There seems to be a disconnect here.
So Schmalfeldt tweeted this dandy.
Someone spammed the owner of KDSN with defamatory lies about him?
I am not aware of anyone who spammed the owner of KDSN. Schmalfeldt’s flair for “Real Housewives” drama is legion.
It is possible someone may have sent a note to the station manager about his new hire and need not have “spammed” him. Maybe the owner took it upon himself, perhaps suggested in a cordial note, to investigate Bill’s online persona.
It’s within the realm of possibilities that someone mailed a large envelope of “Bill’s Greatest Hits”. Even if that happened, other than Schmalfeldt’s own self-serving statements, the station owner could have researched Bill on his own volition. Simply Google “Bill Schmalfeldt” and see his long history of malfeasance.
I will say I have never contacted any potential employer. I wished he was hired even though everyone realizes it would be short.
This brings in another point that warrants analysis.
Schmalfeldt traveled to Albuquerque, New Mexico, back in February and tried not to keep it a secret.
But, he was only there for a few weeks and ended up back in South Carolina. Later, he stated he was hired for a new job:
What happened with the position in New Mexico?
Before Denison, he was hired for a position in North Dakota. It was during that trip he ended up accepting the radio gig. No comment on if he was hired for the publication.
So he alleged being hired for two jobs. Neither worked out and certainly not from sabotage by his “stalkers”.
Is it probable that Bill did not have a job in Albuquerque and was just taking a trip? If no job, why lie? If he accepted a position, what ended his employment? Yes, these are rhetorical questions for those who have watched this saga for a while.
It’s not his “stalkers” that cause him trouble: It’s him. I speculate that once he showed up, his background check revealed a few items requiring further investigation. Even so, I would not be upset if they hired him.
My stand is that he get hired despite his horrible past. Having a job may serve him in the short term, but it hurts his narratives. You can characterize it as “sealing his fate.”