The Washington Post published a story on Dave Portnoy on Monday that ended with this line: “Portnoy declined to comment for this story after The Post declined his terms for conducting an interview.”

Notably, they did not explain what terms Portnoy demanded of the paper whose motto is, “Democracy Dies in Darkness”:

According to Portnoy, the only thing he asked for was to record the interview so the Post couldn’t “cut and edit”:

Yes, it is “weird how nobody but [Portnoy] will accept these terms:

Over to you, Washington Post and Business Insider:

Twitter also suspended Portnoy after he posted an email exchange with Business Insider editor in chief Nicholas Carlson:

According to Twitter, Portnoy violated Twitter’s policy of posting private information:

And the war goes on:


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