Rep. Joaquin Castro says he posted donor info because he wants people to 'think twice' about Trump support https://t.co/pT5tYMMYMB— TheBlaze (@theblaze) August 8, 2019
Six Trump donors Joaquin Castro tried to shame also gave to him and brother Julián https://t.co/wZoVHHOp8t— Senator John Cornyn (@JohnCornyn) August 8, 2019
Democrats call for “unity” by— Stacey (@ScotsFyre) August 7, 2019
- doxxing Trump donors
- calling those who reject their politics racists & white supremacists
- repeating debunked lies
- promoting fear
- shielding Antifa
- deplatforming & depersoning
Guess what you can all do with your “unity”?
You can't make this up.— Ronna McDaniel (@GOPChairwoman) August 7, 2019
Joaquin Castro put out a "target list" accusing @realDonaldTrump's supporters of "fueling a campaign of hate" against immigrants.
Included on the list is an immigrant – and she's blasting Castro for his political stunt. https://t.co/ppWwXm5qCM
So you, as a presidential candidate, endorse your brother's doxxing tactics? https://t.co/18QcMWzwbQ— Sister Toldjah 😁 (@sistertoldjah) August 8, 2019
Asking again: Has @JulianCastro been asked or given a statement about his brother @Castro4Congress's doxxing tactics? If these were Republicans doing this, the media would be giving it wall to wall coverage and making claims of "incitement", etc. We need answers. Now.— Sister Toldjah 😁 (@sistertoldjah) August 8, 2019
The people who shrieked that Sarah Palin inspired the Tucson killer by putting symbols on a map are now insisting that it's perfectly acceptable to publish a target list of private citizens who vote the wrong way.— John Hayward (@Doc_0) August 7, 2019