What are the chances that this little dweeb is in fact the person responsible for hacking GiveSendGo and other pro-freedom, conservative tech platforms?
However likely, it is true that most leftists today strongly resemble this freak so it wouldn’t come as a shock if he is actually the culprit. But who would admit to this sort of thing on social media?
Probably someone who feels comfortable knowing that liberal governments will do nothing to punish criminals of a left-wing persuasion.
In a video posted to his TikTok account, Aubrey Cottle claimed he hacked the fundraising website that the “Freedom Convoy” truckers used to raise money for their protests.
This is Aubrey Cottle. He hacked GiveSendGo and he doesn't care if anyone knows it. He's live on TikTok bragging about doxing and releasing the info that's currently getting thousands of people fired from their jobs for donating to the Freedom Convoy. pic.twitter.com/HJW7BBRc4z
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) February 16, 2022
Cottle previously posted a TikTok video earlier this month saying, “It would be a real shame if something were to happen to GiveSendGo.”
On Sunday, GiveSendGo was hacked, and over 92,000 names of donors on the platform were leaked online. The hack also redirected the GiveSendGo.com visitors to a new webpage featuring an essay criticizing the platform posted over a video of Disney’s Frozen.
GiveSendGo managed to get its website back up on Tuesday. The “Freedom Convoy” has raised nearly $9.5 million on the platform, topping the nearly $9 million the protesters raised on GoFundMe before being booted from the platform.
An additional 5GB of data from GiveSendGo was also leaked Wednesday that included “limited credit card data” and source code for the website. GiveSendGo founder Jacob Wells called on the FBI to investigate the hack and said the company will take legal action.
In a statement Wednesday, GiveSendGo acknowledged that its website was hacked Sunday but vowed to continue on in the fight against radical authoritarianism.
“We are in a battle. We didn’t expect it to be easy. This has not caused us to be afraid. Instead, it’s made it even more evident that we can not back down.”
— GiveSendGo (@GiveSendGo) February 15, 2022
Cottle did not elaborate on whether he acted alone in the hack. He said he also hacked Gab, Parler, Truth Social, and Epic Hosting, web services run by conservatives. Last week, he posted one video expressing his joy that an Ontario court froze donations to the “Freedom Convoy” from GiveSendGo.
Since the leak, left-wing journalists in both Canada and the U.S. have begun harassing donors to the ‘Freedom Convoy’ fundraiser.
One small business owner was even forced to close her ice cream shop after private information was leaked revealing she donated $250 to the the truckers.
Gelato shop in Ottawa was forced to close after owner was doxxed by Left-wing criminals when GiveSendGo donor data was leaked.
As a result of the leak, Tammy Giuliani and her business received numerous threats because she donated $250 to Freedom Convoy.https://t.co/PtZBxOYgCH
— Suburban Black Man 🇺🇸 (@goodblackdude) February 16, 2022
She was immediately contacted by liberal journalists and, like clockwork, the activists targeted the business forcing it to close.
This harrowing action will cause many to wake up to the harrowing realities of left-wing governments.
Or at least we hope.
Author: Asa McCue