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Stefanik: Harvard ‘Complicit’ in Plagiarism ‘Cover-Up,’ They Threatened to Sue to Cover for Gay

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Rep. Elise Stefanik criticized Harvard’s board for attempting to cover up President Claudine Gay’s plagiarism and stated that Harvard threatened to sue over reporting on Gay’s writings.

Stefanik believes that the congressional investigation will uncover a major scandal in higher education, with the Harvard Corporation being complicit in the cover-up of plagiarism and failure to protect Jewish students on campus.

She highlighted that the accountability only happened due to the congressional hearing and emphasized the board’s prior knowledge of the plagiarism allegations. (Trending: Trump Announces Heartbreaking Melania-Related Health Update)

“It should not have taken the Harvard Corporation board this long to demand her resignation. And I believe, as we continue our congressional investigation, that we will uncover what will be the greatest scandal in higher education, because the Harvard Corporation members themselves are complicit in this cover-up of her plagiarism, and again, most importantly, their failure to protect Jewish students on campus,” said Rep. Stefanik.

“This accountability would not have happened were it not for that congressional hearing, and I think what it forced was greater scrutiny of her position as the President of Harvard,” she continued.

“And you have to remember, Gillian, she was selected as President of Harvard in a shorter search — executive search than any other previous President, and they should have found out that there were 50 credible allegations of plagiarism. And the fact that the Harvard Corporation we now know knew about that before the congressional hearing and tried to cover it up and threaten media outlets to sue them is a disgrace,” added Stefanik.

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