The storm of the embarrassing hearings of the presidency of elite universities in the US Congress, in which they failed to express explicit opposition to anti-Semitic chants, continues to stir the United States. Over the weekend, the embarrassing scene was also featured in a skit on the hit satire show "Saturday Night Live," with ego nomads, Chloe Feynman and Heidi Grander playing the president, who continues to shame, and the image of Republican Congresswoman Elise Stefanik turns out to be a ridiculous caricature.
Among other things, at the opening of the hearing, the president of MIT says that she has "never been as scared anywhere as she is afraid to be in this place," while the president of the University of Pennsylvania asks if she "can just resign now" and spare herself the humiliation. Later, the three continue to squirm rather than express any position, while the infantile image of Stefanik, a congresswoman identified with the deep Trumpist right, does not believe she can "win the argument," stressing that "hate speech has no place on campuses, their place is in Congress, on Elon Musk's Twitter, at private dinners with my donors and in public speeches by 'husband' Donald Trump."
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