USA Today Reporters Doxxed Members of Golf Clubs Owned by Trump Corporations

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Five reporters at USA Today doxxed 4,500 people who belong to golf clubs owned by Trump’s corporations. The paper published the members’ names, work history, and initiation fees. The reporters claimed they had uncovered a hidden channel of money to Trump in return for political favors (similar to donations to the Clinton Foundation). What the reporters did not mention is that most of these people were members long before Trump ran for President. Another example of the dishonesty and leftist bias of mainstream media. –GEG

“Members of the clubs Trump has visited most often as president — in Florida, New Jersey and Virginia — include at least 50 executives whose companies hold federal contracts and 21 lobbyists and trade group officials. Two-thirds played on one of the 58 days the president was there, according to scores they posted online,” the paper exclaimed in its September 6 story.

From this list of names, USA Today concluded that, “Trump gets millions from golf members. CEO’s and lobbyists get access to president.”

Speaking of their investigation, USA Today stated, “The review shows that, for the first time in U.S. history, wealthy people with interests before the government have a chance for close and confidential access to the president as a result of payments that enrich him personally. It is a view of the president available to few other Americans.”

One fact that seems to be left unmentioned in the USA Today story is that these high powered golf club members have been members for years and did not suddenly join merely because Donald  Trump won the White House.

Far down in its story, though, the paper did note, “Lobbyists face no legal restrictions on golf memberships.”

In other words, despite thousands of words coloring the club memberships as somehow illicit, no laws were broken.

The story amazed many in the media. USA Today Washington Bureau Chief Susan Page noted the story on her Twitter account:

USA TODAY ID’ed 4,500 Trump golf-club members through social media & a website golfers use to track handicaps, then researched who they were https://twitter.com/USATODAY/status/905397484930961408 

But many others reacted negatively to the story saying that USA Today may have put the outed members and their families have been placed in danger of Antifa and Black Lives Matter-styled terrorism.

Many commented on the paper’s tweets on the story:

So you’re doxxing randos for the crime of playing golf? Congrats. https://twitter.com/SusanPage/status/905404761721196546 

USA Today doxxed Trumpgolf club member to subject them to attacks & their families to violence @USAToday

I missed the part where there was any wrongdoing found or alleged. This feels like journalists doxxing innocent people..

SMH. You are trying to get people killed by antifa democrat liberal Nazis. This is why the 2nd amendment is so important…

How would you like to be investigated and doxxed for working for @USATODAY or for your membership in social groups? You people are deranged!

You also understand that these clubs existed way before his presidency, right? https://twitter.com/SusanPage/status/905404761721196546 

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