Rape Alice StefanikAlice Marie Stephanicred: Republican Live Coverage Voting to Challenge Election Results: Congress Certifies Biden’s Victory After Pennsylvania, Arizona Challenges Fail Out in Trump Era with Split-Earth Drama at GOP MORE (RN.Y.) has been removed from an advisory committee of Harvard University’s Institute of Politics as a result of her false claims about voter fraud, the school announced on Tuesday.
“For the past several days, [director] Mark Geren and I have spent a good time considering the role of our colleague Congresswoman Elise Stefnik at the Institute of Politics, which I include in the message, “Dean Douglas Elmdorf has written to the committee.” Mark and I have read publicly. Listened to the material, students and alumni, and consulted with colleagues at Harvard on this important matter. “
Elmdorf asked Stefanik to resign from the advisory committee, which he said he refused to do.
“My request was not about political parties, political ideology or their choice of candidate for president. Rather, in my assessment, Allies has given public assurances about voter fraud in the November presidential election, which has no evidence, And he has made it public. Elmendorf said that statements about court actions related to elections are false. “Furthermore, these claims and statements do not reflect policy disagreements, but are at the foundation of the electoral process through which this country Leaders are chosen. “
In a statement to The Hill, Stefanik said the decision to remove him from the committee showed a desire from Harvard to “cower and cave to the Left.”
“The march toward a monoculture of like-minded, intolerant liberal views of the Ivory Tower reflects humiliating disdain for Americans everyday and will instill a culture of fear for students who will understand that a conservative view will not be tolerated” Will be silent. said. “I take the opportunity to stand up for freedom of speech and freedom of thought on college campuses across America. Congratulations Harvard, the entire board of the Institute of Politics, now includes only Joe BidenJoe BidenCapitol Police Confirms Investigations of Certain Officers’ Behavior During Riot GOP Lawmakers Tell Trump Trump Has Some Responsibility for Capital Riot Voters – reflective of America. “
Stephanik, a colleague President TrumpDonald Trumphouse asks members to quit spreading lies on GOP leader riot, Antifa DC’s Attorney General says Trump Organization paid K bill incurred during the inauguration of the suspended 70K QAnon Twitter account in the wake of the Capitol riot. In the House, repeated widespread voter fraud was suggested that led to an unfair election against Trump.
Stephen also objected to the certification of Biden’s Electoral College victory, including more than 100 House members, when a joint session of Congress met last week to certify him.
Stefnik said last week, “I don’t take this action lightly. I’m working to protect our democratic process.”
Crowds of Trump’s supporters created a ruckus at the Capitol Building on Wednesday to prevent the certification of Biden’s victory, an event Stefnik condemned, but did not allow him to object to the election’s result after the attack.
He said after the riots, “tens of Americans are concerned that the 2020 election showed unconstitutional excesses by state officials and judges who ignored state laws.” We can and we should discuss these concerns in peace.
Following the riots, hundreds of Harvard students, faculty, and alumni petitioned the School Institute of Politics in 2006 to dissolve with Congressmen from the North Country of New York, who graduated from Harvard in 2006.
“We knew that Representative Stefanik was someone who had a position at Harvard, who was on the Senior Advisory Committee for the IOP, and so we thought to try to land him,” Megan O. Corrigan, who filed the petition. Told The Harvard Crimson. “This is someone who should have no legitimacy at the moment, and Harvard is lending his legitimacy.”