CNN Analyst “People Do Not Have a ‘Right’ to Stay Anonymous”

CNN analyst Kirsten Powers went on a Twitter tirade over the anonymous Reddit user who created the infamous “WWE meme.”
Powers claims that Americans “do not have a right to stay anonymous” if they are expressing views she finds offensive.
What an idiotic little snowflake.
The CNN commentator took issue with the people from all sides of the political aisle taking the side of the Reddit user, who goes by the pseudonym “HanAssholeSolo,” and argued he didn’t deserve any sympathy due to his past “anti-semitic racist, and anti-gay” posts.
She also said that big news outlets revealing the names of anonymous internet users would not “destroy” the doxxed.
He's not 15 years old + how did someone who posts anti-semitic, racist & anti-gay content become a victim for ppl to rally around? 1/2 https://twitter.com/PatriciaHeaton/status/882509293500731392 
And making a user public is not 'destroying' them. Look how fast he apologized when he thought he'd be public. Why protect these ppl? 2/2 https://twitter.com/PatriciaHeaton/status/882509293500731392 
When conservatives on Twitter pushed back against her arguments, Powers doubled-down and said she would have released HanAssholeSolo’s real name if it was up to her.
To those who would say that it’s a bad thing to dox private citizen, Powers asserted, “People do not have a ‘right’ to stay anonymous so they can spew their racist, misogynist, homophobic garbage.”
People do not have a 'right' to stay anonymous so they can spew their racist, misogynist, homophobic garbage https://twitter.com/david_bromm/status/882976190453104640 

Share on Google Plus

About Secret News

0 comentarios:

Publicar un comentario