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Jesse Watters: Comparing Parkland shooting victim dropped by Harvard to shooter is 'irresponsible'

FOXNews.com Thursday, 20 June 2019
Fox News' Jesse Watters criticized a critic of Parkland Shooting survivor Kyle Kashuv who compared the student to the very shooter that killed his classmates but defended Harvard's choice to drop Kashuv saying the young man must "face the consequences."
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News video: Parkland Shooting Survivor Says Harvard Rescinded Admission

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A pro-Second Amendment activist and Parkland shooting survivor announced Harvard rescinded his acceptance as a result of racist remarks he made before the 2018 massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

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