Stacy McCain and others have been battling this disturbed individual, who seems to have an over active imagination and an unquenchable thirst for attention, and a love of portraying himself as a victim after he launches attacks at anyone that comes in his crosshairs. To be honest, I find Schmalfeldt both sad and pathetic, and, of course, a coward who thinks he ought to sue anyone who speaks ill of him. I wish Schmalfeldt could find an outlet for his obsessive behavior, maybe a new haircut?
Likely not, as Stacy McCain explains about the little internet troll that couldn’t
“Let’s talk about R.S. McCain, as well — Robert Stacy McCain. Here he writes column after column after column about me, in which he refers to me in the most defamatory ways, about being deranged . . . and he takes that picture of me that was taken several days after surgery . . . crops it to make me look positively demonic, and then when I ask him to denounce this death threat, I get a ‘don’t contact me’ e-mail back. Where’s your humanity?”
– Bill Schmalfeldt, Feb. 20 podcast
“Stranahan would f–k you up the a– while picking your pocket, then wipe his d–k on your t-shirt.”
– Bill Schmalfeldt, Feb. 11 on Twitter
Perhaps there is no need to point out the contrast between Schmalfeldt in attack mode and Schmalfeldt in victim mode. Da Tech Guy isn’t buying Schmalfeldt’s fainting-couch act:
Really, you have a guy on twitter with under 150 followers who has his tweets “protected” and people are trying to silence him? Who is actually going to pay money to silence somebody that nobody hears?
The demonstrable insignificance of Bill Schmalfeldt certainly provokes the question, “Why does anybody even notice him?” And the answer is, because of his relentless harassment, he requires attention — preferably, the attention of qualified professionals in the field of forensic psychology, but until such time as the profilers at Quantico take an interest, he’ll just have to settle for whatever attention he gets.
Remember that kid that pestered everyone just to try and get attention? That little bastard grew up to be Bill Schmalfeldt. A man suffering from the dreaded malady Look-At-Me-Itis