What is absolutely amazing is listening to the latest episode of the Canon, which was recorded right before these tweets.
And they were reviewing "A Face In the Crowd" - and Faraci talks about how nowadays, one could get off a plane to discover that he/she has been publicly shamed and that their life is over.
I think his public apology is about as good as one can do with a mere tweet, although I don't think just tweeting about it is enough.
Maybe I'm a Faraci apologist - I don't follow him on Twitter - but I've seen real growth in civility from him on the Canon podcast over the past year. And I have recognized that some of the traits of his that I find ugly, I also have been guilty of doing.