DEI Dies: Unpacking the Fallout of the Supreme Court’s Landmark Ruling


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The Supreme Court just lowered the bar for proving racial and sexual discrimination in the workplace

You no longer need to prove “significant harm” from workplace discrimination, just “some harm”

If you’re a straight, white male that’s passed over for a promotion b/c of your skin color, gender, or sexuality, you can now sue your employer and make millions

Translation: DEI was just dealt its final death blow

It will take time for anti-white discrimination lawsuits to make their way through the courts, but companies will now be punished with billions of dollars in litigation costs and settlements to be “woke”

Goodbye racist, sexist DEI

You will not be missed:

In a landmark 9-0 ruling on Wednesday that you will never hear about in the media, the US Supreme Court has undercut all DEI-based discrimination, sending the Marxists into a tizzy.

The US Supreme Court’s ruling that a St. Louis police sergeant can sue over a job transfer she claims was discriminatory lays the foundation for legal action against employers who push discrimination against white people in job hiring, work assignment and promotion. That’s right, those “diversity-preferred” job postings, the practice of passing over whites for promotions, discriminatory job transfers, pushing unfair diversity trainings, etc…all of these are now legally actionable.

The ruling was championed by human rights groups as “an enormous win for workers,” but has lawyers for companies like Disney warning that it could have a chilling effect on employers’ diversity initiatives.

Disney’s “Pale and Male is Stale” policy is a prime example. Disney has allegedly used it to drive out white animators by giving them the worst assignments, even though they them have the most experience, skill, and seniority, in order to make the job humiliating enough that they quit…which many of them have done.

The same companies argue that there is ‘good discrimination’ and “bad discrimination’, that white people should be purposely disadvantaged to pave the way for diversity. The lawyers stated that the decision will ‘complicate’ DEI programs and limit their ability to discriminate against white men.

The Supreme Court torpedoed these claims, re-asserting that everyone is equal in the eyes of the law. Further, the court has established a relatively ‘low standard’ for bringing discrimination cases. The victim need not suffer ‘actual harm’. An employee only must show “some harm” under the terms of their employment, AND that harm need not be “material,” “substantial” or “serious.” The decision makes it much easier for workers to sue over discriminatory practices.

This is a big win for equality!

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This just after joe sued Sheetz (?) stores for refusing to hire convicted felons to work on their own in their convenience stores! (I mean, what could go wrong?)
joe just keeps losing and losing.

Joe hires luggage thieves…so. Why not put him into luggage handling at an airport?

Does this means that we do not have to allow greggie to make comments since DEI is no longer allowed.

DEI should Die

Nobody benefits but lawyers.

Well could be hospital patients, anyone on a plane, you can have a DEI lawyer, I’ll take the old white dude.

Every time leftist woke bullshit is stricken down, the American people benefit.