"I just see this as such an oppressive document that I was
completely shocked to see it on campus."
|Yale University Campus Official Rips Up U.S. Constitution|
"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. My personal feeling—and everybody’s entitled to their opinion—is that the people on the Supreme Court who wrote it against the same sex marriage were, you know, really out of their minds. They are smart people, and therefore I struggle to understand why they would hold such views".
In a sequel to the outrageous Project Veritas video, originally reported by Campus Reform Tuesday, administrators at Cornell, Syracuse, and Yale Universities join their colleagues from Vassar in ripping up the Constitution in response to a fake student's complaints.
The first video depicted two different administrators at Vassar agreeing to shred a copy of the Constitution in an effort to soothe the feelings of a "student" (actually a Project Veritas reporter) who claimed to have been deeply upset and offended when she was offered a free copy by a group on campus.
In the second video, officials at Cornell, Syracuse, and Yale all offer similar responses, though several of them, lacking access to a shredder, had to tear or cut the document instead. Like the first, it is filmed in the undercover style made famous by the 2009 ACORN videos produced by James O'Keefe, who is also Project Veritas' founder.READ MORE