This reminds me of when I was at the University of Texas in the late 1970s and the Supreme Court decided in favor of Alan Bakke, a white student denied admission into law school in California because of lower-performing minority set-asides.
On one of the campus buildings, someone spray-painted the following in large letters that, to me, spoke volumes about Affirmative Action. The graffiti said:
“SMASH BAKKE DESISION”
That was the actual lettering, not my typo. Yep, people who could not spell the word “decision” felt it necessary to claim minorities deserved special access to law school.