Far-left Vox defended racially-biased policies against Asian-Americans at Harvard University on Thursday, the same day that the Trump administration sided with a group of Asian-Americans who claim that Harvard discriminated against them based on their race.
"No American should be denied admission to school because of their race. As a recipient of taxpayer dollars, Harvard has a responsibility to conduct its admissions policy without racial discrimination by using meaningful admissions criteria that meet lawful requirements," Attorney General Jeff Sessions said in a statement. "The Department of Justice has the responsibility to protect the civil rights of the American people. This case is significant because the admissions policies at our colleges and universities are important and must be conducted lawfully."
Vox, which smeared John McCain moments after his death, rushed to defend Harvard's racially-biased policies:
Vox claimed that the Trump administration "dug up a two-year-old complaint against Harvard that alleges the school has quotas on how many Asian Americans it accepts" and used that to launch an investigation into the university, suggesting that the Trump administration sought to exploit the situation because the administration is made up of "white affirmative action opponents."
Vox claimed that other conservatives, like former President Ronald Reagan, have used Asians as "political props."
Needless to say, Vox was slammed on Twitter over their report: