From the mixed-up files, Gaza Solidarity Camp edition

In the eruption of support for Hamas and hatred of the Jewish people at Columbia University’s Gaza Solidarity Encampment, we have discovered a humorous sidebar. Olivia Reingold originally dredged up lost-and-found entries from the mixed-up files of the encampment and posted them on X.

Can you top that? The degree of difficulty is high, yet Washington Free Beacon humorist Andrew Stiles rises to the challenge in “7 Hilariously Sad Entries in the Lost and Found Chat at Columbia’s Anti-Israel Protest Camp.” It’s hard to choose a favorite from Stiles’s inspired additions to the mixed-up files. I offer the one below only as an example. Warning: This is satire.

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