BREAKING: Bombshell proof emerges that Harvard president plagiarized part of PH.D thesis

It has just been revealed that Harvard President Claudine Gay, who has been under fire for her comments at a congressional hearing last week on growing antisemitism happening on college campuses, plagiarized part of her thesis for her doctorate, according to Chris Rufo.

Here’s what he writes:

Rufo continues:

“First, Gay lifts an entire paragraph nearly verbatim from a paper by Lawrence Bobo and Franklin Gilliam’s, while passing it off as her own paraphrase and language.

This is a direct violation of Harvard’s policy: “When you paraphrase, your task is to distill the source’s ideas in your own words. It’s not enough to change a few words here and there and leave the rest; instead, you must completely restate the ideas in the passage in your own words. If your own language is too close to the original, then you are plagiarizing, even if you do provide a citation.””

Here’s the evidence he posted on X:

You can read the rest of Rufo’s thread here, which contains more evidence of her plagiarism and is sure to create controversy and could lead to Gay’s resignation.

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