Fauxcahantas in Spaaace!!1!

     Demonstrating how O’Sullivan’s First Law (or Conquest’s Second Law), that every organization that is not explicitly right-wing, becomes left-wing over time, is so very true, the Science Fiction publisher Tor—hand in hand with the World Science Fiction Convention and Hugo Awards—has decided to celebrate the intransigence of and old pasty White person, who pretends to be an Indian (feather, not dot), by putting together an anthology based on Sen. Mitch McConnell’s response to her: “Nevertheless, she persisted“.

“Three short lines, fired over social media in response to questions of why Senator Elizabeth Warren was silenced on the floor of the United States Senate on February 7th, 2017, for daring to read aloud the words of Coretta Scott King. As this message was transmitted across the globe, it has become a galvanizing cry for people of all genders in recognition of the struggles that women have faced throughout history. To me, it is also serves as a reminder of the cyberpunk nature of our everyday lives, as technology can weave our hearts and minds in unity toward a greater cause.”

     They were also, unsurprisingly, motivated by the Communist related “International Women’s Day”, which led a convicted terrorist to declare a laughable and ineffectual #DayWithoutAWoman on the same day…

     Unsurprisingly, Tor.com doesn’t say anything about a Vietnamese refugee who spoke out against a man—”Commie Tommy” Hayden—who supported the regime that tortured her relatives and drove her family to flee half-way around the world.

     Funny that…

     Certain awards and publishers have gone from being seals of approval to warning signs to keep far, far away…

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