Wed Jun 29, 2016, 01:54 AM
demtenjeep (23,812 posts)
Project Veritas striking in Kansas. The union president is strong and really representing teachers
WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) After hidden-camera video surfaced showing the president of a local teachers union making claims that he has threatened students with physical violence, the Wichita school district is investigating.
The man in the video appears to be Steve Wentz, president of United Teachers of Wichita. The footage was shot by an undercover journalist working for Project Veritas.
Project Veritas is registered as a non-profit organization that specializes in what it calls investigations using undercover journalists. On its website, the group's founder said its mission is to "investigate and expose corruption, dishonesty, and other misconduct in both public and private institutions".
The latest video is the fourth of a series focused on what it calls systemic corruption in teachers unions across the country.
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Wed Jun 29, 2016, 04:43 AM
Vogon_Glory (5,241 posts)
1. Project Veritas, Hunh? The Koch-roaches Are Swarming Again
Poor, bleeding Kansas. So O'Kreepy's crowd has decIded to attack teachers' unions and, by extension, public education? I guess they have to do some favors for their paymasters.
A teacher is supposedly "threatening" his students with physical violence? I am old enough to remember when not only making such threats, but carrying them out was the norm. This, from the crowd whose "solution" to the threat of violence within schools is to arm teachers with handguns?I find the crocodile tears, not to mention the undoubtedly edited video, to be highly ironic.
Is it too much to hope that a passing tornado would blow some of O'Kreepy's playmates to Oz and the Good Witch Glinda would then send them on a free package tour to the Deadly Desert?