She decided to include what she calls a "myth" about "large sex organs" among African-Americans. As a test to see just how fact-checked these essays were, I merely asked her what sources she had that this is indeed a "myth." 2/— Andrew Sullivan (@sullydish) January 6, 2020
And now Twitter wants to cancel Andrew Sullivan for his skepticism about the Conventional Wisdom’s blanket dismissal of a certain “myth” about racial differences, even though I presume Sullivan has done a lot of first-hand hands-on fact-checking of this question over the decades …
Personally, I defer to Sullivan’s expertise on this subject.
By the way, Ida Bae Wells (N. Hanna Jones) is the New York Times’ 1619 Project expert on American history.