In response to the New York Times’ decision to stand by their most recent hire – open bigot Sarah Jeong, who really hates white people, men (especially white men), and cops – black conservative Candace Owens conducted out a thought exercise we mentioned last week in which we replaced the word “white” with “black” to illustrate Jeong’s animus.
A sample of Jeong’s controversial tweets:
In response, Owens simply replaced “white” with Jewish and Black, then condensed Jeong’s statements into several tweets, for which the Twitter police banned her for 12 hours:
Actually, Twitter only removed (or forced Owens to remove) her tweet about Jewish people, while the one in which she swapped the race from white to black remains as of this writing…
Meanwhile, conservative pundit Ann Coulter responded to Jeong’s bigotry with a bit of a history lesson:
Candace responded to her Twitter ban on Sunday:
Was Candace also suspended for her response to Hillary Clinton’s recent defense of Lebron James, who President Trump recently dissed over Twitter after James criticized Trump for fueling racial divides in the U.S.?
And Candace Owens replied “This is rich. Your husband locked up more black men than any President in the history of the United States. You view Margaret Sanger (who wanted to exterminate the black race) as your idol and Robert Byrd (former Klansmen) as your mentor and dear friend.” :
Meanwhile, The Times has chosen to stand by Jeong – claiming that she was simply imitating other racists. Perhaps someday Twitter will let us in on what constitutes racism and harassment – since the goal posts seem to be all over the place depending on who said what.