The thought police are monitoring your every move, utterance, and passing idea that might flash through your mind in order to ensure we are all adhering to the Correct Way of Thinking.
On Sunday, he wrote "most blacks don't know who their fathers are", in a thread about how much money Americans spend on holidays like Mother's Day and Father's Day. Here's an excerpt from the CNN article showing what happened next. But, CNN added that they reserve "the right to publish his identity should any of that change".
Kaczynski initially said the user "posted his apology before we *ever* spoke" to him, calling KFile afterwards to apologize again.
After he posted the apology (since taken down), he spoke with CNN and asked not to be identified, saying he feared for his personal safety and the embarrassment it would bring to him and his family. In addition, he said his statement could serve as an example to others not to do the same.
After interviewing the user, CNN's investigative team said that it chose not to reveal HanA-holeSolo's identity because he apologized. CNN has set a bullseye on not only President Trump, but his fans as well.
Within the confines of a Reddit group dedicated to Donald Trump, one user has become a hero. Even though they'd just crowed over having the "MAGA [sic] Emporer" share the meme, HanAssholeSolo posted an apology to The_Donald subreddit, in which they claimed to not be anti-Semitic or racist or anything, but just the kind of person who shares and/or creates the same kind memes. CNN is worse: "CNN threatens amateur satirist behind Trump video: "make fun of us again and we dox you".
The article cited CNN's actual statements in their news piece, which admonished the user for posting the meme featuring Trump and the CNN logo on McMahon's face. His identity is either newsworthy or it isn't. And if this fellow's other material is so newsworthy, wouldn't CNN have an obligation to publicize his identity?
CNN boasted that it had tracked down and basically bullied a Reddit user called HanAssholeSolo after he took credit for the video online.
CNN announced that it had located an identified an internet prankster who only goes by the handle "HanA--holeSolo".
As you can see by the use of this idiotic, blowhard gif/looping video, 45 actually enjoys visualizing himself beating up and "defeating" CNN, because they're so mean to him.
NC police officers take ride on slip 'N slide
Since the Independence Day commemoration was supposed to be a joyous occasion, the officers took turns joining in the fun. No citations were issued. "When the female officer asked for a garbage bag, we nearly didn't believe it".