Exposed: Jeromie Williams Confesses to Crystal Meth Addiction

Jeromie WilliamsJeromie WilliamsAccording to our very reliable sources, the criminal fraud artist Jeromie Williams is a “pretty heavy pot user” and an alcoholic, who regularly drinks Jameson whiskey for lunch. There have been suggestions that he is guilty of abuse of more serious drugs, such as heroin or cocaine, but only limited evidence.

Until now.

Today, for the first time we are able to confirm that Jeromie Williams has claimed to have a long-term addiction to crystal methamphetamine, and has been “self medicating in a very recreational way” for the past six months. He also affirmed that he is utterly without shame or remorse for what he has done.

Here is his confession:

Bizarrely, Jeromie added that “over the past few months when I was having financial problems, the drugs weren’t a factor in me spending money on them instead of necessities. I simply partook with other people.” He claimed he ultimately decided it would be best to “stop holding the secret inside of me” after he spent $100 on meth “when I haven’t even gotten rent together.”

I wonder if Todd van der Heyden realised, four years ago, as he was telling Jeromie about the “tough road back for Crystal Meth addicts,” that he was actually speaking to one.

A few points:

It’s likely Jeromie Williams spent some or all of the money he stole/embezzled from animal rescuers on illicit drugs, including crystal meth.

Recall Jeromie’s comments on addicts last September on the HuffPo site:


We’re not entirely sure how Jeromie’s frauds and scams are very “productive to society,” especially considering the fact that he’s a longtime recipient of “government support” (he even expects the government to buy him crack pipes), and as it turns out we’re not alone. Another commenter asked where Jeromie makes the money necessary to support his addiction:

And now, it seems painfully obvious that Jeromie did, indeed, steal for his drugs, in part through a series of ChipIn scams. For example:

  • Jeromie promised in early 2012 that all funds raised via his ChipIn account would go to Operation Sled Dogs (OSD), a group which was trying to rescue over 25 Huskies from a dog sledding company owner in Quebec. Unfortunately, he used the $6,180.84 that was donated as leverage to try to take over the entire rescue himself, harassed the driver, and alienated everyone, nearly getting the dogs killed in the process. He then refused to transfer the money, harassed, threatened and slandered the group, and sent them ransom letters with pictures of their money (see right). A petition and other public pressure were successful in recovering only $4,000, in part because of guarantees made by others.
  • Jeromie set up a ChipIn account in late 2011 to support medical care for a certain dog. While $2,777 was raised for the Linda Blair World Heart Foundation, Jeromie apparently donated as little as $1,600. Noting this discrepancy, Liz Schiavone asked that people donate directly to the Foundation.
  • Similarly, Jeromie set up a ChipIn account to assist puppy mill victims, which raised $3,544 for the Humane Society International in Canada in late 2011. Only $3,000 was donated.

The timeframe is clear: Jeromie withheld funds from OSD in mid-2012, and, by his own admission, began “struggling” with his meth addition six months before November 30, 2013 (approximately May 30, 2013). In other words, about a year after he sent his ransom note to OSD (including a picture of US$1,800), he claims he was addicted to crystal meth.

Unfortunately, as we have noted before, it is not worth it for the victims to sue, because there is simply no money left for them to recover.

Jeromie’s history of harassment and threats may have been fuelled by crystal meth.

At least, that is what Jeromie himself claimed:

“one instance where I know [meth] fully and completely played apart [sic.] Was that night I went off on [another writer] for two days.”

Last week, we revealed that Jeromie, currently an author for the group “Americans Against the Tea Party,” was fired in December by the Editor-in-Chief of, Tiffany Willis, following a truly astonishing amount of harassment, slander, rule-breaking, shoddy work, and general troublemaking. And this was fully consistent with his history of criminal harassment in his previous positions, including workplace and sexual harassment against other Playboy and Gaily employees, cyberstalking, harassing and threatening Kim Johnston and her sons, harassing and threatening the animal rescuers at Operation Sled Dogs, and so on.

Crystal meth, for those unfamiliar with the popular AMC show Breaking Bad, is a highly addictive neurotoxin, aphrodisiac, euphoriant and psychostimulant. It was first developed in Germany and Japan, and used extensively by Nazi and Imperial Japanese soldiers during World War II (it was then known as “pervitin”). Kamikaze pilots, in particular, were given very large doses before their suicide missions, because the drug “creates a false sense of happiness and well-being.”

Today the drug is used recreationally “to increase sexual desire, lift the mood, and increase energy, allowing some users to engage in sexual activity continuously for several days straight.” Recreational use is particularly prevalent amongst gay men who use internet dating sites to arrange to meet for “party and play” (PNP).

In the short term, side effects include “erratic and even violent behavior,” loss of appetite, irregular sleeping patterns, severe mood swings, unpredictable behaviour, among others. Long term use notoriously causes even more serious health conditions, such as potential heart, liver, kidney and brain damage, loss of appetite, and psychological problems ranging from homicidal thoughts to severe anxiety, paranoia, insomnia, memory loss, and of course, more “aggression [and] psychotic behavior.”


This could certainly explain a lot, beginning with Jeromie’s history of erratic, violent, aggressive and psychotic behaviour, and in particular, his threats against animal rescuers (listen here), Kim Johnston and I, Alison Mednick Buzzotta Hector, and so on.

Ms. Willis put it best:

“I regret having to use your confession to me against you, but knowing what I now know, it’s all very clear. I’ve told every addict and drunk I’ve ever lived with: ‘you wake up and forget and you’re sorry for stuff you may or may not even be fully aware of, and you don’t realize the pain you’ve caused. Because you’re genuinely sorry, you expect that others should just celebrate that Mr. Fabulous is back. Here’s the thing: we were all fully straight and sober and it’s not so easy for us to forget.'”

Addiction and Pathological Lying: The chicken or the egg?

It is commonly understood, firstly, that “pathological lying can arise in tandem with wanting to hide an alcoholic or drug addiction,” and secondly, that when pathological liars do something wrong, they “will do whatever is necessary to avoid blame––that means fabricating a story.”

In other words, we do not know whether the crystal meth turned Jeromie into a pathological liar, or, being a pathological liar, he lied about a four-year, nearly-fatal struggle with crystal meth addiction in order to avoid blame, or at least, to make excuses for his otherwise inexcusable bad behaviour, and get second (and third) chances from sympathetic employers who either had an incredible capacity for forgiveness (as at, or their own history with addiction problems (Pet Pardons).

However, given his history of defending addicts, we are somewhat skeptical of Jeromie’s promise to stop:

Our skepticism deepened when one of our associates pointed out that, in a record-smashing crystal meth drug bust in Montreal only two weeks before the posts above, police seized 15 kilograms of crystal meth from a building only about three miles from Jeromie’s apartment. Montreal police inspector Mario Desmarais explained that the previous record was one kilogram, and an amount so large would definitely have an enormous impact on the local illicit drug market.

In other words, if Jeromie “stopped” abusing crystal meth in late November, the likely reason is that either none was available to buy, or that he couldn’t afford to pay the increased prices for whatever the police didn’t seize. And yet, being a pathological liar, he effortlessly spun this into an heroic tale, wherein he has a “long long talk with [him]self” and realises he must quit crystal meth in order to restore his “accountability to others.”

The symptoms of withdrawal from crystal meth include lethargy: “the average addict will do little more than sleep and eat for the first week, or even two, after quitting the drug.” And, sure enough…

As Gus Fring said, “you can never trust a drug addict.” Or, obviously, a pathological liar.

It appears that Jeromie Williams is both.

Which brings us to #4…

Jeromie Williams Does Meth… er, CrossFit.

In May 2013, at roughly the same time he claimed to be struggling with his meth addiction, Jeromie started a blog, Jeromie Williams Does CrossFit, about “A year in the life of one guy transforming his body and his life.”

Jeromie offers the “secret” to how he lost 25 pounds: “Eat a damn salad.” He has “recently started taking a much more active role in my diet and my health,” he explains.

The reality is, of course, a little different. As we noted above, crystal meth causes a loss of appetite, and often a fairly rapid loss of weight. This diet is sometimes known as “riding the snake.”

And yet, of course, Jeromie portrayed himself as a hero for throwing some junk food in the trash.

He also claimed that “The first thing I did was to immediately cut all alcohol consumption from my diet,” though he regularly posts pictures of the Jameson whiskey he’s drinking.

Possession of crystal meth is a serious criminal offence.

Our Canadian lawyer advises that it is a serious criminal offence to possess crystal meth in Canada. Unlike marijuana, meth is listed in Schedule I of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, and punishment ranges from imprisonment for six months (for a first offence), one year (for a second offence), up to seven years for subsequent offences.

Last week, we revealed that Jeromie also committed “mischief in relation to data” by stealing/deleting an email database at, and sent what appears could be child pornography to the Editor-in-Chief, Tiffany Willis, and other senior staff there. Apparently he also violated the U.S. Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (18 U.S.C. § 1030), as well as many state laws.

This, combined with his previous record of criminal harassment, uttering threats, intimidation, fraud, and theft/embezzlement, represents a fairly extensive history of criminal behaviour.

It is a history with which theowners” of Americans Against the Tea Party (AATTP) have been apprised, and yet they continue to employ Jeromie as an “author,” despite their “no tolerance policy for comments containing racism, personal attacks, vulgarity, profanity or threats.”

They also allow Jeromie to describe himself, on their site, as a “consummate champion for equality and education” who “enjoys putting a boot in the ass of the ignorant and the intolerant every chance he gets.”

Except, obviously, his own ignorant and intolerant ass.

Fortunately this site exists to do it for him.

UPDATE (February 1, 2014): Jeromie has posted a bizarre video on YouTube in which he burns various items in his apartment (including a wine bottle and beer can) with a lighter to disprove an even more bizarre conspiracy theory about fake snow (which, I think it’s fair to say, even the vast majority of conspiracy theorists would dismiss out of hand). At 1:37 he admits “I must be an alcoholic.”

Apparently, AATTP author John Prager asked Jeromie to make this video because he’s a “nice Canadian” who conservatives “just might trust.” For what it’s worth, John, Jeromie is not a very nice Canadian, and anyone who trusts him is making a mistake that they will come to regret. But please don’t take my word for it, ask the liberal news sites that have fired Jeromie, like Liberal America (Tiffany Willis), Restoring Sanity, Liberals Unite, Addicting Info, Young Progressive Voices, or The Gaily. Or, ask the women he’s harassed and threatened, stolen thousands of dollars from, called “saggy titted cunts,” or “chink” or compared to hookers. Maybe I’m wrong, but this doesn’t seem like very “liberal” behaviour.

UPDATE II (March 10, 2014): Perhaps Jeromie is trying for a “nice meth face”?

Jeromie Williams Attacks Christians, Mormons

Today we call attention to the vile anti-Christian and, specifically, anti-Mormon, hate speech that the criminal fraud artist Jeromie Williams has spewed throughout Facebook.

For example, Jeromie writes that:

  • Mormons are all “agents of deception” who “prey on vulnerable minorities and lonely immigrants exclusively” “like ravenous lions” using an “extremely sneaky, underhanded and predatory system” of “brainwashing.”
  • Mormons have “no back bone, no true belief in their work, and skulk about in the shadows of humanity preying on innocent and decent people.”
  • Mormons are “stupid” and are “going to make some pretty bad choices in [their] life.” And: “Being stupid enough to be Mormon, is the first bad choice.”

Of course, this disgusting bigotry is nothing new for Jeromie Williams, who ironically has a long history of xenophobia and racism himself, particularly against Asians.

He has argued that it’s okay to call Chinese people “chinks,” and as an editor at Pet Pardons News, he published and promoted a series of articles that fearmongered about poison dog food from China. He has also fearmongered about killer radiation from Japan, based on the Fukushima hoax.

Here is the full thread:

Jeromie Williams Violates Computer Fraud and Abuse Act

Earlier this week, we revealed that the criminal fraud artist Jeromie Williams, currently an author for the group “Americans Against the Tea Party,” was fired in December by the Editor-in-Chief of, Tiffany Willis, following a truly astonishing amount of harassment, slander, rule-breaking, shoddy work, and general troublemaking.

And of course, Jeromie immediately set about “getting back at” Ms. Willis, just as he had done previously to the Examiner, Playboy, the Gaily, the animal rescuers at Operation Sled Dogs, Kim Johnston, her sons, me, Jacob Daruvala, and so on.

Among other things, Ms. Willis revealed that on November 23, 2013, Jeromie tricked her into providing access to her “editor” email account by promising to “work his magic” and “get LA indexed in Google News” (just as he had earlier done at Pet Pardons News, with disastrous results).

Just over a week later, she had fired him and deleted his posts from her site:

But with her password, “He then proceeded to wipe out the entire email database.” Specifically, “he ended up clearing out my editor email account of all email history. Very unethical and probably illegal.” It is possible he also stole some or all of the email archive before deleting it, perhaps to share with his new employers at Americans Against the Tea Party.

When Ms. Willis noticed this, Jeromie’s “denial” included a cryptic reference to “deleting things,” suggesting that deleting her email archive was a kind of “payback” for deleting his posts:

Ms. Willis responded:

The problem with civil litigation is that Jeromie is judgment proof (that is, broke). However, our friend, a Canadian lawyer who has previously provided legal information to this blog, has identified a potential criminal liability in this case. He suggests that Jeromie could be charged under the Criminal Code of Canada for violating s. 430(1.1), which prohibits “mischief in relation to data.” It applies to anyone who “wilfully destroys or alters data,” or “interrupts or interferes with any person in the lawful use of data or denies access to data to any person who is entitled to access thereto.” According to the Criminal Code, punishment for this offence may include “imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years.”

Moreover, since is based in the United States, Jeromie has also violated U.S. law. In particular, we have been advised by an American lawyer that intentionally accessing, downloading, sharing, and/or deleting computer data (the email archive, in this case) without authorization is a violation of the U.S. Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (18 U.S.C. § 1030), as well as many state laws.

We have strongly urged Ms. Willis to submit a complaint to all relevant authorities, including the FBI and Texas authorities, who will be able to request assistance from Canadian law enforcement agencies such as the RCMP, Sûreté du Québec, and SPVM, which are already familiar with some of Jeromie’s criminal behaviour, including criminal harassment, uttering threats, intimidation, fraud, theft and embezzlement, and now, potentially, possession and distribution of child pornography.

On the plus side for Jeromie, we hear there are a lot of full figured men in prison.

Revealed: Jeromie Williams Wreaked Havoc at Liberal America

As we have previously revealed, the criminal fraud artist Jeromie Williams was fired in December by the Editor-in-Chief of, Tiffany Willis. As usual, he proceeded to slander and threaten her and others at

Not coincidentally, we are now able to reveal more details about why Jeromie, now an author for the group “Americans Against the Tea Party,” was fired in the first place.

In the words of Ms. Willis, from the beginning Jeromie came “into a peaceful organization and wreaked havoc.” In his own words, Jeromie was guilty of “displaying some very aggravating behaviour and fostering a negative climate which … had a detrimental impact on many people.”

He proceeded to do just that. For posterity, and for anyone who receives a job application from this man, here’s what Jeromie did:

He slandered and harassed other writers, particularly women.

Almost immediately after he sent the message above, Jeromie stirred up trouble by (once again) spreading lies and rumors about others, including Ms. Willis, behind their backs. As Ruth and Gary Namie write in The Bully-Free Workplace: Stop Jerks, Weasels, and Snakes From Killing Your Organization, “Two-headed snake-type bullies aim to control their targets by damaging reputations. Rumors are the tools [they] use to circulate false facts throughout the organization” (p. 105).

When he was informed that this is unacceptable, and his services would no longer be required, Jeromie responded by sending Ms. Willis and two of her senior (female) staff emails filled with vile and obscene “shock pornography,” some of which he downloaded from “the Web’s leading repository of crude filth – probably the most reliable source of tastelessness in the history of the Internet.”

  • One picture appears to show a naked underage Asian girl vomiting on another, who is completely covered in vomit. This disgusting and dehumanizing image is consistent with Jeromie’s history of anti-Asian bigotry, including the use and justification of racist epithets like “chink.”
  • Another, an animated gif, shows vaginal penetration by bananas, and though her face is not visible, it appears that the girl in the images could be under 18. If so, Jeromie has violated Canadian and American laws prohibiting the possession and distribution of child pornography.

This has been reported to all relevant authorities. (As we have noted previously, Jeromie Williams also maintains an active account on Stickam, which the New York Times has described as “icky”, and is notorious as a playground for internet predators and pedophiles. He has described himself, using a sock puppet account, as a “sexual deviant” and a “sexual predator” who is sexually aroused by “beautiful…little boys.”)

This disgusting behaviour is fully consistent with Jeromie’s history at In his own words, Jeromie often “allowed [himself] to treat [other writers] in a manner that wasn’t respectful,” and he is “in need of an attitude adjustment” (which obviously never happened). It reached the point where others had to constantly act as peacekeepers, and Ms. Willis had to spend four hours per day dealing with the problems he caused.

This follows a long pattern of criminal harassment in his previous positions, including workplace and sexual harassment against other Playboy and Gaily employees, cyberstalking, harassing and threatening Kim Johnston and her sons, harassing and threatening the animal rescuers at Operation Sled Dogs, and so on. And it follows a long pattern of sexist, misogynistic attacks on many women, like Ms. Johnston, who Jeromie has called a “saggy titted cunt” and “bitch,” and Calgary MP Michelle Rempel, who Jeromie compared to “hookers” and “Russian brides.”

He repeatedly broke the rules.

In fact, Jeromie even broke the rules he recommended himself, and “rigidly” enforced against other writers while he was the “Managing Editor” of the site. Ms. Willis pointed out this hypocrisy to Jeromie on September 13, 2013:

“[Y]ou seem to have different rules that apply to your own stuff. That’s messed up, don’t you think? … The rules, many of which you’ve pushed through and are quick to enforce, apply to you, too, Jeromie … You’re holding others to standards that you don’t hold yourself to.”

As the Namies write, one of the most commonly adopted tactics of the typical workplace bully is to “Make up his…own rules on the fly that even the bully did not follow” (p. 19). “Gatekeeper-type bullies are the prototypical ‘control freaks,'” they explain. “They care less about actual performance than taking sadistic delight in how much control they can exert over a target’s working conditions” (p. 105).

For example:

  • Jeromie insisted that, for SEO reasons, others at Liberal America must rewrite at least 75% of any posts they reused from another site. And yet, he reused posts from his own blog, verbatim, not bothering to change a single word, not even the headline.
  • Jeromie promoted his own blog in the first sentence of some of his Liberal America posts, when there was apparently an understanding that such self-promotion should be limited to the “bio” section at the end of the posts.
  • Similarly, Jeromie abused his Facebook privileges to promote his own blog, and in particular to promote himself (unsuccessfully) in the “Blogger Idol” competition.

Of course, breaking the rules is nothing new for Jeromie Williams. As the “Managing Editor” of Pet Pardons News, he also violated the rules of the organization by posting links to his personal ChipIn accounts using the official Facebook Pet Pardons application. He misused his access to the Pet Pardons twitter account to promote various penny auction site scams. He also repeatedly violated the polices and rules of Google News by using it to spread slanderous lies about others, including Operation Sled Dogs, and in some cases actually incited death threats.

He submitted shoddy work, or none at all.

In his own words, Jeromie was “remised [sic.] in the past in [his] duties.” As we noted above, he often reused posts from his personal blog, and sometimes did not even log in for several days at a time. When confronted, as usual, he made excuses to try to escape accountability: everything from a bad breakup to a broken condom and an AIDS test. This is typical for him:

As Ms. Willis explained to him,

“At ODF, you didn’t get the job done [#3 above]. At LA you got too big for your britches and thought you were above the rules [#2]. And you can’t get along with people [#1]. I’d prefer you not be in any position of authority for that reason. You seem very self-serving … admin rights and authority seem to take you to another place mentally, where you think you’re in control of things and people.”

Exactly. Which brings us to #4…

He agitated for greater admin authority incessantly, and abused the access he had.

As we noted above, Jeromie abused his Facebook privileges to promote his own blog, and in particular to promote himself (unsuccessfully) in the “Blogger Idol” competition on the main Liberal America Facebook page. When he lost his “manager” status on the page, he went on a series of egocentric rants about his hurt feelings. (“It hurts my feelings…I thought maybe it would be nice not to feel like the towel boy watching the rest of the team play together, and hoping the coach would ‘put me in’…”)

He later refused to accept a (richly deserved) demotion “from editor to writer,” despite #1, #2 and #3 above.

But perhaps most egregiously, according to Ms. Willis, Jeromie tricked her into providing access to her “editor” email account by promising to “work his magic” and “get LA indexed in Google News” (just as he had earlier done at Pet Pardons News, with disastrous results). But once he had the password, “He then proceeded to wipe out the entire email database.” Specifically, “he ended up clearing out my editor email account of all email history. Very unethical and probably illegal.” It is possible he also stole some or all of the email archive before deleting it, perhaps to share with his new employers at Americans Against the Tea Party.

From what we can tell, Ms. Willis gave Jeromie more chances than he deserved, and still tried to help him even after he had burned every last bridge at This, apparently, is how he repaid her. Plus slander and threats, of course.

Oh, and more sexism:

Incidentally, one wonders how theowners” of Americans Against the Tea Party (AATTP) would react if a member of the Tea Party spewed such virulent sexism. Or racism. Or death threats. Or stole thousands of dollars from progressive causes like animal rescue and welfare. As it turns out, their website offers a clue:

“The hatred, division, virulent, unpredictable anger, violent threats and posturing by the Tea-Baggers present a real danger … Americans Against The Tea Party is a group committed to exposing the Tea Party’s lies, violence, racism, ignorance, intolerance, bigotry…”

But apparently “hatred, division, virulent, unpredictable anger, violent threats and posturing … lies, violence, racism, ignorance, intolerance, and bigotry” are just fine when they come from AATTP’s own authors. They have ignored all of my emails concerning Jeromie Williams, beginning on December 14, 2013.

He lied about “co-founding” one of Ms. Willis’s sites.

Jeromie told many lies at, but in terms of sheer brazenness, it would be tough to match his claims that he “co founded” one of Ms. Willis’s sites, and that it is “his”:

Naturally, the actual founder of the site, Ms. Willis, did not appreciate this. While she is certainly correct that Jeromie is a pathological narcissist, he is also, quite clearly, a pathological liar (see this list for ten of the many hoaxes he has perpetrated).

This site offers some helpful advice to help spot pathological liars. For example,

Consider whether the person is lying to gain attention. Part of the reason the pathological liar feels compelled to lie is because he or she may feel as though being in the spotlight has eluded them. This person feels that he or she should be the center of everyone’s universe and will do what he or she can to make it happen. Upon tasting the spotlight, it becomes self-reinforcing and the lies grow bigger each time just to keep on being the center of attention. Here are some possibilities:

  • Sympathy attention. The pathological liar feels that his or her problems are paramount to what everyone else is experiencing. From a paper cut to being admonished by a boss or teacher, the pathological liar runs around telling his or her story to anyone and everyone, exaggerating the details to ridiculous proportions in order to gain sympathy from anyone within earshot.
  • Wants to feel important. The pathological liar is the king or queen of the “one upper.” Whatever accomplishment you’ve achieved, they done it better. This person always has to feel superior to you at all times, no matter if it’s in the professional or personal arena.
  • Feels bored. Unfortunately, because this person’s life is not rooted in reality, he or she may become easily bored if drama is not swirling around his or her head. As a result, lies may be fabricated in order to amuse or entertain this person, which unfortunately means that other people become involved and possibly hurt as a result.
  • Insecurity. Low self esteem is one of the biggest reasons why people become pathological liars. Whether they consciously recognize it or not, a pathological liar feels that he or she is not important enough as they are so they must make up accomplishments or events to position themselves as worthy.

And Jeromie has all the bases covered.

  • Sympathy? A horrible breakup (many times) and a broken condom and an AIDS test (many times). Check!
  • Wants to feel important? Not only did Jeromie co-found one of Ms. Willis’s sites, he has “travelled the world” to build hospitals for the poor, vaccinate them, and educate their doctors and nurses (yeah, he actually wrote that). Check!
  • Creates drama to relieve boredom? Check!
  • Making up accomplishments to position himself as worthy? This is a man who nominated himself for a Medal of Bravery via an online form and then included it on his CV, which also includes such gems as “Cooked cheeseburgers with Jack Layton” (Jack Layton served him a cheeseburger once) and “Survived being hit by lightning.” Check!

We will explore these issues further in upcoming posts.

The Quote of the Month

January’s Quote of the Month is from the Editor-in-Chief of, Tiffany Willis, who fired the criminal fraud artist Jeromie Williams in December 2013, for various inappropriate behaviour:

“I’m so glad you have this site and keep up with the things that Jeromie Williams does to people. I wish I had seen your site before hiring him, and I wish I had listened to you when you approached me with this information. I think it’s very important that someone is documenting this stuff. Maybe me sharing my experience with you will help someone else from getting hurt and having their websites and businesses compromised. I hope no one else ever has to go through having themselves or their staff harassed as I have by Jeromie Williams. Anyone who wishes to contact me to verify that these are my words or to ask other questions about Jeromie Williams can do so at”

As this site has documented, Jeromie tried to “get back at” her by accusing her of theft. Specifically, he claimed that he “designed, was never paid for, and gave no permission for them to use” the logo. The truth is that a professional designed the logo, was paid, and gave permission, and Jeromie’s input into the process was negligible. He continues to make threats and demand payment for work he never performed.

Sickening: Jeromie Williams Posts Gravestones for Tea Party Leaders

Back in 2012, the pastor Terry Jones created a gravestone (see right) for President Obama. Jones, who is perhaps best known for burning copies of the Quran, was rightly condemned across the political spectrum, including by Republicans from Mitt Romney to Sarah Palin. He has also been questioned by the US Secret Service for what could be interpreted as threats against the president, such as the Obama gravestone.

Well, earlier this morning, the criminal fraud artist Jeromie Williams, now an author for the group “Americans Against the Tea Party,” took a page out of the book-burning pastor Terry Jones’s book, and posted this incredibly disgusting picture of five gravestones in front of Congress: one each for Tea Party leaders Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, John Boehner, Eric Cantor, and Rand Paul:

This is nothing new for Jeromie, who, as this site has documented, has supported disgusting sites like, and the vile “Tea Party Zombies Must Die” game, in which players murder a “Sarah Palin” zombie with a chainsaw. He has described Sarah Palin as a “venomous bobble head” who is “flooding the airwaves with corporate sponsored conservative bullshit.” He even created fake Sarah Palin accounts in an ultimately unsuccessful “Crash the Tea Party” style infiltration attempt.

In 2012, Jason Easley, Editor in Chief of the liberal site PoliticusUSA, wrote that “Obama Hate [Hit] a New Low” with the gravestone: “The message [Terry Jones] is sending is kill Obama. Obama must die.” By that same token, Jeromie Williams appears to be sending the message “Kill Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, John Boehner, Eric Cantor, and Rand Paul. They must die.” At the very least, he’s saying that their deaths would be a “positive thing.”

Now, of course, Jeromie might claim that this is all just a metaphor: he doesn’t want them dead, just their political careers! That, actually, is what Terry Jones claimed. Mr. Easley wasn’t buying it, and neither are we.

Jeromie, we should note, has a lot of experience with death threats: he has condemned them, and, well, made them, many, many times. (You can listen to his threatening voicemail and telephone rants for yourself.)

We urge the United States Capitol Police to investigate, and to take the appropriate measures to ensure that these members of Congress (indeed, all members of Congress) are safe from domestic terrorists and assassins and those, like Jeromie Williams, who try to incite others to violence.

Jeromie Williams Attacks Dan Tencer for Expressing Concern for Injured Police Officers

Yesterday, in Alberta, two police officers were seriously injured in the line of duty. One was shot, and the other was actually run over by a fleeing suspect in a Dodge truck. This officer apparently sustained serious internal injuries, as well as several broken bones.

As you might expect of any decent human being, Dan Tencer of 630 CHED in Edmonton, Alberta, expressed his concern for the officers in a couple of tweets.

What happened next is shocking, although we suspect longtime readers of this blog will not be surprised in the slightest. The criminal fraud artist Jeromie Williams used one of his fake, sock puppet accounts to attack Mr. Tencer:

What might explain Jeromie’s callous disregard for the lives and safety of these police officers?

Well, for one, they’re Albertans, and of course Jeromie hates “our red neck province.” Or, perhaps he suspects the officers were looking for marijuana, and, being a “pretty heavy pot user,” he thinks they got what they deserved. Or, it’s possible that he just hates all police, given that they’re currently investigating him for criminal harassment, uttering threats, intimidation, fraud, and embezzlement.

Whatever the case, it’s pretty obvious who the asshole is here.