The following article, Top CEOs Say They Won’t Hire Harvard Grads after Students Stood Up to Support Palestinian Terrorism, was first published on .
Led by billionaire hedge fund manager Bill Ackman, more companies are now coming out and pledging not to hire any Harvard graduates after dozens of students came out to support the Palestinian terror campaign against Israeli citizens.
Over a dozen top executives have now joined Ackman in his public pledge to stop hiring Harvardites in the wake of their disgusting proclamations in favor of murdering old men, women, children, and babies.
CEOs from EasyHealth, Belong, FabFitFun, Inspired, DoveHill and many more have signed on with Ackman’s pledge.
According to The Daily Mail:
Ackman said, ‘One should not be able to hide behind a corporate shield when issuing statements supporting the actions of terrorists, who, we now learn, have beheaded babies, among other inconceivably despicable acts.’
On Wednesday, the student group Harvard Palestine Solidarity Committee put out a statement affirming their message – despite the outrage that they say forced them to cancel a vigil they had planned.
‘In the past 72 hours, our statement has made international headlines. PSC has been flooded with racist hate speech and death threats. Hundreds of students have been persecuted both on campus and online, even people unaffiliated with PSC,’ the group wrote.
‘The targeting of Palestinian, Black, brown, Muslim and international students specifically should be extremely concerning to all parties. These threats reached such a height that we were forced to postpone our vigil, intended to mourn all innocent lives lost,’ they wrote.
‘We are appalled at the administration’s failure to protect its students’ safety. To state what should be clear: PSC staunchly opposes all violence against all innocent life and laments all human suffering.
‘The ongoing discourse centered on Harvard diverts focus from the relentless carnage in Gaza, a dire situation which our joint statement urgently warned about.’
Rather than apologize, the group doubled down on their message an
I have been asked by a number of CEOs if @harvard would release a list of the members of each of the Harvard organizations that have issued the letter assigning sole responsibility for Hamas’ heinous acts to Israel, so as to insure that none of us inadvertently hire any of their… https://t.co/7kzGOAGwp9
— Bill Ackman (@BillAckman) October 10, 2023
Harvard needs to be made to pay.
This is the best way to do it.
Make this cesspool of hate and terrorism a pariah.