Jackson Frank who was a games essayist for PhillyVoice, was terminated over a tweet
He tweeted in “fortitude” with Palestine in light of the group’s assertion showing support for Israel
Frank joined PhillyVoice in the Sixers beat the month before
Jackson Frank who was a games essayist for PhillyVoice, was terminated after he tweeted in “fortitude” with Palestine in light of the group’s assertion showing support for Israel.
“Mr. Frank is not generally utilized by PhillyVoice.com starting today,” PhillyVoice.com President Hal Donnelly told The Post in an explanation. “We stand with each and every individual who is totally shocked by the silly assaults in Israel, by the deficiency of honest lives and viciousness against regular people.”
I never knew who jackson frank (formerly of @thephillyvoice) was, but this anti-Semite looks just like the trolls I encounter here on twitter, a lameo &/ weirdo, frustrated with the Jews’ return home to Israel, and the freeing of it, who fits the composite sketch of pedophiles. pic.twitter.com/sOPCBdGKlu
— Lugassi לוגסי (@WolfLugassi) October 10, 2023
Indeed, even the b-ball group, which was Frank’s beat at the distribution – Philadelphia 76ers – have shown their help for Israel in the midst of the continuous struggle between the Center Eastern nation and Hamas fear mongers who penetrated the country in an unexpected assault. “We stand with individuals of Israel and go along with them in grieving the many guiltless lives lost to psychological warfare because of Hamas,” the Sixers tweeted Sunday, adding the hashtag #StandWithIsrael.
Frank answered, expressing, “This post sucks! Fortitude with Palestine generally.”
Who is Jackson Frank?
Frank joined PhillyVoice in the Sixers beat last month after essayist Kyle Neubeck left PhillyVoice for All-City’s PHLY startup. Frank has since erased his record on X, which was previously called Twitter.
Something like 800 Israelis and nine Americans have been accounted for dead from the assaults. 260 of them were concert attendees killed at the Clan of Nova live performance. Various Hamas fear mongers were seen paraglided into Israel over the Gaza Strip line.