Will the useless skulls full of mush who have been disrupting college campuses with their Black Lives Matter B.S. be able to adjust to the workplace after they graduate? Maybe it will be an opportunity for them to move on to bigger things. It may be fun to depose college presidents on a whim, but as a cursory glance at the careers of Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson confirms, that’s not where the money is. Bleats a moonbat:
The next context within which these students will confront racism is apt to be the professional workplace. Some of the critiques students raise about their environments at predominantly white colleges and universities will likely reverberate in corporate, almost always predominantly white companies. There, they may well experience much of the same racial stereotyping, isolation and lack of regard for racial issues. …
If employers welcome them, these young workers could prove to be valuable partners in the effort to establish the racial diversity and tolerance that still elude America’s largest companies.
Remember the video of BLM fascists storming through the Dartmouth library, refusing to let white students study, screaming in their faces that they are racists? That will be the workplace after these people are handed their taxpayer-subsidized and largely meaningless degrees. They have not been learning any skills other than how to get their way by being obnoxiously aggrieved.
When they get fired, the lucrative lawsuits will begin, obviating the need to work some tedious job anyway. Or maybe they will mau-mau corporations into granting them race-based, work-free sinecures.
On a tip from Jester.