The newest member of the New York Times’ editorial board, Sarah Jeong, is not a fan of “dumbass f**king white people” sharing their opinions on the internet, says she gets a sick “joy” out of “being cruel to old white men,” and is looking forward to the day white people are “extinct.”
The New York Times announced on Wednesday they are hiring Sarah Jeong to join their editorial board as a professional opinion writer and left-wing thought leader:
Sarah Jeong is joining The New York Times editorial board. … [Jeong] will join us in September as our lead writer on technology. … Born in South Korea, Sarah grew up in North Carolina and California. She’s both a journalist and a lawyer.
.@SarahJeong joins NYT’s editorial board. She’s the newest in a fab group of recent additions to @nytopinion: Michelle Alexander @susanthequark @JenSeniorNY @karaswisher @MCottle @JInterlandi @MaraGay @JyotiThottam @talmonsmith @lauren_kelley @ByAlexMarch https://t.co/B7OPWHRbsW
— NYTimes Communications (@NYTimesPR) August 1, 2018
So what do the New York Times’ liberal readers have to look forward to when reading Sarah Jeong’s diatribes? If her Twitter history is indicative of her future output, New Yorkers should brace for a barrage of shameful racist dog-whistling and outright abuse.
Jeong also wonders if white people’s light skin is a sign they’re “only fit to live underground like groveling goblins” and produced these helpful graphs shoiwng that the whiter someone is the more “awful” they are and the more they produce a “weird dog smell when it rains.“
She says she gets a sick “joy” out of “being cruel to old white men.”
She thinks white people should be “canceled” and likes entertaining the notion they’ll go extinct.
She thinks white people can’t take credit for creating anything:
Here she is showing her contempt for “dumbass f**king white people marking up the internet with their opinions like dogs pissing on fire hydrants“:
She thinks white men need to be targeted for more scorn:
Even the little things annoy her about white people:
Jeong will be starting her new job with the Times in September where she’ll help churn out articles like this.