Who will the online outrage mob target next?

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I lose track of this stuff. What was the Drake one over? Him grooming that girl?
Grooming? The girl from Stranger Things? I thought that was a bunch of nothing

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I mean I thought it was confirmed that nothing was happening, not that grooming is nothing.

Only think I heard about Drake is he was fondling a 17 year old on stage in Colorado. I only learned about it after quickly doing a google search after this thread was posted.

Seems like a pretty stupid move on his part, for a variety of reasons.

I don’t know what Ellen did either. Maybe I’m not “in the loop.”
 
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Grooming? The girl from Stranger Things? I thought that was a bunch of nothing?

Only think I heard about Drake is he was fondling a 17 year old on stage in Colorado. I only learned about it after quickly doing a google search after this thread was posted.

Seems like a pretty stupid move on his part, for a variety of reasons.

I don’t know what Ellen did either. Maybe I’m not “in the loop.”
Oh yeh I forgot about the Stranger Things girl. Didn't he start dating a girl he had been hanging out with since she was 16? That's where the grooming accusations came in.
 
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And, I guess to answer the question, anyone in the public spotlight, anyone with money, Power, and/or fame is next.

If anyone in that criteria every said or did something stupid and it’s documented, it will be found out.

Hell a couple lone weirdos on Twitter tried to use a completely innocent, fun video of a politician dancing in public as some sort of “smoking gun” against her. It didn’t gain traction, thankfully.

The mob really doesn’t discriminate. People love it.

Black, white, male, female, gay, straight, woke, slept, whatever, it doesn’t matter. People love when famous people have controversy.
 
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Just looking at Twitter right now, it's pretty clear they're going after '[vis_name][/vis_name]' - looks like not only are the allegations pretty severe, but there's proof as well!

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jesus christ this thing gets me every time

also omg my second favorite movie series
 
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I suspect Biden and/or Bernie will be accused of awful stuff by the time primary season picks up. I don't believe they have actually done anything to warrant being accused of anything however.
 
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What the heck is going on here? Why am I being targeting on this board?

And for starters, I don't have twitter account and don't know that girl associated with the similar username.
 
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Kind of amazed Stephen Colbert has gotten away w all the racist characters he used to do on his Comedy Central show. There was a stereotypical Latino character and also some really bad Asian stereotypes

But I dunno when the “woke” cutoff is. People act like 10 years ago was the Wild West or something.
 
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Gordon Ramsay is being called out for a talk show interview he had with supermodel Sofia Vergara 9 years ago.

He was making sexual innuendos on a late night talk show about a supermodel guest. Just an absolutely disgusting cunt of a person.
Gordon Ramsey is a literal bully and deserves every bit of being put under fire. Here he literally physically assaults a chef, dragging him across the kitchen (one time at the start of the clip and again at the end) then proceeding to verbally assault him. If he does all this with the cameras on, imagine what kind of shit he pulls when they're off. It is fucking astounding that he has gotten away with all this. This is in a whole league above all those other celebrities nonsense "micro" aggressions or whatever. Ramsey has built his career on being a fucking a bully. He is quite a disgusting human being.
 
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I remember that Drake one lmao. So weird.

I suspect during the primary season there's going to be flags raised everywhere. I feel kinda bad for the poor souls that will be running.

Gordon Ramsey is a literal bully and deserves every bit of being put under fire. Here he literally physically assaults a chef, dragging him across the kitchen (one time at the start of the clip and again at the end) then proceeding to verbally assault him. If he does all this with the cameras on, imagine what kind of shit he pulls when they're off. It is fucking astounding that he has gotten away with all this. This is in a whole league above all those other celebrities nonsense "micro" aggressions or whatever. Ramsey has built his career on being a fucking a bully. He is quite a disgusting human being.
Ramsay Bolton*
 

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Gordon Ramsey is a literal bully and deserves every bit of being put under fire. Here he literally physically assaults a chef, dragging him across the kitchen (one time at the start of the clip and again at the end) then proceeding to verbally assault him. If he does all this with the cameras on, imagine what kind of shit he pulls when they're off. It is fucking astounding that he has gotten away with all this. This is in a whole league above all those other celebrities nonsense "micro" aggressions or whatever. Ramsey has built his career on being a fucking a bully. He is quite a disgusting human being.
Love Gordon Ramsey.

His new 24 hours show is tits.
 
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Gordon Ramsey is a literal bully and deserves every bit of being put under fire. Here he literally physically assaults a chef, dragging him across the kitchen (one time at the start of the clip and again at the end) then proceeding to verbally assault him. If he does all this with the cameras on, imagine what kind of shit he pulls when they're off. It is fucking astounding that he has gotten away with all this. This is in a whole league above all those other celebrities nonsense "micro" aggressions or whatever. Ramsey has built his career on being a fucking a bully. He is quite a disgusting human being.
And how much better at his job is that chef for having to meet such high standards?
 
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Love Gordon Ramsey.

His new 24 hours show is tits.
Good for you man. All the power to you if you think your entertainment means more than moral integrity and want to parade that fact around. A fine edge sir, don't cut yourself.

And how much better at his job is that chef for having to meet such high standards?
Yeah, I guess that's all that matters in life, his performance at work. As long as the ends justify the means, abuse is totally acceptable, right? We should implore more bosses to start abusing their employees to improve their performance.
 
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Yo don't you people be dissin' Gordon Ramsey, he's the very definition of tough love. I'm pretty sure he doesn't give a flying f*ck about a few twitter crusaders getting their knickers in a twist over a few spicy jokes he made a decade ago.
 
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After capping off his freshman season at Clemson with an absolute thrashing of Alabama in the NCAA National Championship, quarterback Trevor Lawrence is the biggest NFL prospect in yeads, probably since Andrew Luck, and has to play two more years of college ball before being NFL draft eligible despite being concensus best player in the nation, and would easily be the first pick of the draft this year after just one year of college if that was an option.

He’s basically a wonder phenom, golden Child, whatever.

Someone is gonna find a tweet or yearbook photo and make something out of it, or over the next two years of intense scrutiny of every move makes and every word he says there will inevitably be some sort of benign slip up that gets made into a mountain of “character concern.”

That’s my bet, anyway
 
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Good for you man. All the power to you if you think your entertainment means more than moral integrity and want to parade that fact around. A fine edge sir, don't cut yourself.

Yeah, I guess that's all that matters in life, his performance at work. As long as the ends justify the means, abuse is totally acceptable, right? We should implore more bosses to start abusing their employees to improve their performance.
I'm sure that there are plenty of restaurants with lower standards and less pressure that would love to have him.
 
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Gordon Ramsey is a literal bully and deserves every bit of being put under fire. Here he literally physically assaults a chef, dragging him across the kitchen (one time at the start of the clip and again at the end) then proceeding to verbally assault him. If he does all this with the cameras on, imagine what kind of shit he pulls when they're off. It is fucking astounding that he has gotten away with all this. This is in a whole league above all those other celebrities nonsense "micro" aggressions or whatever. Ramsey has built his career on being a fucking a bully. He is quite a disgusting human being.
No. That is an act for the cameras. If he behaved like that in a real working kitchen he'd get his face punched in. His old mentor Marco Pierre White learnt that lesson the hard way.
 
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Gordon Ramsey is a literal bully and deserves every bit of being put under fire. Here he literally physically assaults a chef, dragging him across the kitchen (one time at the start of the clip and again at the end) then proceeding to verbally assault him. If he does all this with the cameras on, imagine what kind of shit he pulls when they're off. It is fucking astounding that he has gotten away with all this. This is in a whole league above all those other celebrities nonsense "micro" aggressions or whatever. Ramsey has built his career on being a fucking a bully. He is quite a disgusting human being.
It's an act bro. This has been confirmed multiple times. It's actually said that as soon as the camera turns off he's a nice lad and gives meaningful advice to the chefs on his shows. People simply want drama on TV.
 
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Probably trying to dig up dirt on Will Smith next.

They need to get someone with some stature to bring down to feel important. They just need to dig into his history.
He's a massive racist.

We've all seen the videos of him killing aliens. Sure they're from years ago, but we all know it doesn't matter if he's changed or not.

Fuckin Nazi!
 
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For some reason I think women who advocate for staying home and raising kids and light skin black people for not being black enough are on the witch hunt list in future.
I think this already happens mate. Because in alot of this crazies minds, a woman saying something like that for whatever reason means that she's not talking about a personal preference but that she thinks thats what all women should do.

Anyway, to answer the OP, eventually everyone. I mean, no one is really safe by the stupid standards we already at, because every little thing you say, as "innocent" as it may be, can be turned into something completely ridiculous and fabricated.

The true definition of a...
 
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