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Disgusting racists mock Leslie Jones after hate-fueled hackers leak her nude photos

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Leslie Jones was the target of racist social media attacks this summer with Twitter haters calling her an “ape.” Now hackers have taken over her social media and her website, releasing nude photos and posting a video of Harambe the gorilla at the top of her website.

It isn’t clear exactly how the nude photos were obtained, though Hollywood Life suggests the Saturday Night Live actress was using iCloud or that her phone was also involved in the hack. Everything was quickly removed and fixed by Jones’ team.

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The hackers also posted screenshots of her driver’s license and passport with personal information that increases her chances of identity theft.

“It’s so sad, most of these comments sound like they are from ignorant children,” she tweeted during the July Twitter attack. “‘I’m the source of AIDS?!’ WTF!! These people hate themselves. You have to hate yourself to put out that type of hate. I mean on my worst day I can’t think of this type of hate to put out.”

Jones is just off a stint in Brazil promoting the Olympics for NBC on social media.

After news of the hack broke, racists on social media once again attacked Jones. Here is just a small selection of people gloating about Jones’ misfortune:

https://twitter.com/librarianjohn/status/768491888064143360

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https://twitter.com/almightysmack/status/768492053286293505

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‘I am scared and enraged’: Pandemic expert says CDC reaction under Trump ‘super different’ from Obama

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Pandemic expert Theresa MacPhail of the Stevens Institute of Technology said this week that she "couldn't have been more wrong" about the way the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) handled the novel coronavirus outbreak.

MacPhail told Vice that she expected the CDC to have a more "robust" response to the virus than China had.

"I just assumed that the U.S. system would be a little bit better, would be a little bit more robust and do more testing and containment than China was able to do, and I just couldn't have been more wrong," she lamented.

According to MacPhail, something changed at the CDC after President Barack Obama left office.

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The Mafia’s using Facebook to whip up violence aimed at ending coronavirus lockdown in Italy’s south

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The Italian mob has been stirring up trouble and looting stores as the country endures its coronavirus crisis.

Guards stand outside grocery stores after people started refusing to pay, and clerks were too afraid of catching the virus to stop them -- and authorities believe the Mafia has been stoking the unrest before stepping in to bring order and increase their power in the southern regions, reported The Daily Beast.

Closed Facebook groups with thousands of members have been calling for riots and civil disobedience in southern Italy, which so far has escaped the grim coronavirus fate as northern regions for reasons that aren't entirely clear.

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Jerry Falwell Jr seems to want credit from Trump for drinking his coronavirus Kool-Aid: op-ed

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Liberty University president Jerry Falwell Jr. has reopened the school's campus in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Now, according to a report from the New York Times, “nearly a dozen” students at the evangelical school have developed symptoms similar to those of COVID-19 as of this Friday, with at least one student testing positive for the virus.

Falwell, an avid Trump supporter, has consistently downplayed the severity of the pandemic, even insisting at one point that attempts to control its spread are nothing more than a plot to undermine Donald Trump’s presidency. Writing in the Washington Post this Monday, Michael Gerson contends Falwell Jr's response to the crisis "indicates the staggering level of ignorance" that informs his leadership skills, as evidenced by the "constant churn of mixed messages that Falwell has contributed to our national debate."

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