NY Times writer mocks ‘inflation hysterics’ and gets hit with brutal wave of backlash online

A New York Times writer faced some brutal backlash after she mocked the “inflation hysterics” that she said were actually favoring the poor.

Sarah Jeong, a member of the New York Times editorial board, tweeted on Wednesday that inflation was actually hurting rich people and not poor people as is regularly reported in the media.

“[A]ll the stuff you see about inflation in the news is driven by rich people flipping their s*** because their parasitic assets aren’t doing as well as they’d like and they’re scared that unemployment benefits + stimmy checks + 15 minimum wage + labor shortage is why,” Jeong said, adding the acronym for “just my thoughts.”

Jeong went on in a short tirade to address her critics.

“[W]aaaaah the working class’s income is keeping pace with or outstripping inflation but my capital gains aren’t boo f***ing hooooo,” she tweeted.- READ MORE