Sad Trombone Plays at Harvard as ‘Doxxing Truck’ Enrages Student Group Signers of Anti-Israel Letter

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As RedState previously reported, Hamas was still in the midst of massacring Israeli civilians on the weekend of Oct. 7th and 8th when over 30 Harvard student organizations banded together in a show of "solidarity" for the so-called Palestinian cause, by writing a letter literally blaming Israel for the terrorist attacks that saw innocents being taken hostage, murdered, raped, and infants beheaded.


For those who missed the letter released by the "Harvard Palestine Solidarity Groups," here are its worst excerpts. The full letter, along with the student group signers, is below it:

The apartheid regime is the only one to blame. Israeli violence has structured every aspect of Palestinian existence for 75 years. From systematic land seizures to routine airstrikes, arbitrary detentions to military checkpoints, and enforced family separations to targeted killings, Palestinians have been forced to live in a state of death, both slow and stubborn.


Today, the Palestinian ordeal enters into uncharted territory. The coming days will require a firm stand against colonial retaliation. We call on the Harvard community to stop the ongoing annihilation of Palestinians.

The backlash was intense, with major law firms and CEOs demanding to know the names of the students from the groups that signed on to the letter - so that they would know who not to hire.  Some billionaire donors and board members also walked away, disgusted by Harvard's lackluster response to the letter.

Intensifying everything was something that has been called a "doxxing truck," which would periodically circle the campus, displaying the names and faces of some of those who had allegedly signed on to the letter:


A billboard truck drove through the streets surrounding Harvard’s campus Wednesday and Thursday, digitally displaying the names and faces of students allegedly affiliated with student groups that signed onto a controversial statement on Hamas’ attack on Israel.


The responses followed the appearance of the billboard truck, which labeled the displayed Harvard students as “antisemites.” The display also referenced a website that listed multiple full names of students associated with organizations that had signed onto the PSC’s statement.

The truck returned to the streets surrounding campus on Thursday morning, drawing jeers from some passers-by. The stunt was sponsored by Accuracy in Media, a conservative media advocacy group.

This week, the doxxing truck took it further, making its way to the homes of some of the alleged signers of the letter. Police were called, but told the supposedly concerned residents that the truck was allowed to be there:

Adam Guillette — the president of news watchdog Accuracy in Media, which deployed the vehicle — told The Post that his organization “expanded our fight against antisemitism at Harvard” by selecting student leaders of the 34 Harvard groups that co-signed a statement saying Israel is “entirely responsible” for Hamas’ attacks, and parking the digital billboard-bearing box truck near their residences.

“We only focus on leaders of these organizations rather than members,” Guillette said Thursday, adding the students’ home addresses “were very easily publicly available.”

On Wednesday, the truck idled in front of the Boston-area home of a 20-year-old female Harvard student who leads one of the groups that did not explicitly condemn Hamas, he said.


Not surprisingly, the doxxing trucks have caused a great wailing and gnashing of teeth at Harvard, which has now created a "task force" to support the allegedly aggrieved students:

No no no - not for Jewish students who’re terrified thanks to anti-Israel protests in support of the same terrorists who massacred 1,200 Jews, cut the heads of Jewish babies, raped young girls and hauled hundreds of innocent civilians off as war prisoners earlier this month. Not them.

No, Harvard here is convening a group to support antisemitic students who’re under fire for penning a pro-Hamas letter condemning the supposed oppression of Palestinians and blaming the Jews for their own murder. Because while these students have all the courage in the world to take a stand for genocide, facing the consequences of their hairbrained actions is just too overwhelming.

“Harvard will establish a task force to support students experiencing doxxing, harassment, and online security issues following backlash against students allegedly affiliated with a statement that held Israel ‘entirely responsible’ for violence in the Israel-Hamas conflict,” the Harvard Crimson reported Tuesday.


Reactions on social media to the existence of the doxxing trucks have been mixed, but this seems to be the conservative consensus:

Your rules, leftists. Your rules.

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