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Portnoy Blasts Harvard: ‘I Will Not Hire Any Student Who Graduates From Any Of These Schools’

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Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy posted mock pictures of shirts with a Harvard-like logo calling it “Hamas University” to criticize Harvard’s president, Dr. Claudine Gay, for her controversial comments about antisemitism.

Portnoy clarified that he wasn’t actually selling the shirts. He also stated that he wouldn’t hire graduates from Harvard, MIT, or the University of Pennsylvania due to their presidents’ congressional testimony.

“These shirts kinda bang,” Portnoy posted. (Trending: Biden Bank Records Reveal Another Massive Bombshell)

“At this rate we’re 1 step away from the Ivy Leagues offering courses on how 9/11 was actually the Jews fault,” Portnoy later wrote.

“Not that this will make a huge difference but moving forward I will not hire any student who graduates from any of these schools until these Deans step down.”

Harvard’s leadership, including Gay, faced public scrutiny and defended themselves after her equivocal remarks on antisemitism during her congressional testimony.

“There are some who have confused a right to free expression with the idea that Harvard will condone calls for violence against Jewish students,” Gay posted.

“Let me be clear: Calls for violence or genocide against the Jewish community, or any religious or ethnic group are vile, they have no place at Harvard, and those who threaten our Jewish students will be held to account,” the statement added.

“We embrace a commitment to free expression, even [if they] are objectionable, offensive, hateful,” Gay said in the congressional hearing.

“It’s when that speech crosses into conduct that violates our policies against bullying.”

The university issued a statement condemning calls for violence against the Jewish community, but social media users criticized the response and called for Gay’s resignation.

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