Kyle Kulinski, the 30-year-old host of Secular Talk, which airs on the far-left Young Turks YouTube network, has a disturbing history of racist tweets, reports the Gateway Pundit.
The news about Kulinski comes just weeks after Young Turks co-founder, Cenk Uygur, was forced to apologize after TheWrap discovered a series of old but troubling blog posts written by Uyger that many interpreted as misogynist. The fallout from this report resulted in Uygur resigning from Justice Democrats, a political PAC he co-founded.
Kulinski is also a co-founder of the Justice Democrats PAC and also resigned with Uygur back in December.
On his verified twitter account, starting in 2011 and ending in 2016, Kulinski shared a number of thoughts that Kulinski himself would almost certainly condemn as racist, sexist, and homophobic had they come from anyone on the right.
About the singer Kesha, Kulinski wrote, “#kesha needs 2 say fuck it & just make a song called ‘I’m a whore.'”
Another tweet reads, “Who sucked more dicks in their life, Madonna or Britney Spears?”
In a tweet dated September of 2011, Kulisnki called a “loud mouth Italian lady” a “cunt” for “blasting her iPod” in a waiting room.
There are three examples of the Young Turks star using the N-word. Kulinski is not black.
Kulinski seems to enjoy mocking Asians as a group. One tweet reads, “All Asians look the same.” Another declares: “#ThingsWeAllHate Asian drivers.”
In June of 2016, Kulinski tweeted to someone, “thanks, faggot.”
Despite his own history, Kulisnki still spends a lot of his time self-righteously attacking people on the right for being racist.
What is interesting, though, is that a good faith search of his complaints about “racist” conservatives found nothing even begins to compare with Kulinski’s slurs against Asians, or his inexplicable use of the words “faggot” and “nigga.”
Like many on the left, Kulinski interprets political disagreements as racist, even as he is guilty of engaging in what can only be seen as actual racism.