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Pissed Liberal Nutjob Just Tweeted Out Sheriff Clarke’s Home Address Calling For Attack – Bad Idea
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The mainstream media seems to be looking for a war and they may have just got it. Last Friday, Washington Post reporter Abby D. Phillip thought it would be a good idea to publish Sheriff David Clarke’s address on Twitter. This sort of thing is called doxing and for those who do not know what that means I will explain it. Doxing is when someone publishes private or identifying information about (a particular individual) on the Internet. When someone does this it typically has malicious intent behind, but either way, it is not a good idea.
I am not sure if you remember but not too long ago in 2012, a New York newspaper created a national stir. Following the tragic massacre at Sandy Hook, The Westchester decided to publish an interactive map showing where all the gun owners lived in the area. Of course, there was a severe backlash from guns owners across the country and rightfully so. Eventually, the editor and several other employees were fired from the paper. However, was the lesson really ever learned? Apparently, Abby D. Phillip didn’t learn that valuable lesson but I think she is now.
These journalists in the mainstream media seem to believe that they live in some sort of ivory tower. That they can get away with anything and everything and that there will be no consequences. Which is what I am sure Abby D. Phillip thought when she published the home address of Sheriff David Clarke. However, Phillip quickly learned why that was a very bad idea.
Sheriff Clarke is awesome with his tough talk and his patriotism. So, it was no surprise that Clarke would be offered a position in Trump’s administration. Clarke was being considered for the role of deputy secretary at the Department of Homeland Security. However, last Friday, Sheriff Clarke formally notified Secretary of Homeland Security John F. Kelly that he would decline the position.
According to The Hill:
An adviser to Clarke told The Washington Post that the sheriff had officially notified Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly late Friday that he had rescinded his acceptance.
Clarke told conservative radio host Vicki McKenna during an interview last month that he had accepted the role of deputy secretary of Homeland Security.
“I’m both honored and humbled to be appointed to this position by Secretary Kelly, working for the Trump administration,” he previously said.
Clarke was expected to start the role at the end of June, but a source told The Post that the appointment faced significant delays, which led to Clarke’s decision to withdraw.