James Damore Was Right: The Inconvenient Truth Behind The Google Memo

James Damore Was Right: The Inconvenient Truth Behind The Google Memo

“In my document, I committed heresy against the Google creed by stating that not all disparities between men and women that we see in the world are the result of discriminatory treatment.” – James Damore

For black liberals, it’s always that ugly period between slavery and the Civil Rights era when they’re horribly oppressed while to feminists, we’re always stuck in the bad old days when women couldn’t vote, were encouraged not to go to college, and were generally thought to belong in the kitchen when they weren’t making babies. In fact, a feminist who sees the world as it really is in 2017 no longer qualifies as a feminist in the eyes of most liberals.

……Which brings us to James Damore’s now notorious memo at Google.

Let me suggest something that’s incredibly controversial: for the most part, Damore was right. That’s something you’re not supposed to say because the Gods of Feminism demand that we all bow down to the false idea that men and women are all exactly equal in every way that benefits women and that any differences that don’t work to the benefit of women must be explained by discrimination.

Of course, before we explain what James Damore was right about, it’s important to note the things liberals FALSELY claim he said.

He didn’t say women should be paid less than men. He didn’t argue that there should be no diversity. He didn’t argue that women are biologically inferior. He didn’t, as Brooke Baldwin at CNN falsely claimed, say anything remotely like, “I don’t really like women anywhere near a computer.”

Liberals always seem to find it easier to lie about what someone says and then kick the stuffing out of the strawman than to deal with their real argument.

You can read the rest of the column at Townhall!

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