Combatting Hate: Robert Kraft’s Stand Against Antisemitism at Columbia University

Patriots owner Robert Kraft reiterated his criticism of his alma mater, Columbia University, during an appearance on ‘Hannity.’ Kraft expressed deep concern over what he described as “virulent hate” on the university’s campus and stated that he is no longer confident in Columbia’s ability to protect its students and staff.

He called for corrective action from the university and emphasized the need to combat antisemitism in the United States. Kraft’s comments followed Columbia’s decision to cancel classes after police arrested over 100 pro-Palestinian demonstrators on campus.

Kraft, who attended Columbia from 1959 to 1963, expressed disappointment in the current state of the university, which he described as lacking empathy and compassion compared to his time there. He also praised New York City Mayor Eric Adams, the city’s police department, and Governor Kathy Hochul for their actions in response to the protests.

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