"Dark Web" Ablaze with Talk of Using Force Against Congress, state and even local officials
There's a whiff of insurrection in the electronic "air" of the "Dark Web" after the U.S. Congress failed to repeal and replace Obamacare.
Various sites on the untraceable underbelly of the Internet are a hotbed of violent rage with users vilifying Congress, publishing the home addresses of Congressional members and open talk of using force and violence against them for this week's healthcare debacle.
Conversations went like this:
User0524 - Here are the addresses of Members of Congress, we should fire bomb their houses for refusing to cancel Obamacare.
Full list of home addresses redacted by SuperStation95>
User1248 - Hey man, cool off. They had only 18 days to look at the Bill and the shit that was in it would have made everything worse.
User 0413- I agree; let's do what Trump says; wait for Obamacare to collapse and watch the communist democrats beg for help.
User 0784 - I don't know. The GOP voted countless times to repeal Obamacare when they knew they couldn't get it passed, but now that they can get it passed, they chicken-out. Cowards need to be purged from our government or we'll lose the whole fuckin country.
User 1565 - I say grab them coming out of their houses and beat the shit out of them as a warning. If they continue to fail - then whack them all!
User0524 - You don't get it. The election _was_the warning. We overcame all their hype, all their opposition and most of all, their outright cheating, and elected Trump. If they didn't get the message from the election, they're not getting it at all. Fuck em all. Let's get em.User1565 - I see your point. But you're talking about doing something permanent and there's big implications in it.User0524 - Force and violence is the only thing they all understand! Make an example out of this Congress so the next one fears the same thing happening to them if they don't obey the People. Even Thomas Jefferson knew the value of revolution. He said we should have one every 20 years. He was right. We're way overdue. Kill 'em all and let God sort it out.
The example above is a mild version of some of the talk taking place. Others talked of hideous, almost ritualistic methods of torturing and killing federal, state and even local elected officials, over a variety of issues.
Other snippets of Dark Web conversation spoke of the illegal immigration problem, and how some state officials in California and New York, as well as even local officials in several named cities, are going out of their way to protect illegal aliens over their own citizens.
Conversations on the Dark Web describe many of these officials as "traitors" and include talk of assassinating state or local officials. One well-read forum thread describes how to storm a legislative sessions at particular State Houses, how to overwhelm police and then how to go about hunting down and shooting members of the legislature. Other conversations talk about doing similar things at City Halls.
The public is royally ticked-off and many are openly wondering if this means the entire election agenda may be in trouble.
Of course "talk is cheap." The Dark Web allows users to "anonymize" themselves using services like TOR and Virtual Private Networks (VPN), so there is little chance of being caught or stopped by law enforcement. This type of freedom may beget a sort of bravado that cannot exist on the regular Internet, because users know they can "trash-talk" and not worry about being arrested. On the other hand, since they know they are not likely to get caught, these folks may ACTULLY BE PLANNING these types of activities. There really is no way to know.
One thing is for certain: The American People are quite fed-up with American governments at many levels, and if this anger festers, we could see an outbreak of political assassinations or even the forcible overthrow of certain governments. 2017 could see a long, hot summer.