Glenn Reynolds’ USA Today Column Suspended for a Month After Tweet Urging Motorists to Run Over Protesters

Featuring the classic right wing non-apology apology
119steve_davis
6 days, 8 hours ago
re: #44 thedopefishlives Yep. That's my assumption. She had her finger on the trigger rather than where it was supposed to be, and the various alternate explanations are bullshit. Of course, that makes her guilty of manslaughter, so they can't ...
Wingnuts
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After saying earlier today that he was not sorry for his tweet saying motorists should run over protesters, blogger/law professor Glenn Reynolds is now apologizing for it, sort of. It’s one of those “I’m sorry you misunderstood me” non-apology apologies. And the reason for this is because he apparently …

UT Knoxville College of Law Dean Denounces Glenn Reynolds’ Tweet Encouraging Violence Against Protesters

“University administrators, college faculty, and I are investigating this matter”
175stpaulbear
1 week ago
re: #136 Targetpractice Isn't that part of a new state law passed when conservatives took all branches of state government in NC? I thin k it's out of the chief's hands. I remember reading that somewhere this week but I ...
US News
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