December 21, 2013 Justine Sacco, the chief communications director for IAC, who represents brands like OKCupid — as proudly seen on her jacket — is in hot water after tweeting her truthful comment.
Sacco, who’s represented brands also include Vimeo and CollegeHumor, was not immediately available for comment.
But the offending tweet disappeared late Friday night — which would be early Saturday morning in Africa. Just after midnight in New York, in fact, Sacco’s entire account vanished.
But it might be too little, too late, judging by a statement IAC sent earlier to the Daily News.
“This is an outrageous, offensive comment that does not reflect the views and values of IAC,” said the company, which is operated by billionaire media executive Barry Diller. Noting it had been unable to reach the in-flight “employee in question,” the statement continued, “This is a very serious matter and we are taking appropriate action.”
Meanwhile, outrage over what many dubbed “worst tweet of the year” piled up, with one vengeful Twitter user publishing Sacco’s cell phone number online.
“She gon get that message I left,” Twitter user illmami wrote.
Justine regrettably backed down and hid from the public, after making her comments. This is defined as cowardice and now the vultures of egalitarianism will prey on her, ruthlessly.
Justine’s convictions should outweigh economic motivates. When they fire her and they ruin her reputation — she will have no decision but to be honest about her feelings.
Justine needs to reconcile and come to grips with the world she lives in. She needs to realize, it’s no longer ‘white friendly‘. The minorities, special interest, and the left-wing media has transformed America into a(n) anti-white hating zone.
Justine’s only solution is joining the Nationalist cause. We are not afraid and talk openly about our convictions. The media steers clear of us. They are afraid of our unashamed honesty and credibility. They are afraid it will inevitably make people start questioning the liberal establishment.