Grievance Researchers James Lindsay et al. successfully published several instances of professedly falsified junk-science in several pseudo-scientific, yet “academic,” journals — including one “study” published by a feminist academic journal, where the researchers simply quoted from Hitler’s Mein Kampf, and changing “Jews” to “white men” (note the use of the worship of anti-Hitler mythology as a supposedly self-evident controlling principle). Elsewhere, cultural studies pioneers had already published troll research on the “deconstruction of Postmodern Gravity.” The troll then mocked the publication, and the publisher responded, with a hilarious lack of self-awareness, by calling the troll “ill-read and half-educated”–even as the publisher had considered the “ill-read and half-educated” troll to be entirely publication-worthy, when the troll told the pallid publisher what they wanted to hear.
By the actual data drawn from the results of successfully publishing such junk data, research teams demonstrate, in academia, that which is perfect obvious in politics: many fools in the modern era have regressed from needing to be lied to — to wanting to be lied to.
Meanwhile, the mid-term elections of 2018 demonstrated that same vapid venality: every leftists that failed had failed, according to their teammates, because of their identity; and every lefists that succeeded had succeeded because of their identity. Moreover, all that the rightists essentially offered was the ultimate in identity politics: that they were not leftists.
Follow are a few snippets of highlights from the mid-term fiasco of foolishness:
 James A. Lindsay, et al., Hoaxers slip “Breastaurants” and “Dog-Park [rape-culture]” into journals (New York Times, 2018)
 Janny Scott, Postmodern gravity deconstructed slyly (New York Times, 1996).