Bearing a family resemblance to an earlier unpleasant group: Prachi Gupta graduated from college (Pitt) in 2009.
For two years, she worked for Deloitte Consulting. After a year as a freelance writer, she hired on at Salon last August as an “entertainment news blogger.”
Along the way, she seems to have given birth to the world, judging from the high self-regard at several spots over which she holds sway.
Today, this surprisingly worthless young person spends her time degrading the world, typing up manifest bullshit like the excerpt offered below. In other forums, she and her set throw their R-bombs around as other degraded folk once enjoyed their use of the N-word.
Can this work well for progressive interests? This is the snark-ridden Prachi Gupta pretending to tell you the truth:
GUPTA (6/26/13): When Lauer pushed Deen to talk about her use of the N-word, Deen maintained she used it only “once,” 30 years ago. “The day I used that word was a world ago,” she said.You’re right! As written, that passage doesn’t exactly make sense. But that is Gupta, pretending to report on this morning’s Today show.
“So reports that you were asked in that deposition, whether you had used the N-Word on other occasions and said ‘probably’ or ‘of course,’ are inaccurate?” asked Lauer.
However, Deen then said, “No. I answered the question truthfully.”
Deen’s deposition is a matter of public record. Presumably, Gupta knows how to find it on-line.
Having done so, she could report what Deen actually said about the topic with which Lauer fumbled a bit in that Q-and-A.
Gupta could have reported the facts, which Lauer should have known and understood. Instead, she handed you that scripted bullshit, which follows the company line in its insinuations, to the extent that it even seems to make sense.
At one of this empty young person’s creations, you can see her and her guild tossing their R-bombs all about. Other empty, fallen people used to toy with the N-word this way. Gupta seems to be good with a bomb, a bit less skilled at laying out facts.
Can this work well for progressive interests? Hash tag extremely unlikely.