Harvard Rescinds Acceptance to Second Amendment Advocate Kyle Kashuv – After Far Left Twitter Mob Harasses School

As The Gateway Pundit was first to report — Marjory Stoneman Douglas student Kyle Kashuv was ignored by the liberal mainstream media because of his pro-Second Amendment beliefs after the horrific mass shooting at his Parkland school.

It did not fit in with the liberal media narrative.

Killer Nicolas Cruz, who was on the FBI radar, murdered 17 students and faculty members while police and a security guard waited outside the building.

 

Kyle Kashuv is a conservative student from Parkland, Florida. In an interview with The Gateway Pundit’s Cassandra Fairbanks in February 2018, he stated that his right-wing views have led to him being “hated” by his fellow students and labeled an “enemy of the movement.”

But this did not deter the young Second Amendment advocate.

In March 2018 Marjory Stoneman Douglas anti-gun students Cameron Kasky and David Hogg bragged about hanging up on the US President following the mass shooting.

But Kyle picked up the phone when the president called and went to the White House.

First Lady Melania Trump later met with Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School junior Kyle Kashuv at the White House.

Kyle Kashuv was then admitted to Harvard.  He is one of the top students in his class.


Harvard also admitted leftwing Parkland activist David Hogg despite his average performance in school and his less than impressive test scores.

 

On Monday Kyle Kashuv announced Harvard had rescinded his acceptance over some offensive tweets when he was 16.

 

Kyle Kashuv had this to say on Twitter: Harvard rescinded my acceptance. Three months after being admitted to Harvard Class of 2023, Harvard has decided to rescind my admission over texts and comments made nearly two years ago, months prior to the shooting. A few weeks ago, I was made aware of egregious and callous comments classmates and I made privately years ago – when I was 16 years old, months before the shooting – in an attempt to be as extreme and shocking as possible. I immediately apologized. After I issued this apology, speculative articles were written, my peers used the opportunity to attack me, and my life was once again reduced to a headline. It sent me into one of the darkest spirals of my life. After the story broke, former peers & political opponents began contacting Harvard urging them to rescind me. Harvard then sent this letter stating that Harvard “reserves the right to withdraw an offer of admission” and requested a written explanation within 72 hours… After receiving Harvard’s letter revoking my acceptance, I responded by asking for the opportunity to have an in-person meeting to make my case face to face and work towards any possible path of reconciliation.

Harvard responded by declining my meeting request.

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