Anime Right News (ARN) — Mike Stuchbery, most recently known for an encounter with InfoWars editor Paul Joseph Watson, has Tweeted some fairly offensive things in the past. One of these things however, definitively stands out, as it calls for people to be killed based on their race — if they are White.
Stuchbery, who left his job teaching at a high school after “banning banter” from the classroom, made an anti-White Tweet in late September.
In it he Tweeted: “Kill Whitey.“
This type of speech is against the old but also newest iteration of the Twitter Rules.
Hateful conduct: You may not promote violence against, threaten, or harass other people on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, religious affiliation, age, disability, or serious disease. Read more about our hateful conduct policy.
Anime Right News attempted to reach Stuchbery for comment on his Tweet:
We did not receive a response before or after he deleted it.
Undoubtedly, lacking punishment is revealing, in that Twitter selectively enforces its policies.
Much more disturbing however is that Stuchbery, who has a verified account, is also followed by a Twitter Support employee.
Liam Mac (@LMac), who is a Twitter Support staff member, follows Stuchbery.
Waiting for my next safety break...
Mac is also located on a list for employees on Twitter Support, both current as well as previous, called "Twizzles."
Mac sending off his boss [?] who recently left Twitter:
Stuchbery continues to make jokes about White Genocide.
UPDATE: Mike Stuchbery has responded.