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
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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.
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