The “believe all women” mantra, unceremoniously abandoned by the Left after their presidential nominee was accused of sexual assault (a purely coincidental chain of events, to be sure), has now been resurrected and repurposed. Instead of believing all women regardless of evidence, we are now meant to believe all claims of racism regardless of evidence. An article published in The Wall Street Journal this week drives the point home.
Titled, “What Does Being an Ally Look Like? Companies Offer Training in Support of Black Colleagues,” the piece is a lengthy tutorial on how to be white in the modern workplace. Among other things, white people are supposed to be “sounding boards” for their minority coworkers. Also, whites must not “refer to their black co-workers as being ‘too loud,’ or ‘aggressive’ or their appearance doesn’t fit within their personal acceptable standards.” This would be a “micro-aggression,” we are told. But the main point, according to consultant Wilda White, is this: “If a Black person tells you that they’re feeling something is racist, just believe them.”
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