I always said Jeffrey Toobin was a jerk off. Now there is proof. He has been suspended by the New Yorker magazine but did appear on CNN.

That makes sense because if they fired all the jerk offs there, they would have no one left. Toobin has since asked for a leave of absence,

VICE reports:

Two people who were on the call told VICE separately that the call was an election simulation featuring many of the New Yorker’s biggest stars: Jane Mayer was playing establishment Republicans; Evan Osnos was Joe Biden, Jelani Cobb was establishment Democrats, Masha Gessen played Donald Trump, Andrew Marantz was the far right, Sue Halpern was left wing democrats, Dexter Filkins was the military, and Jeffrey Toobin playing the courts. There were also a handful of other producers on the call from the New Yorker and WNYC.

Both people, who spoke on the condition of anonymity in order to speak freely, noted that it was unclear how much each person saw, but both said that they saw Toobin jerking off.

The New Yorker announced he was suspended but they left out the reason for the suspension. He appeared on CNN on Saturday before asking for time off. Toobin says he will not be hiring a lawyer because he knows he can get himself off.

He could claim mental incapacitation. Just from his Trump Derangement Syndrome alone. He says he didn’t know the others could see him. Why did he think the woman was pointing at his package and laughing?

From Breitbart News

Additionally, the New Yorker editor David Remnick wrote in a memo to all staffers: “Dear All, As you may have read in various news reports today, one of our writers, Jeff Toobin, was suspended after an incident on a Zoom call last week. Please be assured that we take such matters seriously and that we are looking into it. Best, David.”

Toobin seemingly confirmed that exposing himself was the motivation behind the suspension, though he claimed it was merely an accident.

“I made an embarrassingly stupid mistake, believing I was off-camera. I apologize to my wife, family, friends, and co-workers,” he told Motherboard in a statement.

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