Left-Wing Billionaire has Sudden Change of Heart on DEI – Admits He was Ignorant

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) has infected many of the once great institutions across America and they’re now merely shells of what they once were because of it.

Take Harvard’s last president Claudine Gay, for example. The professor turned college president was accused of over 100 plagiarism incidents, which is what she was finally ousted over, not her refusal to denounce antisemitism or Jewish hate on her campus.

After being exposed as a complete fraud who was so unfit for the role that she had to plagiarize several writings just to land the gig, some leftists have finally realized – maybe DEI isn’t such a good idea after all!

Not least among them is billionaire hedge fund manager Bill Ackman, a Harvard alum who has now declared WAR on DEI.

 

Detailing his sudden “awakening” about DEI, Ackman admits that the situation with Gay taught him how ignorant he’s been to this woke nonsense all along.

He goes on to expose how DEI is not about diversity as he had naively believed, but rather about enabling the education system and other powerful American institutions to be racist against White people.

Bill Ackman, with his massive war chest of funds, has promised to dismantle DEI once and for all and if anybody can accomplish this feat, it’s definitely an activist investor like him!

Watch the video here to see why he might actually get it done!


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