That purveyor of fish wrap, The New York Times (aka The New York Slimes), once again demonstrates its true colors. “Somebody” in NYT’s human resources department recruited and hired an extreme bigot, an Asian woman named Sarah Jeong. But apparently Jeong’s overt open racism is okay, because it’s directed at white people. Jeong, an “oppressed” Harvard grad, is one of the NYT’s “newest in a fab group of recent additions” to its editorial board of empty suits.
The Daily Caller’s Amber Athey notes that Jeong previously wrote for The Verge and authored an inverted book about online harassment and free speech titled “The Internet of Garbage.”
It seems some “online harassers” have done us the service of collecting a sampling of this “fab” new influencer’s tweets.
Now, you might be thinking that maybe the NY Slimes simply overlooked these tweets when hiring her. Nope. She was hired not despite her racist tweets but BECAUSE of them. The Slimes admitted, “We had candid conversations with Sarah as part of our thorough vetting process, which included a review of her social media history.”
In fact, demonstrating for all to see why the Slimes deserves our “full-blown Lugenpresse” label, a lame statement was issued that claimed that she was “counter trolling” and “imitating the rhetoric of her harassers.” This is shadow language for engaging in online shit storms with those she pissed off with her bigotry on social media.
Yes, “I imitated Internet commenters” is really the kind of editorial decision-making fit for America’s self-proclaimed “top” newspaper.
In the Slimes’ statement on the matter, note that they claim that it was “the fact she is a young Asian woman” that drove trolls to target her, not the obvious evidence that she is a extreme anti-white bigot. The Slimes defines this racist bigotry as “her journalism.”
At this stage, you could be cut some slack for suspecting the Slimes of playing a key role in The Anti-White Conspiracy. If you do some additional research, you will quickly find that more shit storms are spewing forth from Jewish twitter “opinion makers” and from Jewish-owned media outlets.
A collection of tweets in support of Jeong shows that a cadre of usual suspect Jews wholeheartedly support and promote anti-white sentiment, lending further credence to the Conspiracy. The truth, as the saying goes, is antisemitic.
Additionally, came a slew of tweets parroting the neo-Marxist meme that it’s impossible for minorities to be racist.