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Apr 12 2019

Boston Globe Editorial: Tamper With Kirstjen Nielsen’s Food

Professional racist Jesse Jackson boasted that he spit in white people’s food when he worked in a restaurant. The moonbats who infest the “mainstream” media are cut of similar cloth — although for now they will sometimes back down from their more extreme outbursts:

After publishing an op-ed from Luke O’Neil that endorsed tampering [with] food intended for officials from the Trump administration, The Boston Globe edited the piece to tone it down.

Here is how O’Neil ended his enlightened piece on political tolerance entitled “Keep Kirstjen Nielsen Unemployed and Eating Grubhub Over Her Kitchen Sink”:

As for the waiters out there, I’m not saying you should tamper with anyone’s food, as that could get you into trouble. You might lose your serving job. But you’d be serving America. And you won’t have any regrets years later.

Restaurant workers have been known to do disgusting not to mention unhealthy things to people’s food when they bear a grudge. O’Neil wants to see more of this.

Even now, the MSM has vestigial traces of shame. Backlash on social media caused the Boston Globe to revise the column to end like this:

Living in Boston, we’re no strangers to visitors from any administration, whether they’ve been given a lecture role at a school like Harvard — which doesn’t seem to have any compunctions about welcoming literal comic book-style villains to campus — or of any of a number of other prestigious tech or academic institutions in the area. Invariably the bad guys, like the rest of us, will have to eat.

And when they show up in our restaurants, you have my permission, as an official member of the mainstream media, to tell them where to go and what they can do with themselves when they arrive there, but, you know, said in a more specific and traditional Boston colloquialism.

Kirstjen Nielsen qualifies as a “literal comic book-style villain” because she served as Director of Homeland Security in a Republican administration. Therefore, she deserves to be harassed or denied service if she dines out, as belligerently tolerant liberals have already done to her (as well as to Sarah Sanders, Mitch McConnell, Ted Cruz, a random teenager wearing a MAGA cap, etc). The current Chair of the House Financial Services Committee encourages such behavior.

The original editorial also stated that one of the “biggest regrets” in O’Neil’s life is “not pissing in Bill Kristol’s salmon.” It has now been pulled altogether due to the blowback, and possibly because it revealed more than the editors wanted about their mentality.

The Washington Post, for whom O’Neil has also written, reports that

Rather than quell the outrage, though, the decision [to take down the vile editorial] incensed others, including O’Neil, who slammed the publication’s integrity.

That is, the Boston Globe lacks integrity because it did not stick by a piece suggesting that people should urinate in Kirstjen Nielsen’s food.

O’Neil has no regrets about writing it:

“I do not apologize for it personally whatsoever,” he said.

He isn’t the only one pleased with the clot of bile he coughed up.

Shirley Leung, the newspaper’s interim editorial page editor, shared the article to Twitter on Wednesday.

Imagine trusting people of this caliber to tell you what’s going on out there.

On a tip from 1-Bodhisattva.



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