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Harvard students are supposed to be smart right?
It looks like they’re more brainwashed than anything.
A petition started by Harvard students is aiming to revoke degrees from Trump’s aides and supporters.
Some of the notable graduates that have been targeted are White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany, Senator Ted Cruz, and Congressman Dan Crenshaw.
Students at Harvard University are reportedly circulating a petition that specifically targets several high-profile Trump supporters. https://t.co/jttcP7YgcU
— Fox5NY (@fox5ny) January 16, 2021
Students at Harvard are definitely being brainwashed by their professors.
Just take a look at Harvard professor Juliette Kayyem comparing Trump supporters to ISIS.
We need to look at the threat of Trump and his supporters through a counterterrorism lens and take the same actions we would in combating ISIS, says Harvard Professor @juliettekayyem. pic.twitter.com/lNyNMWbfzb
— MeidasTouch.com (@MeidasTouch) January 12, 2021
Fox 5 News had more on the story:
Some students at Harvard University are calling on the school to take degrees away from some of President Trump’s supporters and aides.
Several students are reportedly circulating a petition that specifically targets White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany, Senator Ted Cruz and Congressman Dan Crenshaw.
According to the petition titled “Revoke Their Degrees,” these individuals spread “disinformation and mistrust,” which the authors allege helped fuel last week’s capitol riots.
Civil Rights attorney Leo Terrell spoke out against Harvard students trying to revoke Trump supporters’ diplomas:
Harvard University is currently revoking diplomas from graduates who are supportive of President Trump. Civil Rights Attorney @TheLeoTerrell and Fox Nation host @TomiLahren joined me tonight to react to all of that and more. Take a look. pic.twitter.com/0VkE9VZExp
— Jeanine Pirro (@JudgeJeanine) January 17, 2021