"Americans revel in their victimhood...Even if they were not fortunate enough to experience real abuse as a child...many Americans reconstruct the past in especially negative ways...they exaggerate childhood disappointments to…
Shortly after George Floyd’s death, a student of UCLA’s Management 127 class e-mailed their professor, Gordon Klein, requesting special consideration be given to black students in the class. The special consideration includes “no-harm” grading on the final exam. The e-mail also asked for shorter exams and extended deadlines for black students who attended the George Floyd protests.
Cancel culture has gone into overdrive in 2020. After the death of George Floyd, the rate of public outcries and boycotts has increased dramatically. This has led to a number of resignations, firings, and apologies from individuals and businesses alike. The below list captures just a fraction of these incidents. If you are a reasonable person, you will find many instances on this list infuriating. This is because the “crimes” committed is simply acting or speaking (knowingly or not) against the far-left ideology.
As new incidents come to light, this list will be updated.