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Harvard Lives Up To ‘Worst School For Free Speech’ With Its Latest Move On Social Media

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Harvard University has blocked Instagram users from commenting on its posts and tagging the school in their own posts, amid an antisemitism scandal and allegations of plagiarism against President Claudine Gay.

The university’s actions are seen as an attempt to control online discussions about its troubles, including a pro-terror joint statement signed by student groups and criticism for its handling of the antisemitism issue.

“We, the undersigned student organizations, hold the Israeli regime entirely responsible for all unfolding violence,” the students wrote. (Trending: Tucker Carlson Reveals ‘Secret’ Project He’s Been Working On For Months)

Calls for Gay’s resignation have also intensified, and the university has been named the worst school for free speech.

“Gay, along with the presidents of the University of Pennsylvania and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) faced intense backlash after they declined to say during a congressional hearing whether advocating for the genocide of Jews is permissible on campus,” the report noted.

“Additionally, Gay’s own Ph.D. dissertation is now being called into question by conservative activist and CRT expert Christopher Rufo and journalist Christopher Brunet, who are citing concerns of plagiarism,” the report noted.

Notably, Harvard was named 2023’s worst school for free speech by the Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression (FIRE).

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