‘F*** the police’: NY Times’ newest hire also tweeted about fighting cops with guns, and killing all men

The New York Times is still standing by their newest editorial board member despite uncovered racist tweets from her past.

But it turns out, Sarah Jeong also had plenty to say about the police and men in more offensive tweets that have re-surfaced.

**Warning for language. 

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According to The Daily Caller:

The NYT claimed that Jeong was “imitating” the behavior of people who harassed her online, but this does not explain why she was tweeting “f*ck the police” and encouraging people to “kill all men.”

A search for “cops” and “police” on Jeong’s Twitter reveals an extensive history of anti-cop sentiment and a lack of sympathy for police who are injured on the job.

 

“Cops are a**holes,” she tweeted in 2015.

“Let me know when a cop gets killed by a rock or molotov cocktail or a stray shard of glass from a precious precious window,” a tweet from 2014 read.

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“If we’re talking big sweeping bans on sh*t that kills people, why don’t we ever ever ever ever talk about banning the police?” read a tweet from 2016.

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Several tweets by Jeong declared “f*** the police” while one from 2017 even provided an animated gif.

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And those were just a few of the many examples.

Jeong had also tweeted about killing men, saying once that if only “bad men” were killed, that would still include all men.

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“I’m likely to actually kill zero men in my lifetime,” she had tweeted along with one from 2014 stating, “kill more men.”

Jeong issued her own statement attempting to address the backlash and excusing her vile tweets by saying she had just “mimicked the language” of her harassers.

The New York Times is standing by its decision to hire the tech writer, announcing that it had reviewed her social media history during the process of hiring her. The Times may have some buyers remorse, however, if they check out Jeong’s past tweets about her new employer and colleagues.

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