Taylor Lorenz Posts Clip Saying She’s a Victim

Washington Post “journalist” Taylor Lorenz uploaded a cringe video to TikTok to decry that she remains a victim of the internet.

Lorenz, who exists only to stalk and smear social media influencers, says that there are media reporters who exist only to stalk and smear her.

Lorenz posted the clip following an article by Spectator World that detailed her transition from mediocre tech reporter to a creepy crybully:

There might not be a less self-aware character on the internet than Taylor Lorenz.

She accuses reporters of having malice intent in their coverage of her. Meanwhile, she shows up at the homes of Libs of TikTok’s relatives for a hit piece in which she hoped to see social media platforms remove the popular account.

Here’s Lorenz stalking people with her mask on:

As we wrote in a June column, Lorenz personifies the state of the corporate press. She embodies the decline of the industry’s credibility and popularity.

She protects those above her and crushes those beneath her, such as those without the resources or reach to defend themselves.

In May, iHeart podcast host Lisa Boothe explained to OutKick how Lorenz became the worst person in corporate media:

“Taylor is actually the worst because she has the audacity to play the victim, which is also just the standard Left: being the individual that does the things they accuse others of doing.

“That’s called projection.

“Taylor is a person who’s doxxing, encouraging the harassment of someone and then has the audacity to go on TV and cry about being bullied. Spare me your tears. No one cares. You are all the things that you accuse others of doing. I actually think she’s a terrible human being.”

Boothe refers to an incident in which Lorenz doxxed and harassed the creator of an anonymous Twitter account a few weeks after crying on television that she had been doxxed and harassed herself.

So, we aren’t dealing with a sane individual here.

Lorenz is the type of “journalist” who sets out to destroy someone and skips over facts to reach her preferred conclusion. And once someone catches her in a lie, she either blames her editors or says she’s a victim of internet abuse.

Like she just did in that rather uneasy video clip.

Written by Bobby Burack

Bobby Burack covers media, politics, and sports at OutKick.

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