Debunked: TikTok’s claims that the credit cards of Supreme Court judges were “leaked” are not true.
In 1973, the Court decided that the Constitution of the United States protects a woman’s right to choose to have an abortion.
If this ruling is overturned on Friday (June 24), millions of women in the United States will lose their constitutional right to have an abortion.
Under the new rules, each state will be able to decide for itself whether it wants to ban abortions or let them happen.
After the decision, a lot of people on TikTok are saying that personal information about Supreme Court justices has been leaked. However, these claims are not true…
People on TikTok say that the credit cards of the Supreme Court were “leaked.”
A lot of people on TikTok say that members of the Supreme Court’s credit card numbers, home addresses, social media passwords, and other personal information have been leaked online.
According to the claims, many Supreme Court justices have been doxxed, including Clarence Thomas, John G. Roberts, and Stephen G. Breyer.
Doxxing is a very bad thing that happens when private information about a person or organization is made public, usually on the internet.
“Gen Z is something else,” someone wrote. Liked the home addresses of Supreme Court justices, leaked their social media accounts and credit card information.”
“Gen Z gave the Supreme Court justices credit card information,” said someone else.
A third user wrote: “You guys did not doxx the Supreme Court and leak their credit card information.”
TikTok claims that aren’t true aren’t true.
There are hundreds of videos on TikTok that say the personal information of these justices has been leaked, but none of these rumors are true.
There are no official reports that any Supreme Court members’ credit card numbers or home addresses have been leaked.
People know that personal information about Clarence Thomas, John G. Roberts, Stephen G. Breyer, and any other justices has not been leaked, and the TikTok videos are not true.
If you see something that says it comes from a Supreme Court member, it’s probably not real, but you should report it right away.
To report a video on TikTok, tap the arrow in the bottom right corner of the video and then tap “report.” Then, press “hateful behavior” or “harmful misinformation.”
It’s a reply to the Roe v. Wade case.
The Roe v. Wade decision seems to have caused the doxxing trend.
Many people who disagree with the decision made on June 24 say that they have leaked personal information about Supreme Court justices to get back at them.
The decision to overturn Roe v. Wade has been met with opposition all over the world. Many people and celebrities have taken to social media to share their thoughts.
Michelle Obama has said that the decision “broke her heart,” and her post about it has gone viral on the internet.
She wrote, “It breaks my heart that people all over this country just lost the basic right to make informed decisions about their own bodies.”
“It breaks my heart that we may now have to learn the hard lessons of a time before Roe v. Wade became the law of the land,” she said.
Harry Styles, Taylor Swift, Mariah Carey, Barack Obama, Selena Gomez, and many more celebrities have also said they don’t like the idea.