Coveted ‘Systemic Racism’ Scholar Fired For Falsifying Research

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A Florida State University professor, whose work was used to prove “systemic racism” is infecting American society, was fired for falsifying data on his academic research, according to The Federalist

Eric Stewart, a former criminology professor, allegedly undertook “extreme negligence” in his research and produced a litany of false reports in his nearly 20 years of work. Stewart reportedly had six major studies fully retracted, including a 2019 study claiming that the historical legacy of lynchings “made whites perceive blacks as criminals and that the problem was worse among conservatives.”

Anyone who isn’t a biased jerk could have pieced together that this dude was not doing good work, but I’m glad he’s no longer instructing impressionable college students.

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