Divisive MSNBC host Joy Reid has finally come clean and admitted how she got into Harvard.
She said: “I got into Harvard only because of affirmative action.
“But then she went on to complain that her presence at the school ‘was questioned’ by classmates.
She said: “I was in a big conference class where some white students stood up and said, ‘Those students, the black students, they’re only here because of affirmative action.’
“It became a huge argument that we all ended up having.
“I had never had my academic credentials questioned.
“I had never had anyone question whether I was intelligent — until I got to Harvard.
“And it was a defining point of my experience there.
“It was one of the many reasons I was miserable there my freshman year.
“You felt completely out of place.
“People kept telling me, ‘You shouldn’t be here.’
“And yet, some of the people I went to school with were far less smart than me or the other black folks there.”
Geraldo Rivera admitted the same on his last day employed at Fox News, as Slay News reported.
“Affirmative action has just been voted down by the Supreme Court of the United States in a very controversial decision that will impact many people of color.
“I was a product of affirmative action over half a century ago.
“I was selected to make news representing a group of Puerto Rican activists… the rest is history.”
Geraldo hits out at SCOTUS ruling during his last appearance on Fox:
“I was a product of affirmative action over a half a century ago.” pic.twitter.com/Z7IwE5XzIh
— Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) June 30, 2023
The admissions come after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that affirmative action is unconstitutional.
Justice Clarence Thomas said in his opinion: “I hold out enduring hope that this country will live up to its principles so clearly enunciated in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States: that all men are created equal, are equal citizens, and must be treated equally before the law.”