College President does the Unthinkable!

The College of William & Mary has a president, Taylor Reveley III, who is not intimidated by demands. When met with demands from a BLM group, he responded in a way that they found hard to understand. As a start to their college education, Mr. Reveley explained to then the difference between a request and a demand. He then made it very clear that he accepted NO demands. I don’t think they understood. Read this and see.

As Written By Hank Berrien for the Daily Wire:

Taylor Reveley III, the president of the College of William & Mary in Virginia, had no use for political correctness or mealy-mouthed words when a group of Black Lives Matter students issued demands to him, telling them, “I don’t deal in demands.”

The confrontation started when the students brought their demand to a livestreamed meeting. Reveley minced no words:

I don’t deal in demands. I don’t make demands of other people. I don’t expect to receive demands from people. I love to get suggestions, recommendations, strong arguments. … When you approach other people with a demand, instead of their ears opening and their spirit being unusually receptive,  you get defensive walls erected. So I think you all need to think about it.

One female student patronized, “The suggestion thing. Interesting point. But I’m going to disagree.”

Reveley countered, “That is the beauty of the …..

KEEP READING HERE:

College President Tells Black Lives Matter Students To Take A Hike | Daily Wire

 

 

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