- v. US political internet slang To subject to a mass internet or email assault aimed at pushing a particular point of view.
- Back-formation from Freeper, from The Free Republic, a popular conservative forum. (Wiktionary)
“Sadly, Canada's fetus-fetishist whackjobs haven't yet figured out how to "freep" a live protest.”
“As for Romanoff, this appearance on Fox News is not getting the same level of promotion as other earned media for his campaign, which is kind of odd considering the Fox News Channel has substantially higher viewership than, for example, a user diary on the Denver Huffington Post or an online poll to "freep" at the”
“Shaidle's supporters attempt to "freep" the London Free Press editor's blog.”
“And obviously that's not representative of anything but the folks outraged enough to try to "freep" a web poll.”
“He refused to get into the patrol car and, according to the freep.com, the arresting deputy said he lifted Cabrera's left hand to gain pain compliance and Cabrera then 'pushed off the vehicle into me,' according to the report.”
“It is unclear, according to freep.com, whether Michigan officially offered Miles the job.”
“The ‘Baggers’ are also going to freep all major news organiztations.”
“Bono, Sting, Timberlake join Haiti telethon | freep. com | Detroit Free Press”
“Well, I did speculate it was a plan to embarrass the CBC and freep the results to make them rue the day they lost the second National Anthem to Canada.”
“From the Urban Dictionary freep: To slew or cheat an online poll by repeatedly voting clearing cookies, using proxies or to make a blog appear to be commented by numerous posters by the same means.”
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