Leftist Reporters Go After Private Citizens following Data Hack at GiveSendGo that Revealed Donors’ Names

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Last week, the leftist group Distributed Denial of Secrets released private details of several donors who gave money to Kyle Rittenhouse, the Illinois teenager accused of killing two protesters in Wisconsin when he was attacked by them during riots in Kenosha, Wisconsin last year. The donors did not publish their names on GiveSendGo, a Christian crowdfunding site, but the Guardian published the names of several public officials, emergency workers and police officers who donated anonymously to the Rittenhouse defense fund. On Friday, reporter Jason Nguyen attempted to confront a local paramedic in Utah at his home who anonymously gave $10 to the Rittenshouse defense fund. A man reported that Will Carless, a journalist from USA Today, asked him to explain why he donated to a member of the Proud Boys who was stabbed, following the data breach at GiveSendGo that revealed names of donors to conservative causes.

Last week news broke that the far left group Distributed Denial of Secrets released private details of several donors who gave money to Kyle Rittenhouse, the Illinois teenager accused of killing two protesters in Wisconsin when he was brutally attacked during riots in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

The group DDoSecrets outed the donors who attempted to conceal their identities using an anonymous feature on GiveSendGo, a Christian crowdfunding website, following a data breach, The Guardian reported.

The Guardian outed and published the names of several public officials, emergency workers and police officers who donated anonymously to the Rittenhouse defense fund.

Some donors were associated with email addresses traced to police and public work emails.

The Guardian felt this was important to out the officials.

On Friday Utah reporter Jason Nguyen stalked a local paramedic in Utah at his home who anonymously gave to the Rittenshouse defense fund.


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Jake07
Jake07
25 days ago

This DDOS website does not honor YOUR rights to privacy and will unlawfully STEAL whatever private belongings you deem private.These are not honorable people and no penalty for admitted hacking is theft!! This internet is a very risky place on this planet and we should never put anything private on a cell phone and then be surprised when our data is breached! Laws are a joke as we have the most corrupted form of government money can buy.America has set the standard for corruption, no freedom, no justice, tyranny rules the land.

Boomer Lady
Boomer Lady
23 days ago

Never use a wireless device to post financial related things online. Too easy to hack.