So Bill Schmalfeldt is on twitter claiming that the defendants in his latest lawsuit have prevented him from living his remaining days in happiness.
Bill tweets this:
His new affirmative position is “targeting South Carolina landlords” and it’s based on the principle that if someone were to do a Google search on him, all that comes up are the lies told by the defendants in his latest lawsuit.
The “flaw” here is that any information on the internet that exists has been there WELL before he moved to South Carolina. Going to be hard to use the argument that all the hate on the internet is directly targeting South Carolina. In fact, he lost that argument in Wisconsin and will lose it here.
Let’s talk about the harm from this tweet.
The image in the upper left is of a blog post from a realty company in Texas. What does that have to do with South Carolina?
The image in the upper right is just a post someone made about using Google to do background checks for potential renters. So what?
The lower left image is a statement from this website and has nothing to do with South Carolina.
The lower right image comes from this website about how to screen for tenants. Again, nothing to do with South Carolina.
None of these come from the place he applied to rent. In fact, he doesn’t even share the name of the place that rejected him. He doesn’t share his actual rejection notice and is just throwing up a bunch of articles about landlord practices, none of which has any connection with his own situation.
In short, this is probably another one of his ruses because he got rejected for other reasons OR he is trying to establish a wall that his case satisfies jurisdiction.
He always does this when he lacks real evidence and usually gets caught. His real purpose may be in trying to convince defendants their case is now harder, probably because he started thinking about how weak his case is.
In reality, he’s now made his case much harder and given defendants a lot more help in their motions.
But, as usual, he’s counting his dollars before the case even starts.