Master Chef of Banal Word Salads, Michael Eric Dyson, Says He’s Critical of “Certain Distancing Rhetorics That Intellectuals Can Carry Out”

There hasn’t been a man alive that can use so many words to say very little. He relies on word count and unusual word juxtapositions, often grammatically challenged, to mask his banality. He’s the carnival barker of intellectualism.

Is he kidding? Does he not see the irony in this statement?

“I am critical of certain distancing rhetorics that intellectuals can carry out.”

He’s almost crafted the perfect one-liner joke.

And he just called Trump supporters “maggots.’

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