30+ students doxxed by leftists simply for attending conservative events


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They’re coming for you next: More than thirty University of Texas students have had their personal data published on the web by a leftist antifa organization, simply because those students joined a conservative club or attended a lecture by a conservative.

The doxxers — calling themselves Austin Autonomous Media (AAM) — are a small collective of UT students. Since fall 2018, AAM members have snuck into conservative club meetings, taken photos of attendees, and posted students’ names and emails online. The AAM also typically posts students’ phone numbers and employers. For example, one young woman was doxxed for the crime of attending a pro-Kavanaugh rally. “Call [employer redacted] to get her fired: (512) XXX-XXX” the post said.

Saurabh Sharma, 21, is the president of the UT chapter of Young Conservatives of Texas (YCT). Many of Sharma’s cabinet members have been doxxed, and he says the fallout has been immense. (PJ Media is not linking to the doxxing posts to protect students’ privacy). “It hasn’t impacted all our members… but it has discouraged many from staying involved,” Sharma told PJ Media on Monday. Sharma himself was one of the first students to be doxxed, and says the experience has him rattled. His contact information is still online.

“It makes me nervous, walking around campus. I never walk around outside with my phone out. One thing people like to do in Texas is to run up to people and snag their phone,” he said.

In another case, a student’s employer had received “numerous harassing phone calls” after her private contact information was published.

We have only just begun. These fascist thugs are now realizing that they can do this with impunity. As is typical in today’s society, the laws of harassment will not be applied to them, being on the left. They will thus feel emboldened to do worse.

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4 comments

  • Col Beausabre

    It isn’t new. When I was an Army ROTC cadet in the early Seventies, leftist creeps would show up taking photos of us in formation when we drilled on Thursday afternoons. To what purpose we never knew….were they attempting to build dossiers on us as “enemies of the people”? Just intimidate us by having our photos taken ? Our response was not to be found in Field Manual 22-5 Drill and Ceremonies – “Company!” Platoon!” Present….Finger!”

  • Kevin R.

    Leftism seems not only to destroy the humanity in leftists but to drive them crminally insane.

  • Rusty Shackledord

    The left gets mad and doxxes the right.

    The right gets mad and buys another case of ammo.

  • wodun

    We have only just begun. These fascist thugs are now realizing that they can do this with impunity.

    This is true. Marxism is ascending on the left and we have not reached the high water mark. And it really is fascism as they have party control over business without owning them. The next time we have a Democrat President will be the test of whether or not we remain a free capitalist society or whether or not we descend into the misery of oppression that is the norm for much of human history.

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