Study: $2.6 Million Spent By Ivy League Faculty on Hillary Campaign

Trump received a paltry $15,000.

While it comes as no surprise, the news emerged that faculty members from the eight Ivy League schools spent more than $2.5 million on Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign. That's 150 times more than the measly $15,000 spent on President Trump's campaign. The Daily Caller's Rob Shimshock reports

Faculty at Harvard, Yale, Cornell, Columbia, the University of Pennsylvania, Princeton, Dartmouth, and Brown spent a total of $2,609,943 on Clinton’s campaign and $15,190 on her general election rival, Trump, according to data culled from The Center for Responsive Politics.

Harvard University employees contributed the most money to each candidate, spending $770,685 and $4,009 on Clinton and Trump’s campaigns, respectively. While Dartmouth donated the least amount of money to Clinton’s campaign, $78,676, Brown brought up the rear for Trump donations with $40 spent on the president’s campaign.

Faculty at Trump’s alma mater, the University of Pennsylvania, donated $311,855 to Clinton and $1,702 to Trump, also donating more money to Trump’s primary competitors Chris Christie and Ben Carson.

The figures comport with what we've seen from the Left's collective histrionics over President Trump's speech in Poland wherein he defended Western civilization. Academia's leftward trajectory has, for nearly 100 years running, been systematically "reeducating" the masses through its revisionist history. 

The report can be read in its entirety here