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Rich Eisen Blasts College Presidents Who Gave ‘Frightening’ Answers About Callling For Genocide Of Jews

via The Rich Eisen Show on Youtube
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Sports host Rich Eisen criticized university presidents of Harvard, UPenn, and MIT for their “frightening” responses regarding the acceptability of calling for genocide.

He expressed concern that the lack of clear condemnation of such speech could make people comfortable to commit genocide.

Eisen found the answers from the school presidents to be unacceptable and stated that he would not want to send his children to these schools after hearing their responses. (Trending: Joe Biden Admits He’s ‘Not Sure’ About Running If Trump Wasn’t)

“Oh so we have to have genocide before you kick someone off the campus?” sports journalist Rich Eisen said.

“How about the context of being against genocide of all? By just allowing that speech makes people comfortable to commit the genocide.”

“You understand that? By not being uniquivecal in saying ‘yes, this is a violation. And anybody who violates it is off campus. They can’t go to Harvard, Penn or MIT.’”

“By saying ‘well it depends on this, that and the other thing,’ makes them comfortable to commit the genocide,” he added.

“It is the lesson you learn when you walk into museums of tolerance or Holocaust museums around the world. Including ones that I’ve been to recently in Berlin, Germany and Tel Aviv, Israel.”

“It’s the first lesson you learn and I can’t believe you got to tell people who lead these instituions of higher learning that,” Eisen continued.

“I can not believe the answers I heard. It is frightening to see those answers from people in leadership and higher education. Are you kidding me? The answer is yes when you’re advocating against genocide against anybody that’s a violation of code of conduct and is a form of harassing and bullying. Forget the context.”

“I never thought in a million years that I would never want to send my kids to these schools. Forget that,” he added.

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