It’s been mind-boggling to watch White Fragility celebrated in recent weeks. DiAngelo’s writing style is pure pain. , The Exile: Sex, Drugs, and Libel in the New Russia, The eXile: Sex, Drugs, and Libel in the New Russia, The Great Derangement: A Terrifying True Story of War, Politics, and Religion at the Twilight of the American Empire, Griftopia: Bubble Machines, Vampire Squids, and the Long Con That Is Breaking America, The Divide: American Injustice in the Age of the Wealth Gap, Insane Clown President: Dispatches from the 2016 Circus, Hate Inc.: Why Today's Media Makes Us Despise One Another, "The Great American Bubble Machine: How Goldman-Sachs Blew up the Economy", "CAMPAIGNS FOUND A GORILLA JOURNALIST IN THEIR MIDST", "Matt Taibbi, author of Griftopia, answers Ten Terrifying Questions", "Matt Taibbi's New Book: 'Insane Clown President, "State of the Union? Earlier this month, Taibbi alleges, the pair acted to remove his managerial responsibilitiesâeffectively hampering his ability to lead the project for which heâd been hired. , In a 2008 interview with Hemant Mehta for Patheos, Taibbi described himself as an "atheist/agnostic". Also, she holds an American nationality. “Someone rly started a Google doc of racists and their info for us to ruin their lives… I love twitter,” wrote a different person, adding cheery emojis.
Taibbi has authored several books, including The Great Derangement (2009); Griftopia (2010); The Divide (2014); Insane Clown President (2017); I Can't Breathe (2017); and Hate Inc. (2019).
 Taibbi also quoted former CIA analyst Robert Baer who argued that the whistleblower was part of a "palace coup against Trump. In 2020, he began self-publishing his online writing, while still contributing to the Useful Idiots podcast and the print edition of Rolling Stone. , Taibbi became a contributing editor at Rolling Stone, writing feature-length articles on domestic and international affairs. His story has always been understood as a complex, long-developing political tale about overcoming violent systemic oppression. He stated that he would continue to contribute print features for Rolling Stone and maintain the Useful Idiots podcast with Katie Halper. For your security, we need to re-authenticate you. My mother is Irish. Taibbi was born in 1970 in New Brunswick, New Jersey, to Mike Taibbi, an NBC television reporter, and his wife. After the death of conservative commentator Andrew Breitbart, in March 2012, Taibbi wrote an obituary in Rolling Stone, entitled "Andrew Breitbart: Death of a Douche".  The interview took place in 2010, and Taibbi later described the incident as "an aberration from how I've behaved in the last six or seven years".. But this is such a dismissive slam of DiAngelo. Today four of Taibbiâs former colleagues reveal, in a detailed blog post published on First Lookâs own site The Intercept, why exactly Taibbi left the company.