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Threats, abuse move from online to real world, McKenna now requires security - 2019-09-07

F0.png Threats, abuse move from online to real world, McKenna now requires security September 7, 2019, Mia Rabson, Canadian Press, CTV News

Much has been written about the online abuse and threatening behaviour politicians -- especially female politicians -- and others in the public eye face every day. But McKenna says as the heat around climate change continues to grow, that abuse is going from anonymous online vitriol to terrifying in-person verbal assaults.

The incident at the movie theatre is just one of several times her kids have been with her when someone in public began to yell at her. She has been called the C-word, a traitor, an enemy and a "communist piece of garbage." Her family's safety has been threatened more than once. Some people have wished she and her children will get fatal diseases. She has received sexualized messages so hateful they could be enough to make even the hardest of hearts skip a beat.

"Tick Tock, Barbie B........," one read.

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{{cite news | first = Mia | last = Rabson | title = Threats, abuse move from online to real world, McKenna now requires security | url = https://www.ctvnews.ca/politics/threats-abuse-move-from-online-to-real-world-mckenna-now-requires-security-1.4582441 | work = Canadian Press | publisher = CTV News | date = September 7, 2019 | accessdate = September 7, 2019 }}