“Doxxing” is the latest word to hit the American lexicon. Slang for “documenting,” doxxing when used in the context of the internet is when someone’s private information is made very public.
Depending on whatever jurisdiction criminal doxxing may take place, the act in and of itself, is usually illegal.
But in this day and age of the likes of James Thomas Hodgkinson, an admitted “Bernie Bro,” who essentially went hunting for Republicans to assassinate last year (wounding House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, R-LA, as well as Capitol Police officer Crystal Griner; Zack Barth, a congressional aide; and Matt Mika, a Tyson Foods lobbyist), as well as Barack Obama urging his supporters to “get in the face” of those who disagree with the Leftist agenda, doxxing can be down-right dangerous.
It wasn’t all that long ago when the Democratic senator from the Bay State, Elizabeth “Last of the Nohicans” Warren recently stated, “Our criminal justice system is racist … front to back.”
Think about that for a second. Warren’s accusation is that every police force, Sheriff’s Office, state troopers, even Barack Obama’s FBI and Department of Justice is racist.
Not just the cops, either, Every judge, prosecutor, and public defender is racist.
Of course, every rational, objective person understands that Warren’s accusation of systemic racism is patently moronic.
Sadly for Warren, she’s ignorant of the fact words have meaning.
Enter 33-year-old Brandon Ziobrowski of Cambridge, Mass. who was “charged with one count of use of interstate and foreign commerce to transmit a threat and injure another person for the alleged Twitter posts this year” as reported by Fox News.
“A Massachusetts man was arrested in New York on Thursday after trying to hire a hit man on Twitter to kill ICE agents for $500 and sharing his desire to slit the throat of Sen. John McCain, federal officials said.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Massachusetts said that Brandon Ziobrowski, 33, from Cambridge, Mass. was charged with one count of use of interstate and foreign commerce to transmit a threat and injure another person for the alleged Twitter posts this year.
Federal officials said Ziobrowski tweeted a murder for hire solicitation to kill Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents for $500, and repeatedly tweeted his desire to slit the throat of McCain, R-Ariz.”
Within 24-hours, Warren’s competitor for her senate seat, Republican Geoff Diehl, accused Warren of being at least partially responsible for Ziobrowski’s threats;
“We now have a man putting a bounty on the heads of ICE agents,” Diehl said in a statement. “Senator Warren’s irresponsible statements are partially to blame. She has a responsibility to support our law enforcement officials. Her call to abolish ICE and painting the entire criminal justice system racists are reckless and dangerous.”
Presidential assassination is one of the very few instances of murder being a crime chargeable as a federal offense. With that said, let’s hope that no president ever gets whacked specifically in the Nutmeg State.
That brings us to a curious question: If any of the individuals specified by Title 18 of the U.S. Code were to be victims of the aforementioned crimes, would the state, county, city, town, village, hamlet or sleepy crossroads LEOs (Law Enforcement Organizations) work with the feds on apprehending the bad guys?
In a recent airing of Tucker Carlson Live on the Fox News Channel, the lead guest was Gov. Dannel Malloy (D-Conn.) regarding the state making the conscience decision not to work with the feds regarding illegal immigration.
On Thursday, Tucker Carlson debated Gov. Dannel Malloy (D-Conn.) on his response to President Trump’s order that states comply with federal immigration laws when dealing with illegal immigrants.
This week, Malloy issued a memo to law enforcement and school officials, telling them they do not have to abide by federal immigration laws or fully cooperate with ICE.
As seen in the below video clip;
1:09 mark, Malloy clearly states, “The president can’t order us to do, uh, federal work. Uh, quite frankly, the federal government should to its own job.”
5:52 mark, the governor further clarified his stance of Connecticut state and local resources dealing with a federal crime; “We should not be expending local dollars… state dollars, to do the federal government’s job.”