“Well played doctor.”
For Nina Lozano, a self-described “queer Latinx” professor and political activist, Tuesday was a day like any other on Twitter.
Amid the stream of angry far-left and feminist rhetoric issued from her account, she announced that she plans to organize a protest of Ben Shapiro’s upcoming speech at Loyola Marymount University, where she teaches communications. By giving a platform to the conservative pundit, she alleged, the university is supporting his “hate speech.”
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What Lozano could not have known was that Dr. Jordan B. Peterson, the near-mythic eradicator of progressive dogmas, was on rotation. More than a day later, the clinical psychologist unleashed his doctorate-grade understanding of the human psyche on the unsuspecting woman.
Peterson’s diagnosis of Lozano was concise but devastating. Based on her symptoms ― a “sanctimonious attitude” and “casual way with serious accusations” ― he concluded that she likely had no life skills other than “organizing protests” and “alerting media.”
As an LMU Professor, with your sanctimonious attitude and casual way with serious accusations, it's likely that organizing protests and alerting media constitutes your entire set of skills @DrNinaMReich @benshapiro https://t.co/tcSbvEkv04
— Jordan B Peterson (@jordanbpeterson) January 31, 2019
The comments sections erupted in cheers.
— Filip Radetzki (@filipradetzki) January 31, 2019
Men tipped their hats to the good doctor.
“Well played doctor,” said one young man.
Being so precise in one’s speech leads to some epic mic drops. Well played doctor!
— Troy Wolfe (@acidfloyd1) January 31, 2019
And women swooned at his eloquence, brutality, and justness.
? eloquent and rightfully brutal as always, Jordan!
— The Curious Mind (@Thetrut40717241) January 31, 2019
Despite her training and career as a communications professional and her status as a HuffPost commentator, Lozano was apparently left speechless.
In recent years, Peterson has risen from Canadian obscurity to international fame as a cultural commentator and self-help guru. Critics have accused him of unleashing dark reactionary forces. But his fans have hailed him as teller of illuminating truths.
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As Peterson’s hero, famed psychoanalyst Carl Jung, once said: “One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious.”
Young Americans for Freedom will host Shapiro at Loyola Marymount in Los Angeles on April 3, 2019.