The Weekly Roundup: Big-league liberal bigotry
- The headlines we were tempted to run, and the commentary we couldn’t
Monday 9 January
But words mean so little when they and their extra $200,000 can march all the way to the bank.
What was that President Obama once said about punishing one’s enemies?
Will this tactic guarantee 2020 victory for the left?
Tuesday 10 January
Nothing says “pointlessness” like protesting an inauguration.
Nothing says fighting bigotry like doxing college students.
How about “Social Justice Weak” to represent the concept’s intellectual insipidity?
Ah, but he’s neglecting his Kant. Charity is an imperfect duty.
Change the “laboratories” to “lavatories” and remove the “anti” and you might have an appropriate description of regressive universities’ role in America.
Wednesday 11 January
Why? Because it wasn’t verbal?
Poor librarians...Apparently they’re so racist that the only way they can assuage their guilt is by serving as drones for liberal causes.
Okay, but telling them NOT to wear pants is a whole different kind of transgression. So where do we go from here?
This hasn’t been done before...
Didn’t your mother ever tell you to not talk to strangers?
The Devil has donned his parka.
Thursday 12 January
Here’s a fun exercise when browsing SJW literature: replace “straight white men” with “Jews” and any purportedly “marginalized” group with “Germans.” Does it look as innocuous and acceptable now?
Even losers deserve to celebrate.
It might have something to do with the disparity between the incentives to obtain federal funding versus appeasing crybullies.
Yes, because punishing whistleblowers won’t backfire.
Excellent; we look forward to it with anticipation. The first round of protests only led to a discussion of how sheltering illegal immigrants could jeopardize schools’ federal funding.
But what if someone has truly bad taste in curtains, or even hairstyles? Are we to just silently judge them while allowing them to perpetuate their folly indefinitely?
Friday 13 January
The funny thing is, we didn’t even mention a specific article. We just said “BuzzFeed article” and they launched into harangues.
Coming soon: “Prof goes into hiding as progressive colleagues bay for blood”
Perhaps money can’t buy you love, but sometimes controversy can buy you money.
That’s like vowing to give up exercise for Lent.
Ooh, that’s clever (well, it’s technically a pun, anyhow). Did they have to hold a workshop to come up with that one?
They misspelled “boring and irrelevant.”
Seriously! Who has time to wait for automatic doors to open, only to then drown under the immense water pressure in the sinks without even the benefit of a tampon to help absorb the excess moisture?
How many field trip to Vineyard Vines can they possible take?
Who knew that librarians were such a sarcastic, bigoted bunch?