Reuters Admits It Made Deal With Beto To Hide Bombshell ‘Cult of the Dead Cow’ Story Until After The Election
Reuters has been forced to admit that their reporter who recently broke the story about Democrat Beto O’Rourke belonging to a hacker group, Cult of the Dead Cow, had the story for two years. Reuters reporter Joseph Menn agreed to sit on the bombshell story until after the November electron. O’Rourke was in a tight race for Sen. Ted Cruz’ Senate seat.
Menn made a deal with both the group and O’Rourke himself to wait.
“After more than a year of reporting, Menn persuaded O’Rourke to talk on the record,” Reuters reported. “In an interview in late 2017, O’Rourke acknowledged that he was a member of the group, on the understanding that the information would not be made public until after his Senate race against Ted Cruz in November 2018.”
Menn, in researching his book on the elite group of hackers, realized a member of Congress had belonged to the Cult of the Dead Cow. He guessed it was O’Rourke but none of the former hackers would confirm it until Menn agreed not to reveal it until after the Texas Senate race.
O’Rourke’s involvement in the group included a number of writings, some of which were described as “disturbing.”
One particular piece was especially troubling as he described ‘mowing down children in a car’.
Another t-file from O’Rourke, written when he was 15, is a short and disturbing piece of fiction. “One day, as I was driving home from work, I noticed two children crossing the street. They were happy, happy to be free from their troubles…. This happiness was mine by right. I had earned it in my dreams.
“As I neared the young ones, I put all my weight on my right foot, keeping the accelerator pedal on the floor until I heard the crashing of the two children on the hood, and then the sharp cry of pain from one of the two. I was so fascinated for a moment, that when after I had stopped my vehicle, I just sat in a daze, sweet visions filling my head.”
“I had killed nearly 38 people by the time of my twenty-third birthday, and each one was more fulfilling than the last,” Psychedelic Warlord wrote.
The piece, which was dated 1988, continues with the narrator describing the murder as an “act of love” and saying the feeling it provoked was “simply ecstasy.”
Archived versions of the writings attributed to O’Rourke’s alias “Psychedelic Warlord” include one that criticized some women as “sluts,” mocked them for having “violent boyfriends,” and suggested a way to deal with these women was to call them “completely ugly,” or inform “Nazi Skins in your area” that they had “AIDS.”
In one text file that was dated to 1989, when O’Rourke was 16 or 17, “Psychedelic Warlord” described a “new creature: THE ULTRA TRENDY.
“Tell the Nazi Skins in your area that this certain ULTRA TRENDY has AIDS. … To kill an ULTRA TRENDY female, show her a picture of what she’d look like without make-up. … Tell him or her that they’re completely ugly,” Psychedelic Warlord wrote.
Had this information been made available during the election, it would have been devastating and most likely it will be one piece that keeps him from winning the Democrat Primary for 2020.
“I’m mortified to read it now, incredibly embarrassed. But I have to take ownership of my words. … I have to look long and hard at my actions … and I have to constantly try to do better,” O’Rourke said.
Reuters has been forced to admit that their reporter who recently broke the story about Democrat Beto O’Rourke belonging to a hacker group, Cult of the Dead Cow, had the story for two years and sat on it until after the November election.