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I can see by what you carry that you come from Bari-town


Georgetown ultimately chose not to fire Ilya Shapiro for saying that a Black woman being chosen for the Supreme Court must inherently be a “lesser” candidate. The downside of this is that if you don’t get “cancelled” you will actually have to do work in exchange for getting paid rather than the much easier money on the Accidentally (;) Like A Martyr Cancel Culture Lecture and Substack Circuit. So, following in the footsteps of the queen herself and countless Intellectual Horse Paste Web followers, the next move is obvious:

After a four-month investigation into a tweet, the Georgetown University Law Center reinstated me last Thursday. But after full consideration of the report I received later that afternoon from the Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity and Affirmative Action, or IDEAA, and on consultation with counsel and trusted advisers, I concluded that remaining in my job was untenable.

“Cancel culture” is when you can voluntarily quit your job for a more lucrative no-work grift somewhere else and are given immediate access to the most widely-read newspaper in the country to whine about how you’ve been cancelled (even if to be all technical about it you self-cancelled.) The free market is being fired because you she up for work 5 minutes after your shift starts because the bus was late.

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