In the uproar over Sarah Jeong’s hiring by the New York Times, the focus on her history of hateful rhetoric against white people overlooked her many other expressions of hatred.
There is a consensus among the left-wing elite that “social justice” requires the destruction of all institutions (including religion, marriage and the family) that do not advance the purposes of their soi-disant “progressive” agenda. While pretending to believe that Ms. Jeong’s crude anti-white rhetoric was misguided “satire” which she now regrets, her employers at the New York Times have made clear on many previous occasions that they consider anti-white sentiment acceptable, so long as helps to elect Democrats. Everything is politics and politics is everything in the minds of the “educated left wing elite,” and the white males at the New York Times would probably commit suicide en masse if they believed such a gesture might help Nancy Pelosi win back the House Speaker’s gavel in November.
Ms. Jeong shares one quality essential to employment at the New York Times, namely that she is fundamentally dishonest. She does not “regret” spewing hatred against men, white people, police, etc. She genuinely hates them, and merely regrets that her hateful comments were called to public attention. Like any other atheist, she feels free to lie with impunity, certain there is no God to call her to account for her lies, and she will say whatever is necessary for her selfish purposes.
“Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools,” as the Apostle Paul said of the pagan Romans. In repudiating Christianity to become a member of the “educated left wing elite,” Ms. Jeong has made her bargain with the Devil, and the New York Times. But I repeat myself.