‘Accuracy in Media is some of the blackballing for them’: Newsmax on Harvard activism
November 9, 2023
Harvard ‘Doxxing Truck’ Targets Student Leaders’ Homes
Wall Street CEOs have threatened to blackball the Harvard students belonging to the 34 groups that issued an anti-Israel letter after Hamas terrorists killed 1,400 Israelis in the October 7 attack.
Since Harvard President Claudine Gay has refused to reveal the names of the individual students belonging to the groups, watchdog organization Accuracy in Media is doing some of the blackballing for them, the New York Post reports.
Accuracy in Media is parking its “doxing truck” outside the homes of the leaders of the student groups that signed the controversial letter. Under the heading “Harvard’s Leading Antisemites,” giant LED screens show pictures of the students and display Accuracy in Media’s HarvardHatesJews.com website URL.
“We only focus on leaders of these organizations rather than members,” said Accuracy in Media President Adam Guillette.
Guillette’s aim is to inform “everyone in the community who the antisemites are among them.” Accuracy in Media is also asking Harvard’s Board of Trustees to “expel these students and kick their organizations off of campus immediately.”