Harvard may have been standing behind Claudine Gay, but that hasn’t stopped her from resigning.
The now former president previously came under fire for alleged plagiarism as well as her claim that anti-Semitic hate speech was protected under free speech.
But the media has already started to spin the story of her resignation, accusing conservatives of now setting their sights on attacking plagiarism — which is as ridiculous as it sounds.
Glenn Beck shared a mock version of Gay’s resignation letter to reveal what she likely meant to say.
In the fake resignation letter read by Glenn, Gay said: “I am not a crook. I repeat, I did not have plagiaristic relations with that paper. Instead, I only had a dream. A dream where Harvard students will one day live in a nation where they’d be judged not by the color of their skin but the content of their character.”
The fake letter continued: “But today is not that day. Instead, I’ve been subjected to personal attacks and threats fueled by racial animus.”
The fake letter then humorously closed with several famous quotes: “So, ask not what your university can do for you, ask what you can do for your university, because life moves pretty fast and if you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it. So, here’s looking at you, kid, and Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall.”
“All her original ideas,” Glenn laughs.
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