As Twitchy reported, Canadian radio personality Dean Blundell kicked things off by posting on his website a list of donors to the Canadian Freedom Convoy that had been hacked from the GiveSendGo website. Twitter didn’t seem to invoke the same hacked materials policy that allegedly kept them from reporting on Hunter Biden’s laptop, and the post stayed up. “Journalists” used the hacked list to contact donors to ask why they donated. And now it looks like some bitter person is printing out the list of donors and tacking it up on telephone poles.
An individual or a group of individuals are putting up posters around the Ottawa area with the names and email addresses of residents that donated to the Freedom Convoy cause.
The posters also include the donation amount. pic.twitter.com/UMCVoCJ329
— Marie Oakes (@TheMarieOakes) February 22, 2022
And they're allegedly also putting these on the houses of the people from the list
— rogue (@crystalr0gue) February 22, 2022
— Tormentor Doll (@hodl_doll) February 22, 2022
This makes me wish i had donated. I would even have them put my address on there
— Ben (@ben_benny2) February 22, 2022
That shouldn't further divide the nation
— Ben Decko (@FriesandPop432) February 22, 2022
These Ottawa residents who were complaining about honking are apparently so pleased to see the 100 checkpoints now.
— CryptDude (@cryptdude01) February 22, 2022
Completely normal. Put up the poster and you will get an extra turnip!da? pic.twitter.com/JCgYalECEq
— Papa troll (@Papatroll17) February 22, 2022
Snitches get stitches! pic.twitter.com/NjsAyXQZcq
— Nick Lyon (@Nastynick74) February 22, 2022
— Sudbury News Review (@counterpointSud) February 22, 2022
If only their email addresses were visible. I would take the time to write each individual and personally thank them! Also to thank them for showing the great difference between a thoughtful, generous act, vs a pathetic malicious act done by weak people who play the victim.
— Katie Campbell (@omskcampbell) February 22, 2022
If I have that list, I would contact each and every one of them individually to thank them for standing up for freedom.
— Shellie (@shellie_bean) February 22, 2022
Never been more glad I left Canada years ago.
— Paula Stahley (@PaulaStahley) February 22, 2022
I would be fine with this is we had the right to protect our property and selves with force.
— unacceptable matthew (@mattyGagnon) February 22, 2022
I gave the Truckers $200. Come at me.
— Dave Neilson (@FloridaDave61) February 22, 2022
The very scary thought is what are they hoping to accomplish by doing this.
— My dog eats jeans (@AdelePatterson) February 22, 2022
Those cheering for vigilantism probably aren’t going to fare very well in practice.
— JohnEy 💉💉💉💉💉💉💉💉💉💉💉💉💉💉💉💉💉💉💉💉💉 (@JohnEy86031595) February 22, 2022
contact them all and also give them the list of all the other patriots who donated. tell them to start talking and meeting up in their towns. just made it easy to find likeminded people
— Antibody-dependent Enhancement (ADE) (@atuzyk) February 22, 2022
This is not a winning tactic.
— Dunmer Orion (@DunmerOrion) February 22, 2022
And people though I was exaggerating when I created this image. Given the tendencies of the far left, I knew I wasn't. pic.twitter.com/DOoEOzB3TG
— Michael Openshaw (@mopenshaw) February 22, 2022
The cracks in this country are real folks, hold on because this ride is just getting started. Absolutely can't believe Canadians are at this level.
— Canadian Critic (@Hoth1970) February 23, 2022
I’m disgusted by how many Canadians want to see anyone who donated to a movement that for many simply gave them hope that their lives could get back to normal have their live ruined because our Prime Minister labeled them criminals. It is completely without empathy
— 1vymike (@1vymike) February 22, 2022
Creepy little fascists crawling out of the woodwork all over
— Wise Old Elf (@wiseoldelf99) February 22, 2022
And Prime Minister Justin Trudeau did nothing but demonize the protesters as violent racists the whole time.
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) February 17, 2022