“Dumba$$ F**king White-Men”-Hating NYTimes Editor Has Left Board

Saturday, September 28, 2019
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden
Sat, 09/28/2019

The tech journalist who joined the New York Times’ editorial board last year despite her history of anti-white tweets complaining about how she hates “dumba** f**king white people’ has recently left the position, CNN’s Oliver Darcy reports.

According to Darcy, Sarah Jeong left the NYT editorial board in August. She’s now a “contracted contributor” for NYT Opinion.

In a statement emailed to CNN, Jeong took credit for her decision to quit and said she’ll now be able to “go back to reporting and writing long features while still being involved with NYT Opinion section on tech issues.” The decision was hard, Jeong said, “because of the many wonderful colleagues I would have to leave behind, but I made the change so I can work on what I want to work on in the immediate moment.”

Though we imagine the controversy over her tweets – sent several years before she joined the Grey Lady – probably overshadowed her joining the editorial board back in August 2018, CNN’s sources claim her departure is tied to a more recent controversy.

This past week, during a twitter row over the NYT’s decision to identify the Ukraine ‘whistleblower’ as a CIA officer, Jeong tweeted a comment that was reportedly interpreted by many of her colleagues as a call to unsubscribe.

After another twitter user tweeted that cancelling NYT subscriptions simply hurts hard-working journalists, Jeong chimed in with a correction.

“You’re wrong,” Jeong responded. “NYT does pay attention to subscriber cancellations. It’s one of the metrics for ‘outrage’ that they take to distinguish between ‘real’ outrage and superficial outrage. What subscribers say can back up dissenting views inside the paper about what it should do and be.”

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