NYT's Bret Stephens Quits Twitter After Getting Called Out For Trying to Get Prof Fired For Calling Him A 'Bedbug'Chris Menahan
Aug. 27, 2019
Leader Of 'The Base' Militant Group Revealed As Intelligence Contractor, Suspected Federal Agent
Abby Martin Blocked From Speaking at Georgia Southern for Refusing to Sign Pro-Israel Loyalty Oath
As Coronavirus Spreads, UK Schools Told to Fear Outbreak of Anti-Chinese 'Xenophobia'
NYT: "Iowa Should Never Go First," It's "Among The Country's Whitest States"
Michelle Obama Wins Grammy For Reading Her Ghostwritten Memoir
New York Times columnist Bret Stephens on Tuesday compared himself to the victims of "totalitarian regimes" after facing backlash for allegedly trying to get a professor fired for calling him a "bedbug" on Twitter.
Dave Karpf, an associate professor at George Washington University, revealed on Monday night that Stephens sent a letter to him and cc'ed his provost complaining about Karpf referring to him as a "bedbug" in a tweet.
Stephens on Tuesday quit Twitter and played the victim:
NY Times publisher A.G. Sulzberger on Sunday similarly suggested he and his paper were the victim of a vast right-wing conspiracy because some trolls were searching through Times employees old tweets and sharing their findings to embarrass them.
These are the people demanding the entire internet be censored.
Follow InformationLiberation on Twitter, Facebook, Gab and Minds.