By now everyone knows who Sarah Jeong is, the unashamed racist hired as an editor by The New York Fake NewsTimes.

Jeong hates white people and has admitted as much all over social media on many occasions. Yet, she was hired by the Fake News Times, which either didn’t check to see if she came with any embarrassing baggage, which would have been horrible if they neglected that, or they didn’t care that she is a racist, which likely means the powers that be at NYT actually agree with her racist views.

Candace Owens responded to a couple of Jeong’s tweets, replacing the word “white” with “Black” and “Jewish.”

Twitter immediately suspended Owens’ account. Jeong’s over-the-top racist tweets did not earn her a suspension.

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After twelve hours, the social media backlash aimed at Twitter convinced the powers that be at the social media cesspool to restore Owens’ account.

Following are the tweets that earned Owens a Twitter suspension…

In an interview with DCNF, Owens reported, “The thing is, I wouldn’t have minded if I was locked out, because I actually agree with Twitter that that language is inappropriate,” Owens said.

“My point in tweeting that and replacing the word with black and Jewish yesterday was to show how different that mentality is when you see it in that context and you see talking about Jewish people and predisposed to burning under the sun or black people saying they should live underground,” she said.

“It’s horrifically racist, but somehow we’ve gotten to a point in society where it’s OK to say the exact same thing about white people, and that’s problematic.”

Many conservatives have been shadow-banned (made invisible) by Twitter, including yours truly, as evidenced by the near-total lack of engagement my tweets receive on. My most recent post has one ‘like’ after seven hours. No comments, no retweets. Wow! Someone actually saw one of my tweets….

Twenty-two hours, zero engagement….

Twenty-three hours, zero engagement….

Twenty-four hours, zero engagement….

Two days, zero engagement….

Two days, zero engagement….

Three days, zero engagement….

And so on. These are typical of my tweets. ALL of my tweets get zero or nearly zero engagement, as do my comments to other tweets.