Conservative orators like Milo Yiannopoulos, Ben Shapiro, and Richard Spencer have ﬁgured out that a speaking gig at a public university, especially in the face of ﬁerce ideological opposition, is an easy way to attract an audience: https://t.co/j9t8bUi7Ny pic.twitter.com/Ylip67PGZP
— The New Yorker (@NewYorker) July 16, 2018
Milo Yiannopoulos, Ben Shapiro, and Richard Spencer? One of these things is most definitely not like the others. And for the New Yorker to pretend it is is pretty damn shameful. Not to mention shamefully transparent.
— Jason (@RoyalsFreeOut) July 16, 2018
Putting Ben in this is insane. https://t.co/zs2wnCMCJB
— Nathan the Wurtzelhearted (@NathanWurtzel) July 16, 2018
Did you just group Ben Shapiro with Richard Spencer? Really?
— Sasha Torma (@sashatorma11) July 16, 2018
You’re really lumping Shapiro in with that group? pic.twitter.com/jKU7f5aujr
— DLass (@Wwlasss) July 16, 2018
Putting @benshapiro in the same basket as Milo and Spencer is faulty at best.
— Jed Bartlett for a 3rd term (@MR_Lucky1) July 16, 2018
Neither Milo Yiannopoulos nor Richard Spencer are conservative. https://t.co/S8PPi9VZez
— neontaster (@neontaster) July 16, 2018
Lol Milo conservative
— Kody (@K_MARTmvtx) July 16, 2018
Did you really just call Richard Spencer a conservative? pic.twitter.com/WkTIA545f8
— Jen DinNJ (@JenDinnj) July 16, 2018
Richard Spencer isn’t conservative and no amount of false reporting will make it true.
— Brendan Ryan (@TelescopeEyes) July 16, 2018
"Conservative" just means "I don't like you."
— Jim Treacher (@jtLOL) July 16, 2018
This is what happens when no one at your magazine even knows a conservative, to lump all these people together. https://t.co/rwGBYG4bMX
— Rachael Larimore (@RachaelBL) July 16, 2018
Wow, that's a hell of a lump in.
— Alex Zelinski (@A_Zelinski) July 16, 2018
That’s sad to group Shapiro in with those other two. You should be ashamed.
— Keith MacMurray (@kmacphilly) July 16, 2018
Subtle attempt to discredit Shapiro is not so subtle.
— Austin (@DoubleA_Brister) July 16, 2018
Shapiro is nothing like the other two. That’s a bad faith statement and you know it @NewYorker
— Ryan Bell (@bellfarming) July 16, 2018
Regarding your headline which groups @benshapiro with Spencer or Milo: you either have an issue with being properly informed or you have an issue with integrity. This headline is artless and lacks nuance.
— Michael Shawley (@MichaelShawley) July 16, 2018
Spencer isn’t a conservative; he’s a shit head. Milo’s a troll. Lumping Shapiro in with those two is lazy and intellectually dishonest.
Either the author is too dumb to be writing about this topic or they’re deliberately trying to mislead. Which one is it?
— Twiter Tourist (@WShamers) July 16, 2018
— Rich Kelsey (@RichKelsey) July 16, 2018
The opening statement here should tell you everything you need about the article. Grouping Ben Shapiro together with Milo and Richard Spencer says everything about their agenda.
— David Quigley (@dpquigl) July 16, 2018
Milo and Spencer are not conservative and you know it. It's garbage like this that continually proves that the media cannot be trusted.
— Grand Admiral Nick (@admiral_nick) July 16, 2018