“I mean value that the rewards of his social condition come upwards amongst an agreement that lesser-known people volition enjoin hateful things nearly him online. Stephens reached out to me inwards the false belief that I would experience ashamed. He reached out believing my academy would chastise me for provoking the ire of a author at The New York Times. That’s an abuse of his social station.”
Writes Brian Karpf inwards “I Called Bret Stephens a Bedbug. Then He Tried to Squelch My Freedom of Speech. What a Day. This, afterwards embarrassing himself on Twitter together with on national television” (Esquire).
And here’s the splendid reply from the university’s provost:
— GW University (@GWtweets) August 27, 2019
ADDED: Excellent except to the extent that the provost is however doing two spaces afterwards a period. Come on! Also, there’s no extra infinite earlier the novel paragraph. That too much/too little combination is mildly infuriating.Tags: Bret Stephens, David Karpf, free speech