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CEOs Vowing Not to Hire Harvard Students Who Signed Letter Blaming Israel for Hamas Attack

CEOs Vowing Not to Hire Harvard Students Who Signed Letter Blaming Israel for Hamas Attack

“I would like to know so I know never to hire these people”

Some of the student groups at Harvard who signed on to this are already scrambling to distance themselves from it. This is why.

The New York Post reports:

A dozen CEOs back Bill Ackman’s call to not hire Harvard students who blamed Israel for Hamas attack

At least a dozen business executives have endorsed Bill Ackman’s call to deny hiring members of student groups at Harvard who signed on to a letter blaming Israel for Hamas’ deadly attack on Saturday that killed more than 1,200 people, including at least 22 Americans.

Jonathan Newman, the CEO of salad chain Sweetgreen, was among a group of business honchos who seconded Ackman in urging that the signatories of the letter circulated by the a coalition of 34 Harvard student groups who “hold the Israeli regime entirely responsible for all unfolding violence.”

“I would like to know so I know never to hire these people,” Newman wrote in response to Ackman’s post on X on Tuesday.

“Same,” David Duel, CEO of healthcare services firm EasyHealth, wrote in response to Newman.

The backlash and possible blacklisting has led to a flurry of backpedaling by four of the initial student organizations attached to the inflammatory statement — while board members of other groups have quit to distance themselves.

Late Tuesday, 17 other Harvard groups joined around 500 faculty and staff and 3,000 others in signing a counter-statement attacking the other groups’ letter as “completely wrong and deeply offensive,” according to the campus paper, the Harvard Crimson.

A third letter from nearly 160 faculty members also ripped Harvard’s response to the scandal, writing that it “can be seen as nothing less than condoning the mass murder of civilians based only on their nationality.”

Fears that some of the nation’s brightest young minds had doomed their futures led former Harvard President Larry Summers to caution against singling out students who were “naive and foolish” about what they were signing.


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And as these lefties constantly love saying, “Your actions have consequences.”

They can work for me cleaning wastewater treatment stations. Year round work, must travel. Up to $100K a year. We will train.

    diver64 in reply to G Man. | October 12, 2023 at 5:19 pm

    Screw Summers. I would not want that woke filth at a company I ran. They are not “students” or ” “kids”. They are grown ass men and women who knew exactly what they were signing. To hell with them and those making excuses for them. People like Summers is why we have an entire generation who think they can do anything and act half raised because there are no consequences. Time for some.

And so, a conservative activist collected the names of the little nazis who signed the Harvard letter, and others doing similar things around the country, and posted them publicly in a Google doc for this very purpose: for the benefit of employers who wished to avoid hiring them.

You’ll never guess what happened next. Or maybe you will.

Google simply deleted the document.

“What do you mean it was YOUR data? Too bad, so sad! We’re Google! Do not arouse the wrath of the Great and Powerful Google!”

The group vows to “reconstruct” the data and repost it… somewhere.
(If they have to “reconstruct” the data, they aren’t redpilled enough. It was totally predictable that this shit was going to happen.)

caseoftheblues | October 12, 2023 at 4:40 pm

I have checked out the groups who are pro baby rapists and murderers…. They appear to be a bunch of American hating foreigners granted the privilege to come here… a country they hate and probably given free rides and recruited first after they are awarded diplomas.,,,to then try to infiltrate and destroy America in every possible way.., but that’s just my take..,,

Unfortunately the CEO of MS-NBC is not one of them

Steven Brizel | October 13, 2023 at 9:04 am

Excellent statement! See what happened to board members at Penn who raised this issue

caseoftheblues | October 14, 2023 at 7:22 am

“some of the nation’s brightest young minds “…….
Never has a more untrue statement been written. They are mindless drones… hardly more than NPCs that exist to be aggrieved and work as little as possible but cause as much trouble as possible because you owe them. Any company hiring any so called Ivy League grad gets what they deserve