So being true to her slimy nature, she secretly recorded them and then posted a photo of their face on Twitter asking her followers what she should throw at them: a "water bottle," her "entire backpack," or her "insides."
Most voted "insides," according to the College Fix.
KTTH radio's Jason Rantz [interesting surname] discovered the tweets. The students were talking about the new campus group, "Students for Self Defense" and suggested organizing an event, "Beer for Brett" to celebrate Justice Kavanaugh's Supreme Court confirmation.
Rantz wrote about this: "Tagging Shultzy's Bar and Grill--which initially asked the club not to visit them due to the 'political nature' of their event--Ferber tweeted '@shultzys there is a group of UW students organizing a 'Beer for Brett' event for tomorrow if Kavanaugh is confirmed. I hope you won't allow these men to celebrate the success of putting a rapist on the Supreme Court and enact this kind of violence on the U District."
Ferber tweeted that she'd recorded the students "to see if there is any useful information . . . "
Zach Wildfang [another great name] told Rantz they spoke very little about Kavanaugh.
"[Ferber] had just posted that... we were sitting there, plotting our celebration and this was before confirmation, anyway," he told Rantz on his radio broadcast. "We had surfaced it, in our group that the tweet had come out. Another student ran a little 'background check' on Ms. Ferber and that's when it came out that she was UW faculty, which was a little alarming as incoming freshmen to see that's how they treat students."
Another student present, Cameron Edwards, told Rantz, "It's pretty ridiculous that people can just dox you whenever they want . . . "
The third student involved, Chevy Swanson, who is president of the UW College Republicans, filed a complaint against Ferber with the school, encouraged by UW President Ana Mari Cauce.
Rantz confirmed the school was following up on the complaint, but UW spokesman Victor Balta said the school couldn't "discuss any ongoing complaint or confirm that one is underway."
The University of Washington has had other privacy violations. A few weeks ago, the UW students created a website whose purpose is to anonymously accuse men, students or otherwise, of sexual assault without any verification.
The colleges and universities of the country have become bastions of leftist anti-Americanism.
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