So Billy Tibbetts has been on a roll (or rather a downward spiral) single we last blogged about him, and I’m just trying to keep up here. While I dig through all the pure internet gold he is providing, let me share some of the emails he has been reading out loud in videos to “expose” Police Chief Michael Stewarts’ “corruption”:
And he assures you 110% that his Stewart stories are real. So you know it’s legit, you guys!
Sure, he wrote one down….because apparently he can’t read emails without his Dad, but they’re real guys. And this is juicy stuff!
So in this one Chief Stewart breaks up a high school party, gets upset and threatens to “burn this motherfucker to the ground.”
Which is, word for word, a scene in the 2001 crime thriller “Training Day”.
Then there’s this shocking incident, where Chief Stewart illegally searches a house and presents a Chinese Menu instead of a search warrant when questioned!
…Which is also from Training Day. Word. For. Word.
So either, Chief Mike Stewart is really 2001 Denezel Washington in the longest scene take of his life, or Billy The Skid sustains himself on a solid diet of lead paint chips and Rubinoff Vodka – you be the judge.
This dumb motherfucking meatball brings so much joy to my life, guys. Seriously. His life is like some sort of real life Sacha Baron Cohen skit and I can’t get enough. He is literally so mentally inept that you can send him scenes from early 2000’s cop movies and he will believe that they are real stories of police corruption in the seaside town of Scituate, MA. Seriously. Even his mother is getting in on the action here and reading emails FOR HIM:
Because Billy cannot survive without direct adult supervision at all times, and even then….he got punked. Dr. Elertson sent that email, Billy. You’re the stupidest man alive, and my God do I love you for it. Please, never change.
Anyway, whoever was brilliant enough to think of doing this to Billy, on behalf of the entire internet, thank you. From the bottom of our hearts. Your creativity, wit, and sacrifice all for the sake our entertainment has truly made the internet a better place. You aren’t the hero we deserve, but damn it, you’re the hero we needed.