Twitter Verifies Sarah Jeong After Racism Controversy

Twitter has verified New York Times’ new editorial board hire Sarah Jeong just two weeks after Jeong was embroiled in a racism controversy after tweets were uncovered in which she celebrated white people going extinct.

Jeong was hired by the Times despite tweets complaining about “dumbass f**king white people marking up the internet with their opinions like dogs pissing on fire hydrants” and another where she pondered whether white people’s skin color made them “only fit to live underground like groveling goblins,” adding that the whiter they were, the more “awful” they were.

“White people have stopped breeding,” Jeong bragged in another tweet. “You’ll all go extinct soon.”

Jeong also made public her bizarre interest in the claim that white people smell like dogs when it rains as well as revealing how she gets “joy” out of “being cruel to old white men.”

Despite Twitter suspending its verification program last year in an effort not to make the platform look like it was endorsing racists, Jeong’s account is now officially verified.

This occurred on the same day that the company suspended Alex Jones for 7 days based on comments that were taken completely out of context and misreported by the media.

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