This @Dartmouth student tried to teach me "how academics works." Just watch ⤵️
And in return, you lied to her about the subject. Seems she won the argument as soon as you decided that you couldn't be honest.
The day Dinesh D'Souza gets to lecture me on how "academics works" it will be a cold, frigid, Absolute Zero day in hell.
He reminds me of the mouthy freshman demanding things because he knew better than the entire University.
Astonishingly accurate. I would say he reminds me of basically anybody on r/IAmVerySmart.
She's correct, actually. Your denial of the Southern Strategy isn't even right-wing. It's a conspiracy theory.
And, also, most universities would not consider "don't be an idiot" as an acceptable scholarly argument. In fact, you trade in conspiracy theory, and I am not the first person in higher education to point that out.
Mr. DSouza, this young lady is a prototypical progressive. She has been programmed for so long to believe a lie, that she simply cannot understand/comprehend that her paradigm is not based on reality or truth. Her bane is not simply acrimony, it is brainwashing.
But the fact that Dinesh is lying rolls right past you. LOL.
What’s he lying about
How long have you got?
He wasn’t lying.
Yes. He was. It's what he does. He's a grifter.
Lets see, who would be crushed? A scholar with 30-40 yrs of research under his belt, or a mere college student with less than 5 yrs of research 🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔
Who’s the scholar?
I think the comment at the end was a little much, but people today tend to believe whats spoonfed to them. With enough seasoning even poison can be made to taste delicious.....
Yes, that about sums up Republican support of this disgraceful potus.
The lecture itself was informative. The analogy of the rope and ladder parties provided a simplistic understanding to socialism. It was beneficial for anyone who was open-minded enough to understand the concept.These kids have much to learn about respect and debate.#selfawareness