Brett Kimberlin — amazing musical talent
Posted by mesablue on May 26, 2012
All those years in prison made Brett Kimberlin an angsty boy with a horrible penchant for really bad rap.
It appears that sometime around 2006, several years after Kimberlin was released from prison, he joined a band named Op-Critical. The band’s music can best be described as liberal alternative rock and they claim some of it has been featured at ACLU and Amnesty International events. Their music mirrors that of other little known liberal bands who trashed bush in the later part of his presidency and would be unremarkable if it weren’t for the fact that one of the guys playing guitar and singing is a violent criminal.
Take, for instance, the Op-Critical song titled Fear. The song describes Americans being fearful and “thinking that the plastic bag maybe isn’t innocent” and how that undue fear is being used by Bush to control them. The lyrics mocking the fear of terrorist attacks would, again, be unremarkable for a late 2000s liberal band if they weren’t sung by a man convicted of setting off bombs in a small American town and the music video didn’t feature that bomber lurking around the Cleveland Park DC Metro station complete with shots of an unattended bag.
Horrible music videos — linky.
Thanks to MRC TV.
Now I can understand all of the money donated to Kimberlin’s “music” project — Barbara Streisand can spot talent from light years away.
Where do I sign up?
Small Dead Animals (blast from the past).
Bob Owens. Say no more.
And of course, a couple of the big boys:
Ed Morrisey @ Hotair, worth a read in it’s own right.
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