It’s not my job to educate you

a phrase used in response to an inquiry about a particular claim or take that’s often erroneous.  Unlike “Educate yourself”, the speaker of this phrase often provides no factual basis for their initial claim, placing the burden of proof on the individual seeking to learn more.  Quite simply, this phrase will be used when the speaker has nothing else to offer in a given conversation.

Ex. “White supremacy is found all across the world.  It’s not my job to educate you about particular examples of it.”

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