The latest episode of #Gamergate’s campaign to smear the game industry as an anti-woman, misogynistic hate group was released Thursday afternoon.
The episode, called “The End of Gamergate,” focuses on an unnamed game developer who claims she was harassed and bullied by a gaming critic for criticizing the company’s online harassment policies.
The developer, identified only as “Zoe Quinn,” says that the critic harassed her for months, until she received threats from GamerGate supporters who claimed she would be murdered if she didn’t back down.
The video features her telling a reporter that GamerGate supporters were harassing her.
Quinn also says she was physically assaulted by people in GamerGate and that the harassment was part of the harassment campaign.
She says she’s received threats of rape, murder, and other violence.
The #GamerGaters’ narrative on the harassment and intimidation Quinn received is that her work was “anti-woman” and “anti-“women” and that she was “pro-GamerGate.
“In the video, the developer also claims that the GamerGate supporters “tweeted at me to make sure I would die.
“The video is also filled with accusations that Quinn had a relationship with a journalist, which was debunked by a tweet she later deleted.
It also includes the video of a video Quinn made of a person threatening to burn her house down.
On Thursday afternoon, the hashtag #GamerGhazi, used to encourage supporters to harass Quinn and her supporters, was trending on Twitter, with some tweets referencing the video and accusing the developer of “hate crime.”
A Twitter representative said the company takes allegations of harassment very seriously and has been in contact with the developer.
However, the company did not respond to multiple requests for comment.
The creator of the video also did not immediately respond to a request for comment, and an account that has since been deleted says the creator did not know that it was being recorded.
Quinn has said she received death threats from GamerGaters, including from a man claiming to be a GamerGate supporter.
Her father, who also worked at the studio, said in a statement that “GamerGate has been a huge distraction to Zoe, her family, and her friends for months.
I want to take this opportunity to say that my daughter is safe and sound.
I will continue to work to make this world a better place for everyone.
“The developer’s father, Paul, told ABC News that he believed the video “represents what Zoe’s family and friends have been telling us since this began.
“”We are proud to have a video that speaks for our family and we hope that this shows the world that they were right,” he said.
Quinn told ABC affiliate WUSA that the video is “fascinating” and will help the community to understand why GamerGate is a hate-filled movement. “
The idea that someone is trying to silence us or harm our family is outrageous and outrageous,” he added.
Quinn told ABC affiliate WUSA that the video is “fascinating” and will help the community to understand why GamerGate is a hate-filled movement.
“It is the first time we’ve been able to put this on the internet and share this with people and share the truth,” she said.
“This is something that we need to be aware of and we need it now more than ever.”
This isn’t the first video to depict GamerGate supporters as anti-women.
A woman named Amanda Marcotte made a video last year called “Why Are Women Still in Video Games?”
In it, Marcotte said that women who played video games were “more likely to get killed, raped, or raped by a violent video game character than by an actual woman.”
Marcotte claimed that women are “more prone to being targeted for harassment” and have “much less chance of survival than men.”
Marcott also claimed that “women who play video games are more likely to be sexually assaulted than men who do.”
She said that “there is a very real risk that men will be the target of harassment and rape by women playing video games.”
The hashtag #RapeGate was used by GamerGate supporters to criticize the game developers for “not taking the harassment seriously enough.”
However, some of the attacks against the game developer were later debunked.
Marcotte’s video is the latest example of how GamerGate supporters have used video to spread misinformation.
Earlier this year, the video-maker “a gamer” posted a video calling for women to join a “boys club” on Twitter.
The group of gamers called themselves “The Club” and included members who said that they believed “feminism is bad.”
The group was created by a “gaming culture” group called The Gaming Industry Organization, or IGOA.
IGOA is a gaming website run by a man named Erik Kain.
Kain has also previously stated that he would support GamerGate if it were to win the election.
“There is a movement that is trying everything in its power to destroy our way of life,” Kain told Business Insider.
“We have to