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AOC tweets about 'cancel culture' after J.K. Rowling and other celebs complain about being 'cancelled.'

AOC tweets about 'cancel culture' after J.K. Rowling and other celebs complain about being 'cancelled.'

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The past few weeks have been full of discussion about "cancel culture," what it means, whether it truly exists, and how we should move forward in a productive and just way.

On the Fourth of July, Trump gave a speech comparing cancel culture to "totalitarianism," going on to warn that people on the political Left were using cancel culture as a weapon of intimidation.

Then, on Tuesday, more than 150 writers, celebrities, and academics signed a letter opposing "cancel culture."

The letter was published in Harpers Magazine, includes signatures from big names such as J.K. Rowling, Noam Chomsky, Margaret Atwood and Salman Rushdie, and opposes a "a vogue for public shaming and ostracism."

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