TELEGRAM VIDEO: Lil Nas X, Britney Spears, Quinta Brunson among txt file list of 5000 "Antifa accounts" that right-wingers are trying to deplatform through a mass reporting campaign KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Saturday, November 26, 2022

TELEGRAM VIDEO: Lil Nas X, Britney Spears, Quinta Brunson among txt file list of 5000 "Antifa accounts" that right-wingers are trying to deplatform through a mass reporting campaign

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Right winger are organizing a false mass report campaign of over 5000 Twitter accounts in a blatant attempt to deplatform the Left. 

There's a list of over 5000 "Antifa accounts" that right-wingers are trying to deplatform through a mass reporting campaign. 

Some of the names on this list: Lil Nas X, Britney Spears, The Justice Department, The Onion, Sesame Street, Quinta Brunson, The New York Times. 

It was posted by NatSoc Florida Nazi named Garrett Erwin Newman. Garrett thought better and deleted it, but a friend got a video.

On Thursday, Twitter owner Elon Musk called for people on the social media platform to reply if users see any issues that need to be addressed. "Removing child exploitation is priority #1. Please reply in comments if you see anything that Twitter needs to address," the early Thursday morning tweet read.

In response, The Post Millennial’s editor-at-large Andy Ngo noted the large number of Twitter accounts used by Antifa members and groups to incite violence that remain unbanned.

"A large number of Antifa accounts operate on Twitter to promote riots, give tips on how to commit violent crimes and post names, photos and addresses of targets plus their family members," Ngo wrote.

"Incitement to violence will result in account suspension, Musk stated. 

In response, Ngo wrote, "How do we best inform Twitter of these violations? I’ve been reporting on specific accounts for years & pretty much all of them remain. Last year Antifa used Twitter to direct comrades to swarm me after I ran into a hotel following a violent street beating."

In response, Ngo wrote, "How do we best inform Twitter of these violations? I’ve been reporting on specific accounts for years & pretty much all of them remain. Last year Antifa used Twitter to direct comrades to swarm me after I ran into a hotel following a violent street beating."

"That is a disturbing story and very concerning that Twitter took no action, despite clear violation of [Terms of Service]. Report in this thread for now," Musk replied.

Comments on the thread included a number of users noting known Antifa members who have engaged in or incited violence.

"Thank you for your attention," Ngo wrote. "I’ll continue to raise these issues here thoughtfully. Countless journalists, law enforcement officers, businesses & proprieties have been attacked through violent extremist organizing & incitement on Twitter.

Ngo noted the collective CrimethInc, which "makes riot guides, texts to radicalize people into criminal militancy, & propaganda that is shared via Twitter for people to distribute. They’ve claimed a number of attacks & give instructions on how to form cells, what riot gear to bring, etc."

“Can you see through those goggles?” John Hacker asked me when I stood in the middle of an Antifa crowd outside the Portland Police Central Precinct May 28, 2021.

It had been four months since the release of my book, “Unmasked,” and half a year since I’d been on the ground doing field reporting in Portland, Ore. After I completed the book manuscript in 2020, I left Portland due to growing credible threats against my life. But family matters pulled me back to my hometown — the city still under siege by violent protests and riots a year after George Floyd died.

Though Hacker was partially masked, I recognized him right away. Our paths had crossed before: In May 2019, he confronted, assaulted and robbed me at a gym in northeast Portland. Two and a half years later, in October 2021, he was indicted by a Multnomah County grand jury for felony robbery against me. His criminal case is still pending.

But that night, Hacker’s question signaled to me that Antifa had grown suspicious of me. I was undercover again, dressed head-to-toe in black like the Antifa militants around me. As before, I knew it was extremely dangerous to be on the streets.

After Hacker left, I walked one block west. I stood for a moment between the Justice Center and the Mark O. Hatfield US Courthouse. The federal courthouse was the site of intense rioting in July 2020 when thousands of rioters tried to break the protective fencing and set the building on fire night after night. The scars of that attempted insurrection still show. The concrete-reinforced barrier remained around the courthouse, and the glass windows were entirely boarded up.

A group of Antifa fully masked in black approached me. They had followed me after Hacker questioned me. “Why did you look so nervous tonight?” asked one of the men.

His comrades stood behind him for backup. I was alone and forced to respond. I answered, quietly: “I have anxiety.” The man paused for a moment then looked to his comrades and said, “I think it’s him.”

I immediately began walking north, towards the AC Hotel by Marriott. It was the only thing open. Everything else was closed and boarded up. With my heart racing, I could see the shadows of the Antifa following me.

After two city blocks, I made it to the front of the hotel lobby doors — but they were locked. Behind me now was the group of Antifa. And they surrounded me. “Why don’t you take off your mask?” one of them asked. I didn’t respond.

Suddenly, one of the Antifa forcefully grabbed at my face. In one swift motion, he pulled off my goggles and mask. “It’s Andy! Get him! Get him!” he screamed as I took off sprinting for my life. They pursued me, and one was so close I could hear him breathing.

I was tackled at full force to the concrete ground. The full brunt of both my body as well as the person who tackled me was absorbed by my left knee. The impact on the brick floor shredded my skin as I slid. I tried getting up, but the Antifa held me until some of his comrades caught up. One of the men sprinted at me and began punching my face, head and body until I collapsed on the ground. He then put me in a hold.

In that moment, all the adrenaline left my body, and I couldn’t breathe. Those who had been baying for my blood for two years had me in their literal grip.

I could hear others in the distance approaching. I knew that when they got to me, they would kill me. And they would make it painful and long. I thought about those I loved and how I had let them down.

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