As suspension for ‘racist’ tweet reaches 100-day mark, Ilya Shapiro refuses to be silenced

Nathan Biller
The College Fix

Excerpt: Georgetown University has not set an end date for its investigation into a professor canceled for a comment he made about then-Supreme Court Justice nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson. Ilya Shapiro has now been on administrative leave for more than 100 days.

He told The College Fix that pending the end of his administrative leave, he will continue “writing, speaking, filing briefs, and otherwise engaging in public discourse in my personal capacity on my areas of expertise, including constitutional law, the Supreme Court, and the importance of free speech and civil discourse.”