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Daily Beast accused of 'doxxing' alleged creator of ‘Drunk Pelosi’ video

FOXNews.com Monday, 3 June 2019
Daily Beast accused of 'doxxing' alleged creator of ‘Drunk Pelosi’ videoSocial media erupted in backlash when a reporter for The Daily Beast outed the alleged creator of the “Drunk Pelosi” video.
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