You can’t make this shit up.
The op-ed, written by a senior currently attending George Washington University, is 800 or so words of the usual-usual, shockingly ignorant moral preening we’ve come to expect from the Woke McCarthyites. So let me sum it up: This university is racist, and George Washington was racist, and while I didn’t find this offensive enough to pass up attending school here, harrumph, harrumph, harrumph, half-truth, half-truth, half-truth, I’m so virtuous, I’m so virtuous, I’m so virtuous…
This crybaby loon also wants Winston Churchill blacklisted from the campus:
The controversial Winston Churchill Library must go. The university’s contentious colonial moniker must go. Even the university’s name, mascot and motto — “Hail Thee George Washington”– must be replaced. The hypocrisy of GW in not addressing these issues is an example of how Black voices and Black grievances go ignored and highlights the importance of strong Black leadership.
He’s even upset over pure nonsense like this:
No African languages are taught at the university, and calls for reforms are often ignored.
Why would a university teach African languages? College is about preparing you for the future. I cannot think of a single African language that is a common language.
So, yeah, just more blah-blah from another childish woketard narcissist…
What is notable is the Washington Post running an op-ed that trashes something named after the Father of our Country — you know, like the Washington Post.
The arrogance of the Post knows no bounds. Publishing this editorial is just another troll from the Post, a way for the Post to stick its finger in the eye of its critics by relishing the hypocritical double standards the former newspaper now lives by.
My primary takeaway from this op-ed is that if the author represents the kind of imbecilic, non-thinkers produced at George Washington University, there should definitely be a name change over there. But it’s the word “university” that should change because that university isn’t teaching anyone anything.