Harvard circulating petition to ban former Trump officials from attending, teaching or speaking

A petition is circulating at Harvard to ban former Trump administration officials from attending, teaching or speaking at the University.

Charles Gasparino tweeted:

(1/3) SCOOP via @LJMoynihan: A group of @Harvard students is seeking to ban any Trump administration alum from attending, teaching, or speaking at Harvard, according a Harvard student with direct knowledge.

(2/3) They’re circulating a petition asking classmates to sign on to an effort to hold the Trump administration “accountable” by keeping them off campus.

(3/3) In the event the university does associate with a Trump alum, they demand the school “create and share with students transparent guidelines” as to why that Trump official is allowed on campus. No comment from Harvard.

One Twitter user replied “proving they have learned nothing during their time there”

Another replied “Sad to see this happening in America. Only Socialists and Communists need apply.”

Another replied “This is our best and brightest, folks! These people are going to be flummoxed when an actual dictator comes to power punishing political enemies and these people won’t have seen it coming because they don’t know what it looks like!”

The “Trump Accountability Project,” a project ridiculed by conservative as an “enemies list” of sorts recently shut down just days after it was started.

Many heard of the project when Nov 6th AOC tweeted “Is anyone archiving these Trump sycophants for when they try to downplay or deny their complicity in the future? I foresee decent probability of many deleted Tweets, writings, photos in the future”

She added in a follow up tweet “Lol at the “party of personal responsibility” being upset at the idea of being responsible for their behavior over last four years”

Hari Sevugan replied to AOC “You better believe it. We just launched the Trump Accountability Project to make sure anyone who took a paycheck to help Trump undermine America is held responsible for what they did.”