agkagk wrote:ReggieSlater wrote:Neutral 123 wrote:LMAO Jemelle Hill? She's like the queen of the leftist cancel cult. You'd need photos of her in bed with Trump to get her cancelled.
Or, there is no agency behind cancel culture and it's just a series of corporate decisions that aren't linked at all. We link them based on our own confirmation bias because it seems intuitive that they are linked. That they illustrate a progressive movement or a growing trend. Are these new things though? Do you think there is a period of time where a parent company like Disney would not have dismissed Paul Pierce for similar transgressions? Are Paul Pierces alleged transgressions related to other people who were fired from their businesses? Are any of those people who were fired at all related to each other by anything other than allegations of socially engineered conspiracies?
In the 60’es the president of the United States was celebrated for openly cheating on his wife with Marilyn Monroe.
I have older family that has started and built large white collar companies from the ground up.
Fun fact; the show mad men underplays how debaucherous the corporate world was. 80es and early could straight up border on drug induced orgy.
Disney in particular has more then a few skeletons, mistresses, dead bodies and prostitutes in its closet — it’s not like these stories are hard to find.
I honestly think your just talking for your own reflection and mistaking your opinion for all knowing fact without any real knowledge or experience to back it up.
I'm illustrating what can and can't be known, and how people mistake the two. I'm not making any judgements of Paul Pierce or the media, others are. I'm leading you to the only conclusion that can be made given the evidence. This might cause some dissonance for some people as many seem to have already been led to a conclusion based on poor or false evidence. What you do with this information is up to you. I don't really care. Pretty sure this puppy is going to be locked pretty soon anyway.