If you ever wanted to experience life in the Soviet Union or some nightmarish dystopia, you’re in luck. Everyone else is out of luck as the lefties and their media and Big Tech allies unroll their creepy totalitarian campaign to erase anyone who opposes them.
Like on dating apps.
Tinder, Bumble and other dating apps are using images captured from inside the Capitol siege and other evidence to identify and ban rioters’ accounts, causing immediate consequences for those who participated as police move toward making hundreds of arrests.
You know how the coverage would have gone if Tinder or Bumble were banning Black Lives Matter rioters smashing in the heads of police based on their pictures.
But the Washington Post, a paper owned by the CEO of Amazon, and the wealthiest man in the world, is cheerfully talking up the junior Stasi brigade.
Women and men have in some cases also turned the dating apps into hunting grounds, striking up conversations with rioters, gathering potentially incriminating photos or confessions, then relaying them to the FBI. Using the dating apps to pursue members of the mob has become a viral pursuit, with tips shared on Twitter and some women changing their location on the dating apps to Washington, D.C., in hopes of ensnaring a potential suspect.
Patriotic doxxers gather together for the Motherland!
Amanda Spataro, a 25-year-old logistics coordinator in Tampa, called it her “civic duty” to swipe through dating apps for men who’d posted incriminating pictures of themselves
Civic duty. Remember when Americans wondered at the mindset of East Germans where the entire nation seemed to consist of informers. It’s just a matter of “civic duty” though.
“Even your friends and family are tipping us off,” FBI Assistant Director in Charge Steven D’Antuono said at a recent media briefing. “So you might want to consider turning yourself in instead of wondering when we’re going to come knocking on your door. Because we will.”
Take a tip from Pavlik Morozov, comrades. Turn in your parents. I say, turn in your parents. It’s your civic duty.