The Diversity Con with Best-Selling Author Kent Heckenlively – #697

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Savage and best-selling author Kent Heckenlively expose the systemic cancer of DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion) which has poisoned universities and communities worldwide. Savage shares his personal struggle for academic opportunities due to affirmative action during his time at the University of California, Berkeley. Heckenlively exposes how these policies have been pervasive in corporate America for decades and have now moved into universities, creating a dangerous divide among people. They argue that DEI policies aim to separate people and create hatred, preventing them from recognizing their similarities and uniting against the real oppressors in society. Heckenlively expresses optimism that transparency and open discussions about these issues can help turn the tide against DEI policies and restore the pursuit of excellence in society. They discuss the resignation of Harvard President Claudine Gay and the quick fall of phony leaders along with the consequences of their actions. They emphasize the necessity of open dialogue and engaging with opposing viewpoints. They warn about the dangers of DEI and the destructive ideology behind targeting certain groups.Learn how George Soros and others fund foundations and manipulate the media.

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