“We are writing this statement not only to criticize Penn Dems for endorsing a sexual predator for president, but also to reinforce our commitment in supporting and believing survivors,” wrote the group.”
This kind of discord does not bode well for Biden in November.
Campus Reform reports:
Progressive students in key swing state ditch ‘sexual predator’ Joe Biden
Tara Reade’s sexual assault allegation against presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has prompted one student organization at the University of Pennsylvania to cut ties with the school’s College Democrats. The Coalition Against Fraternity Sexual Assault (CAFSA) officially revoked the “coalition status” of the Penn Democrats because it made the choice to endorse Biden for president.
CAFSA is a student-run organization at the University of Pennsylvania founded in fall 2019. The group states that its mission is to “transform” the school’s fraternities “into cultural and wellness centers in order to foster positive and safe environments for students with minority and historically underrepresented identities.”
The organization denounced the Penn College Democrats in a statement shared on Twitter.
“We are removing Penn Dems from our coalition. We are writing this statement not only to criticize Penn Dems for endorsing a sexual predator for president, but also to reinforce our commitment in supporting and believing survivors,” wrote the group.
CAFSA has decided to revoke the Coalition status of Penn Dems in light of their decision to endorse Joe Biden, who has been accused of sexual misconduct and harassment by numerous women.
Attached is our public statement regarding this decision.https://t.co/gikldPhsiu
— CAFSA Penn (@CAFSAPenn) April 21, 2020
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