It’s been a little over 24 hours since Jennifer Boyle became Public Enemy #1 after video of her lodging a racist attack against two black employees at a Michaels store over a $1 bag and another of her berating a gay barista at a coffee shop in Boystown over a bottle of water made national headlines.
After being identified by online sleuths, Boyle immediately got busy scrubbing the internet of her existence. The former Human Resources employee deactivated her LinkedIn profile, set her Twitter profile to private, and disappeared from Facebook. But that wasn’t enough to stop her from trending on social media. #JenniferBoyle cracked Twitter’s list of Top 20 hashtags yesterday afternoon, and it doesn’t appear to be letting up anytime soon.
So what have people been saying about the bigoted brunette who voted for Trump and who claims to shop at Michaels “literally every day”? Let’s have a looksie…
Hey, #JenniferBoyle, love your work.
— Randy Rainbow (@RandyRainbow) November 29, 2016
— RaveHeart (@ShaneShane_S) November 29, 2016
Bets on how long before #JenniferBoyle is named White House Press Secretary for the President-Elect?
— Ivan Mulkeen (@IvanMakesGames) November 29, 2016
I wonder what the parents of #JenniferBoyle think.
— Gerald Fariñas (@GeraldFarinas) November 29, 2016
Oh America, can we stop being like #JenniferBoyle because I think we all know she's the worst.
— Patrick Burke (@tallgayginger) November 29, 2016
#Jenniferboyle stopping baby shoplifters since 2016 ? smh
— Colleen Marshall (@Co_ll_een) November 29, 2016
Aww. #JenniferBoyle is out of that $90,000/yr job. Sad!
— asia. (@WSTMRLND1) November 29, 2016
I think one of my top questions is why #JenniferBoyle is shopping at Michael's "literally every day"
— Abby (@Flowerchic462) November 29, 2016
#jenniferboyle always nice to see that my relatives aren't as crazy as I thought they were. Infamy can be long lasting and brutal.
— Kai Bornhoft (@Kauaigold) November 29, 2016
— Adam Turner (@aturn05) November 28, 2016
— Joanne Truchon (@JoanneTruchon) November 29, 2016