Sick, Twisted and Evil – Six eBay Executives Charged With Disturbing Cyberstalking…

This is so purposefully evil it almost seems unbelievable.  If you ever wondered how twisted and deranged a group of Silicon Valley executives could be this might provide some context.  This is what happens when Antifa-types get jobs.

Massachusetts DOJ – “Six former employees of eBay, Inc. have been charged with leading a cyberstalking campaign targeting the editor and publisher of a newsletter that eBay executives viewed as critical of the company. The alleged harassment included sending the couple anonymous, threatening messages, disturbing deliveries – including a box of live cockroaches, a funeral wreath and a bloody pig mask – and conducting covert surveillance of the victims.”

Oh, it gets worse. WATCH:


James Baugh, 45, of San Jose, Calif., eBay’s former Senior Director of Safety & Security, was arrested today and charged by criminal complaint with conspiracy to commit cyberstalking and conspiracy to tamper with witnesses.

David Harville, 48, of New York City, eBay’s former Director of Global Resiliency, was arrested this morning in New York City on the same charges and will make an initial appearance via videoconference in U.S. District Court in the Southern District of New York.

In addition the following defendants were charged in an Information unsealed today: Stephanie Popp, 32, of San Jose, eBay’s former Senior Manager of Global Intelligence; Stephanie Stockwell, 26, of Redwood City, Calif., the former manager of eBay’s Global Intelligence Center (GIC); Veronica Zea, 26, of San Jose, a former eBay contractor who worked as an intelligence analyst in the GIC; and Brian Gilbert, 51, of San Jose, a former Senior Manager of Special Operations for eBay’s Global Security Team.

They are each charged with conspiracy to commit cyberstalking and conspiracy to tamper with witnesses and will make appearances in federal court in Boston at a later date. (MORE)

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287 Responses to Sick, Twisted and Evil – Six eBay Executives Charged With Disturbing Cyberstalking…

  1. mugzey302 says:

    America is under attack on so many levels. The communist Bolshevik insurgency, under cover of a race war; and the deluded, marxist, “woke” liberals who truly believe they are entitled to threaten, lecture, dox, and bankrupt anyone whose opinion is different from theirs ~ like these EBay thugs. What about these people who “report” someone to their employer for a comment or an opinion, and the “woke” employer is duty-bound to investigate or fire that person? Stasi state in America? Not to mention the seemingly unprovoked physical attacks on whites by groups of 4-6 black guys happening all over the country now? Videos on twitter. One police officer being choked with his own Billy club on the floor of a fast food place. Atlanta police are understaffed with “blue flu” as officers are now under attack on all sides. Armor up, believers, this “season” will continue.

    Liked by 13 people

    • TigerBear says:

      But….but….but….We’re winning 😳


    • old white guy says:

      Free people are under attack. just try and be an individual in America today. I once made the comment that only the homeless and insane are free in America. I think I was right, as in not wrong.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Today’s events make he movie “The Lives of Others” . . . . . about life under the Stasi in the 80’s look like Father Knows Best. I still believe there are more of us . . . . but it’s getting pretty shaky.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Some old guy says:

        Assuming he’s the formal beneficiary, I am confident its subject to garnishment. I’m less convinced that they could establish a onetime payment from the county though.


    • laurisand says:

      I called Jay Inslee’s office (governor of Wa. State) and wanted to register my complaint with his new edicts. I was put on hold for about 4 minutes and 2.5 of those minutes were a pre-recorded message that said, “if you see someone doing something wrong, call this number.” and .. “if you see businesses doing something wrong, call this other number..”

      So, yes, reporting on people is now being ingrained in the American psyche, on all sides.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Sally Hugher says:

      I think all these big companies that were supportive of Hillary and the Democratic Machine are sabotaging the economies of people who are conservative. (Most large companies that people use everyday either have CEOs whom are friends with DNC machine, or have other executives, or board members who are in bed with them. ) We know for a fact Google, Facebook, Twitter, even Craigslist, and many others are Leftist ran organizations where conservatives are often targeted in many ways, whether it be blocking them from commerce, secretly shadow banning, ghosting their posts, throttling customers replies and inquires, etc. They really cannot be trusted, but unfortunately we don’t have many other options right now, which is why the Anti trust issues are so important to solve.

      Liked by 1 person

      • ms doodlebug says:

        Three people have told me I’m being shadow banned on FB. They no longer see my posts or notifications of my posts. They have to go directly to my page. I do post pro-PDJT/anti-democrats videos and comments so maybe they’re right. Then Twitter banned my dog (lol) for tweeting that Pelosi, Schiff, and Nadler should be hung high for the vultures.


      • mugzey302 says:

        I msg Tom Fitton and asked him to talk on Twitter about legal remedies for people who are doxxed, complaints sent to employers, and fired for an OPINION. This is so out of control it’s harassment and discrimination.


  2. 4gypsybreeze says:

    Ending remarks when listening to this “briefing”—Priceless. He summed it up pretty good! Crucial is a good word………

    Liked by 6 people

    • Tulips Moran says:

      What’s most troubling is that we’re living in a time when people are quick to take on a grievance and worse yet act on that grievance even if it is unlawful acts. The Democrats have created a “victim” class and without publicly speaking out against unlawful acts or defending the rule of law, they perpetuate responses like these eBay executives and the rioters plaguing our cities. Rule of law is what’s crucial to a civil society.

      Liked by 8 people

      • madeline says:

        Part of this is no one calls out or charges the people who bullied our President. I mean the intel community, the congress, the military…need I go on? If that had been handled correctly some of this would cease. AG Barr…hello.

        Liked by 2 people

    • Justice Warrior says:

      Like this guy! Like this guy! Like it, like it, like this guy 👍

      Liked by 2 people

  3. Linda K. says:

    The first question the police would ask investigating a series of crimes like this, would be who is motivated against this couple? What is the aim of this harassment?
    The ebay execs went to a lot of trouble and thought to scare these people. It strikes me that their plan was poorly thought out but meticulously carried out. Immature, cruel like little “mean girls” in high school.
    Next question. Who else did they do it to?

    Liked by 15 people

  4. Some old guy says:

    On a serious note (from above comment), note what these people do to those they despise and recognize that very likely includes you and me.

    Liked by 13 people

    • sturmudgeon says:

      Some old guy: Yes.. and that is why they MUST be exposed, and shown for the ‘scum’ (President Trump’s accurate description) they are.


  5. thedoc00 says:

    This is the tip of the Iceberg folks and the scale runs from the most subtle, steeling info off an intercepted e-mail or phone conversation to send targeted commercial adds via internet, to this scenario. These were supposedly executives with superior Democrat Educations, just think what the more clever employees at these tech firms are doing.

    Then throw in the that it is likely there are a substantial number of agents from friendly and enemy nations, working as H1B’s in High tech, and the one would consider going back to 2 cans and a string for communications.

    Liked by 4 people

  6. henry says:

    I bet Ebay contacted Page and Strozk for solutions.


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    • Your Tour Guide says:

      Look up David Wenig the resigned CEO of Ebay.

      See the text messages him and another guy sent back
      and forth regarding this couple. They pretty much put a
      mob hit on this couple. And, Ebay is claiming they weren’t
      involved. CYA, save the stock price.

      Along the lines of “I don’t need to know how you do it,
      I just want it done”.

      Wenig was at Reuters from 2008-2011. Couldn’t find any
      scandals that smelled of him online. But I have a feeling
      that this federal prosecutor’s phone lines will be ringing
      off the hook soon. This type of behavior doesn’t just start
      out of the blue. There’s guaranteed to be a lot of coworkers,
      underlings that this dude has treated shabbily over the years.

      Oh, and the guy got a fifty seven million golden parachute
      when he bailed. I hope that this couple gets every cent of it and more.

      Liked by 8 people

      • ann says:

        “This kind of behavior doesn’t just start out of the blue.“

        Tour Guide,

        Interesting post.

        Wenig, firmer CEO, is documented in his communication archives as an instigator yet is untouched. He is rewarded upon exiting and passes smoothly through the proverbial revolving door. No ostracism, no consequences.

        We’ve witnessed parallel criminal behavior at the executive level in several federal institutions yet zero prosecutions. No ostracism, no consequences,

        In fact, the corporate/state platforms these deceitful Pied Pipers, leading our country astray.

        This suggests degraded organisational cultures are either contagious or broadly shared within a select, exclusionist caste.
        Do executives in federal government, SIS and SES, have prosecutorial immunity?
        Is the senior level of FBI legally immune?

        Why do government employees receive free legal representation?

        Having the OLC defend or fend off cases against hi level colleagues seems like a huge conflict of interest. Do taxpayers fund the preliminary legal expenses of prospective defendants?

        I don’t understand the logic of confining legal power to only one organisation.
        Is this a glitch, unforeseen by the creators of our constitution?

        I applaud the JD actions, and look forward to many more . 🇺🇸🦅

        Bring down that hammer, DoJ. Your work is essential to rebuilding our country.

        Liked by 2 people

        • Your Tour Guide says:

          The best portion of this? It goes across state lines.

          So, the better of the feds are involved. ( See the guy holding
          the press conference). Imagine if all this happened in Bezerkly, California.
          Like the bike lock guy that should be in prison, but got off scot free.

          Now. see if Wenig is left untouched. I think an anonymous tipline
          regarding similar instance is in order.

          Liked by 2 people

  7. TJ says:

    -Flashback 2018: NeverTrump’s Billionaire Leftist Benefactors

    “we have learned learned that one of Kristol’s benefactors is progressive billionaire Pierre Omidyar, the co-founder of eBay.”

    Liked by 5 people

  8. annieoakley says:

    My Son’s MIL has an aunt who was in a nursing home due to Dementia and not doing well so her daughter took her mother to the hospital. Aunt tested positive for Wuhan Flu and Hospital said too bad and sent her back to the home where she died. NJ of course. I mentioned to MIL that the Gov, Phil Murphy signed the order that made the hospital do this and that Cuomo has done the same. I am now forbidden by the rest of the family to utter the word Covid. They all really believe Democrat run Governments are God and Republicans are of the Devil.

    Liked by 3 people

  9. cheryl says:

    All former employees so Ebay has already fired them trying to get ahead of the corporate damage. Democrats act like such infants.

    Liked by 2 people

  10. tav144 says:

    Eye opening to find out that one of the co-conspirators was a former police department captain!

    “ It is alleged that the very same group intended then to have Gilbert, a former Santa Clara police captain, approach the victims with an offer to help stop the harassment that the defendants were secretly causing, in an effort to promote good will towards eBay, generate more favorable coverage in the newsletter, and identify the individuals behind the anonymous comments.”

    Liked by 5 people

  11. Trygve says:

    Can someone post a link to said “newsletter critical eBay”?


  12. MGBSE says:

    ANTIFA will immediately hire them.

    Liked by 1 person

  13. MaineCoon says:

    Kudos to the Natick PD. They are the entity that I believe will be the basis for justice against the perps. Not holding my breath re: the others, but Natick PD won’t let this go, imo.

    Small town PD doing its job, caring for the people they protect…doing what they want to do and signed up to do.

    In sharp contrast to the crooked politicians running Atlanta who won’t let the police do their jobs.

    Liked by 4 people

  14. Jimmy Jack says:

    Silicon Valley is like the Wild West only with all the politicians in their pockets and a belief they are smarter than everyone else and therefore can act at will. This is a good example of this.

    Make no mistake they are savage people with trillions at stake. The kindhearted egg head is a convenient cover. Look at someone like Bezos who I on his way to being a trillionaire. The amount of money floating around in the tech industry is mind boggling. And it is a very cut throat insures because of that.

    The rise of the technocracy is a frightening thought.

    Liked by 3 people

  15. Galahad says:

    Tip of the iceberg here. An entire generation of brainwashed idiots, with the emotional maturity of middle schoolers.

    Liked by 5 people

  16. chuckyschmucky says:

    Bottom line — Leftists are jackbooted fascist thugs wherever you find them.

    Liked by 4 people

  17. Spooky says:

    While reading the article I found myself asking why does eBay have a “Global Intelligence Center” and what exactly are they doing with it? Also, is eBay so filthy, stinking rich that they can afford to pay executives whose job title is “Director of Global Resiliency”. What the hell does someone with that title do besides cyberstalking.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Tom W. says:

      I wondered the same thing re: Intelligence Center. However, the Global Resiliency could be reference to disaster recovery for their IT department/servers, etc. Perhaps I’m being too kind and it’s eBay’s contingency operations for a couple running a newsletter critical of their company.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Your Tour Guide says:

      Would be interesting to see when all those job
      descriptions were created. Was it under Wenig’s watch?

      Would make sense. He came from Reuters which is global
      and then some. Would also love, love, love, love to see all the
      invoices attached to all the malfeasance these six pulled.

      Plane flights, meals, hotel rooms, car rentals, tech purchases.
      I’ll throw out 50K at the low end for the cost of all the harrassment.
      At least in the 10s of thousands of dollars. Who signed off on all
      the expense account vouchers.

      Liked by 6 people

    • Laramie Evan says:

      All big Silicon Valley companies have this. “Resiliency” is what you need when: (a) there’s an earthquake that eliminates all power in San Jose for a week; or (b) your PayPal servers are getting hammered with DDos attacks because you decided that no one can donate to Wikileaks via PayPal; or (c) two of your data centers get flattened by looters. They plan for all things like this.

      A Global Intelligence Center monitors events around the world so that you can alert company travelers if they’re in a zone that suddenly becomes hot (e.g., India/China conflict). It monitors the dark web to see if company data has been exfiltrated. It attempts to follow rogues on site who have been using your company’s platform (e.g., those who sell stolen goods on eBay). It monitors social media for threats against the company or company executives (e.g., stalkers and others — there are many). It may also monitor attacks on DNS providers aimed at taking your website offline.

      There’s nothing nefarious in this. They’re just making plans and backup plans to continue operations when contingencies occur.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Baby Hurley says:

      I don’t know about you but I wouldn’t put a 26 year old in charge of anything other than, maybe, running a pooper scooper.💩

      Liked by 1 person

  18. Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

    Everyone, make sure you watch the video to the very end. This guy makes an incredibly powerful statement at the end directed at the libtards.

    Liked by 4 people

  19. Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

    Stephanie Stockwell, 26, of Redwood City, Calif., the former manager of eBay’s Global Intelligence Center (GIC)

    Who did she blow to get that job?

    Liked by 2 people

    • Some old guy says:

      Does Ebay having a “Global Intelligence Center” seems off to anyone else? Of course it may simply function as strategic planning office by another name, but in the Age of Obama, I can no longer assume anything.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Tess from Philly says:

        Do a little research on this kid. It looks like she comes from big money.

        This whole thing is scary. Didn’t any of these people – and there were others not named – have the moral compass to say, “No. I’m not doing that.” I’m embarrassed to say that I could have seen myself doing some of these stupid things, like ordering pizza or a plumber to the house, thinking it was funny when I was in my 20’s. But the cockroaches, spiders, bloody pig mask, and particularly the sympathy wreath and the book dealing with death of a spouse aren’t funny, and I believe even my stupid 20 something year old self would have drawn the line at those. And then to rejoice over the word that the victims were panicking and getting paranoid. The whole scheme is so sick and shows a complete lack of empathy.

        And all that lying to the cops and lawyers seemed to have been done so arrogantly. You’d think one of them would have had the sense (or at least the humility) to realize very early on that these actions could land them in jail – better call a lawyer and start mitigating the damage.

        I just talked to my kids and told them it doesn’t take much money to keep a roof over your head and food in your stomach. There’s always honest work available. Don’t be afraid to walk away if somebody asks you to do something that your conscience tells you is wrong. “Yeah, yeah mom, we know.” I hope they do.

        Liked by 1 person

  20. MfM says:

    I want all involved to be in bankrupt and in jail forever. Including others who were behind the scenes directing this.

    Liked by 2 people

    • wondering999 says:

      I want them bankrupt, but not necessarily in jail. Unwilling to pay for guards, room & board for these creeps.

      I want them to live in a rundown violent neighborhood, unprotected from local gangsters who might take the wheels or other parts off their cars, etc. Let them feel the myriad aggravations of being poor and unprotected and unable to get away.

      Liked by 2 people

  21. bessie2003 says:

    Those people, who were the targets of this stalking, must have been terrified. Hoping they see justice, restitution, but mostly get some peace of mind back into their lives.

    Liked by 4 people

  22. sunnydaze says:

    Ironic, no?

    ….” James Baugh, 45, of San Jose, Calif., eBay’s former Senior Director of Safety & Security, was arrested today……..”

    Liked by 3 people

  23. Magabear says:

    Just some low level employees. 🙄

    My only hope is that everyone right of center politically puts ethics ahead of expendiency and stops doing business with these companies. They need to be put out of business.

    Liked by 3 people

    • sturmudgeon says:

      Magebear… please do not hold your breath. “My only hope is that everyone right of center politically puts ethics ahead of expendiency and stops doing business with these companies. ” too inconvenient for many.


  24. TonyE says:

    First of all, why does a Company need an Intelligence Office?
    Second, eBay -the company- is now pretty much screwed. That couple can demand $100M++ in damages for what those people did and then more in punitive damages, etc, etc…

    Liked by 3 people

  25. Richie says:

    Notice the way whoever controls the free flow of information on the web makes it virtually impossible to find a picture of what the far left fascists at Ebay look like.

    Liked by 4 people

  26. plumnelly1 says:

    I have cancelled accounts with EBay, Etsy, Amazon Paypal and cable. I will do without.

    Liked by 5 people

  27. Merkin Muffley says:

    This is exactly what Google did to James Damore.

    Liked by 5 people

    • wondering999 says:

      Damore dropped the suit? “On Thursday, Damore and three other men involved in the suit made a written request to the Santa Clara Superior Court in California to drop the charges. Google also signed the motion, which was first spotted by Bloomberg.”

      Santa Clara again… same place where the eBay criminal had been a cop?

      Liked by 2 people

      • Laramie Evan says:

        This is what you do when you reach a confidential settlement. Google paid. Part of the settlement was a confidentiality and non-disparagement clause. Those are standard. Dismissal is what happens when all those documents are signed. Money gets paid within X days after the dismissal. It is how it’s done.

        I know Damore’s lawyer and sent her a note expressing appreciation for her taking his case. If you watch Fox, you’ve seen her. Harmeet Dhillon. She’s very good. Better than Sidney Powell in my estimation.

        Liked by 3 people

  28. elsuperbus says:

    I practiced medicine (not psychiatry) in Silicon Valley and the patient population naturally included a lot of tech workers, from basically laborers to executives. They creeped me out enough that I first shut down any social media (specifically facebook and google-related), then moved out of California.

    Liked by 6 people

  29. The perps knew where this couple lived.

    So what WAS the GPS system for exactly? The whole situation was sick, but was there something even more sick in mind?


  30. Laramie Evan says:

    “This is what happens when Antifa-types get jobs.”

    I know far more about this than I can publicly say, even using a pseudonym.

    But, let me just quell some of the suspicion. These are not Antifa-types. They’re a former California police chief, a former CIA employee, a former high level military officer, and a person who always dreamed of working as a CIA analyst.

    They aren’t Antifa-types. They’re former law enforcement (or wannabe law enforcement) who went rogue, thought they were above the law, and thought they were too smart to get caught. You don’t have to believe me and I can’t provide more facts. But, the idea that anyone who would do the things that are alleged must be “Antifa” is way off the mark.

    Silicon Valley is far left wing. But, that stereotype and generalization applies to the execs and coders. It doesn’t apply to the security teams that work there. Again, you need not believe me, but running with these sort of unsubstantiated narratives does not advance the site’s credibility, particularly when it will all come out in the wash that it’s a misguided theory.

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  31. owtolunch says:

    I suspect this is standard practice at most of these companies…

    Especially those that were formed since 2000. Basic skills like discerning right from wrong are lacking in a whole generation. When the substance of personal relationships is relegated to text messaging and little face to face interaction the social skills category was never developed. Selfishness became a core value.

    In this case the ability to disrespect someone through a text message was not enough…They had to do more… The same type of juvenile behavior is rampant across our whole society now… Look at the major media – they all lie without any penalty… NYT, Wash Post, CNN, MSNBC…..

    They all act the same way… No integrity…

    Why would we expect the rest of these companies to do otherwise when the see our primary major media do it round the clock… with no penalty at all in fact they are rewarded. Their executives are all very rich entitled and above the law or they feel they make their own rules..

    Everyone wants to self-govern…be accountable only to themselves.

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  32. hawkins6 says:

    This is probably only the visible tip of the “sick, evil, twisted” iceberg that is threatening the nation when we factor in the recent carnage. But this is a positive story and all those that contributed to the arrests of these evil people should be applauded.

    Attorney Lellings deserved praise for the local Natick police is unfortunately offset by the arrest of E-Bay’s Brian Gilbert, a former Santa Clara police captain who is one of those charged for ”conspiracy to commit cyberstalking and conspiracy to tamper with witnesses.” Will his time in the police force also be investigated to determine how honest and fair he was then?

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  33. owtolunch says:

    They may have an opening for Chris Wray at eBay…. Or other former members of our federal government.

    They certainly have the skills on par with the folks being charged in this event.

    The new eBay staff can take the WRAY approach and revise procedures and hold training exercises on how to fill out electronic forms…

    John Bolton is playing out a similar temper tantrum right now… only he is doing it in public through a book and the media…… It is a sad state of affairs.

    What ever happened to solving your problems face to face like adults… not wasting resources and coming to compromises that are meaningful.

    I taught my kids such lessons when they were between ages 2 and 3 … twin girls who became jealous of each other fighting for attention… they had to be taught not to bite each other… the had to learn to share and communicate.

    Liked by 1 person

  34. BehindEnemyLinesInCal says:

    Brian M Gilbert is pulling down a $207K pension from Santa Clara. Just wonder if that’s available in a court judgement?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Some old guy says:

      Assuming he’s the formal beneficiary, I am confident its subject to garnishment. I’m less convinced that they could establish a onetime payment from the county though.


  35. kleen says:

    Regular Union mentality.


  36. Junkyarddogs says:

    Apologies for originally posting this comment in the wrong section.

    Could it be that this was actually headed into a much-worse direction before the local police intervened? DOJ isn’t exactly trustworthy and this is a chance for them to look like good-guys prosecuting this case while simultaneously hiding anything incriminating that would reveal cabal sources and methods.

    I’m very distrustful these day, and all I can think of is the Vault 7 disclosure about exploiting vulnerabilities within the software, hardware, and communication systems of automobiles (I.e. take control remotely to use the vehicle as a weapon for assassination). Especially considering the wording by the two members of eBay’s executive leadership team when they said it was time to “take down” the newsletter’s editor.

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  37. Baby Hurley says:

    Hate to complain but they caught a bunch of low level kid punks trying to silence a couple who ran a newsletter. Seems like there would be bigger fish to fry…I could be wrong…anyone? anyone? Bueller? Barr? Durham? Anybody?


    • Sonia says:

      Two of those allegedly involved in starting the ‘We are going to crush this lady’ plan were Devin Wenig, eBay’s CEO from 2011 to 2019, and Steven Wymer, eBay’s public-relations chief for about nine months in 2019. Wenig raked in $17.6 million in 2017. Low level kid punks they were not.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Baby Hurley says:

        Point taken. Very frustrating when, meanwhile, we watch the DOJ protect all of the rampant corruption, intimidation and bribery that’s been going on in DC for decades. This case is just a distraction and it won’t change much.


    • Peoria Jones says:

      This is THE go-to news site for e-commerce, particularly platform sellers. Articles are written like pieces of well-researched journalism. They dig for facts and present current critical information for those who use these platforms for business.

      I used to read it daily. It was an invaluable resource, and the comment section was superb – experienced professionals who gave great tips, and weren’t afraid to tell it like it is.

      Liked by 1 person

  38. paulashley says:

    Well done presser and great closing statement on the police.

    But … and this is off topic … when oh when are we going to stop seeing public officials masked at such events? It gives the impression that this is official federal government policy (is it?), and plays into the left’s false narrative that the virus is a mortal threat. Why do we always cede the argument to the left, allowing their assumptions to go unchallenged?

    Note that those masked did not talk. The only speaker, who Karens would claim was a spreader, was unmasked (great for us because we could actually understand his important message). And, as far as I know, (and I’m willing to bet it’s the case) no one in that room is in the at-risk demographic for dying of COVID.

    Please this idiocy now, so I don’t have to combat the lefties throwing this official masking in my face.


  39. InAz says:

    Mob Rules


  40. Curt says:

    I was born and raised in San Jose. I was in law enforcement there for 43 years. It was a most beautiful place until the Silicon Valley high tech boom descended on this once beautiful valley. At first it seemed like a financial boom that would benefit everyone. Big money arrived and bought up ALL the beautiful farm property and built huge factories…..everywhere. Anyone who tells you that the quality of life improved over the succeeding years is a LIAR. The place is a cesspool of people living in grossly overpriced condos and homes. The elites live in nearby exclusive communities like Palo Alto and preach liberal values from behind restricted fences with security guards. These people are so full of themselves that they think no one on the earth is in their class. After all, they invented the iPhone. The air of superiority and sickness oozes from their pores. The actual quality of life across the board in Silicon Valley sucks. It’s a daily rat race. The place can be stifling to the human spirit. That is the honest to God’s truth! We moved in 2014.


  41. scrap1ron says:

    CHAZ doesn’t have an extradition treaty with the US. Maybe the EBay Six should escape to CHAZ and lay low for a while. They’d fit right in.


  42. regitiger says:


    Team Telecom, which is formally known as the Committee for the Assessment of Foreign Participation in the United States Telecommunications Services Sector (or the Committee), further recommended that the FCC grant the portions of PLCN’s application seeking to connect the United States, Taiwan, and the Philippines, which do not have any People’s Republic of China (PRC) based ownership and are separately owned and controlled by subsidiaries of Google LLC and Facebook, Inc., on the condition that the companies’ subsidiaries enter into mitigation agreements for those respective connections. On April 8, 2020, the FCC granted Google’s request for Special Temporary Authority (STA) to commercially operate the segment of PLCN connecting the United States and Taiwan for six months, based on obligations set forth in a Provisional National Security Agreement between Google and the U.S. Departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and Defense.

    As submitted to the FCC, the PLCN application would have allowed for the highest capacity subsea cable connection between the United States and Asia and been the first direct connection between the United States and Hong Kong. This raised national security concerns, because a significant investor in the PLCN is Pacific Light Data Co. Ltd., a Hong Kong company and subsidiary of Dr. Peng Telecom & Media Group Co. Ltd. (Dr. Peng Group), the fourth largest provider of telecommunications services in the PRC.

    notes: the timing of chinese retaking of hong kong (where PLDC is headquartered) AND THIS CASE BY DOJ is no coincidence. If one looks carefully at Dr. Peng Group and it’s critical national interest of PRC….and what it had preferred with the deep sea cable (the ONLY one of its class and type…C+L band optical technology! ), then you get some idea of why Google and facebook strangely were permitted special access.

    none of these actions by DOJ should be regarded as good for national security.

    by allowing google and facebook (and quite a few other companies) who are handsomely financed by chinese interests..they will be doing what Dr Peng Group was not permitted to operate ….shifting prerogatives from bad man, to “our man”.

    pay attention…


  43. This thread is SCARY, but #True..
    Racism is Learned..


  44. There has to be more to this story than a simple newsletter; who were these newsletter publishers? What the heck were they saying? Who read it? The reaction seems extreme for just a couple of people putting out a newsletter..were they former employees? Something is missing here.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Tess from Philly says:

      I don’t think so. I think it’s simply a trade publication which has a wide enough audience to have some influence. The newsletter is for people who make a living selling things online. Selling and shipping items through eBay, Amazon, and Craigs is its focus. eBay has done some things that made it more desirable for sellers to use other platforms. One thing the newsletter did do which really ticked off the execs was run a few articles that highlighted some profligate spending by eBay all while turning the screws on its seller community.


  45. Cathy M. says:

    Psychiatric answering service for lefties (Audio)


  46. czarowniczy says:

    I’m betting Ebay sells as much or more Chinese stuff than Walmart does, Xi better get Ebay to police its staff before before Ebay users slide on over to Wish.


  47. Stephen F. Paul says:

    I gotta say ,I have a lot of respect for U.S. Attorney Andrew E. Lelling. He’s the real deal and not a political hack. Not swayed by what media can come up with.


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