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DOJ Seeks Personally-Identifying Information from Website for Visitors Who Violently Disrupted the Inauguration Day Events

I don't understand the left's position on this -- they support doxxing at every opportunity, and now are claiming that violent J20 disruptors can't be identified even with a judge's order? Sounds to me like we're abandoning the pretense of...
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