Freedom of speech?
To have a prominent journalist from Yahoo News on Twitter calling for the removal of other credentialed journalists from the Twitter platform is unconscionable. I'm on the left and think this is incredibly inappropriate coming from a journalist at an allegedly non-partisan outlet. Even if you don't agree that de-platforming is a 1st amendment violation (debatable), it absolutely casts your network in a bad light to have your journalists calling for the banning of other journalists from social media, the modern-day public square. I'd have a serious moment of self-reflection about the values at this outlet and a conversation with Nazaryan while you're at it.
Ula Calla commented
De-platforming is not a “debatable” 1st amendment issue. It’s not even remotely a 1st amendment issue. Say you live on a corner lot, and you put a political sign in your front yard. Say you let your neighbors put up signs too, ones that also reflect your political views. That in no way grants rights to anyone else who wants to put up a political sign in your front yard, whether they agree with you or not. It’s still your yard. Get a freaking grip.