The Cautionary Tale of Jerry Falwell Jr. - 2019-10-21

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F169.png The Cautionary Tale of Jerry Falwell Jr. October 21, 2019, Mark Galli, Christianity Today

"Everybody is scared for their life. Everybody walks around in fear," said a current university employee who agreed to speak for this article only after purchasing a burner phone, fearing that Falwell was monitoring their communications…. "Fear is probably his most powerful weapon," a former senior university official said.

Politico also reported that many Falwell confidants are concerned that tuition money is going "into university-funded construction and real estate projects that enrich the Falwell family and their friends," going on to detail a number of examples.

Days later, further glimpses of Falwell's leadership character emerged when Reuters quoted leaked emails in which he called some students "social misfits," called the school's police chief a "half-wit and easy to manipulate," and said students trying to avoid Liberty parking fees were egg-sucking "dogs."

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