1. If you like liberty, then you’d agree that Medium [a private firm] has a choice of who they publish and what they publish based on the quality and content of the writing?
  2. Censorship is when a government does it, not a private firm.
  3. Cernovich: If Medium believes, as an agent in free enterprise, that publishing an author who states “diversity is code for white genocide” turns away more of Medium’s customers/readers than it attracts, they are making a good business decision.
  4. Here’s an experiment for you: write a poem, any poem, and submit it to the New Yorker. When they reject you, sue them like Cernovich is suing Medium, for Civil Rights abuse because they didn’t like the content or the wording of your poem.
  5. If you believe the New Yorker or Medium is obligated to publish and any every author who submits work to them, you are sorely mistaken.
  6. Imagine such a world: one in which the New Yorker publishes absolutely everything that gets sent their way.
  7. HA HA HA HA HA HA. That is crazysauce.
  8. Yet, you hold to this position relating to Medium.

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