Rep. Jaoquin Castro Doxxes His Own Constituents For Being Trump Supporters, Putting Them In Danger

This is something which would have been impossible to imagine just a few years ago. A member of Congress is publicly shaming people in his own community over their politics.

And putting their lives in danger, deliberately.

The Washington Free Beacon reports:

Joaquin Castro Posts Names, Employers of Trump Supporters

Trending: New Poll Finds Support For Trump Growing Among African Americans, Hispanics, And Independents

President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign has taken issue with a Facebook post from Texas congressman Joaquin Castro that lists the names and employers of Trump donors in San Antonio and accuses the private citizens of “contributing to harmful rhetoric that targets the Hispanic community and so many others.”

Castro, twin brother of 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Julian Castro, posted late Monday night on Facebook that he was “sad to see so many San Antonians on this list of maximum donors to Donald Trump.” He specifically called out two companies, including a popular BBQ restaurant, and posted a list of 44 donors, with their full names and employers.

Trump campaign official Tim Murtaugh highlighted the post on Tuesday, calling it a “target list.”

“This is Joaquin Castro, Congressman & chair of his brother’s campaign,” Murtaugh wrote. “Naming private citizens & their employers, targeting them for political views and exercising 1st Amendment rights.”

“At the very least [Castro] is inviting harassment of these private citizens,” he said. “At worst, he’s encouraging violence.”

To make matters worse, he thinks this was justified!

Many people have pointed out how dangerous this is:

In another twist to this horrific story, Castro may have manipulated the list racially:

He deserves to be ejected from Congress immediately.

Do not pass go, do not collect $200 dollars.

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