So, this commentary on the newly-launched conservative website The Bulwark caught our eye. . .
It’s funny to see every broke-down, dull hysteric—and you’ve really gotta be something to be a dull hysteric—writing for Cuckshed dot com. It’s like a perfectly-cast ensemble picture.
— David Reaboi (@davereaboi) February 12, 2019
. . . because if you actually go to cuckshed.com, the traffic redirects to The Bulwark:
— Liz S. (@StarChamberMaid) February 12, 2019
Exit question: Who did this?
Who did this?
— spongeworthy (@spongeworthy2) February 12, 2019
UPDATE: And here’s how The Bulwark can prevent it:
It's called "clickjacking", they are "hosting" the bulwark site in a frame. Bulwark can block that by adding an X-FRAME-OPTIONS "DENY" header…and should (@SouthernKeeks, etc). pic.twitter.com/lAGT9N9210
— Hammy ✈ (@e2pilot) February 12, 2019