People want answers from NBC, Amazon, and Cartoon Network after writer publicly pushes white genocide

Taylor Cox, a writer for NBC, Amazon Videos, Cartoon Network, and DreamWorksTV, wishes all white people were dead, saying “white extinction” can’t happen fast enough.

Cox made the racist remarks on Twitter, where she cooed: “the only anxiety i have about white extinction is that it’s not happening faster.”

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Taylor Cox, a writer for NBC, Amazon Videos, Cartoon Network, and DreamWorksTV, wishes for white extinction. (BPR mashup)

Amid backlash, Cox changed her bio to read: “TV writer.” She previously boasted that she was a writer for NBC, Amazon Videos, Cartoon Network, and DreamWorksTV.

Swedish journalist Peter Imanuelsen posted a screenshot of Taylor’s tweet and asked why Cox has been not been fired for promoting white genocide.

Imagine the outrage if Cox had gleefully cheered the extinction of blacks, Hispanics, or Asians. She would immediately have been fired, doxxed, and her life would have been destroyed.

It does not matter that Cox is herself white; her tweet was racist, offensive, and inflammatory.

What’s especially alarming is that Cox has written for a number of children’s TV shows. According to her Imdb profile (Internet Movie Database), Taylor is a writer and story editor for “Just Add Magic,” a children’s TV series produced by Amazon Studios.

The three young stars of “Just Add Magic” are adolescent white girls. So basically, Cox wishes they were dead — in which case, she’d be unemployed. Cox works for television shows whose audience is mostly white.

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Taylor Cox writes for the Amazon Studios tv series ‘Just Add Magic.’ Does she wish the show’s three young white stars were dead?

Taylor Cox is not the only white liberal who has been brainwashed into hating her entire race by grievance-mongering leftists who blame white people for everything that’s wrong in the world.

As BizPac Review previously reported, in December 2016, George Ciccariello-Maher — then a professor at Drexel University — said the only thing he wanted for Christmas was “white genocide.”

Ciccariello-Maher has since left Drexel but continues to tweet violent, inflammatory nonsense like calling for the abolition of ICE. A recent tweet showed a little girl cheerfully beating a white ICE officer with a stick.

For the record, 21.5% of the ICE force is Hispanic, and many are women, according to Spanish-language newspaper Al Día.

Not surprisingly, many on Twitter were furious that Cox called for the genocide of an entire race. Some are boycotting any groups she’s associated with.

Ron DiPietro tweeted to Amazon Prime: “My family will no longer be watching any of your content as long as she is employed by you. She must be fired!”

Antonius Caliber asked the Cartoon Network: “Is it okay because the people she wants dead are white?”

Mindy Robinson quipped: “See a shrink.”

Another person wrote to Cartoon Network: “What’s your stance on Taylor Cox and her racist genocidal rhetoric? Do you support this mentality in people writing children’s shows?”

Cherie Gillette tweeted to NBC: “Your writer Taylor Cox is advocating for white genocide. Is this what you stand for? Why has she not been fired? No form of genocide should be promoted by anybody.”

Another person tweeted to Jeff Bezos, the CEO of Amazon: “You have a writer working for you that wants you dead because you’re a white guy.”

One person wondered: “Why doesn’t Taylor start with herself?”

This leftist brainwashing of whites to hate their own race is why some liberals are leaving the Democratic Party. It’s part of a growing national movement called #WalkAway, where former Democrats reveal why they are walking away from the violent, race-baiting left.

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Samantha Chang

Samantha Chang

Samantha Chang is a politics/lifestyle writer and a financial editor. She is a law school graduate and an alum of the University of Pennsylvania. You can find her on Twitter at @Samantha_Chang.
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