As Twitchy reported earlier, the judge in the Paul Manafort trial shot down a media request to unseal the names and addresses of jurors, who will resume deliberations on Monday. Among those outlets hoping to unseal the information is CNN — the same network that had threatened to doxx a kid who made one of those animated CNN logo GIFs if he didn’t straighten up and fly right.

(For those coming in late, “doxxing” is the publishing of a person’s personal information online, and it’s usually used to expose the person to real-life harassment.)

Nick Short weighed in on CNN’s request to unseal the juror’s names and addresses, and his take did not at all reflect Soledad O’Brien’s, who said journalists would want to “track down” those jurors for interviews. Um, maybe give them a number where they can reach you if they want to talk?

Uh oh … that triggered CNN’s Oliver Darcy, who for some reason has been really laser-focused on getting Alex Jones booted off of Twitter.

Really disgusting? Did Darcy share his disgust of doxxing with CNN’s Andrew Kaczynski?

Poor Darcy — everyone outside of CNN’s bubble is tweeting disgusting and shameful things about his network. As much as CNN wants to shake off public criticism, though, they’re not really doing so well.

Wait, it gets better:

He won just by writing, “Since you work for Snopes …”

Well stated.