Candace Owens Swaps "White" For "Jewish" In Sarah Jeong Tweet, Gets SuspendedChris Menahan
Aug. 06, 2018
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Conservative activist Candace Owens quoted newly hired New York Times' writer Sarah Jeong's anti-white tweets but replaced "white" with "Jewish" to show how such comments would never be tolerated if it was any other race in the crosshairs.
She was immediately suspended from Twitter as a result.
Candace says Twitter said she was "inciting hate."
After receiving backlash, Twitter reversed their decision, The Daily Caller reports:
Twitter restored Owen’s access following a sharp backlash. The social media company chalked up Owens’ suspension as an “error.”It was definitely a mistake, but not in the way they're describing it. The mistake was showing their anti-white bias.
Owens’ objective in sending out the provocative tweets was to demonstrate what she sees as a racial double standard, she told The Daily Caller News Foundation in a phone interview. And she thinks Twitter proved that point beautifully.The tweet is no longer up on her account but her access has been restored.
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