Taylor Lorenz skips Christmas for 4th straight year because of Covid, accuses those who don’t wear masks of 'social murder of disabled people'

"I very much judge anyone who participates in the social murder of disabled people just because it's 'the holidays.'"

Libby Emmons Brooklyn NY
Washington Post writer Taylor Lorenz is missing Christmas for the fourth straight year because of Covid. The notorious tech writer who doxxed Libs of TikTok and cried over mean DMs on Twitter has spent the past several months spouting off on Threads, Meta's woke Twitter alternative, about how Covid is still a thing, people should still wear masks, and information on long Covid is being blocked, suppressed, and downranked.

In responding to a Threads user who was recommending Covid mitigation methods for social gatherings, Lorenz said "Totally agree with you on the mitigation advice, but I very much judge anyone who participates in the social murder of disabled people just because it's 'the holidays.' Many of us who are high risk are missing our FOURTH Christmas because other selfish people can't be bothered to mask and take basic precautions that allow us to safely participate in public life. They don't feel enough shame and judgement imo, instead infection has been fully normalized."

Many on X saw the comment and noted the bizarre comment about "the social murder of disabled people." The concept of a "social murder" is that a person will suffer an unnatural death due to some form of social, political or economic oppression. In this case, it would be the oppression one suffers when others do not choose to acknowledge Covid as a massive social contagion.

Lorenz began identifiying as disabled at least by last February. "Disabled people are fighting *to participate in society*," she said, then on Twitter. "That's all we want. We want robust layered covid protections that keep everyone safe and allow us to go to work, school, etc safely. No judgement here, but u should consider why that is so offensive to you."

She has said that she has PTSD from online harassment and is immunocompromised. 

Lorenz has been seen both masked and unmasked in recent months. She was masked while on strike with other Washington Post journalists sitting around a picnic table in LA, unmasked at an outdoor Balenciaga fashion show, and then masked with sparkles at a the Balenciaga after party.

Photo from Taylor Lorenz's Threads account

She has complained that Threads has been blocking and suppressing information about the dangers of Covid in 2023, and so-called long Covid at that. Ironically, while Twitter users were being removed from the platform for expressing their concerns that Covid had originated in a lab, or that governments were using Covid as an excuse to steal freedoms, Lorenz spoke in favor of those restrictions.

"As long as Threads continues to outright block terms like long covid from search and downranks disabled ppl seeking to talk about the mass disabling event we are experiencing right now, this will never be an inclusive platform," she said.

She has also said that those who advocate against Covid restrictions as advocating for "eugenics." 

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