David Choe is a self-described “biggest asshole” in the history of the internet, and he has taken a page from the #GamerGate playbook by accusing his own followers of being “cunt-tards.”
Choe told Breitbart News on Monday that he has been bombarded with threats on social media, and it’s not just because of the #metoo movement.
Choe said he’s received threats about his family, his job, and his life, and that he believes that he and his followers deserve the same treatment he does.
Choed has repeatedly taken aim at Twitter and other social media platforms as a source of his anger and frustration, which has made him the target of a wave of harassment from angry users.
“This is not a witch hunt, it’s a witchhunt against all feminists,” Choe, who goes by the handle @davidchoe, told Breitbart.
“People have been threatening my family, people have been saying they’ll beat me up.
The harassment is everywhere.
I’m not just speaking from my own personal experience, I’ve had calls from people saying, ‘I’ll beat your ass,'” he continued.
“I don’t know how anyone could be angry about something that is happening on Twitter, but I do know that people are angry about things happening on Facebook, that people have tweeted, ‘Go back to your own country,’ and ‘I will rape you and kill your kids.’
These are the kinds of things that are happening.”
Choed is a former employee of an online gaming company called Gamersgate.
In October, the company announced that Choed would be stepping down from his position as a senior game designer.
The company subsequently announced that the man responsible for the Gamersagate scandal, Nathan Grayson, would take the position of senior director of product management.
Choesto told Breitbart that he is currently receiving threats on Twitter and in other social platforms.
“When you’re being threatened, it really affects you,” Choed said.
“It really makes you question your motivations.
It’s a little scary.
You’re thinking, ‘Where is this coming from?'”
Choed says he believes his anger at his own community of online gamers has caused him to become a target of harassment.
“You know, I’m sure it’s true that people on Twitter are very, very angry with me, and they’re being very nasty,” Choet said.
Choet is also known for his controversial and controversial views.
He believes that rape is acceptable and that men can be raped.
Choee has previously said that he supports a ban on transgender men from serving in the military and is against abortion.
Choeed also said that feminists have a “history of sexual violence” against women.
Choewe has been known to make controversial statements that have caused controversy.
In November, he made a series of tweets claiming that the president of the United States is a Muslim.
In February, he wrote, “The President of the U.S. is not Muslim, and the U of A is not Catholic.”
In September, Choed told Breitbart, “A lot of these people have a history of sexual abuse, and I’ve never said that.
I’ve said that a lot of the time, but they have a long history of being sexually abused.
And so, if it were true, it would be much worse.”
In October of this year, Choe was asked on the Ellen DeGeneres Show if he felt that #MeWeresTheRealMe hashtag was “a really effective way to be able to identify a lot that’s been going on in the culture.”
Choewed said he does not agree with the use of the hashtag, and told DeGeneers that he did not want the hashtag to “make the issue go away.”
Choede is not the only GamerGate supporter who has received harassment. “
But I don’t think that #TheReal” is a very good way to identify the culture,” he continued, adding that he was against the hashtag in a previous tweet.
Choede is not the only GamerGate supporter who has received harassment.
“No one said anything. “
A man was raped, he had a gun, he went to a gun show, he was attacked, and nobody said anything,” Krahuls said on his Twitch stream.
“No one said anything.
He was raped.
He had a firearm.
It was the most horrible thing that ever happened in my life.
#NotYourShield #Gamergate”Krahulks was one of the people who created the hashtag “Gamergate