Listen: Kyle, Red Eye Radio, Fraud discussed on Red Eye Radio
"Scam high Kyle you're on Red Eye Radio. Hey, guys. How're you doing? Good. Good. So I just wanna just wanna get your opinion, maybe new thought on there. So the kids who have been there gotten a degrees from the universities already. I'm of the opinion that the degrees of should not be rescinded regardless of how the kids got in. They still did the work so earned the degrees out there. Airs read through that process. So I just want to get your thoughts on that. But it depends. I guess on the on the situation because I'm you know, the ever skeptic. I would think to myself, wait a minute. They cheated to get in. How do I know that they didn't cheat or somebody helped them to get like a coach, right? How do I know that that coach didn't help their grades along? How do I know that this whole thing wasn't a sham and so I would have. Now. Wait, well, certainly by one college athletes do happens. We'll certainly and it should have that kind of oversight. So that means there really shouldn't be any exception to that that if they got through they got into the school fraudulently, by the way, this is all up to the decision of the schools each school will review it. They may go on a case by case basis who knows, but if they got in on on a fraudulent basis, then many will say they shouldn't have been there in the first place. We don't know that they will send any degrees. We have no idea. We're just speculating here as to how far a school could go, but it is up to the school. If they believe that that degree shouldn't have happened because it is a result of fraud. Then that's up to the school. And they they make that decision. I can see I can see a school Saint, okay? It wasn't the student's fault. They can stay. I can see in another case where they said, look, the student knew the parents knew they obviously knew they got into this university by fraudulent means we cannot in in in good faith, or for the credibility of our degrees and the integrity of our school allow this to continue where we're sending the degree, right? Because in some ways, they may feel like, well, we're we're essentially rewarding."