NYT: Sarah Jeong's Anti-White Racism Is Justified Because Trolls Called Her Mean Names On The InternetThe Times is sticking by their newest editorial board member who said she doesn't like "dumbass f**king white people" sharing their opinions on the internet and gets a sick "joy" out of "being cruel to old white men."
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The New York Times stood by their newly hired Editorial Board member Sarah Jeong on Thursday despite a host of her racist anti-white tweets surfacing.
Jeong's Twitter history showed her saying she doesn't like "dumbass f**king white people marking up the internet with their opinions like dogs pissing on fire hydrants" and she gets a sick "joy" out of "being cruel to old white men."
The New York Times said in a statement released on Thursday that they were fully aware of her anti-white tweets before they hired her. They also said she's the real victim here and her racism is justified because some anonymous people she assumed were white called her mean names on the internet (Jeong could only cite two such instances and only one was racist).
Jeong said that as a "woman of color" who has received "torrents of online hate" she was merely engaging in what she "thought of at the time" was "counter-trolling."
She cited one racist tweet from an anonymous person she has no proof is white to justify her torrent of anti-white racist tweets which continued up until 2017 (at least).
"While it was intended as satire, I deeply regret that I mimicked the language of my harassers," Jeong's wrote in her non-apology. "I can understand how hurtful these posts are out of context, and would not do it again."
The reality is we know her statement is a lie because she continued publicly showing her contempt for "dumbass f**king white people marking up the internet with their opinions like dogs pissing on fire hydrants" all the way up to 2017:
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