Bigotry at The Daily Beast — Contact Press@IAC.com to Ask if They Stand By this Behavior

Marlow Stern of The Daily Beast is a bigot, let his employers know.

When Trump allegedly mocked the disability of a journalist, the entire media freaked out. Yet when Marlow Stern of The Daily Beast engaged in such vile conduct, you won’t hear about it on “Reliable Sources” with Brian Stelter. But employers take such matters seriously, as bigoted behavior can be used as evidence in a lawsuit.

Marlow Stern mocked a speech impediment I have. Engaging in such conduct, while lawful on social media, would be a violation under the Americans With Disabilities Act if done at work.

Millions of Americans struggle with speech impediments, and many children are insecure about the way they speak.

How can a professional journalist engage in such vile, discriminatory behavior?

Stern deleted the Tweet but did not apologize. The Tweet was posted here:

https://twitter.com/marlownyc/status/930232849701265408

An archive of the Tweet is available here:

http://archive.is/t2dXK

Email IAC, which Owns the Daily Beast, to Ask About this Behavior.

You can email IAC, the parent corporation of The Daily Beast, here:

press@iac.com
ir@iac.com

You can also contact individual members of the Board of Directors.

Be polite, be civil.

We have the moral high ground. Simply report honestly what The Daily Beast supports, and ask IAC if this is what their brands are about.

Here is what I emailed (typos in original):

I would like to bring your attention a Tweet by one of a reporter at The Daily Beast.
Marlow Stern mocked a speech impediment I have. Engaging in such conduct, while lawful on social media, would be a violation under the Americans With Disabilities Act if done at work.
Millions of Americans struggle with speech impediments, and many children are insecure about the way they speak.
How can a professional journalist engage in such vile, discriminatory behavior?
Stern deleted the Tweet but did not apologize. The Tweet, attached as a screen capture, was posted here:
https://twitter.com/marlownyc/status/930232849701265408
An archive of the Tweet is available here:
http://archive.is/t2dXK
I demand an apology from Stern, and also want to ensure your Legal and HR department have a record of this behavior, as it would be relevant in any anti-discrimination lawsuit brought against your companies. It would show that there is a culture with your company of tolerating bigotry.

Thank you,

Mike Cernovich

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Mike Cernovich is a journalist, author, and filmmaker.