The Proud Boys Accidentally Doxx Themselves
In October 2018, the Proud Boys were involved in a small riot outside a fascist gathering in New York City. After several members of the group were arrested for assault, the de facto ringleader, Gavin McInnes, quit under the mistaken belief that this would save his boys from prosecution. This instead enabled an internal faction known as the "Elder Chapter" (the biggest dorks) to take over.
As a means of consolidating their power, the Elder Chapter drafted a new set of bylaws laying out how the PB would operate going forward, copies of which were sent to the press in order to trigger the libs and show everyone how totally cool and stable they were.
And true to form, they fucked it up.
As an official membership document, the leaders of the Elder Chapter were required to divulge their IRL identities. In order to stop antifa from spending the next six months sitting outside their homes, however, they redacted this information from the copies that they circulated to the public. Well, "redacted."
Not being smart enough to use MS Word isn't a great look for someone who thinks they have a plan to reshape society.
Instead of properly redacting the documents, the Elder Chapter tried to be clever and do that thing with the black bars from the movies. Only they did it using the highlighting tool of a word processor, which meant that all anyone had to do was highlight the relevant section and bing bang bosh: their real names were on display for the whole world.