Dr Carol Swain, Political Scientist, author of The Adversity of Diversity
To mark the first day of February, KLZ’s own Kim Monson came out swinging with a legendary interview with Dr Carol Swain, Vanderbilt and Princeton powerhouse who was plagiarized by Claudine Gay in the recent scandal where university presidents found it difficult to denounce the genocide of the Jewish people by Palestine.
Dr Swain discusses Claudine Gay’s plagiarism and the ensuing backlash. She lambastes the university calling it “duplicative language“, a laughable workaround to keep Ms Gay in power. She also makes thee case that Ms Gay should no longer be referred to as a ‘doctor’, as you must have an original idea, defend it to a committee and it is assumed that it is your work. Because she faked her way through it, Dr Swain contends that she would never have gotten tenure at a tier 1 institution under those circumstances.
She is currently working to gather damages for the copyright infringement, and she talks about how the good folks at Harvard have snubbed her requests for action against Ms Gay.
She also discusses the transformation of the Democrat Party over the last few decades, and what being a Democrat looked like in the 90s, before the advent of woke culture, accepted plagiarism, and the democrats’ new mission of spreading Marxism while keeping black Americans down by changing definitions and creating victim mentality.
“I think she should be fired, I don’t think that she’s a doctor and I think that … she should not be on the faculty of Harvard, as long as they keep her then she’s going to be their Dylan Mulvaney. Quite a few people have plagiarized (at Harvard)”
Dr Swain’s Bio
Born into abject poverty in rural southwest Virginia, Dr. Carol Swain, a high school dropout, went on to earn five degrees. Holding a Ph.D. from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an M.S.L. from Yale, she also earned early tenure at Princeton and full professorship at Vanderbilt where she was a professor of political science and a professor of law. Today, she is a sought-after cable news contributor and guest expert, a best-selling author, and a prominent national speaker.
In addition to three Presidential appointments, Carol is a former Distinguished Senior Fellow for Constitutional Studies with the Texas Public Policy Foundation who has also served on the Tennessee Advisory Committee to the U.S. Civil Rights Commission, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the 1776 Commission.
An award-winning political scientist, cited three times by the U.S. Supreme Court, she has authored or edited 11 published books including the bestseller, Black Eye for America: How Critical Race Theory is Burning Down the House and the timely Countercultural Living: What Jesus Has to Say About Life, Marriage, Race, Gender, and Materialism.
Ms. Swain is an expert on critical race theory, American politics, and race relations with television appearances that include BBC Radio and TV, CSPAN, ABC’s Headline News, CNN, Fox News, Newsmax and more.
In addition, she has published opinion pieces in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, the Epoch Times, The Financial Times and USA Today.
Carol is a mother, grandmother and great grandmother. She resides in Nashville, Tennessee.