Mark Cuban–the left’s strongest weapon

Mark Cuban and Elon Musk have recently gotten into a spat over DEI.

Cuban, who recently sold a majority interest in the Dallas Mavericks but retained operational control of the team, countered Musk’s viewpoint with a series of tweets emphasizing the advantages of DEI programs.

“Good businesses look where others don’t, to find the employees that will put your business in the best possible position to succeed,” Cuban asserted. “By extending our hiring search to include them, we can find people that are more qualified. The loss of DEI-Phobic companies is my gain.

Mark Cuban is an unusually effective advocate for the left, if only he could debate better. This is because he is an objectively and outwardly successful and good-looking guy who defies the stereotype of the loser or obese woke-leftist. If the left were smart they would recruit more businessmen and fewer academics for their cause, and get them on Twitter instead of at Davos. Silicon Valley tech people, contrary to always being blue, are surprisingly taciturn or dissembling about politics overall, compared to the outspoken Texan Mark Cuban. As I have said many times, the left’s biggest weakness is poor coordination and strategy, which gives an opening for the right, who are better at coordination even if they have less control over cultural institutions. Instead of a grand conspiracy to take over the world, the left are more motivated by monetary gain and status-seeking at an individual level.