Eyes on you

Actually all eyes (and ears) on your every word and deed. Say the wrong thing, slight some person’s feelings, unmask your past—you’re Doxxed.  

Somewhere in the ether-yesterday, today, tomorrow you have or will slip-a slip of your tongue, a gesture, a smirk.  You will be exposed and deposed.  Your life, your family, your legacy destroyed beyond repair, beyond imagination, beyond anything you have ever feared.  

You will be written off the history books. Your statue toppled.  Your mark erased.  Well, maybe you will have a mark- a black checkmark on your record, your forehead, your soul.

Doxxed? The term “doxxing” comes from the expression “ dropping dox ”, which was a revenge tactic used by hackers where they dropped malicious information on a rival. Nowadays, doxxing is used to shame or punish people who would rather stay anonymous, because of their controversial beliefs or other types of non-mainstream activity. 

Not PC?  Not even sure what is PC now or in someone’s imagination tomorrow?  What you did yesterday will be in the limelight and, if not PC in someone’s opinion or warped imagination then you are in danger.

I’m a conservative—not PC

I’m a Christain—not PC

I’m a white, male, senior—not PC

I’m an American—not PC

I’m a dinosaur in a world of snowflakes—not PC

I fear what is happening to my country and I am afraid to speak my thoughts and I am afraid to wear a red MAGA hat and I am afraid to walk, talk, stalk where I have walked and talked and stalked before.

So why am I walking and talking and stalking the ruinous direction that riotous, ignorant wimps are taking our country?  Someone has to point a finger, raise a hand, stand up for sanity.

It won’t be long before I am doxxed.

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