What trust?

“When S&S chose to sign Mike Pence, we broke the public’s trust in our editorial process, and blatantly contradicted previous public claims in support of Black and other lives made vulnerable by structural oppression,” it said.

Rather up themselves, aren’t they?

8 thoughts on “What trust?”

  1. I hope the campaigners have been told that the company will fold if they stop it publishing books that people want to buy. Get woke go broke. No doubt Lefty Central and all the useful idiots are applauding

  2. Lol. “Book deals” are Yankanese for money laundering bribes to politicians. In this case for services rendered in ratifying the fraudulent 2020 election. See also “speaking fees”

    There’s not a multi-million dollar market for the thoughts of Mike “30 Pieces” Pence, who is now thoroughly hated by both conservatives and lunatics. It’s just graft.

  3. Bloke in North Dorset

    I hope the campaigners have been told that the company will fold if they stop it publishing books that people want to buy.

    I hope they haven’t. The schadenfreude will be all the more pleasurable when seeing the shock on their faces and they can also be asked what they thought would happen. That’s >> than “I told you so”.

  4. I did like the Guardian’s argument that because they’d already cancelled a book by one Republican, they should not argue that freedom of speech meant it was immoral to cancel another.

  5. Spot on Steve.

    Hence the US Border Patrol is giving newly arrived migrants copies of Kamala Heels-Up Harris’s book.

  6. One in seven of S&S employees signed: the other six did not despite the pressure put on them by leftist activists.

  7. As “well-researched” as I’m sure this story about Trump’s administration being “racist” is, it’s odd that the phrase “Opportunity Zones” is not mentioned even once throughout.

    I wonder why that is…

    Anyway, let me know when we reach 451 degrees.

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