Diversity is awesome. If you don’t believe that, you will be fired.
But sometimes diversity is really awesome. This is one of those times when the sheer awesomeness of diversity beggars belief and defies description. The amazing diversity cascade actually opens a portal into another, more diverse dimension, and leaves us all spellbound.
This is one of those times.
A top Democratic official in Alabama has said that one of his party’s U.S. senators in the state “is a racist” and accused him of marginalizing black party members and wanting them “to pick the cotton” but not “manage the plantation.”
The Democratic National Committee’s Black Caucus Vice Chairman Randy Kelley, who is black, blasted Doug Jones, who is white, and his allies in the DNC for pressuring African Americans to increase the representation of Hispanic, Asian, youth, gay, and disabled party members in a new “Diversity Caucus,” a move he argues would reduce the influence of black Democrats.
Doug Jones, if you’ll recall, was only elected because of a pedophilia smear campaign by the Washington Post and some Silicon Valley Masters of the Universe deciding to fake evidence that Jones’ opponent was backed by the Russians.
But uneasy hangs the head that wears the Russian-Pedophilia crown.
Joe Reed, vice chairman of minority affairs of the Alabama Democratic Party, who is black, said, “This is racism. This has nothing to do with anything else. And then they want us to bring in other groups and double or triple their vote.”
Intersectionality is almost as awesome as diversity.