Yashar Ali Shares Targeted Harassment of Kaitlin Bennett, Deletes Tweet

Huffington Post contributor Yashar Ali deleted a tweet after sharing targeted harassment and false impersonation of Kaitlin Bennett.


Huffington Post contributor Yashar Ali deleted a tweet on Monday after sharing targeted harassment and false impersonation of conservative YouTube star Kaitlin Bennett.

Yashar Ali shared an image of Bennett that has been described by many as “revenge porn.”

Culttture publisher Ali Alexander tweeted at Yashar Ali, writing “Shame on you for violating Twitter’s terms of service and cyber bullying. How disgusting but totally part of your daily routine. Verified impersonation is a TOS violation.”

OAN host Jack Posobiec called Yashar Ali’s tweet, “Targeted harassment of a young woman,” and pointed out, “If any conservative account did all of this at once, they’d be banned immediately from Twitter.”

Journalist Mike Cernovich reported that a police complaint had been filed over the harassment shared by Yashar Ali.

Cernovich tweeted to Yashar Ali, writing, “These screenshots will been seen as real to many. Why are you celebrating someone using a verified account to impersonate someone else in order to spread disinformation?” and calling his actions “gutter tier.”

Darla Shine wrote “Why does @yashar continue to attack and defame women? What is going on with him? He needs help. #mommyissues

Yashar Ali has tweeted abuse at Bennett for years, including saying she has the “intellectual capacity of a marshmallow.”

Bennett was not deterred by Yashar Ali’s harassment.

“Liberals want me to drop dead so bad, but I’m not going anywhere. You should all see a doctor and get medication to cure your Kaitlin Bennett Derangement Syndrome,” wrote Bennett.


Like it? Share with your friends!

Andrew Meyer

Comments

0 Comments