All across the country, people have shown Trump and his wife nothing but support over the news they tested positive for COVID.
Many, even across the aisle, wished them well and a speedy recovery. We’d expect the same, had Biden tested positive.
But the news also revealed some people’s true colors, as plenty of on the left expressed their anger towards Trump and his people just because they got sick.
Some of them were elite, Hollywood celebrities who seemed almost happy that the president tested positive.
But the worst had to be far-left Tom Arnold, who went out of his way to doxx the private information of a White House official:
In a since-deleted tweet, Arnold offered fans an opportunity to speak with Hicks directly.
“Silent thoughts & prayers aren’t enough for national treasure Hope Hicks,” the 61-year-old actor wrote. “She needs to hear them.”
Arnold then shared a number he claimed to be “her personal cell.”
It’s unclear how Arnold got the White House staffer’s cell number. It is possible he shared a fake.
Even if it was a fake, the fact that he was encouraging strangers to confront a White House staffer is unacceptable.
But it’s sadly not the first time liberals have doxxed Republicans in recent years.
Doxxing is a dangerous act, which might one day be illegal. It is the act of revealing someone’s personal, private information to the public.
The result, of course, is that a dangerous person might use that information to harm an innocent victim.
Doxxing has become a popular tool by the left to silence and intimidate. Even if Arnold deleted the tweet, many could have seen it—and taken terrible action with it.
- Tom Arnold revealed the personal cell number of Hope Hicks, White House staffer.
- He later deleted the tweet, after it was seen by many.
- Doxxing has been used by some liberals, exposing conservatives to harm.
Source: Fox News