June 25, 2024

New Biden Staffer Has Social Media Account Scrubbed

Last week, Tyler Cherry was announced as the new White House associate Communications Director.

The announcement was soon followed by internet sleuths digging into Cherry, and pictures of him dressed in women’s clothing and some radical posts quickly blew up all over the internet.

Now the White House and Cherry are scrambling.

Cover It Up

To give you an idea of what is now working in the White House, here are just a few of Cherry’s posts on X…

"Cheersing in bars to ending the occupation of Palestine – no shame and f--- your glares #ISupportGaza #FreePalestine.”

"Praying for #Baltimore, but praying even harder for an end to a capitalistic police state motivated by explicit and implicit racial biases.”

After all this came out, Cherry went into damage control and posted, “Past social media posts from when I was younger do not reflect my current views. Period. I support this Administration’s agenda – and will continue my communications work focused on our climate and environmental policies.”

Now, I don’t know about you, but I don’t believe him.

To me, this was just a diversity hire by Biden because had they properly vetted him, they quickly would have realized he appeared to be anti-police and antisemite.

Or perhaps that is what Joe Biden wants in his administration because let’s face facts here… this is far from the first hire in the White House that despises Israel and our police officers.

If Cherry really had a change of heart, he would have acknowledged those posts and not had someone go in and delete 2,500 of them overnight on Sunday.

And just think… these are only the posts we know about.

I cannot wait until someone digs into his archives and uncovers more of what he removed from his social media accounts.

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