Young Turks Affiliate and Co-Founder of Ultra Progressive PAC’s History of Racist, Sexist and Homophobic Tweets
Kyle Kulinski, co-founder of the Justice Democrats PAC and host of The Young Turks affiliated YouTube channel Secular Talk, has a less-than-progressive social media history.
Tweets uncovered by the Gateway Pundit reveal a history of homophobia, sexism and racism — precisely what he spends so much time judging others for.
“We must speak out against racism, sexism, xenophobia, and all forms of bigotry. Non-discrimination protections that currently apply to race, religion, and gender should be expanded to include the LGBTQ community and the atheist community,” the PAC’s platform page reads.
Pointing out bigotry/ racism/ double standards, is not bigotry/ racism/ double standard. An Uncomfortable fact that simpletons can't swallow
— Secular Talk (@KyleKulinski) January 3, 2016
If conservatives wan't us to stop calling out racism, they should stop being racist.
— Secular Talk (@KyleKulinski) January 31, 2014
While Kulinski spends a hefty amount of time judging others, it looks as though he has been throwing stones from inside a glass house.
In a 2012 tweet, Kulinski asserted that “all Asians look the same.”
More recently, Kulinski noted that Asians aren’t just “yellow,” but “varying shades of beige too.”
The anti-racist darling also wants you to know that he hates Asian drivers.
In addition to his offensive tweets about Asians, there are also many examples of him using the term “nigga” over the years, despite the fact that he is not black.
When asked by another Twitter user about his frequent use of the n-word, Kulinski claimed that it was alright because he has a “G-pass.”
In 2016, Kulinski posted tweets in which he either implies that there is something wrong with being gay — or uses homophobic slurs as insults.
Kulinski also has a less-than-progressive view on women, including referring to them as “c-nts.”
Regarding the singer Kesha, who recently concluded a long battle with her former producer Dr. Luke who she claims had been sexually abusing her, Kulinski declared that she should write a song called “I’m a whore.”
Following the Gateway Pundit’s exposé on racism and sexism from Justice Democrats co-founder Cenk Uygur, him and Kulinski both stepped down from the PAC. Kulinski appears to have kept his relationship with The Young Turks in tact.