ACADEMIC PURGE: Harvard students launch petition to revoke degrees from graduates who support Trump
In an attempt to stop "violent white supremacy" following the spectacle at the United States Capitol on Jan. 6, students at Harvard University
have released a petition
calling for all alumni at the school who support President Donald Trump to have their degrees revoked.
Believing Trump to be directly responsible for instigating the "insurrection," brainwashed Harvard students want to punish anyone and everyone who is in any way affiliated with the president because they, too, might be a "domestic terrorist."
"The campaign to subvert the outcome of the 2020 presidential election left five dead and nearly killed many more as armed, organized insurrectionists with Confederate flags and Nazi paraphernalia stormed the Capitol in search of members of Congress to kill or capture," the petition reads.
"Nationwide violence is expected in the weeks to come."
The petition calls on all of Harvard to "take a stand for representative democracy and against violent white supremacy" by signing it.
Kayleigh McEnany, the current White House press secretary under the Trump administration, is one such Harvard graduate whom some students say should lose her degree for having light skin and supporting Trump. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) and Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-Tex.) are both also on the chopping block for having graduated from Harvard as white conservatives.
According to the petition, McEnany, Crenshaw and Cruz all spread "disinformation" that "created ... mistrust," resulting in Capitol police letting a group of violent, far-left, CNN-led agitators posing as "Trump supporters"
into the building by opening the gate for them.
"It's no secret that over a dozen Harvard graduates worked hard to spread the disinformation and mistrust that created last Wednesday's insurrection – from Representative Dan Crenshaw (HKS '17), who supported the December Texas lawsuit to invalidate the election, to Senator Ted Cruz (HLS '97), one of the loudest claimants of fraud and a rare senator still objecting to the election certification after
the violence at the Capitol, to White House Press Secretary Kayleigh MEnany (HLS '17), who dutifully denies the validity of the election," the petition goes on to contend.
Far-left "anti-fascists" at Harvard engage in fascism to get back at Trump and his supporters
Even though none of these three are under investigation for playing any role in the "violence" that took place at the Capitol, angry Harvard students want their degrees abolished regardless. Anyone who dares to "deny the validity" of the presidential election, they say, needs to be punished.
"Harvard must revoke the degrees of alumni whose incendiary language and subversion of democratic processes – rooted in a history of white supremacist voter suppression – incited the violent insurrection on January 6," the petition further whines.
"This includes all who have used their platforms to deny the validity of the presidential election. They do not and should not represent a university committed to 'strengthening democracy' and 'the advancement of justice.'"
Were it just students shrieking in typical Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS) form, we would chalk it up to hormones and indoctrination. Several faculty members, however, are joining them, and even going so far as to create retaliatory blacklists against people who served in or supported the Trump administration.
This is tried-and-true fascism
, of course, which is hardly a good look for people who claim to be "anti-fascists." This is where we now are as a society, though, where fascism claims to embody "anti-fascism," and fake elections are touted as real elections.
Joe Biden is not
the legitimate next president, and overwhelming evidence proves this. To students at Harvard, however, he is because they say he is. And anyone who denies this must be silenced, blacklisted and persecuted for the rest of their lives.
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