One conservative student recently defied cancel culture to win an important political victory on his campus.
Last semester, the University of Texas at Austin student government denied Sterling Mosley a university-wide representative position because he appeared on Fox News to defend the school’s song “The Eyes of Texas.”
But Mosley did not accept the result, especially after the student government had nominated him unanimously before news of his Fox interview broke. He decided to run for the seat as a candidate and he won.
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