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“It’s not okay to accuse them, with no facts, of coordinating with the Democratic Party. Please stop doing that or this interview will end,” Harlow exclaimed.
I asked Weiss whether she had been subjected to censorship at the Times or had any of her articles spiked. She said "yes," but then talked about "self-censorship."
A Times correspondent wrote, “First for me: Trump campaign tracked me down from pics I tweeted and escorted me out.”
The “Real Time” comic hosted Bari Weiss and Thomas Chatterton Williams. But like many of the Harper’s letter signatories, he’s a living example that “cancel culture” is overblown.
The Fox News star went on vacation after his chief writer was exposed as a bigot, and returned just as he was accused of harassment. So he doxxed a reporter to change the subject.
“The Times has not and does not plan to expose any residence of Tucker Carlson’s, which Carlson was aware of before tonight’s broadcast,” the paper said in response.