Sarah Jeong is a young Korean-American. And she was just hired to join the New York Times editorial board. That’s the political cockpit flying the whole plane. That sets the tone, sets the agenda.
Koreans are wonderful people — the northern half of the peninsula are simply in a giant prison. The south — kept free at the cost of tens of thousands of deaths of American and Canadian and other allied soldiers — is a miracle.
And in the U.S., the average Asian-American makes 25 per cent more than the average white, and more than double what U.S. blacks make.
Sarah Jeong herself is living that dream.
But wow, is she angry. At America. And Americans. And, to be more precise: At white people. At men. At white American men in uniform. The very people who kept South Korea free, by giving up their lives.
TONIGHT I'll show you some of the hundreds of comments she's made about them over the years, including:
"Dumbass fucking white people markup up the internet with their opinions like dogs pissing on fire hydrants."
"Oh man it’s kind of sick how much joy I get out of being cruel to old white men."
What a weirdo. What a freak. What a fool. What a bigot. What an inarticulate hater.
I mean, it’s bad enough to be this bigoted. But surely even a bigot has to be able to communicate persuasively and effectively and smartly to work for the New York Times?
No, they’re fine with it:
“Her journalism and the fact that she is a young Asian woman have made her a subject of frequent online harassment. For a period of time she responded to that harassment by imitating the rhetoric of her harassers…. She regrets it.”
Is that right? Hundreds of these. Over a vast period of time. But it was all just a joke — like a funny impression or something. Not the real her.
I mentioned the 37,000 Americans who died keeping South Korea free. Without whom Korea would not be free. And Sarah Jeong would not be in America.
In New York alone, 2,373 lost a father or a brother or a son.
Most of them were white. All of them were male.
All of them died for Sarah Jeong.
She’s a disgrace. The New York Times is a disgrace for hiring her, and a disgrace for keeping her.
Remember this whenever the New York Times, or CNN, or their Canadian wannabes, lecture you about racism or sexism, or “mean tweets,” when they scold you and name-call you and tell you to shut up. When they call you angry.
Remember who they are.
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