I've been involved with Internet forums here and elsewhere for nearly twenty years, so I've seen just about every kind of debate tactic imaginable at one time or another. I've seen organized trolling, orchestrated disinformation campaigns, doxing, and all kinds of meta games. Reprehensible doesn't begin to cover it. So it's kind of interesting to read how people have taken all these common Internet shenanigans and weaponized them for shutting down opposing political ideologies. These are already widely available on the Internet and have been discussed to death on many other forums. Nevertheless, I thought it was an interesting topic of conversation. Bear in mind that, regardless of political ideology or affiliation, all of these groups deny the existence of such 'playbooks' and aggressively seek to downplay them as fake news as soon as they're leaked to the public. Since these people specialize in information warfare tactics, convincing the public that they themselves don't exist is a prime directive. However, it's easy to see past that, because anyone who's ever spent any significant time perusing the comment sections of major news outlets has seen many of these trolling tactics deployed in realtime by small groups of highly organized trolls. This particular reference is from David Brock and Democracy Matters, but there are other such works available on the Internet. The full document can be read here, while this recap is from Dailywire (a partisan website). And here's a similar document from Chans, which of course is claimed not to even exist.