CC Antya 3.205

“tomā-sabāra doṣa nāhi, ei ajña brāhmaṇa
tāra doṣa nāhi, tāra tarka-niṣṭha mana
Word for word: 
tomā-sabāra — of all of you; doṣa — fault; nāhi — there is not; ei — this; ajña — ignorant; brāhmaṇa — so-called brāhmaṇa; tāra doṣa nāhi — he is also not at fault; tāra — his; tarka-niṣṭha — accustomed to speculation; mana — mind.
Translation: 
“None of you are at fault,” he said. “Indeed, even this ignorant so-called brāhmaṇa is not at fault, for he is accustomed to dry speculation and logic.