On June 19th, 2021, at 3:47PM, the popular CWB Twitter accunt posted a link to their blog in which they reveal that a gay man was sexually assaulted by a Grindr dating app contact he invited to his home.According to to the CWB blog, "A 30-year-old Lakeview man was beaten and robbed by a man he met on the Grindr dating app early Saturday, police said.
The victim told police he invited the man to his apartment on the 500 block of West Aldine around 3 a.m. After entering the unit, the offender punched, sexually assaulted him, and robbed the victim, according to a CPD report. He also transferred money out of the victim’s account using Venmo, the report said.
Detectives and an evidence technician were at the scene around 5:30 a.m. The victim declined medical attention, police said. Area Three detectives are investigating the case." - CWB quote
Shorty after the CWB blog posted to the popular twitter account, the blog's followers started joking about the sexual assault and blaming the victim. Because the Twitter users in question did not act to make their accounts private, a feature allowed by Twitter that is available to all Twitter users, the tweets are posted here without redaction or blurring.
On June 17th, 2021, CWB posted about an attempted criminal sexual assault allegedly committed by a man who they say was supposed to be registered as a sex offender. The victim was a cisgender woman. This time, the tone of CWB's followers was more compassionate. The differences between the behavior of CWB's followers on June 17th, 2021 was starkly different than when a gay man was sexually assaulted.
Another Twitter user known as @sarcasticjohn in that same tread used rhetoric that would be defined as inciting violence, saying "Where are the violent shooters when you need one?"
As of this time, the CWB Twitter account has 82.7K followers, a reach that make CWB and their followers a threat to public safety generally speaking when combined with their constant racism, misinformation, and disinformation. CWB is a threat to victims of violent crimes such as sexual assault when CWB stays silent on their followers literally harassing and blaming victims, and a threat to the constitutional rights of accused offenders who haven't had a trial due to the possibility of tainting any possible jury pool, any prosecutorial team, and/or judges who may see CWB's blog and twitter account.