HILARIOUS: WaPo & Doxxer Get Publicly Shamed & Mocked With Own Tagline! (VIDEO)

Written by Wes Walker on April 27, 2022

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It all started with the targeted harassment of a private individual who made Democrats mad by bringing publicly-available TikTok clips to the attention of her audience.

It’s not like something done on social media is a state secret or anything. But @libsoftiktok has a real knack for sniffing out the crazies, especially woke teachers with creepy agendas.

Democrats don’t like that these accounts are getting mainstream attention, because it becomes the motivator for concerned parents to band together and demand changes.

So, a WaPo ‘reporter’ (if we can dignify her with that term) made it her mission to ‘out’ the unnamed person behind the LibsofTikTok account.

ClashDaily has been covering that story as it has unfolded:

First with this one…
Crybully WaPo Journo Doxxed Woman Behind Anonymous ‘Libs of Tik Tok’ Account

And the follow-up…
WATCH: Fake Journo Crybully Taylor Lorenz LIES On CNN Defending Doxxing Libs Of Tik Tok Creator

WaPo not only published the woman’s personal information — including documents that gave away both her address and place of work — and defended their publishing of this story, they doubled down and paid for ads to promote that story.

Well, Tim Pool and the Daily Wire’s Jeremy Boreing paid for a billboard ad to troll them.

Jeremy already had a billboard ready because he is launching a razor company in direct opposition to the one that pulled their ads because some woke activists objected to Daily Wire content. He’s the kind of Conservative that LOVES to wade into the battle. Which turned out to be bad news for Taylor Lorenz.

She was pretty upset that she was getting the wrong kind of attention.

Poor thing.

Maybe think twice about dishing it out if you can’t take it.

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