Libs of TikTok doxxing by WaPo actually exposes globalist left’s war on MAGA Americans
By JD Heyes // May 15, 2022

Earlier this month, the Washington Post's Taylor Lorenz published her latest hit piece in a bid to ruin the life of someone who is a lot more popular (and loved) than she will ever be.


In particular, Lorenz's piece doxxed the woman behind the "Libs of TikTok" Twitter account, which she uses to online examples of far-left libtards and LGBTQ types, many of them public school teachers, revealing their deviant grooming and propagandizing of children.

The Daily Caller noted: "Taylor Lorenz, a Washington Post columnist, wrote a Tuesday article titled, 'Meet the woman behind Libs of TikTok, secretly fueling the right's outrage machine,' revealing the identity of the user who had intended to remain anonymous. The piece linked the user’s real estate page listing her full name and home address, which the outlet later removed. The account, which nearly has 700,000 followers, posts TikTok videos of liberals in order to spark a reaction among conservative audiences. Lorenz reportedly contacted Libs of TikTok early Tuesday telling the account they are 'being implicated as a hate campaign against LGBTQ people,' the account said."

Here's an example of the kind of left-wing lunacy Libs of TikTok finds and posts [Warning: Strong language]:

As Revolver News reported, there are not many people "more repugnant" than Lorenz. For instance, she once falsely accused billionaire Marc Andreesen of using the "r-slur" (for the word 'retard' -- considered highly offensive to those with mental disabilities) in a Clubhouse room. Also, just a few weeks back, Lorenz broke down crying over "online harassment" during an interview with MSNBC (yes, really) before pressuring the network into deleting it.

But, besides being a disgusting hypocrite, Revolver News reported further that Lorenz is just a pawn in a bigger scheme: "This incident is a case study in how the ruling regime uses cutout 'NGOs' and 'hackers' to target dissidents for annihilation. It wasn't Taylor Lorenz who doxed Libs of TikTok. Lorenz is a used-up cocktail waitress for the regime. She's far too talentless to achieve such a feat. Instead, it was a motley crew of regime actors."

The outlet goes on to identify some of those who are involved in exposing the woman behind the Libs of TikTok account – and, importantly, why.

"The original doxer of the woman behind Libs of TikTok was an Antifa Twitter user named @karmaonesixone who gloated last weekend about using sleuth work to uncover the account’s original tweets and name," Revolver News noted further.

A second Twitter user named Travis Brown confirmed and then promoted @karmaonesixone’s work before going on to locate and then reveal even more info about the woman behind the Libs of TikTok account.

In her horrible hit piece, Lorenz identified Brown by name: "On Saturday, software developer Travis Brown (who is working on a project with support from Prototype Fund, an organization that backs open-source projects) unearthed the account’s Twitter history and posted a thread detailing information about its profile changes."

In reality, Revolver News noted, Brown "is paid by the German government to target, dox, and harass the international left's ideological enemies." Also, he created the so-called "Hate Speech Tracker," which is a program designed for the explicit purpose of aiding Antifa thugs and extremists in tracking and then archiving remarks and statements by political enemies as well as finding "connections" between them to help with doxxing.

For the record, "Brown's work egregiously violates the terms of use of the sites that he tracks 'hate' on ... as Brown himself noted on his website," Revolver News stated, providing a link to Twitter's policy which said, in part: "We prohibit the use of Twitter data in any way that would be inconsistent with people’s reasonable expectations of privacy."

"Brown's doxxing operation isn't an independent venture. He is backed by the Prototype Fund, a project of the Open Knowledge Foundation Germany, an 'independent not-for-profit organization.' The notion that the foundation is 'independent' is, of course, a lie. OKFG receives funding directly from the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research," Revolver states.

Later, the report listed additional global leftist connections to doxxing ops: "The same German government-backed organization that is targeting political dissidents in the West is also funding the transgender mania and the foreign policy priorities of the Western elite. In many ways, Prototype resembles Bellingcat – an 'NGO' funded by the United Kingdom that played a key role in amplifying the Russia collusion narrative, targets 'far-right' domestic dissidents, and promoted the Syria gas attack hoax.

"In 2021, The Grayzone revealed that Bellingcat took UK intelligence money to run overseas influence operations intended to 'weaken Russia.' America unsurprisingly loves this tactic as well. In February, the hacker collective Distributed Denial of Secrets (DDoS) leaked hacked materials from GiveSendGo that doxed donors to the Canadian trucker convoy."

The takeaway from all of this, Revolver said, is that these doxxing operations are one-offs by 'independent' operators.

"The Lorenz dox job exposes how this ecology operates. This is not simply the story of a deranged attention whore who went too far," the outlet noted. "This is a story of how the new Stasi operates: Energy flows from governments, to non-profits, to hackers, and finally to aged out journalists publishing hit pieces on dissidents in Jeff Bezos' paper of record."

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