Oath Keepers has been a gathering place for patriots in the police, military and veteran communities since 2009.
Oath Keepers, known to many as the national patriot organization composed of military, police and veterans who reaffirm their Oaths and swear never to obey unlawful orders, became the unfortunate victim of a Facebook hack on the morning of Thursday, May 21st, as a yet unidentified intruder gained access to the page. The hacker then proceeded to have a field day reposting sexually suggestive slideshows from click-bait website “HotOrNotViral.blogspot.com.” (Didn’t link it…don’t bother).
Hacker Gets to the Bottom of the Important Issues.
Speculation abounds in the Oath Keepers community today as to the motives behind the attack. Oath Keepers has its share of enemies who detest the idea of servicemen and police officers with independent consciences, most notably the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) who lists founder Stewart Rhodes by name as a right wing patriot extremist. Many in the community believe the hack to be the work of a troll inspired by a statist ideology to underhandedly get the page reported and taken down. This behavior would easily fit the profile of a leftist who can’t stand free speech and feels this juvenile brand of cyber warfare is the only way to win. Still others are dismissing the hack as a practical joke, noting that at least the sleazy pictures are somewhat aesthetically pleasing.
“As liberals like time and again to say that constitutionalists have small penises, they decided to hack the [Oath Keepers] page and post some close up selfies,” chided Mulle Noorlun, administrator of the Fort Hood Oath Keepers page. “Most Soldiers have better FMs and TMs in their offices anyway!”
“We appear to be the Butt of a joke,” adds Texas chapter president Jay Stang.
While some of us can at least chuckle at the adolescent humor in it, in light of other attacks likely inspired by SPLC (if you’ll pardon my speculation), it would be no laughing matter. Recall the 2013 shooting at the Christian activist Family Research Council during which leftist lunatic Floyd Corkins entered the organization’s headquarters intending to commit mass murder and stuff Chick Fil-A sandwiches in the mouths of his victims.
Camel Toe and Crotch Selfies? Not On Our Watch!
Whichever the case, Oath Keepers page admins are working to correct the problem. In a repeating message posted in the Comments section of several of the intrusive posts, administrator Robert Hase tells followers, “Hello everyone, I am an admin on this page. It was hacked and we are doing our best to get it back.”
It is not clear at this moment whether the attack will adversely affect Oath Keepers or their mission, but the center-of-mass among the organizations membership seems to have put it appropriately in perspective and will continue to show support for its leadership. For those of us who support Oath Keepers, let us take this opportunity to exercise patience, humility, and a second look at our own security procedures.
After all, it can happen to anyone, at any time. And next time it might not look as good.
By Anthony James Kidwell – DontComply.com
Anthony James Kidwell is an Army veteran, an "import" Texan and a dyed-in-the-wool conservative, born and raised in the liberty movement. He currently serves as a support element officer for Comanche Company, Central Texas Militia. He is also an Oath Keeper and an activist for Texas gun rights via Come and Take It Texas.
Anthony holds a Bachelor of Science in English and Education, and a Master of Science in Professional Writing from Towson University, Maryland, yet somehow has withstood the brainwashing of the Marxist university system - an impressive accomplishment on its own if he don't say so himself, (which he does).
The left is starting to worry, they’ll try every dirty thing they can to get things stirred up. Hang in there real PATRIOTS KNOW BETTER
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