A 'Twitter mob' is as phony as its outrage

Opinion The Washington Times

In a recent interview with Howard Stern, Whitney Cummings, an incredibly talented writer and comedian, opened up about how she is afraid to say certain things for fear that she’ll be shut down and silenced by the Twitter mob. This is a problem for many reasons. Miss Cummings, who at ... …

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