wait, just means there ain’t a racist anywhere you won’t support.

          Your involvement in this made up kerfluffle is just proof of how gullible you are. Can I hope against hope that you’re paying McCain too? Pabo P. Buttercups, friend racist right-wingers everywhere

  • Texas Tim

    Racist McCain, I have done a lot of research on the Seventh Day Adventists after Waco and David Koresh. They spent considerable time and effort distancing themselves from that lunatic. Now they learn that you are living on another compound, stocking weapons, threatening a race war, and hating on Muslims, and they probably did not want another public relations nightmare. The Church paid out millions after Waco, and they were not about to let you start pumping your shotgun while screaming end of times nonsense. You are a total idiot engaging in that conduct and now you, your wife and six kids are totally out of that comfortable environment because you engaged in hate mongering. You failed as a father, a husband and a human being.

    • Timb

      To be fair, you should note, “you continue to fail…” because he failed a long time ago

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