Old Tweets From New York Times Bigot Sarah Jeong Reveal A Long-winded Defense Of The Rolling Stone University Of Virginia Rape Hoaxer.
In 2014, Rolling Stone magazine published the story of University of Virginia student Jackie Coakley, who claimed to have been ganged raped by several of her peers as part of a fraternity initiation rite. As the piece of Jackie’s story began to crumble, recent New York Times hire and notorious bigot Sarah Jeong, who recently came under fire for her history of anti-white tweets, aggressively came to her defense.
If you're a rape victim, you need an airtight affidavit to be believed. If you've been accused, you can knock a story over with a feather.
— sarah jeong (@sarahjeong) December 5, 2014
Jeong, who prides herself on professionalism as a journalist, aggressively defended the hoaxer as others in the media began to question the legitimacy of her story. In an astonishing blog post that has since been deleted, Jeong argued that the inconsistencies in Jackie’s story only confirmed Jeong’s belief that Jackie’s story was legitimate. “The more I see these ‘inconsistencies’ and ‘discrepancies’ touted as evidence of falsehood, the more convinced I am that Jackie is not lying,” she wrote.
In a series of tweets, Jeong attacked critics of the story. She was convinced that attacks on the story’s legitimacy were a product of society’s tendency to doubt women who claim they have been assaulted.
If you’re a rape victim, you need an airtight affidavit to be believed. If you’ve been accused, you can knock a story over with a feather.
I’m furious with this wishy-washy vague retraction. None of the reasons given are convincing.
There isn’t a good reason to believe Jackie is lying, unless you already want to believe she is lying.– READ MORE[divider][/divider]
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