'This is about power': Cabot Phillips on 'cancel culture' in education
- Campus Reform Editor-in-Chief Cabot Phillips took on "cancel culture."
- On Fox & Friends, Phillips warned Americans of the "revisionist history" taking place in America's classrooms.
Campus Reform Editor-in-Chief Cabot Phillips recently joined Fox and Friends to discuss the implementation of revisionist history in schools, and how "cancel culture" prevents many from speaking out against it.
Touching first on the long term impact of cancel culture, Phillips said “The ultimate goal is power and controlling completely the narrative that’s being taught on campus. Cancel culture is simply a means of achieving that power. They know if they can compel anyone into silence by threatening them and by name-calling, they can get what they want because there won’t be substantive debates taking place.”