Yale, Cornell And Other Schools Caught Dishonoring Our Country

Conservative group Project Veritas Action released a video on Tuesday showing administrators at Vassar and Oberlin Colleges and Yale, Cornell and Syracuse Universities agreeing to rip up the Constitution.

An investigator posed as a student while wearing a hidden camera. The undercover student then said to a Vassar administrator I didn't think this would happen, but I realized that the Constitution is kind of a trigger for me. Overall I see it just as a really oppressive document.

Each of the staff members at the five schools supported her request to destroy the document. Lead Title IX investigator at Cornell Elizabeth McGrath said, "Well, I think that the Constitution means things to different people; like you said it is a flawed document and the people who wrote it are certainly flawed individuals in my mind."

The student asked McGrath "Is there any way that maybe like we can get rid of it somehow or I can just see that like maybe it will be like therapy for me, like if you can like shred it or something?" McGrath obliged.

James O'Keefe, known for exposing the sale of 'Obamaphones' in Cleveland and bringing down the liberal organizing group ACORN with a prostitution sting said, "Using a shredder, scissors, and bare hands to destroy the U.S. Constitution, makes you stop and think: where did we go wrong? In this latest investigative series we have been to five schools so far and the results have been frightening at each one."

Joel M Malina, Cornell vice president for university relations, said that the administrator, “whatever her personal views”, was “appropriately focused on addressing the apparently urgent need of the person before her and not on any larger political context.”

Oberlin spokesman Scott Wargo said, “Posing as a student in crisis, secretly recording a private conversation and then strategically editing the footage in order to support a specific, predetermined agenda is deplorable.”

In a third video released by Project Veritas, officials at Duke University and North Carolina University declined to shred the Constitution.

O'Keefe went on to say "When this idea came up in our newsroom about campus administrators shredding the Constitution because it's a trigger against students, we didn't think people would actually fall for it. We underestimated just how stupid and politically correct these people are."

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