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On January 24th, 2019, Jalopnik editor-in-chief Patrick George tweeted tweeted he believed in a “special, dedicated section of Hell” for people with anime profile pictures who tweet “learn to code” to journalists who had been laid off (shown below). Within 24 hours, the tweet gained over 1,300 likes and 260 retweets. The tweet was posted shortly after the announcements that BuzzFeed laid of 15% of its staff and The Huffington Post had eliminated its Opinion and Healthcare editorial sections.
It was very funny to tell these journalists, who made a living out of mocking working class people, what they haughtily told our people when they lost their jobs to globalism.
The jab hurt them so bad, that they lobbied Twitter to ban anyone telling a journalist to learn to code.
Why Don't They Practice What They Preach?
cuts "will impact around 250 people," or about 10% of its workforce.
Dubuc said that individuals affected by the layoffs in the United States, United Kingdom and Mexico will be notified on Friday