Harvard Mints Academic Scandal, Defends Plagiarist President

In a shocking turn of events, Harvard president Claudine Gay is caught in a web of plagiarism allegations. The renowned university has confirmed that Gay’s 1997 Ph.D. dissertation contained instances of “duplicative language without appropriate attribution.” Despite this damning evidence, Harvard is inexplicably standing by Gay, claiming that the plagiarism did not constitute research misconduct. Can you believe it? It’s like saying stealing a cookie from the cookie jar wasn’t really stealing because the thief didn’t do it intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly!

And that’s not all, folks! Last week, Harvard’s governing board acknowledged “a few instances of inadequate citation” in two of Gay’s articles. But instead of facing the music, Gay is requesting corrections from the journals where her articles were published. That’s like getting caught with your hand in the cookie jar and asking the cookie to forgive you. It doesn’t work that way!

The scandal doesn’t end there. During a recent congressional testimony, Gay dodged questions about whether calls for the genocide of Jews violated Harvard’s code of conduct. Dodging questions like a pro! Sounds like she’s been taking lessons from career politicians on that one.

But wait, there’s more! Some heavyweight professors and scholars are taking a stand against Harvard’s leniency. Political scientist Carol Swain is “livid” and believes that Harvard is redefining plagiarism to suit its own needs. Even Theda Skocpol, a government professor at Harvard, expressed concern about the double standards for faculty and undergrads. It’s like getting a slap on the wrist for the cookie thief while the rest of us would face serious consequences.

The wider academic community is also throwing shade at Gay. Peter Wood, a former associate provost of Boston University, called the repeated examples of plagiarism “reprehensible” and unsuitable for someone in a position of authority. It’s like saying, “Hey, you can’t lead the cookie baking team if you keep stealing other people’s recipes!”

Even other professors are speaking out against Gay. Alexander Riley, a sociologist at Bucknell University, questioned whether an elite institution like Harvard can justify keeping someone with such a tarnished academic record in a position of power. It’s like asking if the notorious cookie thief should be put in charge of the town’s bakery. The answer is no!

And get this, Gay has the audacity to defend herself, claiming that her scholarship adheres to the highest academic standards. This situation is like the cookie thief saying, “I swear I always bake my cookies from scratch,” while we all know they were stolen from the cookie store down the street.

Conservatives, this is a prime example of the left’s hypocrisy. While they preach about accountability and integrity, they turn a blind eye when one of their own is caught red-handed. It’s time to hold Harvard and Gay responsible for their actions. Stand up for truth and accountability, just like you do when those sneaky kids try to steal the last cookie from the jar.

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