Credit to the Facebook group Alaskan Bush People Exposed for researching and allowing me to reprint their findings here.
Oh you Brownklownz… Is there no end to your bullshit stories and claims to fame? Do you realize that most people weren’t home-skooled by a penniless grifter and a dead-behind-the-eyes high school dropout and are able to perform basic research to uncover your den of lies? Case in point, the family “hero” Texas sheriff M.K. Brownie Brown.
Back in December, 2016, during the first “Bullshit Christmas” Special, we learned about the family legend from Scami:
Scami spins a tale of Brownklown history as she talks about BullshitBilly’s grandfather being a sheriff that was asked to be part of the Bonnie and Clyde ambush team, but he declined. He said he didn’t believe in ‘ambushes’. Being a Brown he probably didn’t believe in WORK. I’m sure it’s phony, just like the rest of the Brownklown ‘stories’.
As with anything that comes out of their mouths, it’s total bullshit. The famous ambush of Bonnie and Clyde happened in 1934. However, a newspaper article from 1927 says that he was “until recently” a deputy in the Sheriff’s department. The interesting thing about these news articles isn’t the date or even the fact he was never a sheriff, it’s the fact that he has been arrested and charged with numerous crimes. Big surprise.
There are a few other articles that chronicle the rich nefarious history of the Brownklown’z famous lawman, but I guess none of the Brownklown chuds can be bothered to do any research before spouting a bunch of lies.
NoDuh even sent out a birthday greeting to the felonious Brownklown ancestor. I guess he’s going out of his way to show how ‘qualified’ he is to be sheriff since someone a long time ago in his family managed to be a deputy for a short time before being let go because of various crimes.
So what now for America’s favorite vertically-challenged, spur wearing self proclaimed genius? I would start with finding a new role model.
Here are more newspaper clippings documenting “Brownie” Brown’s numerous brushes with the law: