Anonymous just played Donald Trump. #OpWhiteRose was launched in support of the White Rose Society and White Rose Revolt and Trump took the bait. On Friday the Secret Service said it is investigating along with the FBI after the collective Anonymous released personal information of Donald Trump’s, however, most of those details have been online for years.
At the end of the video, there was reference to a pastebin text link that contained personal information about Trump, such as his cell phone number and social security number. Again, that information had been released previously. It’s on the Internet.
Red Cult responded to Trump’s claims that the group “hacked” him by revealing the story, Counter Current News reports.
Watch, uploaded by Maj Houl:
The narrator says that they risked their credibility to prove a few points.
RedCult continues to say that the information they have been accused of hacking “was online from 2013.”
“But what’s new, and what we were trying to prove and did, that Trump and his team preparing for a fascist states ruled by a dictator and his secret police,” the video says.
The video states that the Trump campaign issued this statement without even looking into the issue, “The government and law enforcement authorities are seeking the arrest of the people responsible for attempting to illegally hack Mr. Trump accounts and telephone information.”
It’s the hack that never was but the Trump campaign is seeking to arrest the Anons. The video goes on to note ABC’s story on the ‘hack’ that didn’t really happen.
So they have accused us of hacking Trump, and went even further by asking to arrest us for publishing information that was already public and online.
Trump want to turn America into a fascist dictatorship where anyone can be arrested for just posting old information online.
The video notes TIME’s reporting on the ‘hack’:
Quote, “The U.S. Secret Service is aware of the Internet postings of Candidate Donald Trump’s personal information,” a Secret Service spokesman told TIME, “we are working with the Federal Bureau of Investigation in this matter”, End of quote.
So Trump campaign have accused us of hacking Trump, and went even further by asking to arrest us for publishing information that was already public and online.
“Thank you Trump and Trump campaign, thank you Police, FBI, and the Secret Service for being a part of our little experiment, on how we should expect the so called new America will be,” the Anon in the video says.
“But not if we can help it.”
“Donald Trump, you really should have expected us,” it concludes.
The billionaire candidate has already made it clear that he seeks to limit First Amendment rights while he sucks up to the likes of Vladimir Putin, who eliminates journalists if they are critical of his presidency in Russia.