Ah, so you not even remotely consistent with your definition of the the term. Noted
How is that not consistent?
Ollie Robinson was fired for tweets that resurfaced from nine years ago where he expressed anti-Muslim and anti-Asian sentiments.
Daniel Elder was fired (after refusing to sign a pre-written statement of apology) for criticizing BLM.
Gina Carrano was fired for comparing American conservatives to Jews in Nazi Germany.
People attempted to cancel Rowling for her "transphobic" letter by staff refusing to publish The Ickabog.
Not my example, but Marc Lamont Hill was fired for using "from the river to the sea" in a UN speech.
If you want an actual definition of "cancelled," while it's nebulous, I'd broadly define it as "being removed from a position and/or being denied access to a position due to the expression of socio-political views." Everyone I listed above would fit that definition with the exception of Rowling, who wasn't fired (likely because she was "too big to cancel," to use the phrase).