Any article that begins with a "content warning" is immediately suspicious in my eyes. The first paragraph unfortunately confirmed my suspicions.
The social justice narrative describes a political-economic elite dominated by white males persecuting anybody who doesn’t fit into their culture, like blacks, women, and gays. The anti-social-justice narrative describes an intellectual-cultural elite dominated by social justice activists persecuting anybody who doesn’t fit into their culture, like men, theists, and conservatives. Both are relatively plausible; Congress and millionaires are 80% – 90% white; journalists and the Ivy League are 80% – 90% leftist.
The fact that most millionaires and senators are white doesn't prove that white men persecute anyone they don't like, or even that most whites are rich and powerful; so this isn't even an "apex fallacy", it's a non-sequitur. On the other hand, the preponderance of leftist ideologues in universities and the media would actually seem to support what he defines as the anti-social-justice narrative.