Skip to comments.Sarah Palin supporters hack Twitter feed of company that posted her emails for msnbc.com
Posted on 06/12/2011 10:13:17 PM PDT by ruralvoter
The Twitter feed of the company that put online 24,000 pages of Sarah Palin's emails for msnbc.com was hacked over the weekend, with vandals posting a series of pro-Palin and anti-Obama messages.
Among the tweets:
* Emails: Gov. Palin a Hard-Working Public Servant * Email Witch-hunt Backfires * Weiner's America Or Palin's America - That Is The 2012 Choice
"It appears that there is a 'hole' in one of the applications (we think Facebook) that links to Twitter," Art Crivella, founder and CEO of the company, Crivella West, told msnbc.com Sunday evening. "We've disabled them and mopped up the bile and changed all the passwords."
(Excerpt) Read more at openchannel.msnbc.msn.com ...
That was ‘bile’? roflol
Bile? Awwwwwwwwwwww poor communist lovers at MSDNC can’t stand the fact that there was no smoking gun in the emails..Hey I would love to read Weiner’s emails..wait..maybe I wouldn’t LOL
And they are 100% certain they were Palin supporters? lulz!
MSNBC has a hard enough time reporting the truth and I am to believe their conclusions on this? Double lulz!! =.=
disagreeing civilly with a liberal is hate speech
disagreeing with a conservative with death threats is free speech
No they are not certain who posted the messages. It could be considered unprofessional for them to make this presumption in the article or the headline.
>disagreeing civilly with a liberal is hate speech
disagreeing with a conservative with death threats is free speech<
Yup.. you know the liberal mantra? “Free speech for me but none for thee”
Are they 100% sure it was a 'hack' or are they just unaware of using hash tags on topics and supporters were tagging them in notes?
If it is a Live Twitter feed can’t anyone post on it?
I would not put it past them to have done it themselves so as to blame “Palin supporters. Since they couldn’t find any dirt in the emails, they create a fake controversy to at least try to make “Palin supporters” look bad.
Which they did
America is completely ‘out of control’. Liberals are just childishly ridiculous.
(you have to wonder if they ever look in the mirror and think...what the hell am i doing?)
Born February 11, 1964 in Sandpoint, ID (Meets the Jus Soli Requirement)
Charles R Heath, born in ID
Sarah Sheeran, born in WI
Both parents were US Citizens at the time of her birth (Meets the Jus Sanguinis Requirement)
Sarah Palin is a NATURAL BORN CITIZEN
Barry Soetoro aka Barack Hussein Obama ISN'T!
Hackers of the RIGHT UNITE! Hackers... I love that movie.
"It appears that in this case 'hacking' means sending out spam tweets pretending to be us. I think real hackers might be offended."
also liberal mantra, low taxes for me, but high taxes for thee
no charity from me, but charity for thee
“Emails: Gov. Palin a Hard-Working Public Servant * Email Witch-hunt Backfires”
“We’ve disabled them and mopped up the bile and changed all the passwords.”
Yes, horrendous bile. It makes my eyes bleed just reading the words. “Palin a Hard Working Public Servant?” Why, that’s the equivalent of the F-word to liberals. Well, an F-word that’s actually bad, since a glimpse at liberal logs suggests the actual F-word is just for normal conversation that isn’t childish to use in the slightest.
Like they care about professionalism. It is not like they will be now going after Barky’s school grades/financial records or unearthing why the 1st wookie gave up her law license.
This is far from hacking.
“Bile? Awwwwwwwwwwww poor communist lovers at MSDNC cant stand the fact that there was no smoking gun in the emails”
More likely it was Sarah haters that hacked and posted because they were angry that msnbc hadn’t done enough to forge e-mails that could prove damageing to Sarah.
Costing us trillions.
Surely some attorney out there is willing and able to file a class-action lawsuit against the major media outlets for the damages they have caused us.
Hijack thread maybe, but “hack”?
Great change-up ASA. Too funny.
We should say the same.
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