|A controversial Teen Vogue columnist known for throwing verbal bombs has topped herself with an especially vile tweet about beloved evangelist Billy Graham, who died Wednesday at 99.
“The big news today is that Billy Graham was still alive this whole time. Anyway, have fun in hell, bi--h,” Lauren Duca tweeted.
Duca went on to say “’Respecting the dead’ only applies to people who weren’t evil pieces of sh-t while they were living.”
This is not the first outrageous and despicable utterance from this pile of human debris' piehole. In fact, I am not aware of anything she has ever offered of value - and yet she continues to be employed. Just who are these "hands off" owners?
Teen Vogue is a sister publication to Vogue. It is published under the Condé Nast umbrella, which is owned by the Newhouse family and Advance Publications.
The Newhouse family once offered the following job security pledge.
"We provide job security to all full-time, salaried employees who are not covered by a collective bargaining agreement. This means that no full-time, salaried employee will lose his job because of new equipment, technological advances or lack of work. Once you have satisfactorily completed a probationary period, you will become a permanent employee. Then, this unique job security pledge applies to you as long as you continue to perform your assigned tasks satisfactorily, do not engage in misconduct and this newspaper continues to publish."
Of course they found a loophole and terminated thousands of good, honest and hard working folks (and me) for a buck. Let's see how they handle this latest Lauren Duca tweet. I'm guessing she's safe.
No shame. No surprise.