Kyle Quinn was misidentified as a white supremacist who attended the Charlottesville rally on Saturday. After this, leftists terrorize him on social media.
These people to social media to make this man's life a living hell. It's too bad they got the wrong man.
Kyle Quinn is a laboratory supervisor who works at the University of Arkansas. He was identified as one of the white supremacists at a rally that happened 1,000 miles away from him.
Per Daily Caller:
One man rallying with the white supremacists had been photographed wearing an “Arkansas Engineering” shirt; leftists found a photograph of Quinn that bore a facial resemblance to the rallygoer, and then they went to work.
Quinn was targeted with vulgar messages on Twitter and Instagram, according to The New York Times. The messages accused him of being a racist, said he should be fired, and worst, posted his home address. Some tweets read “don’t let your kids near him” and “dude doesn’t need to be teaching anywhere” along with his picture. Quinn issued tweets saying that he wasn’t the man in the picture, that he was never in Virginia that weekend, and that he championed diversity at the University of Arkansas.
Quinn and his wife stayed with a colleague over the weekend; he said, “You have celebrities and hundreds of people doing no research online, not checking facts. I’ve dedicated my life to helping all people, trying to improve health care and train the next generation of scientists, and this is potentially throwing a wrench in that.”
Kyle Quinn was the ultimate victim of fake news. Luckily he wasn't attacked by any of these lunatics who are just desperate for violence.
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