The Kurt Eichenwald thread

Adonis

Pelican
Gold Member
RE: Wife calls police after her Newsweek editor husband has seizure from animated gif

Im fuckin dying here

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That was quick

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Crow
Gold Member
RE: Wife calls police after her Newsweek editor husband has seizure from animated gif

Just called him a little bitch, because that's what he is.
 

Dismal Operator

Kingfisher
RE: Wife calls police after her Newsweek editor husband has seizure from animated gif

From the thread in that tweet, but imagine what that phone call to the police was like:

"Yes, I'd like to report an assault."

"Ok."

"Jew Goldstein on Twitter just assaulted my husband."

"Excuse me?"

"Jew Goldstein. At Jew Goldstein to be precise. Assaulted my husband on Twitter, he's in the hospital right now."

"Ok, lady. Have a nice night" *Click*
 

kaotic

Owl
Gold Member
RE: Wife calls police after her Newsweek editor husband has seizure from animated gif

Relevant song from a favorite band of mine:

 

Serious Sam

Woodpecker
Gold Member
RE: Wife calls police after her Newsweek editor husband has seizure from animated gif

What a joke. This is the type of prick who lauds BLM and other groups shouting "fuck the police," and then when he's trolled on twitter, he goes straight to the police. Fuck this bitch-made pussy ass prick. Someone go install a bunch of strobe lights outside his house tonight, knock on the door, and when he answers, let all the glorious fury break loose.

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RE: Wife calls police after her Newsweek editor husband has seizure from animated gif

So a reporter for a major national newspaper went on TV to discuss his theories that Russian hackers influenced the outcome of the US presidential election, and that night he himself was seriously injured in a malicious attack by an unknown party, using only their computer and modem.

And I don't know about you guys, but I first read about this news on my handheld computing device which is constantly connected to the 'net no matter where I am, and capable of streaming high-definition realtime video.


This reaffirms my earlier theory that 2016 is the most cyberpunk year ever.
 

Uzisuicide

Kingfisher
Gold Member
RE: Wife calls police after her Newsweek editor husband has seizure from animated gif

This is a movement that's prepared to fight.
-Newt Gingrich
 

Scoundrel

Kingfisher
RE: Wife calls police after her Newsweek editor husband has seizure from animated gif

Eichenwald's behavior is indicative of the widespread meltdown/mental breakdown that's happening to the left. They feel that their world has crashed down around them. They are more depressed & neurotic than they have ever been before. And that's saying a lot.

We laugh at the "liberal tears" — as well we should — but there is some real suffering taking place in the hearts and minds of those who supported the liberal fantasy for so long.

It likely won't end well for them, it will probably only get worse.
 

Kona

Crow
Gold Member
RE: Wife calls police after her Newsweek editor husband has seizure from animated gif

I think he's lying.

The time frame on the tweets is pretty tight to be dealing with cops and an er visit.

Also, like Silver tube said above, there's apps and actual filters you put on whatever screen you are using if you have epilepsy. They put info like this in the ipad instructions when they give them to school kids.

If this was the second time this has happened that's just stupid.

Aloha!
 
RE: Wife calls police after her Newsweek editor husband has seizure from animated gif

If a suit is actually filed, I'd love to see the doctor's report in discovery. Wouldn't surprise me if there were little to no indications of a seizure. This is just more attention whoring just like the Muslim woman claiming Trump supporters attacked her after it was found out she was out past her curfew and has an authoritarian father. With all of these cases involving SJWs, your first order of business is to sow seeds of doubt as to their statements. They cannot be taken at face value!
 

username

Ostrich
Gold Member
RE: Wife calls police after her Newsweek editor husband has seizure from animated gif

When I first read this and the dude's reaction I couldn't stop laughing. Excellent trolling and melt down. 10/10
 
RE: Wife calls police after her Newsweek editor husband has seizure from animated gif

Scoundrel said:
We laugh at the "liberal tears" — as well we should — but there is some real suffering taking place in the hearts and minds of those who supported the liberal fantasy for so long.

So?
 
RE: Wife calls police after her Newsweek editor husband has seizure from animated gif

I hate to bring up the Spencer thing again since it's only tangentially related, but this kind of shit perfectly illustrates the difference between doing alt-right (For lack of a better word) shit in real life versus on the internet.

If an anti-semete broke into the home of Newsweek's senior editor and sent him sprawling to the floor with a punch the night after said editor denounced Trump, it would be national news for weeks. It would completely and totally dominate the conversation. Eichenwald would be a hero in the same vein as Harvey Milk. It would be a devastating hit to the alt-right in general, and quite possibly mean the end of the movement.

A guy named @jew_goldstein posting a seizure-inducing .gif has the EXACT SAME EFFECT (Sending Eichenwald to the floor in extreme pain) but everyone who's talking about it is laughing at him. Instead of being a brave hero fighting for what he believes in, Eichenwald is a joke, ranting about evil twitter Nazis. He'll likely never recover from this.

And that's why you should keep the edgy stuff online, and not take it into the real world.
 

Foolsgo1d

Peacock
RE: Wife calls police after her Newsweek editor husband has seizure from animated gif

Well, there is the issue of GBH. Physical altercations are very different to words typed over the internets. However in the UK people have been arrested, fined or sent to prison for what they put on the web.

I'm sure some UK judge could make it look like an assault.
 

mpr

Woodpecker
RE: Wife calls police after her Newsweek editor husband has seizure from animated gif

Well that's 2 minutes of my life that I'll never get back. His rant about the secret message from the CIA at the end made it worth watching though.
 
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