Harvard sack Republican Elise Stefanek from the advisory committee

Boston – The Harvard Policy Institute sacked Representative Elise Stefanik from the Supreme Advisory Committee following last week’s deadly riots in the U.S. Capitol, citing her unfounded allegations of voter fraud in the November election.

“Elise issued public assurances of voter fraud in the presidential election in November that have no basis in evidence, and she has made public statements about court procedures relating to the inaccurate elections,” He wrote in a letter Released Tuesday. “Moreover, these assurances and statements do not reflect political differences, but rather affect the foundations of the electoral process through which the leaders of this country are chosen.”

The school initially asked Stefanek to step down, according to Elmendorf. When the New York lawmaker refused, the school dismissed her. Stephanik was among 147 Republican members of the House of Representatives who voted against endorsing President-elect Joe Biden’s election victory.

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