From promoting the use of physical violence against Richard Spencer through the use of real footage, to using the alleged "pee tape" as a plot device with U.S. First Lady Melania Trump, or hacking voting machines, it didn't seem like the CBS series "The Good Fight" could go any lower.
The May 9th episode of The Good Fight, titled "The One Where The Sun Comes Out," uses SWATTING as a "fuller measure" technique to kill a character that resembles White House senior policy adviser Stephen Miller. This is done due to the Miller character, cited as Michael Tyrek, allegedly having caused the deaths of children at the border through his immigration policies. Immigration policy has often been a focal point of the media and resistance to U.S. President Donald Trump.
Like doxing, SWATTING is a longtime tool in the modern era which leverages the system against a target, and in many ways represents the societal decay within "democracies" like the United States. The individual or group behind the SWAT will call authorities or other groups, typically while spoofing their location or using a burner phone from afar, and indicate that there is distress at the address of the target that warrants a heavy police response.
In the case of the character resembling Miller, this leads to him being shot and killed by a SWAT team after the anti-Trump group anonymously call the police on him. The show refers to this as a "prank gone wrong," as is often the terminology used in the aftermath of such events.
Although The Good Fight doesn't hold a candle to 4chan.
The group leading the charge against the Trump administration, of course, are a group of women which are supposed to epitomize the "Resistance." Though The Good Fight has yet to reference the actual things the Trump administration did wrong, for Israel, and this is what makes the series truly a joke.