Antifa mob clearly violates Twitter rules on targeted harassment, doxxes Gavin McInnes
Paul Joseph Watson
September 25, 2018
The leftist group that harassed Ted Cruz and his wife at a restaurant in DC last night vowed on Twitter, “You are not safe. We will find you.”
Cruz and his wife Heidi were confronted by a mob who chanted, “we believe survivors,” as they tried to block the couple from leaving.
BREAKING. Activists just chased @TedCruz out of a fancy Washington DC restaurant, chanting “We Believe Survivors!”
Cruz has been friends with creep Kavanaugh for 20 years. Now Cruz is on judiciary committee hearing his testimony.
— Smash Racism DC (@SmashRacismDC) September 25, 2018
After the video went viral and began trending on Twitter, the group behind the stunt, Smash Racism DC, tweeted the following;
“This is a message to Ted Cruz, Bret Kavanaugh, Donald Trump and the rest of the racist, sexist, transphobic, and homophobic right-wing scum: You are not safe. We will find you. We will expose you. We will take from you the peace you have taken from so many others.”
The tweet is clearly a violation of Twitter’s rules on targeted harassment, which state, “You may not engage in the targeted harassment of someone, or incite other people to do so.”
Alex Jones was permanently banned by Twitter for being rude to a CNN reporter. I was suspended by Twitter for posting a video of the confrontation.
If Twitter deems that to be “targeted harassment,” the actual harassment of Cruz and the follow up tweet vowing to harass others clearly violates Twitter’s rules.
The group also tweeted out a phone number purporting to belong to Gavin McInnes, which is clearly an example of doxxing.
The Smash Racism DC’s banner image features an Antifa flag, a group that has been designated a domestic…