White supremacists vow to drive online Clinton supporters to suicide

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A Neo-Nazi website called the Daily Stormer published a list of Twitter users who had expressed sadness at the outcome of the 2016 presidential election and urged its followers to try to drive those online Clinton supporters to the point of suicide.

The post was created by Andrew Anglin on Wednesday and titled “I’m So Scared.” In it, he described the list of Twitter users as being people who had expressed fear for their safety because of the election results and then wrote, “You can troll these people and definitely get some of them to kill themselves.”

“Remember when we told you ‘now is not the time for fear’?” Anglin wrote. “Yeah, well. You should probably go ahead and be afraid now. Because it’s happening.”

— White supremacist posters posted all over Iowa State University campus — 

Anglin then outlined the methodology that he suggested his fans use to drive Clinton supporters to suicide, saying, “Just be like ‘it’s the only way you can prove to the racists that Hillary was right all along.'”

“‘Mass Suicides After Trump Victory’ would be a headline the media would play up, but all it would do would demoralize the left even further,” he added.

A disclaimer on the website reads: “We here at the Daily Stormer are opposed to violence.”