CNN sent out a reporter to a Florida woman’s home to talk about a pro-Trump event that was orchestrated by Russian trolls. Given that CNN is bloodthirsty when it comes to anything involving Trump and Russians, I’m not surprised that they jumped at the opportunity to locate a private citizen, harass her and accuse her of working with the Russians, even if it was unwittingly.
The reporter harassed her and continued to ask her accusatory questions, saying that she was involved with a pro-Trump Facebook group that orchestrated the event, which seemingly was run by Russian trolls.
He accused her of being involved with the Russians, whether she knew it or not. When she defended her fellow Trump supporters who attended the rally, he accused them of being under the “direction of groups that were associated with Russians...”
He then continued accusing her, saying: “But did you realize that you guys were in communication electronically with Russians?"
It’s obvious by that last question that he does not understand what Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein meant when he said: “There is no allegation in this indictment that any American was a knowing participant in this illegal activity. There is no allegation in the indictment that the charged conduct altered the outcome of the 2016 election.”
I know for certain that CNN heard Rosenstein say that. They know that, according to Rosenstein, no American was a knowing participant in this. And yet, they look up and find this woman online, discover her address and accuse her of working with the Russians whether she knew it or not.
What they did is the very definition of doxing someone. Doxing means “to publicly identify or publish private information about (someone) especially as a form of punishment or revenge.”
CNN published her full name (which I won’t share since she’s a PRIVATE CITIZEN and I’m not a piece of garbage like CNN), which led to her being further harassed by online users.
I won’t share most of the comments, since they’re all pretty nasty coming from nasty people, but here are just a few:
“You should be hanged for treason!!!”
“In my opinion you should be tried for collusion with Russia. Your ignorance and inability to realize you were promoting Russian propaganda is not a defense. Look at what you’ve done. You should be ashamed of yourself.”
“You disgusting flabby skinned yellow toothed hag. Communist pig. You’re scum.”
That last one confused me a bit, since Hillary is far closer to being a Communist than Trump and his supporters are, but still an overall nasty comment.
Now, there’s a good reason I chose to share these specific comments.
You see, Leftist whacko Michael Moore attended an anti-Trump rally held at the Trump Tower called the “Trump is NOT my president” rally. This rally was also orchestrated by Russian trolls, given what Mueller uncovered for the indictments.
How is it, then, that CNN isn’t going to Michael Moore’s house and accusing him of working with the Russians? How is it that they only went after a Trump supporter and harassed her for being an unwitting participant in a Russian-troll-orchestrated event but choose to ignore that Moore did the same thing and with an even bigger voice given his celebrity status?
By the previous comments’ logic, Moore should be hanged for treason. Moore should be tried for collusion with Russia. The fact that he didn’t know he was part of it shouldn’t be an excuse and he should be ashamed of himself.
Now, since I’m a logical person, I’m not going to use these same tactics on Moore. I don’t think he should be “hanged for treason” or anything of the sort. But then, people shouldn’t suggest the female Trump supporter should be either.
Not to mention the other significant portion of Rosenstein’s revelations. There is no allegation that this altered the outcome of the election. Meaning that this whole ordeal, whether it happened or not, was not going to change the outcome of the election.
Trump won DESPITE Russian meddling in the election. Not to mention that the people recently indicted by Mueller were not part of the Kremlin. They weren’t part of the Russian government.
These Russians organized pro- and anti-Trump rallies to stir up conflict in our election and the American people participated.
The ones who attended the pro-Trump rallies were all ardent Trump supporters, not Russian agents. And the ones who attended anti-Trump rallies were all ardent Trump haters, not Russian agents.
But that’s not the point. The point is that CNN doxed an American citizen, harassed her and accused her of working with the Russians whether she knew it or not and have caused other people online to harass her as well.
CNN, by posting her full name, have made it easier for anyone to find her online profile and the city she lives in (again, I’m not going to share that because it’s private information and I’m not a scumbag like CNN).
Now, the video of the harassment doesn’t say whether or not she gave them permission to post her face or full name. If they didn’t ask and she’s getting harassed in this manner and risks being attacked by someone with better researching skills who could find her exact address, she might be able to sue CNN.
I’m no lawyer, but I know you can’t post someone’s profile like that without permission.
Regardless, it speaks to the disgusting nature of CNN and the Left as a whole for them to find a Trump supporter who’s a private citizen and harass her with accusations and releasing her full name for people to find online and further harass her.
This disgusting act paints CNN for what they are: the Crappiest Name in News. Maybe that’s what CNN stands for.
“Beloved, never avenge yourselves, but leave it to the wrath of God, for it is written, ‘Vengeance is mine, I will repay, says the Lord.’”
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