Kate McMillan: “Not showing up to riot is a failed conservative policy.”
Usually, my philosophy is to hold the media to its own rules. Whatever standard the media sets in its attacks against the Right I encourage others to hold the media to. But in this case, we’re talking about encouraging illegal behavior. So I would just like to say to all the hackers out there that it would be wrong — terribly, horribly and unforgivably wrong — to hack any email accounts owned by members of the elite media.
While I realize some members of the media make their email accounts public — for instance, Ben Smith is firstname.lastname@example.org — it would just be wrong-wrong-wrong to hack those accounts and make public the contents. I just can’t express how wrong it would be. Doing such a thing would make you the mayor of Wrongtown, so please just don’t to it.
I’m not saying the release of those emails wouldn’t get a lot of attention. But it would be the WRONG kind of attention.
That’s all I’m going to say, because I’m just heartsick over the thought of such a wrong thing happening to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.