Oh goodie, clearly we needed to hear David Frum’s ‘unbiased’ opinion on what happened with CNN threatening to ‘doxx’ a private citizen over a gif.
Guess whose ‘side’ he’s on:
My view: if you have something to say online, you should sign your name. If you won’t sign your name, you shouldn’t say it.
— David Frum (@davidfrum) July 6, 2017
Umm … what?
Clearly David has never had to worry about his job or his family when saying something online.
TRANSLATION: "Either let the powerful know who you are so they can destroy you, or just keep quiet." https://t.co/RJqQeV4Vuu
— Jesse Kelly (@JesseKellyDC) July 6, 2017
I honestly don't think you thought about this for long enough before tweeting it.
— Hank Green (@hankgreen) July 6, 2017
Do you honestly think David thinks about any of his tweets for very long before posting them?
— Gabriel Malor (@gabrielmalor) July 6, 2017
Gotta have a way for leftists to retaliate, huh?
— Kurt Schlichter (@KurtSchlichter) July 6, 2017
How can they threaten to destroy people who disagree with them if they don’t know their names?
Not comparing content, but about The Federalist Papers?
Not all online content is garbage and some people need to maintain anonymity.
— Jay Caruso (@JayCaruso) July 6, 2017
Of course we all know this is just David pretending that CNN was somehow justified in tormenting a person over an animated gif but still, what a knob.
Spoken like someone who does not fear for their safety.
— SaucissonSec (@saucissonsec) July 6, 2017
Seeing a theme here, David.
Eh. I disagree. You get paid for your sharing your opinions, a lot of us can get fired for that very reason.
— Cary Len (@CaryLen) July 6, 2017
What kind of evil did the United States ever do to Canada to deserve David Frum?
Patrick S. Poole
Hilliard, Ohio https://t.co/j4yEaMbe2I
— Patrick Poole (@pspoole) July 6, 2017
What matters more is what is said, not who is saying it. This is really anti-intellectualism here. https://t.co/scL2eMRS66
— Mo Diddly (@molratty) July 6, 2017
Let’s not pretend any of us are surprised he tweeted this anti-intellectualism.
It’s what he does best.