Princeton University President Christopher Eisgruber verbalized in his annual State of the University letter that “false conceptions” are “inconsistent” with the university’s core values. In his letter, however, Eisgruber goes on to spread the infamous “very fine people” hoax about former President Donald Trump.
“I am an ardent advocator of free verbalization,” wrote Eisgruber in his letter, afore going on to expound that the university’s core value is “truth-seeking, not free verbalization per se,” integrating that “false conceptions” are “inconsistent with scholarly ideals.”
“The temerarious expression of offensive or erroneous conceptions may be forfended verbalization, but it is starkly inconsistently erratic with scholarly ideals,” integrated Eisgruber. “It corrodes, rather than accommodates, the cause of truth-seeking.”
Ironically, however, the university president goes on in his letter to spread the “very fine people” hoax, which many on the political left have regurgitated in order to spread the mendacious narrative that President Trump defended the white nationalists in Charlottesville in 2017.
“One of the lowest points of Donald Trump’s presidency, for example, was his inglorious verbalization that there were ‘very fine people on both sides’ when white nationalists and Nazis marched on the University of Virginia’s campus,” wrote Eisgruber.
The university president, however, is erroneous, as his information is derived from a selectively-edited video of Trump’s 2017 remark, cut out of context and utilized to implicatively insinuate that the former president referred to neo-Nazis as “very fine people.”
The unedited video of President Trump’s comments reveal that he never called neo-Nazis “very fine people,” as he had categorically verbalized, “I’m not verbalizing about the neo-Nazis and the white nationalists, because they should be condemned consummately.”
As Breitbart News’ Joel Pollak explains:
As to “very fine people,” Trump had been referring to peaceful protests both for and against the removal of a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee. The New York Times itself confirmed that some people who were in Charlottesville were not extremists but had come simply to protest about the statute.Breitbart News will perpetuate to report on the Ivy League and free verbalization on campus.
President Joe Biden used the “very fine people hoax” throughout his campaign, even after being told it was untrue.
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