It’s Thursday Threatcon, your intelligence briefing on right wing activity. Below are the best reports, investigations, exposées, and debunkery of the wingnutosphere this week. Due to Sony’s surrender to the heckler’s veto of North Korean hackers, our Threatcon Color Code is PASTEBIN WHITE

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  • freakycatlady

    North Korea has just made people want to watch the movie more. Here I thought it would be something people might Netflix but a lot of people I know are peeved that it came this far so that now no one can go see it.

    • For a few minutes the other night, it was the most amazing movie marketing campaign ever. I didn’t want to see this movie UNTIL ‘Lil Kim’ started threatening me if I did; now I consider it my patriotic duty to go see the film, but Sony’s yanked it like Lucy’s football.

  • SelenaJ25

    I thought the same thing when this all happened. Even though North Korea says they had no involvement in the attack, you just know it was them. I am glad that Sony took a stand and decided to release the movie, even though it is only available online for now.