Project Veritas: Assistant Principle Brags About Indoctrinating Students And Refusing to Hire Catholics


    by Darian Alexander, Big League Politics:

    Has leftism become its own form of a radical religion? A video leaked by Project Veritas Tuesday showed the Assistant Principle of Cos Cob Elementary School in Connecticut proudly talking about his refusal to hire any teacher who is Catholic and how he has his hired schoolteachers sneak leftist thinking into their instruction.

    “You’re teaching them how to think. That’s it. It doesn’t matter what they think about. If they think about it in a logical, progressive way, that becomes their habit,” said Boland in a video recorded by an undercover journalist with Project Veritas.”So, you kind of like, gear them to think in a more liberal way?” the Project Veritas journalist asked in response.

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    “Mhm,” answered Boland. “Believe it or not, the open-minded, more progressive teachers are actually more savvy about delivering a Democratic message without really ever having to mention their politics.”

    “It’s subtly. They’ll never say, ‘oh, this is a liberal or a Democratic way of doing this.’ They’ll just make that the norm. And this is how we handle things, it’s subtle,” he continued.”And that’s how you get away with it?” asked the journalist.
    “That’s how you get away with it,” Boland affirmatively replied.

    Project Veritas’ undercover journalist then questioned Boland on how he can engage in such politicized teaching without any complaints from parents.

    “They can find out, so long as you never mention the politics of it,” he replied.
    “And then later down the line they’re gonna vote Democrat and you will have done a great service to our country,” the journalist added.”I hope,” answered Boland with a nod.Another part of the video showed Boland admitting on camera that his school actively practices hiring discrimination, specifically making a point to avoid teachers who are older, conservative-leaning, or Catholic.

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