Atlantic Defends Taylor Lorenz by Claiming Meaning of Doxxing Is Fluid
The Atlantic magazine has come up with a creative but laughable way to defend the extreme doxxing by Washington Post writer Taylor Lorenz, who once was a staff writer at their periodical. Their tactic is to broaden the definition of "doxxing" to make it fluid enough to serve the purposes of liberals. Therefore, according to the Atlantic's semantics game, what the…
Internet Archive 'Excluded' Taylor Lorenz Twitter Profile From Search
A digital library service apparently excluded from its database screenshots of the Twitter account of Washington Post columnist Taylor Lorenz, after Lorenz doxxed the identity and location of an individual who poked fun at leftists on Twitter.
Scalise Slams Twitter for Allowing Doxxing of Conservative
“This is why Big Tech needs big changes,” House Republican Whip Steve Scalise (R-LA) said Tuesday, citing Twitter’s hypocritical censorship practices. Twitter has failed to censor Washington Post Reporter Taylor Lorenz’s tweet linking to an article promising to reveal the identity (“doxxing”) of the person running a conservative account that posts outrageous comments made by liberals…
Editor’s Pick: Twitchy on NBC Reporter Defending Doxxing
On Tuesday, Twitchy’s Sam Janney reported: “Wow, seems like NBC News’ Ben Collins is trying to out-awful Taylor Lorenz.” The article then highlighted a series of nasty tweets sent out by the NBC correspondent defending Washington Post technology reporter Taylor Lorenz doxxing the conservative creator of the popular Libs of Tik Tok social media account.
Carlson Interviews 'Libs of TikTok' After Being Doxxed by Lorenz
After being doxxed by leftist sleazebag and professional victim Taylor Lorenz of the Washington Post, Chaya Raichik, the woman behind the popular Twitter account “Libs of TikTok” appeared on Tucker Carlson Tonight on the Fox News Channel to give an update on how she’s doing.
WashPost Defends Doxxing: 'Comports' With 'Professional Standards'
In a statement penned Tuesday, Washington Post senior managing editor Cameron Barr stepped up to defend hypocritical malefactor Taylor Lorenz after she doxed the owner of the Libs of TikTok Twitter account, including her identity and address, all because she exposed the lunatics, groomers, and general extremists of the left. And rightfully, there was a great public outcry against the…
Rules of Engagement: WashPost, Lorenz Dox Identity of Libs Of TikTok
If you dare to expose the lunatics, groomers, and general extremists of the left (particularly those exposing it to kids) via the videos they themselves put out, The Washington Post and hypocritical malefactor Taylor Lorenz have declared Tuesday it’s okay to run down them, their family, and those on the periphery in an attempt to open them up to retaliation and life-threatening danger…
WashPost's Lorenz Attempts to 'Expose' Woman Behind Libs of TikTok
In a stunning act of hypocrisy, Washington Post columnist and technology reporter Taylor Lorenz who weeks ago cried on national television that people were harassing and threatening her online, reached out to Governor Ron DeSantis’s press secretary Christina Pushaw to help her expose the person behind the popular Twitter account “Libs of TikTok.”
MSNBC Blames Fox, Tucker Carlson For Online Threats, Harassment
As part of a Friday segment on MSNBC's MTP Daily, correspondent Morgan Radford blamed Fox News, Tucker Carlson, and Glenn Greenwald for online death threats and sexual harassment directed at female journalists, which included Washington Post tech columnist Taylor Lorenz tying such attacks to her PTSD.
Hypocritical NYT Tackles Dangerous Threat of Free Speech Suppression
The editorial page of Sunday’s New York Times issued a 2,500-word defense of free expression, “Free Speech Is Under Threat.” Welcome, but overdue and also hypocritical, given the Times’ trend over the last few years of trying to shut down speech it dislikes and that it can’t monitor or control: And don’t wait for the paper to apologize for or acknowledge their role in the…
NY Times, WashPost Adore Online Leftists Who Put the Bull in Bully
Journalists love lefty activists — especially when they are pushing propaganda. The New York Times and Washington Post both celebrated how an online “influencer army” was promoting a “personality-driven campaign” in separate weekend stories.
NY Times's Answer to 'Media' Smears? Smear the GOP, of Course!
Five years after Jim Rutenberg got the ball rolling, New York Times media reporter Marc Tracy publicly angled for even less impartial coverage of conservative political figures in “Trump Is Gone, but the Media’s Misinformation Challenge Is Still Here.” The full deck of online headlines: Should news outlets contextualize false claims made by powerful people? Or ignore them completely?…
WashPost Slimes Tucker Carlson as 'The Bully Pundit'
Friday’s Washington Post splashed a big headline on the front of the Style section with a picture of number-one Fox News host Tucker Carlson and the words “The bully pundit: Fox News host Tucker Carlson often launches attacks on journalists. And once he’s off the air, the zealots who follow him start lobbing hate tweets and death threats.”
JEALOUS? Brian Stelter Bemoans 'Fire Starter' Tucker Carlson's Ratings
CNN’s least talented anchor, Brian Stelter, dedicated more than ten minutes of Sunday’s Reliable Sources arguing that Fox News Channel’s Tucker Carlson is the “new Donald Trump.” In an awkward fit of rage and demonstrable jealousy over Carlson’s unprecedented ratings, Stelter denigrated both Fox News personnel and viewers. The unhinged host accused Carlson of rewriting history and…