Yesterday I reported on the Tim Pool show being swatted, and how it came following an avalanche of criticism online from cancel culture activist Nandini Jammi.
Jammi has a lengthy history of attacking public features, triggering a reaction from said public figure, and then attributing all future criticism from the fans of said public figure to them. Jammi had previously targeted Pool (among others, including Dan Bongino) in a widely mocked video accusing them of being “insurrectionists.” Seven hours after publicly accusing Pool of sending her legal threats (he didn’t – he requested a correction to falsehoods she spread about him), someone called the police on Pool. Pool isn’t going public with all the details, but whatever was said on the bogus call to police was enough for them enter his house without a warrant.
By Jammi’s own logic, we can only assume there’s at least a possibility that these events are linked. After all, if the reverse happened to her following Pool criticizing her all day, we know exactly who she would pin the blame on.
In response, Jammi said that my reporting on the incident following her criticism amounts to “trying to get her killed” in a bizarre case of projection.
All jokes aside, I genuinely believe Dan Bongino and his team are trying to get me killed. These people have no boundaries and @magnite is fucking monetizing the whole thing. pic.twitter.com/IaMMwQLs04
— Nandini Jammi (@nandoodles) January 19, 2022
The middle aged activist then said she was so shaken by my article (lol) that she had to step off the internet to process it. Hopefully she’s managed a full recovery.
She then added that we’re “not the bad guys” within 24 hours of insanely accusing us of trying to get her murdered, which at least proves she doesn’t actually believe her own rhetoric, or is among the least self-aware people on Earth.
Last night, I needed to take a break to re-center myself after this piece came out.
Today, I'm back — and I want to remind us all that the Tim Pools and Dan Bonginos are not the bad guys here. It's the adtech companies that bankroll them to the tune of millions of $$/year https://t.co/BJdc16ZSEh
— Nandini Jammi (@nandoodles) January 20, 2022
Anyway, just to prove I was simply using Jammi logic here (which is obviously deeply flawed), here’s her lengthy history of accusing everyone that’s ever dared criticize her and her friends of harassment and putting them in danger. Of course, when those she criticizes are put in danger, that logic apparently no longer applies!
Hi @sovrnholdings! You're one of the last ad exchanges to monetize an outlet that not only promotes election fraud and anti-vaxx rhetoric, but is also leading a harassment campaign against me.
Could you review Bongino(.)com and BonginoReport(.)com ASAP please? pic.twitter.com/FcD5H6C0qZ
— Nandini Jammi (@nandoodles) November 10, 2021
We try to keep things light here on Twitter, but we’re acutely aware that these kinds of stories are a dogwhistle to QAnon followers and can be ramped up at any time to put us in real physical danger.
We absolutely consider these stories as a threat to our lives.
— Nandini Jammi (@nandoodles) December 31, 2021
This kind of violent harassment only began after Bongino began regularly talking about me on his show and writing about me on his website, Bongino(.)com.
— Nandini Jammi (@nandoodles) November 19, 2021
The problem with “objective” frameworks is that they fail to account for outrageous behavior that a normal news organization would never engage in.@NewsGuardRating doesn’t appear to have a category for “inciting harassment of private citizens.” pic.twitter.com/wTAzKiBEuG
— Nandini Jammi (@nandoodles) October 22, 2020
I didn’t hear back. I’m not surprised. They don’t see themselves as playing a role in the harassment and physical endangerment of reporters just doing their job. pic.twitter.com/kexVSR4FIV
— Nandini Jammi (@nandoodles) March 11, 2021
Hi @OpenWebHQ, sorry to bother you as you "solve the crisis of toxicity" but could you explain why you're still monetizing BizPacReview(.)com, a website spreading defamatory lies & death threats targeting me?@profgalloway — this is quite an investment you have here. Speak up. pic.twitter.com/oW60TGigwF
— Nandini Jammi (@nandoodles) January 20, 2022
Meanwhile, Jammi’s own targeted harassment of individuals had once gotten herself banned from LinkedIn (a feat I didn’t even know was possible).
What I find interesting is that @deloitteUS could have blocked my profile months ago – but it looks like their goal was to have it taken down altogether.
The LinkedIn rep couldn’t tell me which Community Guidelines I violated other than comments “targeted at an individual.” pic.twitter.com/LOdSP0a5Lk
— Nandini Jammi (@nandoodles) April 19, 2020
Jammi recently made headlines recently after an old blog post of hers surfaced where she argued that young sex offenders should receive reduced punishments. Her blog post was later cited in an academic paper titled “The Integration of Juvenile Sex Offenders Into Higher Education Institutions.” The paper’s abstract states that it “provides recommendations to university administrators for writing institutional policies that balance the right to an education and the need for safety of juvenile sex offenders and campus communities.” She’s since doubled down on her stance. Of note, Nandini is also an associate of Chad Loder, an “antifa” journalist accused of predatory behavior by multiple women.
Matt Palumbo is the author of The Man Behind the Curtain: Inside the Secret Network of George Soros