Twitter Allows Leftists to Dox and Make Death Threat Against EPA Chief Scott Pruitt

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The far-left Occupy Wall Street organization ‘doxxed’ EPA chief Scott Pruitt and exposed his home address, in addition to encouraging their followers to take a pitchfork to him directly.  While Twitter removes conservative voices from its platform for merely hurting people’s feelings, the company has no problem with the prolonged hate campaign against Pruitt, and is now allowing an actual death threat to remain published.  Pruitt has been criticized for spending $3.5 million on security, but the left has justified it by doxxing him.

Hard-left activist Occupy Wall Street has published the private Tulsa, Oklahoma, home address of Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt – encouraging its followers to take a “pitchfork to him directly.”

In doing so, they have unwittingly demonstrated the wisdom of something for which up till now Pruitt has been heavily criticized by the liberal media and left wing pressure groups: taking on extra security.

According to Daily Caller:

Occupy Wall Street posted Pruitt’s address on Twitter on Monday along with a New York Times article detailing the EPA head’s “cozy ties” with Joseph Craft, a coal executive. The group gave out his address to their Twitter followers “if you want to take [your] pitchfork to him directly.”

But as former White House press secretary Ari Fleischer was among several to note – “In case you’re wondering why this guy needs security…”, he tweeted – this is precisely why Pruitt needs security protection.

Since proving himself the most able and effective of President Trump’s administrators, Scott Pruitt has been the victim of a prolonged hate campaign conducted by an unholy alliance of Democrats, Never Trumpers and green/hard left activist groups.

Even pop icon Cher has got in on the act by demanding that Pruitt be put in prison.

One of the many charges levelled against Pruitt in this well-orchestrated campaign has been the cost of his security.

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