Taylor Lorenz was in the news this week after doxing some more innocents who are outside the far-left agenda. Lorenz previously risked the lives of Pamela Geller’s children by doxing them a few years ago.
In July of 2020 Taylor Lorenz played the victim after some venture capitalists tweeted about her, something she does with impunity.
Taylor Lorenz, the former Daily Beast reporter who doxed Pamela Geller’s children, causing them to lose their jobs, is now complaining that venture capitalists want to “destroy her career” — because they criticized Lorenz on social media.
Tech censorship supporter Lorenz, who now writes for the New York Times Posted a long twitter thread complaining about criticism from venture capitalists, in particular the angel investor Balaji Srinivasan.
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Lorenz says Srinivasan is “constantly trying to destroy my career” because he criticizes her on the internet.
However, back in 2018 while at the Daily Beast, Lorenz wrote about Pamela Geller and her family. She doxed Geller’s children and then wrote the following about Geller:
But there is one family member in particular who is conspicuously absent from the Oshry sisters’ social-media posts: their mother, the anti-Islam activist, hate-monger, and diehard Trump supporter Pamela Geller.
Pamela Geller has built a career off leveraging the media to incite outrage with her racist, Islamophobic comments. She is widely regarded as an alt-right troll; the Southern Poverty Law Center described her rhetoric as “hate speech.”
In 2013, she was banned from entering England after the British government said having her in the country would “not be conducive to the public good.” In 2015, she hosted a “Draw the Prophet Muhammad” contest in Garland, Texas—the site where two gunmen were killed by a security guard after plotting an attack at the event.
None of the girls have spoken out or denounced their mother’s extremist views.
Born to a Jewish family and raised on Long Island near New York, Geller is the president of two anti-Muslim groups: the American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI) and Stop the Islamization of America (SIOA).
It was the former organization that put on the cartoon contest, which came under attack Sunday by two men with assault rifles. They were shot and killed by a Garland, Texas policeman providing security for the event.
Responsibility for the attack was claimed by the Islamic State group Tuesday, although it remained unclear whether the claim was credible.
“Clearly what happened is indicative of how very vital this conference was needed,” Geller told Fox News.
“The idea that there is a violent war, (that) there is a violent assault on freedom of speech, clearly was brought home.”
Lorenz seemed to care less about the well-being of Geller’s family in 2018 even after Pamela Geller was stalked and attacked by Muslim extremists a couple of years prior.
Taylor Lorenz doxed Pam Geller’s daughters, who were not involved in any political activism. It was simply a way to incite death threats. Which aren’t speculative. A Geller event was the site of an attempted mass shooting by terrorists. https://t.co/Zgb3bhFfc3
— Cernovich (@Cernovich) April 19, 2022
Now Lorenz is with the Washington Post and she is still doing what she does best, doxing innocents who are outside the liberal left mindset. The New York Post reported the following:
The Washington Post came out in support of its internet culture beat reporter Taylor Lorenz after she came under fire on social media for allegedly “doxxing” the woman behind the controversial Twitter account “Libs of TikTok.”
“Taylor Lorenz is a diligent and accomplished journalist whose reporting methods comport entirely with the Washington Post’s professional standards,” the Post’s senior managing editor Cameron Barr said in a statement.
“Chaya Raichik, in her management of the Libs of TikTok Twitter account and in media interviews, has had a significant impact on public discourse and her identity had become public knowledge on social media.”
Barr added: “We did not publish or link to any details about her personal life.”
Supporters of Raichik claimed that the Post’s statement was inaccurate as the initial story published by Lorenz contained a link to the woman’s work address and other work details.
A later version of the story had the link removed.
Do you need any more evidence that the far-left media, and especially the WaPo and their reporter Lorenz, don’t care about the safety or privacy of those they write about? To WaPo’s Lorenz, if you don’t push liberal thinking, you are not safe.