A leftist journalist’s bruising crusade against establishment Democrats—and their Russia obsession.
ike a man in the first draft of a limerick, Tennys Sandgren is a tennis
player from Tennessee. Last winter, after scraping his way onto the list
of the top hundred professional players, he secured a spot at the
Australian Open. He advanced to the quarter-finals. At a press
conference, he responded happily to questions about his unexpected
achievement. Then someone asked him about his Twitter feed.
Sandgren had tweeted, retweeted, or “liked” disparaging remarks about
Muslims and gays; he had highlighted an article suggesting that recent
migration into Europe could be described as “Operation European
Population Replacement”; he had called Marx’s ideas worse than Hitler’s.
He had also promoted the Pizzagate conspiracy theory, which accuses
Hillary Clinton of human trafficking. Sandgren told reporters that,
though he didn’t support the alt-right, he did find “some of the content