Georgetown Law professor targeted by cancel culture resigns just days just after being reinstated

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Just days after being reinstated as a law professor at Georgetown University, Ilya Shapiro announced his resignation in a scorching letter on Monday.

Shapiro was previously placed on administrative leave following an attack campaign led by students that called for his firing for saying that the nominees to the US Supreme Court should be those who possess the utmost qualifications in their field, regardless of their racial or gender identity.

“Although I scored a technical victory last week and was reinstated, @GeorgetownLaw and its diversicrats created a hostile work environment that made my remaining on the job untenable,” Ilya Shapiro said on Twitter.

Shapiro attached his lengthy letter of resignation which stated that Georgetown’s Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity, and Affirmative Action (IDEAA), “no longer stands for tolerance, respect, good faith, self-reflective learning, and generous service to others.”

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