Harvard grad David Hogg dragged after engaging over his alleged subpar SAT score

Anti-gun activist and failed pillow mogul David Hogg was dragged on social media after the young leftist defended his admission to elite Harvard University despite a subpar SAT score.

The snarling face of the Democrat war on the Second Amendment that erupted after the 2018 massacre at a Florida high school where he was a student, Hogg was admitted to the prestigious Ivy League institute of higher learning and has since graduated but his recently leaked credentials drew questions as to whether he received preferential treatment because of his left-wing politics.

“Reminder: @davidhogg111 was admitted to Harvard with a 1270 SAT score,” American Conservative contributing editor Chris Brunet posted to X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, on Saturday.

“Harvard University’s SAT scores for admitted students range from 1480 – 1580, with an average score of 1530,” Crimson Education states on its website. “Although SAT scores are optional, we recommend that students aim for a good SAT score of at least 1530 to be competitive in the admissions process at Harvard University.”

The pride of the incredibly shrinking Harvard took exception that his qualifications would be called into question.

“Reminder: if you spend your holidays thinking about my SAT score you should touch grass,” said the now 23-year-old Hogg who didn’t deny the alleged score.

Which drew a reaction from Brunet who has been spending his time digging into the rot at the head of the Cambridge, MA “a**hole factory” that is President Claudine Gay, an anti-white racist serial plagiarist who has presided over a college that has become a festering incubator of anti-Semitism that some might be inclined to suggest could be accurately renamed as Jew Hater University.

“I actually spent most of my holidays exposing Claudine Gay’s plagiarism — I am the guy who broke the plagiarism story,” Brunet said, “any comment on her 40+ examples of plagiarism across 5 papers? Would love to hear your input,” issuing a challenge to the angry young man.

While Hogg doesn’t appear to be willing to take him up on his offer, X users took the Ivy League grad to the house of pain.

Unfortunately for Hogg, Harvard’s reputation isn’t what it used to be and may never be again thanks to Gay’s failed leadership.

Chris Donaldson


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