Four days after Georgetown University Law Center reinstated Ilya Shapiro to become the new executive director of its Center for the Constitution, he submitted a resignation letter to the school saying he would be set up for discipline the “next time I transgress progressive orthodoxy.”

In late January, the day before Shapiro was set to start at Georgetown, he was placed on administrative leave due to what Shapiro referred to as an “inartful” tweet regarding President Joe Biden’s U.S. Supreme Court pick, Ketanji Brown Jackson—saying she would be a “lesser black woman.”