Joaquin Castro’s brother Julián is running for the Democratic presidential nomination. Joaquin wants him to win this thing, and apparently there’s nothing he won’t do to make sure that happens. Including doxxing private citizens who elect to contribute to Donald Trump’s re-election campaign:
We’ve blocked out the names, for obvious reasons. Not so obvious to Castro, it would seem. He tweeted that last night and it’s still up.
It's the brother of a failing presidential candidate harassing private business owners who don't contribute to his brother's campaign. https://t.co/4XTkdDD8F4
— RBe (@RBPundit) August 6, 2019
A Congressional candidate posting names & occupations of donors to a rival political party has no real purpose apart from inviting harassment of those private citizens.
In a world where with a name & occupation, it's easy to find people's contact information. This is dangerous pic.twitter.com/bJC7htZVVz
— Logan Dobson (@LoganDobson) August 6, 2019
This is pretty messed up, @JoaquinCastrotx and @JulianCastro.
How do you tweet private info about private citizens and their businesses thinking its a good thing to do?
Do better. https://t.co/ZZ6jYHtLTx
— Andrew Clark (@AndrewHClark) August 6, 2019
Democratic rep Joaquin Castro (Julian Castro's brother) is painting a target on the backs of Trump donors, releasing a list of names including homemakers and retirees and falsely painting them as dangerous racists.
He is basically sanctioning violence. https://t.co/ebtzYqhGPv
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) August 6, 2019
Just a matter of time.
Don't hold your breath waiting on the people who sent a camera crew to an elderly woman's driveway to call Castro out.
— BT (@back_ttys) August 6, 2019
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