EXPOSE: verb (used with object), exposed, exposing.
1.to lay open to danger, attack, harm, etc.: to expose soldiers to gunfire; to expose one’s character to attack.
2.to lay open to something specified: to expose oneself to the influence of bad companions.
3.to uncover or bare to the air, cold, etc.:to expose one’s head to the rain.
4.to present to view; exhibit; display:The storekeeper exposed his wares.
5.to make known, disclose, or reveal (intentions, secrets, etc.).
6.to reveal or unmask (a crime, fraud, impostor, etc.): to expose a swindler.
7.to hold up to public reprehension or ridicule (fault, folly, a foolish act orperson, etc.).
The alternative media is full of work exposing the powers that be for the psychopaths they tend to be. The serial “exposer” on the other hand, is hard at work exposing her peers in the alternative media as the hypocrites, imbeciles and rude assholes she knew they were before she even met them. Her body of work consists of one alternative media exposé after another. Any alternative media name you can drop, she has a story about what a piece of shit that person was to her. Every friendship she forms with her alternative media peers is a means to an end and an intelligence gathering mission; keeping all her messages and recording all her calls.
Her work in exposing her alternative media peers is not hard hitting journalism but opinion pieces for which there is no evidence of her claims. She is not a journalist and therefore not subject to any type of journalistic integrity.
Before her hit piece is released, she relentlessly harasses her target with threats of exposure, threats to publish personal messages and release recordings of phone calls. This is when her target realizes how carefully the “exposer” constructed conversations in order to get her target to say something that could later be exposed. Years of kindness mean nothing compared to an out of context personal message. The name of the game is controlling the narrative.
The “exposer’s” pathological need to expose others is based on her own inability to self-reflect and manage her own imperfections. Her greatest fear is exposure so she works to expose those who get too close to her before they get a chance to expose her. Ironically, in the process of constructing her rage-filled, vindictive exposé, the “exposer” exposes herself.