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DEI Academic Scandals (January 5th)

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In the past year we have covered the evil of DEI and how it has infected all levels of academia and corporate governance. The resignation this week of Harvard President Claudine Gay has shined a new light on DEI, the lies it spreads, the money it steals, and the damage that it does to a society.


This morning, freshman Senator JD Vance of Ohio, who by the way was endorsed and supported by President Trump and is true MAGA, posted this to X and it is worth sharing, because there is no way I nor anybody else can say it better. Senator Vance wrote and I quote...


The most important point about Claudine Gay's plagiarism isn't that she was forced to resign, but that she had the job--the most prestigious job in higher education--after an extremely thin record of accomplishment. Claudine Gay has never published an article--even a plagiarized one--that really mattered, or significantly advanced scholarship. She got her job not through merit, but because she checked a box. In this, she is not an outlier, but a representative of a system of education that rewards mediocrity. 


Our entire elite is like this. People who got their jobs because they checked boxes, not because they achieved something amazing or accomplished something meaningful.  That is now the purpose of our elite universities, to give credentials that signal fake merit rather than rely on real excellence. 


This is why you should mock the public health experts who want you to mask toddlers in their schools to stop the spread of a respiratory virus. These public health experts are not smart or accomplished, they have a credential from an institution that cares more about box checking than merit. 


This is why you should ignore the economists who tell you that mass migration raises the wages of the working class or has no effect on housing prices, even though I've heard from multiple corporate leaders that they want more immigration in order to pay their workers lower wages. These economists are not smart or accomplished, they have a credential from an institution that cares more about box checking than merit.


This is why you should laugh at the foreign policy experts who will tell you that we should allow east Asia to make all of our steel, phones, and pharmaceuticals, while sending all of our weapons to a war in Eastern Europe that has little to do with our core national interests. These foreign policy experts are not smart or accomplished, they have a credential from an institution that cares more about box checking than merit.


This is why you should scorn the attorneys who tell you that Donald Trump committed "insurrection" and should be thrown off the ballot. They have no special legal knowledge. They are political hacks pretending to be lawyers, and they are not smart or accomplished, they have a credential from an institution that cares more about box checking than merit. 


This is why you should question the doctors who tell you to prescribe experimental pharmaceuticals to gender-confused children. These doctors are not smart or accomplished, they have a credential from an institution that cares more about box checking than merit. Close quote.


The real story of Harvard is not Claudine Gay's resignation, but this:


We are ruled by thousands of people who are just as mediocre. Their power relies on tax advantages from the federal government, a DEI bureaucracy backed by Biden's Department of Justice, a Marxist sympathizing media that is the propaganda arm of the democrat party and leftist causes, and the implicit consent of millions of ignorant Americans. 


So I say let's withdraw that consent, and all the power and favors that come along with it, and come November 5, check the correct box, the one marked Donald J. Trump for President, and let's take America back from its current malaise of mediocrity and get back to being about the pursuit of achievement and excellence, and the undisputed, unwavering, leader of the free world.

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