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Fox & Friends Weekend co-host Pete Hegseth promises to return his Harvard University degree and wrote “return to sender” on his diploma during Saturday’s show.
In Hegseth’s book “American Crusade”, he wrote a direct message to Americans: “Stop supporting your alma business!”
“Stop now. Stop sending your money. And stop sending your children. It’s a start, but the crusade means taking the next step. Send back your degrees. can no longer support your leftist cause. Then , explain why. When the time is right – mark my words – Harvard University will graduate the degree it gave me back,” Hegseth wrote.
He wrote the book in 2020, and Hegseth brought his degree to the set of Fox & Friends Weekend on Saturday to write “return to sender” on his Harvard University degree.
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Rachel Campos-Duffy asked Hegseth “Is your mother going to be mad?”
“Very,” Hegseth replied. “I don’t think my wife is going to like it either.”
“I think it should be renamed ‘critical theory college,” Hagseth said of his alma case. “Every department has a critical theory department.”
“People will say ‘it’s just a stunt, you still have a diploma’ and that’s fine. I went there, got the diploma, walked to class and stuff, but I hope this is a statement that as conservatives and patriots, if we love this country, we can’t continue to send our children and raise them to universities that poison their minds. -be survived, and thank God, but a lot of kids go there and buy into “critical theory college,” and that’s how we get future leaders, Supreme Court justices, senators, etc. ., who see America as an evil place. And Harvard is a factory for that kind of thinking,” Hegseth said.
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A recent poll by Harvard University’s student newspaper, The Crimson, found that very few graduate students lean toward the conservatives.
The investigation, conducted by The Crimson, was emailed to 1,269 graduating graduates and garnered a response rate of nearly 40%. He revealed that 4% of graduates from the Class of 2022 are somewhat conservative and 2.4% are “very conservative”. He also asked students about their politics before attending Harvard and found that 7.1% of graduates identified as conservative before attending the university.
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93% of graduate students surveyed have an unfavorable view of former president trump, according to the report. 51.8% of graduate students surveyed have a favorable opinion of President Biden, compared to 30.1% who have an unfavorable opinion.
Additionally, he found that 54.1% of graduate students surveyed support “defunding or abolishing ICE.”