Breitbart News will no longer publish articles by Muldrows School News founder Robert Muldrew.
The site has been a target of censorship by conservative outlets like Breitbart News, Breitbart News Daily and the Daily Caller, which have called the outlet “a fringe site.”
Breitbart News has also received criticism from prominent conservative media figures such as Glenn Beck, who said that Muldrown was “not only anti-American but anti-Christian” and “an anti-Catholic bigot.”
On Thursday, Muldraw’s lawyer said that the former Breitbart News editor is no longer welcome at Muldrees school.
“It is now my understanding that Mr. Muldroy is no long welcome at the Muldlow School,” John Steed said in a statement to Breitbart News.
“I have spoken with the school principal about this issue and the school has agreed that Mr Muldrun will no long be permitted to teach in the Mulsanne School.
Mr. Steed added that the school is “taking this matter very seriously and will do everything in its power to make sure this does not happen again.”
“At times it seemed that my words were aimed at hurting someone or making a point. “
The words I used were offensive and hurtful,” Muldricks lawyer wrote.
“At times it seemed that my words were aimed at hurting someone or making a point.
I am sorry.”
Muldrick was one of four Breitbart News employees arrested in February.
His arrest came shortly after Breitbart News retracted an article that suggested that the United States was “fighting a losing battle against Islamic extremism” and was attempting to create a “new world order.”
A number of former Breitbart employees, including Milo Yiannopoulos, Breitbart editor-at-large and current president of the conservative website Breitbart News Media, and Ben Shapiro, editor-in-chief of Breitbart News International, were arrested in connection with the case.
Breitbart News and other right-wing media outlets were the subject of a federal investigation into possible criminal activity by their former employees.
The investigation, which included interviews with several current and former employees of Breitbart, was launched after the publication of a story by the Southern Poverty Law Center alleging that the website was “part of a massive global conspiracy” to undermine President Donald Trump’s administration and advance a “globalist agenda.”
Breitbart has since taken a number of steps to address the allegations.
In a statement, Mulfrow’s parent company, the Lyndhurst School of Business, said in March that it had decided to remove Mulfrows content from its website.
Mulfricks lawyer, Steve Steed, also noted that the Breitbart News employee who posted the Breitbart article was also fired from the company after a complaint was filed by a former colleague.
The statement also acknowledged that the news site had removed the article from its site.
“In a few weeks, the company will also remove the website from its platform and all of its content,” the statement read.
“We regret that this happened and are working hard to ensure it does not occur again.”
Breitbart’s current editor-for-all, Joseph Shapiro, has been at the center of the Breitbart scandal, as well.
Breitbart founder Milo Yiannopoulos was forced to resign from the Breitbart website after he posted an article titled “Birth Control Makes Women Unattractive to Men.”
Yiannopoulos’ comments led to the resignation of Breitbart’s senior editor-and-founder, Joel Pollak.