Tim Pool was forced to evacuate his studio during a live broadcast on Wednesday night. The first time this had happened, police entered this studio. But this threat was credible enough that he was told he just needs to get out.
He kept the camera’s rolling in case anything else had happened.
Pool addressed the incident briefly on Twitter, saying there was a potentially credible threat that caused police to arrive on site and specialists en route, but he was keeping details to a minimum for security reasons. At this point, it’s becoming old hat for Pool, who has been swatted multiple times in recent months. The idea behind swatting is to send police to someone’s home under heightened circumstances just to see what happens. It was something being done during the Obama administration against people who disagreed with the president’s policies. Erick Erickson, formerly of Redstate, discussed his experience being swatted, including audio of the 911 call.
Tim Pool is known for having similar opinions with which the left disagrees. Most recently, he placed a billboard in Times Square about what a horrible reporter Taylor Lorenz is. Whether or not this has anything to do with Pool being swatted while he was live-streaming is unclear at this time. Ms. Lorenz declined to comment. I didn’t actually reach out for comment, but as per journalisming rules, I don’t actually have to.
It also appears Tim was not the only YouTuber who fell victim on Wednesday night.
It’s become a terrifying time to be someone who has a different opinion than a liberal. This week, a Christian crisis pregnancy center was firebombed in Buffalo. Yesterday, a man was arrested attempting to assassinate Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh. As of this morning, Pool has yet to update any details about what happened.
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