Readers of this blog will recall a series of recent reports concerning internet threats made by someone styling themselves “Anonymous CSA.” We note that the videos have been taken down after people protested their presence: Anonymous CSA’s Facebook page also vanished. Also vanishing was a previous post put up by Anonymous CSA back in January 2015 that targeted the Virginia Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans.
The targets were people who appear to be especial favorites of the Virginia Flaggers … especially one Flagger.
Recall that January 2015 post threatening the Virginia Division of the SCV? Well, then, you’ll recall that this also appeared.
It’s typical Tripp Lewis, complete with threats of legal action (no doubt so he can get more people to contribute to his “legal defense fund”).
Wonder whether Tripp made good on those threats when the SCV met in Richmond. Wonder whether Anonymous CSA did, either.
Another blog has also highlighted evidence that points in a certain direction.
What’s telling is that neither the Virginia Flaggers nor their shrill mouthpiece have rushed to address these issues, although they are fond of doing so (I especially enjoy the claims by Susan Hathaway that she does not pay attention to this blog as she responds to what appears here).
And of course y’all will remember that it was Tripp Lewis who brought the infamous Rob Walker to the attention of Ms. Hathaway, who discerned God’s work in the entire business. Indeed.