Going by experience, most likely not.
But the virtue signaling Prozis are certainly climbing up that hill as fast as they can:
ELKHART LAKE, Wis. (AP) — Lilly Diabetes has pulled its sponsorship of Conor Daly’s No. 6 car in the NASCAR Xfinity race at Road America, citing a racially insensitive remark made by the driver’s father in the 1980s that surfaced this week.
Yes, Conor Daly lost his sponsorship because of something his father said. Not something that he himself said.
And his father said it some thirty odd years ago which, for those who can do math above 10 without taking their shoes and socks off, was before Conor was even born. Indeed, he wasn’t even a glint in his da’s eyes yet.
How very Soviet of Lilly Diabetes.
Not only will you be punished for what you do in Prozi Amerika, you’ll also be punished for what your dad, granddad and, presumably, great-granddad did, said or thought. Ever.
P.S.: The expression that is so horrifyingly horrid that the article linked to (as well as almost any other article on the subject we could find) can’t even bring themselves to mention it (probably because the editors are worried about what might befall their great-great-great-great-grandchildren and everyone in between if they print it), is the old figure of speech “nigger in the woodpile.”
Conor’s dad used it, as an Irish immigrant freshly arrived who was the latest member of a race team, to humorously (remember humor?) suggest that if his team didn’t do well, he’d probably be the fall guy.
Which, of course, makes him Literally Worse than Hitler™ in these “enlightened” times. Him and any offspring of his unto the seventh generation.
With every passing day this country makes the Soviet Union look more and more positively libertarian by comparison.