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Doxxed Citizen Launches Legal Fund To Sue Daily Beast, Facebook As Benefactors Begin To Rally

Big League Politics can confirm benefactors are seeking to help Brooks sue The Daily Beast, CNN, and Facebook.

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Big League Politics can confirm that several wealthy benefactors are attempting to contact Shawn Brooks, the user who uploaded the viral Nancy Pelosi meme in which she appeared even less coherent than usual, to help him sue Daily Beast, CNN, Facebook, and others involved in his recent doxxing as he announces his legal defense fund on GoFundMe.

Brooks was doxxed by Daily Beast writer and former black hat hacker Kevin Poulsen after he uploaded the viral clip of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi appearing to stammer and slur her words more than usual.

Poulsen apparently colluded with Facebook to dox Brooks, a story that was picked up and repeated by CNN.

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Reports initially indicated Poulsen also created the viral meme, but Brooks denies this. Brooks also denied he is the user who posted the video to his Facebook pages, though Poulsen, quoting Facebook, claims Brooks used a sock puppet account to post it.

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It was rumored that wealthy benefactors with significant experience in legal matters regarding the mainstream media and social media were seeking to help Brooks sue early this morning, and now Big League Politics can report that one such benefactor has independently contacted our senior reporter, Peter D’Abrosca, to confirm they are actively attempting to contact Brooks to provide financial and legal support.

This comes as Brooks announced his own legal defense fund via GoFundMe, writing in the fund’s description that he is “looking at my options for possible legal action against anyone who was associated in publishing that inaccurate trash article about me, misquoting me and accusing me of being the creator of the Speaker Pelosi video that went viral.”

Brooks is already making progress toward his goal of $10,000 to sue the Daily Beast and others at press time, with donations ranging from $5 to $200.

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Last night, Big League Politics revealed that Poulsen’s history is perhaps more colorful than Brooks, an African American who has worked a series of manual labor jobs and became an ardent supporter of President Donald Trump after witnessing the destruction of the United States economy under the guidance of President Barack Obama.

Poulsen is a former black hat hacker who was convicted of several crimes, stood accused of hacking into United States Army and FBI systems, and attempting to steal critical intelligence. He served five years in prison, and another several on probation. Poulsen was the first person to be banned from accessing the Internet as punishment for cyber crimes, and was only allowed access after persuading his parole officer in 2004.

Facebook has thus far refused to provide comment to Big League Politics regarding its part in helping Poulsen dox Brooks or any possible litigation.

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IRONY: Atlanta Protestors Take Riot, Vandalism to CNN Headquarters

The fake news network being targeted by the mob.

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Riotous protestors assembling in the wake of the George Floyd death in Atlanta picked a peculiar target for their demonstration- none other than CNN’s headquarters. The mob assembled in front of the entrance to the fake news network’s primary building on Friday afternoon.

The mob could be seen pitching glass bottles at the network’s doors, and most notably, vandalizing a giant ‘CNN’ statue with graffiti of various sorts.

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“F*** CNN.”

That’s a harsher insult to the liberal mainstream media company than President Donald Trump has ever tweeted.

The protestors appear to be no fan of the fake news network, even as CNN has dishonestly presented the activities of other Floyd protestors in Minneapolis and around the country as ‘peaceful.’ Network operative Brian Stelter had tried to blame President Trump for violence during a segment Thursday night, claiming the President was escalating an already dangerous situation through a tweet announcing he’d send in the National Guard to Minneapolis.

Protestors could later be seen trying to bust into the profitable media company’s offices, banging against the glass doors.

Police cars on site were seen in a state of destruction during the protest. It doesn’t appear as if the law enforcement presence at CNN headquarters is big enough to deter the rioters from acts of vandalism targeting the news network.

Some protestors could later be seen burning an American flag in the vicinity of the CNN Center, making it all but certain that the riotous crowd is politically aligned with the left.

Any sort of vandalism or wanton property destruction is to be condemned, but it’s clear that CNN failed to consider the ramifications of the riots. Perhaps they’ll be more inclined to think of the consequences for small business owners and innocent bystanders after their own offices have been targeted.

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