SCALP: National Pulse Reporting Leads To Resignation of Woke Teen Vogue Editor.

A National Pulse report revealing “woke” journalist Alexi McCammond violating left-wing standards on cultural appropriation led to her resignation from Teen Vogue. National Pulse reporting on McCammond’s Native American costume at a Halloween party followed a host of “anti-Asian and homophobic” tweets from McCammond, formerly a reporter at Axios. As The New York Times describes, company executives weren’t aware of the image until publication by a “right-wing website” – The National Pulse: Although the company was aware of the racist tweets, it did not know about the homophobic tweets or a photo, also from 2011, that was recently published by a right-wing

EXC: Teen Vogue’s New Editor Alexi McCammond Ranted About “Blacks”, Dressed as Native American.

The National Pulse has uncovered additional historical tweets from Teen Vogue’s new editor – Alexi McCammond, already under fire for a host of old anti-Asian, homophobic posts. The messages appear to violate the left’s cultural appropriation standards. While the Axios reporter-turned-Teen Vogue Editor-in-Chief apologized for her past tweets, the new revelations are likely to re-incite controversy as they portray McCammond dressed as a native American for Hallowe’en. This is what the left calls “cultural appropriation” and they frequently attempt to “cancel” people for the “crime”. One tweet – dated October 29th, 2011 – contains the text “Halloweennn!” before linking to the