Woke assistant principal caught on video bragging about child indoctrination, refusing to hire Catholic teachers
Thanks to the investigative journalist group Project Veritas, Americans continue to discover just how corrupt our institutions have become, especially the public school system.
In an undercover video captured by a journalist working with the group and posted online this week
, the assistant principal of Cos Cob Elementary School in Connecticut admitted to not hiring Catholic teachers, bragged about it, and also talked about how the school finds ways to sneak in left-wing ideological 'training' and thinking into teaching methods as a means of indoctrinating children.
"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," the assistant principal, Jeremy Boland, said.
"So, you kind of like, gear them to think in a more liberal way?" the undercover journalist asked.
Boland responded in the affirmative, adding that "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," Boland noted further.
"And that’s how you get away with it?" the journalist asked.
"That’s how you get away with it," Boland confirmed. The PV journalist then asked this diabolical so-and-so how teachers could do that -- indoctrinate children -- without their parents finding out (though honestly, in deep blue Connecticut, most parents probably feel similarly).
"They can find out, so long as you never mention the politics of it," Boland 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 said.
Boland can be seen nodding in agreement in the video before adding: "I hope." How anyone can vote for the party of inflation, border chaos, expensive electric vehicles, 36 genders, 'preferred pronouns,' and grooming of children -- sexually and intellectually -- is a mystery to us, but there are far too many Americans who do.
Next, the conversation turned to how Boland and the school discriminate against older, conservative-leaning, Catholic teacher applicants.
"If people knew that you, like, didn’t hire conservatives though, do you think they would be pissed?" the journalist asked.
"I’m not allowed to ask their political leanings and they’re not allowed to ask me. So it just comes down to the questions," Boland stated.
"One of the questions that I might start including is something about transgender students, students that are — identify — what is it, non-binary?" he said before going on to give a theoretical answer a conservative-leaning teacher applicant might give: "Well, I don’t think kids have enough knowledge to make that decision [gender identity] for themself.
"Snapping his fingers, Boland then said that would be a trigger not to hire the applicant. "You’re out, you’re done," he said.
"I need younger [teachers]… but if they’re older, I’m not allowed to do that. I can’t tell them, 'I’m not interviewing you because you’re older.' I just don’t interview them," said Boland. "For one position, I think we had 30 applicants. So out of all those applicants, I don’t think I interviewed anybody over the [age] of 30," Boland noted further, allowing that older Americans tend to skew towards the right (and we simply can't have that around kids, can we?)."The conservative [teacher], who is stuck in her ways. I’ll never be able to fire her, and I’ll never be able to change her. So I make an impact with the next teacher I hire," Boland said."So have you found, like, that certain religions tend to be more right-wing?" the journalist asked."Almost all of them," he responded, adding, "I’m probably not a huge expert on religion but protestants in this area are probably the most liberal, but if they’re Catholic, it’s unbelievable.""If someone is raised hardcore Catholic, it’s like, they’re brainwashed — you can never change their mindset," Boland said ironically, given that he and the other teachers he hires are trying to brainwash students with left-wing ideology.
It's one thing to try and change an adult's mind with a superior argument and logic. It's another to corrupt the minds of young students who don't know they're being propagandized.
It's the hard-left zealots in America who are dangerous to democracy, not conservatives.