Ivanka was disinvited from Wichita State University’s commencement ceremony last week after protests, but she released her video address online. “Our nation’s campuses should be bastions of free speech. Cancel culture and viewpoint discrimination are antithetical to academia,” Ivanka said in the video. “Listening to one another is important now more than ever!”
An attack video created by Meidas Touch, a progressive PAC founded in April by Kaepernick attorney Ben Meiselas, highlights Ivanka’s personal wealth and her assertion that her “greatest personal growth has arisen from discomfort and uncertainty.”
Meidas Touch videos are usually focused on President Trump, juxtaposing his own words, taken out of context, with dramatic footage and an ominous soundtrack, because that’s how fact-free propaganda works.