Here's Marz's latest blunders
Good piece. It's a not a free speech issue. No one has a right to a publishing platform. https://t.co/lWevIbzU1C— Ron Marz (@ronmarz) February 5, 2017
Nobody? I guess even Marz doesn't want one. Again, he's jealous that somebody else is getting all the book deals and opportunities he's not. But hey, what does he expect when he lacks talent?
It's worth noting that yet again, Marz is indirectly insulting his colleague Chuck Dixon. Umm, Marz, you do know that Dixon's done a few podcast interviews with Yiannapoulous, some of which laid bare what went wrong with the comics medium, including the terrible hack jobs DC did with Spoiler, right? How long will it be before Marz openly advocates the Wertham method of censorship, and turns against Dixon for real? After all, if he doesn't believe Yiannapoulous has a right to a book deal, then he must not think Dixon does either. Above all, he fails to recognize that Simon & Shuster is not his property, and if they want to do a book deal with Yiannapolous, that's their business, and Marz doesn't have to buy from them if he doesn't want to.
Up until 10 minutes ago, Sean Spicer didn't think his life could get any worse.— Ron Marz (@ronmarz) February 5, 2017
And, Marz couldn't be more bitter at the success of right-wing counterparts.
So the descendants of immigrants now want to #BoycottBudweiser because of a pro-immigrant commercial? Cognitive dissonance for the win!— Ron Marz (@ronmarz) February 5, 2017
Yes, keep going and acting as though all immigrants are saints, please. All you're doing, Marz, is a terrible disfavor to the victims of those who adhere to evil. Then, in reply to a tweet about Jack Kirby, he said:
Be Like Jack. https://t.co/kecEfN2E6P— Ron Marz (@ronmarz) February 6, 2017
Yes, please do, which means that you should save your condemnations for jihadists and not American conservatives. On the votes for approving Betsy DeVos as education secretary, he says:
Expecting GOP Senators to show any sort of spine or even interest in the public good was always a forlorn hope. https://t.co/WgeVYFrh36— Ron Marz (@ronmarz) February 7, 2017
Expecting a leftist like Marz to have any consideration along the same lines is clearly a forlorn hope. Nor does he seem particularly dismayed by how a teachers' union tried to stop DeVos from entering a school.
Certainly the most convincing way to refute damning allegations is to scream "fake news!" Twice. https://t.co/9nji46FZxa— Ron Marz (@ronmarz) February 10, 2017
All this coming from a man who buys into fake news. Like, say, what caused the Ferguson riots, which wasn't what he wanted to believe. So as we see, Marz buys into fake news, and as a result, what's his point? He's still obviously bitter as can be that the world doesn't go according to his idea of how it should turn, and is simply unqualified for commentating.