ACB’s sorority shows inclusion by apologizing for congratulating her

Only women who support killing babies are capable of accomplishing things which should be acknowledged in society.

This week, Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed as an associate justice of the Supreme Court.

In the lead-up to Barrett’s confirmation, Kappa Delta – ACB’s college sorority – congratulated their famous alumna on her nomination with a Tweet which said: “KD alumna Amy Coney Barrett was nominated to serve on the Supreme Court. While we do not take a stand on political appointments, we recognize Judge Coney Barrett’s significant accomplishment. We acknowledge our members have a variety of views and a right to their own beliefs.

Reasonable. Trying to tiptoe around the politics. They faced a backlash from pro-choice members who could not believe the sorority would acknowledge a monumental accomplishment of a famous member. As many organizations do when facing pushback, KD folded.

Where’s the apology for their sisters who approved of the post? The post says that they “began an intentional journey for the betterment of our organization, with a focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion.”

How is it inclusive to post about a historical moment and then apologize for that acknowledgement when some people get offended? Inclusion only goes one way. It’s inclusive when it includes a progressive viewpoint. But other views are not welcomed at the table of inclusivity. The KD statement went on to say that they’ve been working on “recognizing we always need to have a more diverse group.” And the solution is to ignore a position shared by a large swath of their members in the name of bowing to the outrage mob?

Again, Kappa Delta was not endorsing ACB. But even acknowledging her ascendancy onto the nation’s highest court is forbidden.

This isn’t the only such example .

The Girl Scouts also had the audacity to acknowledge the fifth woman in U.S. history being confirmed to the Supreme Court. Once again, the outrage mob responded.

The Girl Scouts quickly backtracked and Tweeted: “Earlier today, we shared a post highlighting the five women who have been appointed to the Supreme Court. It was quickly viewed as a political and partisan statement which was not our intent and we have removed the post.”


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