NYU Cancels Course On 'Far Right' by Smear Merchant Talia Lavin After Only 2 Students Signed UpChris Menahan
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New York University canceled a course on the "far right" by far-left smear merchant Talia Lavin after only two students signed up.
Lavin, who used to work for Media Matters, is best known for resigning as a "fact checker" from the New Yorker after "falsely accusing a disabled ICE agent of having a Nazi tattoo," as The Wrap's Jon Levine reported on Thursday.
From The Wrap:
New York University has canceled an undergraduate journalism class that former New Yorker fact-checker Talia Lavin was scheduled to teach this fall after only two students signed up.Lavin had what many are calling a "meltdown" in response:
Perhaps another school will pick her course up and make it mandatory.
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