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Fat Gay 35-Year-Old Facebook Executive Jeren Miles Fired for Allegedly Trying to Hook Up With 13-Year-Old Boy

Posted on | February 19, 2022 | Comments Off on Fat Gay 35-Year-Old Facebook Executive Jeren Miles Fired for Allegedly Trying to Hook Up With 13-Year-Old Boy

Look, it’s not that I’m prejudiced against fat people. Or gay people, for that matter. However, I am prejudiced against Facebook executives, especially when they’re sociology majors — i.e., the bargain basement of college graduates — whose behavior creates a situation where I find it advisable to use the word “allegedly” in a headline:

A high-level Facebook staffer was allegedly caught soliciting a minor for sex during an amateur undercover sting operation in Columbus, Ohio. The video of the encounter was posted to the YouTube channel “Predator Catchers Indianapolis” on February 16.
Jeren Andrew Miles, 35, of Palm Springs California, allegedly sent sexually explicit texts to a 13-year-old boy and made plans for the boy to meet him at Le Meridien Columbus hotel.
Miles was the Manager of Community Development at Meta/Facebook until a spokesperson from the company confirmed to The Daily Caller that Miles is “no longer with the company.”
According to the video, the anti-pedophile activist group busted Miles at the hotel where he then agreed to give an interview.
During the interview, Miles admitted that he sent sexually explicit messages to a person he believed to be a 13-year-old boy, according to the video.
“I was flirting, I was talking to him,” Miles admitted. “There was never any intention of meeting up with him.”
However, he later admitted that he arranged for them to meet after giving the underaged boy “information” and a “location.”
Miles serves on the board of directors for LGBTQ+ group, Equality California. He has since deleted his social media accounts on LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Miles previously worked as the Director of Community Affairs for Lyft, according to an archive on LinkedIn . . .

Daniel Payne points out that a Facebook public-relations official named Drew Pusateri — who, for all I know, might be totally heterosexual, despite the fact that he’s a white guy working for Facebook — “tried to talk [TechCrunch reporter Ingrid Lunden] out of the newsworthiness of this story . . . noting that other outlets were not covering it.”

Gosh, you mean the Big Tech behemoth expects reporters to pretend that it’s not newsworthy that one of their executives was expressing his desire to “suck” (that’s a direct quote) a 13-year-old boy?

Allegedly, I hasten to add. Our legal department (i.e. Bert the Samoan lawyer) hasn’t gotten back to me on my request for clarification about how often I must use “allegedly” in this post, just to make clear that I am not the one making these accusations, and am instead merely quoting what other online sources have published. Certainly I do not claim to have direct knowledge of what Jeren Andrew Miles planned to do with a 13-year-old boy in an Ohio hotel room, so that is just an allegation, whereas the fact that he’s fat is self-evident.

Also, Jeren Andrew Miles is a white male homosexual, and it seems as if the way “diversity” works in Silicon Valley nowadays is that no white males can be employed unless they’re gay. Or a really good engineer. But considering that Jeren Andrew Miles majored in sociology, I’m going to bet he’s not very good at all that “coding” stuff that computer engineers get paid to do. And by the way, did I mention he’s fat?

To repeat — I am not prejudiced against fat people, but lots of other people are, which is why I keep pointing this out, just to give those people another reason to hate Facebook (as if more reasons were needed). So I apologize to any fat people or gay people (or even sociology majors) offended by this post, but you understand that I had to leverage every available prejudice as part of my effort to incite Fear and Loathing of Facebook Executives, Particularly The Ones Who (Allegedly) Want to Suck a 13-Year-Old Boy in a Hotel Room.

Being a blogger is a thankless job, but somebody’s got to do it. Allegedly.

(Hat-tip: Ed Driscoll at Instapundit.)



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