Didn't Naomi Wolf like my Huffington Post comment? (Florida taser incident)
Like everyone else, we urge you to wash your hands and engage in social distancing.
Unlike everyone else, we urge you to also help with this smart plan to get more tests, ventilators, and PPE. Everyone can do that plan right now, at home, in just 15 minutes.
If enough people help with the plan we can save lives. Take time out now and help get more desperately-needed supplies.
Shortly after posting it, someone using the nyu.edu network followed the link in the comment; this was the referer:
http://editorial.huffingtonpost.com/modsuite/?tool=approve&filter_entry_id=&pending=1Since my comment hasn't appeared, I can only assume that it was disapproved. (Of course, perhaps there could be a two-level approval process or something, but I doubt it). While I haven't been able to determine a link between Naomi Wolf and New York University, perhaps she's been given access through their network or something. Or perhaps it's one of Arianna Huffington's web minions, but one wonders whether a
Herewith the comment:
I haven't watched any of the videos, but it certainly seems like there's much more to this than Wolf lets on: There are only so many videos I can watch so I haven't delved into this issue, although (just as a general rule) I tend to oppose tasering people who try to ask questions.
I note also that I was the only person that I know of who spoke out when the S.F. Supes falsely accused someone of committing a crime:
Perhaps if Wolf and other "liberals" would pay attention to things like that their words wouldn't ring so hollow.
 This has happened many times: my comments on Marty Kaplan's entries have never been approved, and while Earl Ofari Hutchinson might have approved one, most have not made it through the filter. Likewise with Hilda Solis. Oddly, two very negative comments I left on entries from Anthony Romero of the ACLU were approved.
 Per the second comment, NYU is actually not public. I note also that one of Arianna's upper-level minions, Jay Rosen, works there (journalism.nyu.edu/pubzone/weblogs/pressthink), so perhaps it's one of his students learning to be a good "journalist" or something.