By Christina L. DavisThe American Conservative magazine is ‘totally disgusting’, its editor-in-chief said.”PC Magazine has been a cesspool of garbage and contempt for nearly 30 years, and now it’s on the verge of extinction,” Maciej Szczepanski said in a statement.
“There’s nothing in the PC world that inspires more contempt than its contempt for the American people.
It is the most shameful thing I’ve ever seen in my life.”
He added: “I’ve long been convinced that PC is the least of the problems PC has to deal with.
The worst of the many, I think, are its contempt of its own people.
I’ve long believed that PC’s worst sin is its refusal to take its own history seriously, which has led it to behave in ways that make it impossible for Americans to see its true character.”
Szczepansky, who also heads the conservative magazine National Review, is among the most prominent voices in the conservative movement who have expressed concern about the magazine.
The magazine has published more than 500 articles on controversial topics since it was founded in 1995.
Szczesny said in his statement that he has been “deeply troubled” by what he called “PC’s inability to grapple with the fact that it’s a cesspit for racism, sexism, and anti-Semitism.”
He said he felt “deep sorrow” for the victims of PC’s history and that he would do everything in his power to stop the magazine from being “run down” by critics.SZCZEPANSKI, editor-at-large at PC Magazine, said in the statement that the magazine was not a safe space for people of all backgrounds.
He said the magazine “has no place” for anyone who disagrees with him or believes differently about the world.
“It’s time for a magazine that takes seriously its mission to be a safe and welcoming space where all voices can be heard,” he said.SXCZERUSZNIESKI, the publisher of National Review and the author of a controversial book titled, “Dictatorship of the Rich,” said he was not surprised that the company had gone under.
He described the magazine as “a cesspit” that “is a dangerous place to work in” and called for its demise.
“We have no idea how to do anything about it,” he told Fox News Channel’s “America’s Newsroom.”
“It’s just one of those things that goes on in a cesspits, and you get to the point where you can’t even get a toilet paper roll out of them.”SZczepanski said the company was in the process of selling itself to an investor group.
“I’m in no position to say when that will be, but I do know it won’t be before the end of the year,” he added.
He also said he had not heard from anyone at the company about the future of the magazine, but added that it was a “horrendous mistake” for it to be shut down.
“The PC world is so dysfunctional and so broken, and the magazine is one of the few things that makes it work,” he continued.
“It doesn’t matter who runs it.
It doesn’t care.
There’s no room for anyone to make it better.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.