I’m thinking the magistrate liked my gifs…
But the magistrate did visit the site!
From the Magistrate’s recommendation:
In an effort to address these considerations, Plaintiff cites to seven posts that he argues show that this court may exercise personal jurisdiction over Defendants. ECF No. 46 at 4-6. The post relied on by Plaintiff that comes closest to a South Carolina connection is the one post allegedly by Defendant Grady wherein he claims to have “e-mailed-blasted every landlord in the entire state of South Carolina . . . and reminded them the Step 1 of any background check is run a credit report on any prospective tenant . . . .” https://sonoranconservative.com/2017/07/18/help-me-i-need-a-medic/comment-page-1. However, a close examination of that post discloses no direct reference to Plaintiff in the alleged “e-mail blast” to “every landlord,” nor does Plaintiff provide any evidence showing that any landlord even received such an e-mail or that Plaintiff was denied housing in South Carolina based on that post or on any other posts by any Defendant. As a result, this court can only speculate as to whether Defendant Grady even sent the alleged e-mail or whether any person or entity in South Carolina even read the blog posts on which Plaintiff relies.
This was in reference to a comment made by Paul Krendler the magistrate believed would come the closest to meeting the barest of minimum possible jurisdiction and then possibly consider other technical issues. Alas, his efforts fell flat on its face in front of the Constitution.
The result: No homes, children, wives, or other property will be changing hands this year.