College Journalist Bigots Pounded on Twitter
But outside a campus newsroom, where a larger group of Americans gets a voice (as on Twitter), views like this don’t go over well.
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Editorial: "Our Wellesley community will not stand for hate speech, and will call it out when possible": https://t.co/vJBHC658jB— The Wellesley News (@Wellesley_News) April 14, 2017
UpdateWe left a critical comment in response to the original Wellesley News editorial. We said (first quoting the article, and then responding):
>>> Rather, we are not referring to those who have already had the incentive to learn and should have taken the opportunities to do so. <<<After four days, our comment has not been approved. And neither has any other.
I see. People who disagree with your leftist, politically correct intolerant views need to be punished. So ironic that people who talk about “hate speech” always turn out to be the real haters.
So we wrote the editor of the Wellesley News, and asked the following:
Why aren’t you approving comments on your editorial saying that politically incorrect views should be censored at your college?The e-mail quickly bounced with the following error message:
Is it that you got really pounded, and are trying to conceal that fact?
<editor thewellesleynews.com=""> :
Remote host 22.214.171.124 does not like recipient firstname.lastname@example.org Remote host said: 550-Sorry. Mailbox full. You tried to send mail to email@example.com 550-Unfortunately the mail box of this user is full. Try to contact the owner.