A dozen tweeters express concern about a novel that has been in the works for three years. The complainers don't even amount to a mob. It's barely even a minyan. Nevertheless, gives in to the mini-mob and begs for its forgiveness.
New by : A book by a celebrated author that was endorsed by was unpublished because of woke social justice bullies
Required viewing for my latest piece in The Twilight Zone, “It’s a Good Life” (1961)
“Johnny simply hates un-good thoughts of any kind, and displeasing Johnny has horrible consequences. If Johnny doesn’t like you, he can make you disappear. Just like 13 tweeters just made Kestin’s novel disappear.” My latest piece for the Post Millennial
American publisher gives in to Twitter mob, burns its own book - The Post Millennial
This press release reminded me of an episode of The Twilight Zone called “It’s a Good Life” In the episode, the residents of Peaksville, Ohio are reduced to sycophancy by a six year-old Johnny Fremont who holds power over anything that displeases him