Twitter Awards Racist NYT Writer Sarah Jeong With Blue Check Mark

The tolerant left at work… Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey lectured everyone on “appropriate behaviors and actions.” Then has the gall to award the racist NYT writer Sarah Jeong with a blue checkmark on her Twitter profile.

Twitter needs to explain why her racist tweets are acceptable to them. The bitter irony of this detestable little scumbag is all the “dirty old white men” who died to protect the freedom that allows her to spew all her nastiness.

Double standards anyone?

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TGP:

On Wednesday Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey defended the company’s decision to put Infowars founder Alex Jones in a seven-day “timeout”. Dorsey said, “I feel any suspension, whether it be a permanent or a temporary one, makes someone think about their actions and their behaviors,” Dorsey said.

In the same week that Jack Dorsey is lecturing on “appropriate actions and behavior” Twitter just certified racist New York Times writer Sarah Jeong with a blue checkmark.

Sarah Jeong has a Twitter page littered with racist hate speech and death wishes for white people.

Sarah Jeong also spews hatred at police. So while Alex Jones is placed in time out for his speech – Sarah Jeong is rewarded with a blue checkmark.

Via: Paul Joseph Watson:

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