Duquesne's cancellation of my JFK panel appearance is pretentious censorship Do students agree with administration? Am I banned for life?—
Geraldo Rivera (@GeraldoRivera) September 02, 2013
As Twitchy reported, Geraldo Rivera was disinvited from a scheduled appearance on a Duquesne University panel about John F. Kennedy’s assassination. Today the Fox News host took to Twitter to complain, claiming the cancellation amounts to censorship. Not just regular censorship, mind you, but “pretentious” censorship.
Not everyone was convinced.
In fairness, it should be noted that Geraldo did get support from some of his Twitter readers, including Columbia University prof Marc Lamont Hill:
Wait. Marc Lamont Hill posted a creepy selfie, too?