Jon Ossoff’s Deputy Digital Organizing Director Kiayna O’Neal locked her Twitter account following a National Pulse exposé highlighting her history of anti-White tweets.
Hours prior to the piece, O’Neal’s page was public, meaning anyone could access her old tweets. Now, however, her account has been set to private, allowing O’Neal to vet who can see her tweets.
Tweetsunearthed by The National Pulse date back to 2011 and 2012. They reveal O’Neal’s disdain for black men having relationships with white women, as she lamented a man “picking a white one” and a man being “with a white woman.”