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Barstool Sports Founder Doubles Down On Stance Toward Harvard Grads

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Dave Portnoy of Barstool Sports reaffirmed his decision not to hire graduates from elite universities due to a lack of condemnation of antisemitism on campus.

He criticized the leaders of Harvard, UPenn, and MIT for failing to clearly denounce hate speech and calls for genocide of Jews.

Portnoy clarified that current employees are “grandfathered” in, but the hiring freeze has received support from others. (Trending: Tucker Carlson Reveals ‘Secret’ Project He’s Been Working On For Months)

Following the backlash, UPenn’s president resigned, while Harvard’s leadership remains under scrutiny.

Portnoy emphasized the need for leaders to condemn genocide and hate speech.

“There’s a difference between free speech and hate speech. And when you’re endangering people and causing harm, I think you got to put a stop to it. It’s called common sense,” Portnoy said.

“It’s not only me. I think a lot of leaders have to do it. It was disgusting what those deans and presidents did under oath. It makes no sense to me,” Portnoy added.

“I don’t know how, if you can’t condemn genocide, I don’t care whether we’re talking Jews, Muslims, any group of people, then you don’t deserve to be in a position of power. You got to get out,” he said.

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