Social Platforms Allow Posts Doxxing SCOTUS Justices

Social Platforms Allow Posts Doxxing SCOTUS Justices

Supreme Court Justices COMPROMISED – Look Who’s Behind It

( – On June 24, the Supreme Court (SCOTUS) issued a decision in the case of Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health Organization, and to say it was controversial would be an understatement. The decision by the court reversed Roe v. Wade, ending federal protections for abortion. Shortly after the ruling came down, radical activists began targeting the justices.

According to a report by The Daily Signal, activists on multiple social media platforms posted about doxxing the conservative justices who voted to overturn Roe. On Reddit, users talked about being sad that Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s would-be assassin failed. Another person said that violence wasn’t the answer until now. On Instagram, a user posted the home addresses of the justices.

On Twitter, pro-choice defenders called on each other to burn the country to the ground.

On Monday, June 28, rumors spread across social media claiming people doxxed some of the justices by sharing their credit card numbers and IP addresses online. A screenshot showing the justices’ names and crossed-out information has been making the rounds. As an aside, we could not independently verify whether that sensitive information was actually posted online.

All of the social media sites allowed the posts, which are all clear violations of their guidelines, to remain up for an extended period of time. These are the same platforms that have repeatedly banned conservative voices for posting their opinions.

Do you think the platforms are being hypocritical?

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