Clemson staff boasted online about falsely reserving tickets to conservative campus event

Clemson staff boasted online about falsely reserving tickets to conservative campus event
Ohio State RB #8 Trey Sermon goes leaping over people in a 34-yard scamper, 1Q of OSU's 49-28 win over Clemson in the 2020-21 Sugar Bowl, 1 Jan 2021. ESPN video, YouTube

[Ed. – Not Clemson’s finest hour.  The YAF headline refers to “faculty,” but these all look like support staff.  We have lots of file images of Clemson football due to our pigskin obsession, but we’re sure Dabo Swinney would be the first to decry such shenanigans.]

Two faculty members at Clemson University attempted to block students from attending a conservative event by fraudulently reserving tickets to the event using multiple email accounts and encouraging their friends to do the same.

On April 8, 2021, students at the university hosted an event featuring Tomi Lahren, Brandon Tatum, and Graham Allen on campus. In order to attend the event, students and other community members needed to reserve free tickets online which were limited in number due to capacity restrictions at the venue.

YAF’s Campus Bias Tip Line received an anonymous submission featuring screenshots of a post made by Amy Burke, a financial aid counselor at Clemson.

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