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    Anarchists at UT Austin Threaten Incoming Freshmen With Doxxing if They Join Conservative Groups

    Anarchists at UT Austin Threaten Incoming Freshmen With Doxxing if They Join Conservative Groups

    “Do you wanna be famous? If you join YCT or Turning Point USA, you just might be.”

    Blatant political intimidation. Is the school going to do anything about this?

    The College Fix reports:

    Anarchist group at UT Austin threatens to dox incoming freshmen if they join conservative campus clubs

    Earlier this month an anarchist group that consists of UT Austin students called the Autonomous Student Network shared a tweet threatening to dox students who considered joining the Young Conservatives of Texas and Turning Point USA during freshman orientation.

    “Hey #UT23! Do you wanna be famous? If you join YCT or Turning Point USA, you just might be. Your name and more could end up on an article like one of these,” the tweet said, linking to previous doxxing posts of conservative students at the school. “So be sure to make smart choices at #UTOrientation.”

    Last year the network released extensive personal information of pro-Brett Kavanaugh demonstrators at UT Austin, including their names, photos and contact information. It went so far as to post some of the phone numbers of the employers of students and encouraged its adherents to call them to get them fired.

    Composed mostly of students at UT Austin, the group also actively encourages the harassment of conservative students, having praised the destruction of signs and tactics of physical intimidation during the pro-Kavanaugh demonstrations.

    Based on its most recent tweet, it appears the Autonomous Student Network may be gearing up for another doxxing during orientation and beyond.

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    AlecRawls | June 22, 2019 at 3:55 pm

    At the Stanford Review all the members who were actually conservative thrived on the noteriety. We knew we had the winning argument on every issue and loved to rub the left’s nose in it. BE well known on campus? That was half the fun.

    Flood the conservative roles with fictitious names.

    Tens of thousands of names.

    Better yet, use Manhattan, San Francisco and Marin county phone book for names, but with randomly generated fictitious addresses.

    Yeah.


     
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    Chitragupta | June 22, 2019 at 4:11 pm

    Oh Gezzzze,

    Oberlin College finances compared to UT Austin is mind boggling.

    If I was a student at UT Austin I would proudly sign up for every conservative club on campus praying I would be doxxed.

    No degree offered at UT Austin would compare to the payout as a good lawsuit.

    Beside the criminal aspect of it, there’s the civil remedy. Sue the ‘doxers,’ their funders, and the school and make millions. Who says a college education these days isn’t a good investment?


     
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    euragone | June 22, 2019 at 6:46 pm

    Those who threaten to Dox better watch their backs… one of these freshmen might be a LTC holder in Texas!

    https://campuscarry.utexas.edu/


       
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      Edward in reply to euragone. | June 23, 2019 at 9:15 am

      It would only be legal to use the firearm where the carrier is in fear of his life or other’s lives. Holders of firearms carry licenses in Texas have been proven statistically to be more law abiding than even law enforcement officers. People who have an LTC* would only use their weapon in defense of their life or the lives of others. Expecting anything else is promoting Socialist-Democrat gun grabbing propaganda.

      * License to Carry for those not familiar with the Texas change from the former Concealed Handgun License (CHL) after open carry was made legal with a license. This was the first time open carry was legal in Texas since the end of Reconstruction’s US Army controlled government and readmission to the Union in 1870. That first official state legislature passed the prohibition in 1871, allegedly in response to outlaws roaming and murdering in Texas east of the Trinity River, but perhaps more because the new legislators were receiving threats.


       
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      alaskabob in reply to euragone. | June 23, 2019 at 2:12 pm

      Maybe something simple like…”I am a Conservative. I like my coffee black…just like my rifles.”


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