A LEFT-WING Guardian journalist has been caught ‘victim shaming’ through a series of libellous tweets, while branding the monarchy as a ‘founder of white supremacy’.
Heidi Moore, who writes for both the Wall Street Journal and The Guardian US, owned by British newspaper The Guardian, has embarked on a ferocious online campaign of hate and disinformation over the years; ramped up during allegations made by former TV actress Meghan Markle about the British monarchy. Just this month alone, Heidi has posted countless racist tweets, while also – without any evidence to support her offensive claims – branding the entire nation of England as ‘racist’ and labeled the monarchy as ‘corrupt’.
Miss Moore daily posts bigoted, sexist, and stereotypical tweets attacking white men based on their skin colour – often seemingly completely unaware of her demonstrable racism. The following tweets, once again, were posted in just one month, with Heidi literally posting hundreds of vile comments.
Meanwhile, the unethical journalist has been using her account to attack one of at least two members of staff who have come forward to allege bullying from Meghan Markle while in her service.
As Meghan Markle made accusations during her interview with former chat show host Oprah Winfrey (some claims already proven to be false), former staffers approached the Times to inform them that the Duchess faced a bullying complaint made by one of her closest advisers during her time at Kensington Palace.
The alleged victims approached the newspaper because they felt that only a partial version had emerged of Meghan’s two years as a working member of the royal family, and they wished to tell their side, concerned about how such matters are handled by the palace. The complaint claimed that her bullying drove two personal assistants out of the household and was undermining the confidence of a third staff member.
One of the alleged victims who spoke out, Jason Knauf, has in recent days become the focus of a bizarre and libelous Twitter campaign by Miss Moore, who continues to spread unfounded claims about Knauf using fake social media accounts.
Moore’s claims about Knauf are not supported by any evidence whatsoever, and appear to be an attempt to ‘victim shame’ and bully the former staff member of Meghan Markle simply for speaking out against the unpopular wife of Prince Harry.
The Guardian US have been approached for comment yet had not responded by the time of publication.
UPDATE: Within minutes of this article being published, Miss Moore blocked VoteWatch and changed her Twitter account from public to private.