Harvard Revokes Admission of Pro-Gun Parkland Student After Liberals Attack


Harvard University has revoked the admission of Kyle Kashuv, an outspoken pro-gun student who was present during the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida in 2018.

Kashuv was initially accepted as a student at Harvard, but after the liberals began agitating against the teen, the school reversed its decision and dumped the kid.

Kashuv took to Twitter with a long thread to show Harvard’s perfidy.

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“Harvard rescinded my acceptance,” the teenager said at the start of his thread.

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It appears that the school used several tweets he made when he was several years younger to paint him as a “racist.” And then they used that sudden determination as ab excuse to rescind his enrollment.

Kashuv went on:

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