‘This Is Just the Beginning’: Stefanik Reacts to Gay’s Resignation

Published January 3, 2024

Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) celebrated news of Claudine Gay’s resignation amid a series of scandals that rocked the former Harvard University president.

“TWO DOWN,” Stefanik, a Harvard alum, posted on X. “Harvard knows that this long overdue forced resignation of the antisemitic plagiarist president is just the beginning of what will be the greatest scandal of any college or university in history.”


Gay resigned after controversy over her response to the Oct. 7 attack against Israel, her disastrous congressional testimony where, under questioning from Stefanik, she argued context was necessary to determine whether calls for genocide against the Jewish people violated the university’s codes of conduct, and the mounting allegations of plagiarism in her academic papers and dissertation. Her resignation follows Elizabeth Magill’s, the former president of the University of Pennsylvania, who stepped down days after she testified alongside Gay and Massachusetts Institute of Technology president Sally Kornbluth.

“I will always deliver results,” Stefanik said. “The resignation of Harvard’s antisemitic plagiarist president is long overdue. Claudine Gay’s morally bankrupt answers to my questions made history as the most viewed Congressional testimony in the history of the U.S. Congress.


SOURCE: www.townhall.com

RELATED: Stefanik’s Devastating Hearing Questioning Claims Second Victim with Harvard President Claudine Gay’s Resignation

Published January 2, 2024

Harvard President Claudine Gay has resigned, finally relenting to overwhelming pressure building since December when Gay’s response to questioning from House Republican Conference Chair Elise Stefanik (R-NY)’s sparked widespread outrage.

Stefanik’s devastating line of questioning came as Gay received widespread criticism for the university’s response to the Hamas terrorist attacks on Israel of October 7 and after more than 30 of its student groups signed a pro-terror statement blaming Israel for the attack against itself.

Gay’s resignation after only six months makes her the shortest tenured president in the long history of Harvard.

“Two down,” Stefanik told Breitbart News and later posted on X. “Harvard knows that this long overdue forced resignation of the antisemitic plagiarist president is just the beginning of what will be the greatest scandal of any college or university in history.”

During the hearing, Gay, University of Pennsylvania President Liz Magill, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology President Sally Kornbluth infamously declined to say to Stefanik whether advocating for the genocide of Jews is permissible on campus.


SOURCE: www.breitbart.com

RELATED: Harvard’s Resigning President to Retain Near $900K Salary

Published January 2, 2024

Erstwhile Harvard President Claudine Gay will retain nearly $900,000 in salary despite resigning earlier Tuesday over rampant allegations of academic plagiarism that surfaced in the wake of her dubious congressional testimony about antisemitism early last month, the New York Post reported.

Gay will reset to the Harvard faculty as a political science professor but will continue to be paid a salary in excess of $850,000, according to the Post. Gay was a professor of government at Harvard beginning in 2006.

Gay earned $879,079 as a Faculty of Arts and Sciences Dean in 2021, according to the Post, citing university records. She’s expected to make as much as that if not more despite returning to faculty and resigning amid the controversy, the Post reported.

She was making $1 million as president, though it’s unclear how much of that she’ll continue to collect after only six months as the university’s top administrator, according to the Post.


SOURCE: www.newsmax.com



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