From World Net Daily
If one were to judge Colleen Oefelein by her bio, the now-former literary agent with the Jennifer De Chiara Literary Agency seemed like a relatively employable person.
Too bad she had social media accounts on the wrong networks.
On her Manuscript Wish List website, Oefelein describes herself as “a retired chemical engineer, Air Force officer, and disabled veteran who’s worked 911 dispatch for Alaska State Troopers and currently teaches Irish Dance and volunteers in my son’s Kindergarten class as the nose wiper, POUT POUT FISH reader, and janitor.
“I speak German, can fly a helicopter, net a salmon, navigate a river, and pack a chute. Born and raised in Pittsburgh, I now live in Alaska, but still root for the Steelers and Penguins. I hold a BS in Chemical Engineering with a focus in Biotechnology, and a BS in German, both from Penn State University. I also have one pointed ear.”
In fact, the only evidence that Oefelein might have political and social opinions was that she seemed to reject works that trafficked in those. She said she was “weary of politics, school shootings, dragons, vampires, faeries, and werewolves.” She added that “I enjoy working with authors who show social media savvy and who haven’t alienated one half of the nation or the other with intolerance.”
Unfortunately, Oefelein alienated her employer when Twitter users noticed she’d talked about her Parler and Gab accounts. They apparently notified the agency, and this was the result:
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