cancel culture

"You guys are just canceling us," the MyPillow CEO reportedly told a Walmart executive.
The scene takes place at a bar that caters to "canceled" celebrities.
“Wouldn’t it be nice if people would not be rewarded for bad behavior?" asked Julia Wolov, one of five women who have accused the comedian of sexual misconduct.
Cancel culture is seemingly happening to everyone, every day, but what exactly is it? Dr Tina Sikka explains where cancel culture came from and what it means for society.
Russia's president lamented "cancel culture" during a televised diatribe against the world's condemnation of his Ukraine invasion.
"This right-wing cancel culture should be resoundingly condemned," the Senate majority leader said.
“We haven’t seen or heard of challenges like these probably in the last 40 years,” said Shirley Robinson, executive director of the Texas Library Association.
The Packers quarterback made his thoughts clear via his wardrobe and made questionable statements about COVID-19 during a radio show appearance.
"We have a strong belief that content on screen doesn’t directly translate to real-world harm," Ted Sarandos wrote in an email to staff.
Pete Hegseth was against cancel culture... until he was for it.