#CNNBlackmail Becomes #1 Trend on Twitter After CNN Threatens to Dox Man Behind Trump WWE MemeChris Menahan
Jul. 04, 2017
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In an article published Tuesday night, CNN threatened to publicly dox the private citizen who created the viral WWE-CNN meme because they disagree with him politically.
The redditor who took credit for making the meme which Trump shared on Sunday, "HanAssholeSolo," was hunted down and made to apologize to CNN due to other "racist and anti-Semetic" memes he had in his post history.
CNN's Andrew Kaczynski (@KFILE) bragged about how he's using a doxing threat to blackmail HanA**holeSolo for sharing politically incorrect memes:
From CNN's Andrew Kaczynski, "How CNN found the Reddit user behind the Trump wrestling GIF":
Now the user is apologizing, writing in a lengthy post on Reddit that he does not advocate violence against the press and expressing remorse there and in an interview with CNN for other posts he made that were racist and anti-Semitic.While CNN viewed this scalping as a major victory, Twitter users did not.
The hashtag #CNNBlackmail became the number one trend in America on Tuesday night, just hours after the article was published.
Virginia Republican Congressman and former Navy Seal Scott Taylor tweeted: "@CNN U basically coerce apology & threaten release of identity if something changes? Pretty sure a line is crossed here. #CNNBlackmail."
Julian Assange said he believes they committed a crime:
Andrew Kaczynski initially claimed the redditor's apology came after CNN contacted him.
After a massive backlash, he changed his story to claim it came before.
Despite printing an obvious threat to dox, Kaczynski said the puppet on his string said he wasn't threatened in anyway and is in "total agreement" with him:
Even far-left Vox reporters criticized CNN's actions as "extremely unethical":
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