Attention, Harvard!

Hey, all you Social Justice Warriors at Harvard, do you care about social justice?

Do you fervently want to correct one of the big wrongs in the world.

Well, I have one for you.

Harvard graduates by virtue of their attendance at Harvard University, are unfairly taking jobs and positions that would otherwise go to more qualified people.

Case in point: John Roberts, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. My lawn guy is brighter.

Shouldn’t we do something about that?

Shouldn’t we break the back of this brotherhood that is unfairly giving preference to people who graduate from Harvard?

Of course, you know by now that there is no superiority to the Harvard graduate.

Many of you have brothers and sisters who are far smarter than your fellow classmates at Harvard, and yet they will not receive the benefits that you do.

Isn’t that an injustice?

Shouldn’t we do something about that?

Does it seem fair that all our Supreme Court justices come from Harvard, or the Ivy League, or those institutions which are considered equivalent to the Ivy League?

You know, it wasn’t always this way. You can go back and look at the Supreme Court justices just seventy years ago, and you will see that many of them came from regular schools.

Were they country bumpkins?

Furthermore, you might want to know that Thomas Jefferson did not attend Harvard.

Ditto to Ben Franklin.

As a matter of fact, there have been a lot of geniuses over the years who did not attend Harvard.

Albert Einstein did not attend Harvard. He attended a third-tier university while in Switzerland.

And then there is Steve Jobs. He attended Reed College.

Don’t forget Thomas Edison. He was homeschooled by his mother.

So you see, there are plenty of talented people out there who did not attend Harvard.

So why is there a preponderance of people from Harvard in all our major institutions?

Why are nearly all our Supreme Court justices coming from Harvard or the Ivy League?

Would the Founding Fathers who developed the Constitution not be qualified to sit on the Supreme Court, an institution that they created?

Is there a shortage of smart people who don’t attend Harvard?

Or is it more likely that Harvard has put its death grip upon our major institutions and rigged the system Harvard’s way?

Is this fair?

Is this right?

Aren’t you embarrassed by that, Mr. Harvard SJW?

Don’t you want to do something about it?

Shouldn’t you do something about it?

As social justice warriors, aren’t you obligated to do something about it?

I think you are.


Archer Crosley

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