Harvard grade helped show Vivek Ramaswamy was right about January 6

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GOP candidate Vivek Ramaswamy has been getting plenty of attention in recent weeks.

Along with it he’s getting a plethora of opportunities to make the Republican establishment squirm. 

Now this recent failing grade on Harvard helped show Vivek Ramaswamy was right about January 6.

The university that produced eight US Presidents just earned 0 out of 100 possible points when it comes to upholding a fundamental American right. 

That’s according to the Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression (FIRE). 

The organization ranked Harvard dead last in its annual report on college free speech, calling the Ivy League school’s performance “abysmal.”

And according to the organization’s polling and analytics director, that’s a generous description since the school technically came in with a score of -10.69. 

“I thought it would be pretty much impossible for a school to fall below zero, but they’ve had so many scholar sanctions,” Stevens explained. 

A double digit negative score

The school’s score sank into the double digit negative numbers thanks to nine professors and researchers being threatened with punishment over things they had said or written. 

Out of that group seven were actually formally punished. 

What some professors are describing as a college campus crisis dovetails with an argument GOP Presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy recently made about the January 6, 2021 “riot.”

The topic came up while Tucker Carlson was interviewing Ramaswamy.

“You want to know what caused January 6? There’s such a temptation to say that there’s one man whose name is unspeakable,” Ramaswamy started off as he launched into a rant about how “pervasive censorship” is creating an explosive situation. 

“You tell people in this country they cannot speak. That is when they scream,” he explained. “You tell people they cannot scream. That is when they tear things down.”

“We were told that you could not question where the virus came from when we all knew it came from a lab in Wuhan, which now they admit,” he added. “We were told that you could not send a private message to someone on the eve of an election that Hunter Biden’s laptop story was actually a true story worth considering. Before an election. You were systematically suppressed.”

According to Ramaswamy, that level of censorship—which was forced on everyone from university professors to average social media users—has created a source of building frustration that still hasn’t been fully realized. 

“You were told you had to be locked down, had to take a vaccine that was mandated and forced down your throat, stay locked down in your home, while Antifa and BLM roam and burn the streets of this country,” he continued. “So that’s the lead up of one full year of telling people you have to shut up, sit down and do as you’re told. And then you tell them, okay, there’s an election where you didn’t get the information that you needed, such as the Hunter Biden laptop story being real and suppressed. That’s what caused January 6 is a cycle of censorship in this country.”

The biggest question now is whether the political Left, with the help of major institutions like Harvard, will be able to continue to erode the free speech of Americans—or if they’ve bitten off more than they can chew. 

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.

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