American Medical Association Journal Removes Editor After Leftist Dogma of Systemic Racism is Questioned
Dr. Howard Bauchner has been removed from his job as editor of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) because a colleague doubted the legitimacy of the leftist religion of systemic racism.
“Structural racism is an unfortunate term,” said deputy editor Dr. Ed Livingston during a Feb. 24 podcast. “Personally, I think taking racism out of the conversation will help. Many people like myself are offended by the implication that we are somehow racist.”
After the digital lynch mob hit Dr. Livingston for expressing his honest opinion, he was immediately thrown under the bus by Dr. Bauchner.
“Comments made in the podcast were inaccurate, offensive, hurtful, and inconsistent with the standards of JAMA,” Dr. Bauchner said in a statement. “We are instituting changes that will address and prevent such failures from happening again.”
Even though he caved to the jackals, the mob eventually came for Dr. Bauchner too. He is currently under leave while Dr. Livingston was forced to resign.
Big League Politics has reported on how the marxist dogma of systemic racism is resulting in child abuse among the duped and cowardly masses:
“A disturbing TikTok video shows a white mother getting her kids to bow on their knees while saying “all hail black women.” It has now gone viral and the mother is receiving backlash from all sides.
The New York Post identifies the woman as Justine Champion. She originally posted the video on December 30, and in it she says that “black women are the reason Donald Trump is no longer gonna be our president.” A text overlay on the video reads: “Me teaching my white boys how to behave.”
Although Champion removed the video, many others have reposted it on Twitter and elsewhere.
Champion’s race idolatry and dubious claim that Trump lost the presidency because of black women was not well received, even by black women and woke leftist types. “I’m a woman of color and agreed,” commented one TikTok user on the original post. “But it’s annoying when people make these videos just for clout and not because they genuinely agreed.”
Responding to New York Times reporter Taylor Lorenz’s tweet of the video, Champion said that she took it down “after listening to some black women and their concerns.”
“Others want me to put it back up because they loved it. Either way I’m grateful they helped get rid of trump [sic],” she added.”