CNN's terrifying decision to threaten to personally destroy HanAssholeSolo, the person who created the epic WWE video President Trump tweeted out last week, CNN's chilling move to go the full-Brownshirt against some nobody goofing on the Internet, does not surprise me at all. What is a little shocking is how open the leftwing network was about its mafia tactics. A threat, an actual threat, a warning to others, right there in print! On CNN! [emphasis added]

CNN is not publishing “HanA**holeSolo’s” name because he is a private citizen who has issued an extensive statement of apology, showed remorse by saying he has taken down all his offending posts, and because he said he is not going to repeat this ugly behavior on social media again. In addition, he said his statement could serve as an example to others not to do the same.

CNN reserves the right to publish his identity should any of that change.

Hey, that's a nice life you got there. Be a shame if anything happened to it.

In other words, CNN, a multi-billion dollar, mega-media corporation will be watching the behavior of a private citizen (all of us, really) and should this person (all of us, really) ever be discovered behaving in a way that this multi-billion dollar, mega-media corporation disapproves, this multi-billion dollar, mega-corporation will ruin this person's life (all of our lives, really) — will reveal YOUR name, will see to it that you lose your job, are harassed out of your home, and whatever other horrors CNN's fascist SJW Army can come up with.

The fact that this immoral and breathtakingly unethical Big Brother bullying is coming from CNN's Andrew Kaczynski, makes it a little less surprising. Kaczynski has a nasty track record of abusing his corporate power to pull the wings off of private citizens. While at BuzzFeed, Kaczynski, who obviously suffers from Little Man's Syndrome, once spent his Christmas Eve orchestrating his online lynch mob to destroy a young woman's life, a nobody with fewer than a thousand Twitter followers, all over a tasteless joke Kaczynski did not approve of.

The good news is that on the 4th of July, and through the beauty of democracy via the awesome power of social media, the Proles are striking back.

To call attention to CNN's Hitler-tactics, the Twitter tag #CNNBlackmail is not only trending, it is (as I write this) the number one trend on TwitterNets. To say this corporate bullying is blowing up in CNN's face is a massive understatement. But wait, there's more...

The Proles are also using the awesome power of social media to launch a grassroots boycott against CNN's advertisers. In other words, the good guys have finally figured out how to use the Left's tactics against the Left.

Make no mistake, this is a public relations disaster of massive proportions for CNN — every bit as bad, probably worse, than the previous month, which was a trainwreck filled with forced resignations, massive corrections, mind-blowing retractions, and a ratings death spiral. That was different, though. Attacking the President of the United States with hate and lies is one thing...

HanAssholeSolo is a private citizen, and some believe HanSoloAsshole is just a kid, a 15-year-old kid. Man alive.

If you doubt this is a disaster for CNN, click the #CNNBlackmail tag. The Proles are furious at this corporate-bullying, and rightly so.

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