Thuggish Far-Right Intimidation Tactics Go MainstreamThe practice of posting the home address of someone targeted for supposed offenses (like being a member of the ACLU), until now practiced mainly by hate groups, has been embraced by "mainstream" pundits like Michelle Malkin and David Horowitz.
The practice of posting the home address of someone targeted for supposed offenses (like being a member of the ACLU), until now practiced mainly by hate groups, has been embraced by “mainstream” pundits like Michelle Malkin and David Horowitz.
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… This thuggish tactic of intimidation — publicly railing against someone’s grave crimes and then publishing their home address — has been creeping out of the most extremist precincts on the Right and is becoming increasingly common among mainstream right-wing individuals and organizations.
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