Connecticut Assistant Principal Jeremy Boland was the subject of an undercover report on Tuesday. Boland was caught on video admitting to discriminatory hiring practices and using teachers to help push a political agenda on elementary school students. James O’Keefe, chief rouser of rabble at Project Vertias (the independent journalist organization that released the expose) tried to get a follow-up response from Boland. He was threatened with arrest for “trespassing” in a public place.
In the video, Boland had said of his hiring practices, “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. If someone is raised hardcore Catholic, it’s like, they’re brainwashed–you can never change their mindset.”
When it came to what critics call indoctrinating a captive audience of school children, Boland proclaimed “More progressive teachers are actually more savvy about delivering a Democratic message without really ever having to mention politics.”
O’Keefe, who has been known to confront subjects of videos once they’re released, confronted Bolaand at a restaurant to allow him an opportunity to defend his comments. Boland declined. Police were called. An officer of the law informed O’Keefe, “If you’re trespassing, you’re going to get locked up, and I’m pretty sure you’re going to be on the news as well.”
As reported here on the Louder with Crowder Dot Com website on Wednesday, it was unclear if the response to Project Veritas’ expose would be: “I was taken out of context” or “We’ve placed him on paid leave pending a full investigation.” Boland was placed on leave pending a full investigation. If you guessed that, you were right.
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