“And remember, these groups wouldn’t be as bold, certainly not as bold as they are if they hadn’t gotten recognition and at least tacit support from the ivory tower crowd.”
Laura Ingraham correctly suggests that this didn’t happen overnight. This has been building for a long time.
From FOX News:
LAURA: How did we get here? And what does this mean? Victor Davis Hanson, as usual, nails it, saying “[T]he overt support for Hamas killers by the diversity, equity and inclusion crowd on a lot of campuses exposes to Americans the real moral and intellectual rot in higher education.”
And remember, these groups wouldn’t be as bold, certainly not as bold as they are if they hadn’t gotten recognition and at least tacit support from the ivory tower crowd. And I love how all these college presidents and deans are now trying to cover their tracks, rushing out statements, distancing themselves from these pro-Hamas organizations on campus, but I’m not buying it for one minute. They’ve always known that these groups supported political violence.
In 2020, the BLM riots, and now the savage killing by Hamas. University officials either agree with the anti-American supporters of violence or they’re just too afraid to challenge them. Meanwhile, corporate America and wealthy donors shower these universities with billions and billions of dollars. Philanthropic giving to higher ed increased by 12.5% last year to $59.5 billion.
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