‘Diversity Bridge is falling down, my fair lady’

Even after the disaster, FIU’s president, Mark Rosenberg, defended the project, claiming that at least they were trying to “build a bridge, not a wall.” Yes, a f***ing pedestrian bridge is now a symbol of anti-Trump “resistance.” In a perfect world, the fact that Rosenberg tried to excuse the death of six people by saying, “Hey, at least your loved ones were crushed by something that is symbolically anti-Trump” would lead to his immediate dismissal. In our imperfect world, however, it will probably lead to him having his own show on MSNBC.

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There may, in fact, be absolutely no connection between the tragic end of Diversity Bridge and the miscalculations of any incompetent “diversity hire.” But because of the left’s unmerciful and inflexible “diversity or die” crusade, Florida International University and Munilla Construction Management felt the need to present the bridge as the product of “diversity.” They couldn’t just say, “Hey, look at this cool bridge we built.” They had to add, “And diversity dunnit.” Because, to the left, that’s all that matters. Not the quality of the work, but the gender and color of the workers.

David Cole, Diversity Bridge Is Falling Down, My Fair Lady (Taki’s Magazine)

 

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