(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) America First Legal filed a lawsuit on behalf of a would-be medical student against six Texas medical schools for implementing sex and race preferences in their admissions processes and, therefore, discriminating against white men.
AFL filed a lawsuit against Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, the University of Texas at Austin, the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio and the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.
“Whites, Asians, and males bear the brunt of this egregious policy granting applicants with lesser academic credentials medical school admission over academically more qualified candidates on the basis of race and sex,” a press release for the lawsuit said, according to Breitbart.
“Universities and medical schools across America have been co-opted by woke ideologues pushing the divisive ‘equity’ agenda.”
AFL’s client, a white male, unsuccessfully applied to the defendant schools from 2021 to 2022. After that, the applicant requested open records “which revealed the race, sex, grade-point average, and MCAT score of every applicant in the 2021–2022 cycle.”
Those records revealed racism against white people because, according to the records, the universities favored black and brown applicants, even though their GPAs and MCAT scores were significantly lower than the same types of grades of white and Asian students.
The records also showed the same results with women.
According to AFL, the U.S. Department of Education turned a “blind eye” to the racism and sexism against white men in those universities.
AFL’s client said that he wants to reapply to the medical schools, but he doubts that he will be accepted because the leftist indoctrination centers simply don’t want him to get the degree because he is a white man.
“America First legal is leading the national crusade against illegal ‘equity’ policies that punish citizens based on sex or skin color. Decisions about who gets to be a doctor — with power over life and death — should be made based solely on merit,” AFL president Stephen Miller said.
“Following the science means nothing if it doesn’t mean making objective determinations based on results. When you or a loved one shows up in an emergency room all you care about is getting the best treatment possible — not whether the Hospital’s VP of Equity has fulfilled a quota,” Miller added.
“We are suing six medical schools for illegal racial discrimination: denying entry to qualified applicants solely because they are the ’wrong’ race.”