“Ottawa’s Stella Luna Gelato Café was forced to close Tuesday after receiving threats when owner Tammy Giuliani’s name appeared on a hacked list of GiveSendGo donors”
The left is determined to destroy the lives of people for not only participating in the Canada Freedom Convoy, but even just for supporting it.
Hackers have gone after donors and exposed their information. Some media outlets are even publishing the information, leading to threats.
The Ottawa Citizen reports:
Threats close Stella Luna Gelato Café after owner’s name appears in GiveSendGo data leak
Ottawa’s Stella Luna Gelato Café was forced to close Tuesday after receiving threats when owner Tammy Giuliani’s name appeared on a hacked list of GiveSendGo donors to the Ottawa “Freedom Convoy.”
Giuliani says that she now regrets making her $250 donation on Feb. 5 and that staff in the shop had begun receiving threats Monday morning after her donation was posted on Twitter.
“We got a call from the team saying, ‘We’re getting phone calls here,’” Giuliani said in a phone interview Monday afternoon. “I said, ‘What’s going on?’ and they said, ‘They’re threatening to throw bricks through our window. They’re threatening to come and get us.’ We said, ‘Lock the door and we’ll find out what’s going on.’”
Giuliani said she ordered the shop closed and staff to go home for their own safety. She said she intended to report the threats to police.
The Washington Post is getting in on this action, too.
The Post Millennial reports:
Washington Post seeks to dox and shame donors to Canadian freedom protesters
After crowdfunding platform GiveSendGo was hacked over the weekend and information was leaked about who had donated to the Canadian truckers’ freedom convoy, the CBC and CTV both began contacting those donors. Now the Washington Post has joined their ranks and are contacting people to ask why they donated.
An email shared by journalist Saagar Enjeti appeared to be by a reporter with the Washington Post, who said they were “writing about leaked data on GiveSendGo contributions to the trucker convoy in Canada.
“Your name and email address are associated with a $40 contribution. Could you please tell me if this matches your records, and either call or reply to this email to share what motivated you to contribute to the campaign?”
The Washington Post is contacting people whose donation info was leaked and who gave as little as 40 dollars to the truckers to ask them why they did so
Email provided to me by a source pic.twitter.com/qbzebYyHiP
— Saagar Enjeti (@esaagar) February 16, 2022
"Why do conservatives keep saying that newsrooms have taken on the structure of political oppo shops, and that journalists increasingly act like partisan operatives" is a question that people sometimes ask. https://t.co/qIHoiWHaQz
— Omri Ceren (@omriceren) February 16, 2022
Canadian press can’t hide its disdain. The store owner’s apology for donating sounds exactly like a forced confession. https://t.co/bzOs3zxie0
— Smatt (@mdrache) February 16, 2022
Tucker Carlson talked about this last night with Victor Davis Hanson:
Remember, the excuse used for blacking out the Hunter Biden laptop story before the election was that it was based on hacked material. Now, hacked material is apparently just fine.
Remember this information came from a hack. https://t.co/fe0UPuuqKm
— Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) February 16, 2022
For four years under Trump, the entire mission of the left, which was fully supported by the media, was “resist.”
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