The Tech titans ignore incitement to violence against conservatives

“Doxing” is defined as publishing on the internet private or identifying information about people with malicious intent. People who are doxed have their lives destroyed. Some are attacked so viciously they go into hiding. It’s therefore a dangerous incitement to violence that Don Winslow, a Russiagate conspiracy theorist, has released a video urging people to root out every single Trump supporter in America and target them for destruction. Yet Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube have allowed the video to remain, with the Twitter version having over 4 million views and getting retweeted over 28 thousand times.

The video (which I won’t link but you can find here) shows footage of Trump rallies and explains that all of the attendees are “domestic terrorists.” These domestic terrorists, he says, are hiding in plain sight:

They are hidden among us, disguised behind regular jobs. They are your children’s teachers. They work at supermarkets, malls, doctor’s offices, and many are police officers and soldiers.

That being the case, Winslow intones, “We have to fight back.” The army for this fight is every leftist with a computer:

In this new war, the battlefield has changes. Computers can be more valuable than guns. And this is what we need now more than ever: an army of citizen detectives. I’m proposing we form a citizen army. Our weapons will be computers and cellphones. We, who are monitoring extremists on the internet and reporting our findings to authorities. Remember, before the Navy Seals killed Osama Bin Laden, he had to be found. He was found by a CIA analyst working on a computer thousands of miles away. It’s up to you. Via – American Thinker

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