The article shows how one precious dill led an attack on a novel by selecting particular un-PC lines, and completely ignoring the bigger picture - that the novel is about a character recognising and coming out of intolerance. But gullible followers of said dill use social media to join in the attack without even reading the book and understanding they are being mislead. I like the way one agent comments:
“None of us are willing to comment publicly for fear of being targeted and labeled racist or bigoted. But if children’s-book publishing is no longer allowed to feature an unlikable character, who grows as a person over the course of the story, then we’re going to have a pretty boring business.”
This is an area ripe and overdue for ridicule and satire, is it not? But have the PC Left enough power to even prevent that? I doubt it.
One thing I do know - you don't cure the madness of lefty, over precious social media crowds via a counter attack by mad, more than happy to offend, alt.right social media crowds. If anything, that surely is counterproductive. There is something very poisonous and corrosive about social media campaigning, no matter which side it is coming from. Social scientists will be studying this for many years yet, I bet.