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Top Biden Aide Has History Of Sexist Tweets

Top Biden Aide Has History Of Sexist Tweets

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Contributing Writer | Telegraph Local

You can run, but you can’t ever hide from your Tweets.

Tweets dating all the way back to 2010 seem to be haunting Kamau M. Marshall, the director of communications for the Biden campaign. 

Over the last decade or so, Marshall has added his personal thoughts and opinions on a variety of subjects but mostly focusing on how women should look and act, according to the article posted on Fox News and other outlets.

And like clockwork, Fox reported that “Within minutes of this story’s publication, Marshall deleted many of the tweets cited in this article, but Fox News retained screenshots.”

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Courtesy Fox News

Marshall must’ve been moving at nearly the speed of the internet trying to delete those tweets.

From his Twitter account, Marshall is also partial to using the term “no homo”. The term has been used several times says the Fox article.

Who is Kamau M. Marshall?

According to his Linkedin profile, Marshall lists himself as the Director of Strategic Communications at Biden for President.

An Ebony article also says that Marshall served as deputy national press secretary and director of African American Media at the DCCC during the 2018 midterm elections. In this role, he was part of the Year of Engagement team, which spent $30 million to mobilize communities of color in a midterm election that flipped the most seats from red to blue since 1974.

In a 2017 article for The Art of Perspective, Marshall says, “However, being around so many different types of people while growing up and moving around all the time (7 cities, and 6 states), played a critical role in driving me towards my current life pursuits. Being a person of the people has always been in my nature.”

Famous (Potentially) Last Words

Top Biden Aide Has History Of Sexist Tweets

When asked his most regrettable career moment, during an interview with PRWeek, Marshall says “In all honesty, I don’t have a regrettable career moment. It hasn’t been perfect, but it hasn’t been bad either. If anything, I would say I had some great teachable moments where I’ve learned and gotten better. Also, I’m still getting better with time.”

Something tells us he might just have reached that regrettable moment. Marshall should remember that in Twitterspace, everyone can hear you scream.

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