Nick Spencer Calls Out Critics On Both Sides For Fostering Harassment

Posted by September 15, 2017 Comment

As the comics community grappled with an alt-right troll movement feigning outrage to get a writer fired from a book as part of harassment-fueled campaign to save comics from “SJWs,” Nick Spencer took to Twitter Friday night to tell funny stories about his cat in an attempt to provide a humorous respite from all the trouble:

https://twitter.com/nickspencer/status/908557132433260546

Just kidding. Spencer actually took to Twitter to blame critics on both sides for harassment, calling the problem “entirely bipartisan and in every direction.”

Spencer tweeted:

https://twitter.com/nickspencer/status/908856939890618368

https://twitter.com/nickspencer/status/908857918677704704

https://twitter.com/nickspencer/status/908858649711280130

https://twitter.com/nickspencer/status/908859311941550080

Asked to clarify with specific examples, Spencer asserted that time is linear:

https://twitter.com/nickspencer/status/908867937150181377

And who can argue with that?

(Last Updated November 15, 2017 4:00 am )

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