In case you missed it, late last month:

The Association for Library Services to Children (ALSC) decided on June 23 to strip Laura Ingalls Wilder’s name from an award established in 1954 to honor “the lasting contribution which [her] books have made to literature for children.” The telegram Wilder received on her 87th birthday informing her of the award continued, “In future years the award will be made in your name and be called the Laura Ingalls Wilder Award.” Overturning 65 years of honoring the most significant legacies in children’s literature with an award named for Wilder, the current ALSC noted “anti-Native and anti-Black sentiments in her work” when it called for a review of the award in February 2018. The decision this week followed that review process. “This decision was made in consideration of the fact that Wilder’s legacy, as represented by her body of work, includes expressions of stereotypical attitudes inconsistent with ALSC’s core values of inclusiveness, integrity and respect, and responsiveness,” according to the statement on the organization’s website.

William Shatner is among those who find the ALSC’s decision utterly ridiculous.

Good point. And as he tweeted yesterday:

He also pointed this out:

Which rubbed this tweeter the wrong way:

But Shatner had no interest in going on a guilt trip, thank you very much:

That didn’t stop this woman from trying to send him on one:

Little did she know … she’d made a HUGE mistake:

Daaaaang. Even in space, you could hear that mic drop!

Yeah you do.

And he’s still melting trollish snowflakes like a boss. Check his timeline for more.

Nailed it.