Far Left Editors at Wikipedia Refuse Mention of Sarah Jeong’s Seething Racism on Her Bio Page
The New York Times announced this week that Sarah Jeong would be the newest member to their editorial board.
Sarah Jeong went to The New York Times from The Verge.
It wasn’t hard to discover that Sarah Jeong has a Twitter page littered with racist filth.
— professional twiter name (@sarahjeong) November 18, 2014
In fact, her page is FILLED with racist white-hating garbage.
But, if you looked at her Wikipedia bio page you will never find mention of her racist tweets.
The far left editors would not allow this controversy to be discussed on her bio page.
No mention of Sarah Jeong’s demented tweets on her Wikipedia page. Why? A little group of activist editors won’t allow it. Amazing. See them in action here: https://t.co/HHAyz2G2vN https://t.co/FhdAKBjSRP
— Christina Sommers (@CHSommers) August 5, 2018
The Wikipedia far left editors actually said the that Sarah Jeong being a racist was “poorly sourced.”
Evidently, the fact that she wrote the words herself dozens of times does not count.
Wikipedia’s activist editors actually wrote on the discussion board that Sarah Jeong being a racist is “poorly sourced.” Lol. Actually, those tweets are primary sources. They came from herself, and they’re extensive. This isn’t debatable. She’s a racist. https://t.co/soVSgZWgZn
— Richard Baris (@Peoples_Pundit) August 5, 2018