There isn't even a point in speculating about this. This would be like asking if the GOP would suddenly accept Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer into the party. CG's audience would simply leave and any audience member for those other people wouldn't come. They'd both be dead in the water assuming fans honestly thought either group was breaking bread.I have what might be considered a tangential question, but addresses the all-consuming issue of who does (and doesn't) get into the CG "family".
What would happen if, say, Mags, Kwanza, Gail Simone, Ron Marz, or any one of the small army of SJWs currently running rampant wanted to publish something independent (for whatever reason), but knew that their name alone wouldn't cut it and asked if they could do so under the CG banner?
You might ask, "Well, what's in the book? Is it absent of SJW pandering?" What if it miraculously was just a straight-line, agenda-less title? I realize in Kwanza's case that's next to impossible, but if it was genuinely SJW free and (gasp!) told a story which would appeal to CG readers, what then?
And what about the worst-case scenario - the book was chock-full of SJW pandering, but he (or she) insisted on riding on CG's coattails, anyway? How would that be denounced (apart from the usual Tug, Quartering, or YF YouTube video)?