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A new day brings with it another hot take op-ed published by the Washington Post:

Here’s a sampling of the article, written by a George Washington University senior:

These problems are rooted in systemic racism, institutional inequality and white supremacy. There are at least four ways the university could achieve progress: Decolonized university curriculum, increased Black enrollment, the renaming of the university and the selection of an African American President.
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It’s time to fully dissociate with problematic patterns of indifference to racial injustice. An African American president faithful to the vision of the many Black forefathers and forewomen who fought and died for the great ideas of universal freedom, would be a step toward a new university chapter. A new name would cement the university’s dedication to racial justice and affirm its commitment to change. It’s time to take action.

The WaPo couldn’t have made this one any easier:

That particular hot take was so scorching that it set fire to the paper that published it!

No, it sure hasn’t.

Greta Van Susteren noticed that of course it didn’t stop with Washington:

We couldn’t possibly be less shocked.

That’s becoming increasingly clear by the day.

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