A 45-year-old professor named Megan Squire has created a "set of programs" dubbed "Whack-a-Mole," centralizing the gathered information on alleged "far-right extremists" and filtering it to the highly biased left-wing group Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), in hopes of getting such individuals monitored and/or fired from their jobs. She also assists violent left-wing "activists" from Antifa to dox such undesirable "far-right wingers."
Squire, who teaches Computer Science at North Carolina-based Elon University, was recently featured in Wired magazine, outlining her "crusade" against the "far-right," which we have all come to understand is the label branded on anyone who dares deviate from leftist orthodoxy at all. "Squire often feeds data to the SPLC, whose analysts might use it to provide information to police or to reveal white supremacists to their employers, seeking to get them fired. She also sent several high-profile names from the list to another contact, a left-wing activist who she knew might take more radical action—like posting their identities and photos online, for the public to do with what it would," says Wired.
"In the shadowy world of the internet, where white nationalists hide behind fake accounts and anonymity is power, Whack-a-Mole was shining a searchlight," boasts Wired, calling Squire's work "vigilante justice."
"By mid-December, the SPLC had compiled a list of 130 people and was contacting them, to give them a chance to respond before possibly informing their employers or taking legal action," says the outlet. "Meanwhile, the left-wing activist whom Squire had separately sent data to was preparing to release certain names online. This is just how Squire likes it. Hers is a new, digitally enabled kind of vigilante justice. With no clear-cut rules for just how far a citizen could and should go, Squire has made up her own."
Squire used Whack-a-Mole to send a report on "nearly 700 white supremacists" who were committed to attending the infamous Charlottesville "Unite the Right" rally to the SPLC. Wired continued, "She sent a report to the SPLC, which passed it on to Charlottesville and Virginia law enforcement."
The professor also got Antifa involved: Squire "called attention to the event on anarchist websites and spread the word via 'affinity groups,' secret peer-to-peer antifa communication networks."
“Whack-a-Mole is very helpful. It’s a new way to research these people that leads me to information I didn’t have," said one leftist "activist," who goes by the pseudonym Robert Lee.
According to Wired, Lee "posts the supposed identities of anonymous neo-Nazis and KKK members on his blog, Restoring the Honor, which is read by journalists and left-wing activists, and on social media, in an effort to provoke the public (or employers) to rebuke them." Still, Lee denies engaging in what he calls "full-on doxing,"
Squire "has no plans to stop digitally surveilling far-right extremists, wherever they may be," says the mag. She also continues to indoctrinate the minds of the youth in North Carolina.
What could go wrong?
H/T Far Left Watch