Tuesday, October 26, 2010

New Jersey Education Assocation progressive teachers call kids N-Word, talk about slandering Chris Christie: Christie responds. UPDATE: More VIDEO!

New Jersey Education Association teachers caught on tape talking about blacks kids with the N-Word, talk about slandering Governor Chris Christie, and living it up on your tax payer dime! Don’t worry, the media will surpresss this video. This is only Part 1.

NJEA Union Teachers call black students n*****, talk about slandering Christie, say they want to “f*** with kids,” and brag about rigged elections and voter fraud.
Directed by Christian Hartsock. Narrated by Michael Garrett. Graphic Art by Riel Phillips. Music by Brandon Martinez. Motion Graphics by Daniel Smith.

Christie responds...

Gov. Chris Christie comments on 'teachers unions gone wild'

UPDATE- O‘Keefe Releases More ’Teacher‘s Unions Gone Wild’ Footage Defending Context

This week, conservative film maker James O’Keefe released a new hidden camera expose on the New Jersey Education Association (the teacher’s union) called “Teacher’s Unions Gone Wild.” After it was released, the NJEA questioned its validity and context, and even accused O’Keefe of fabrication. Thursday, O‘Keefe responded to that criticism by releasing new graphic video from his organization’s undercover investigation — footage he says proves the documentary is true.

O’Keefe released the video on his website along with a statement targeting the union:

The New Jersey Teacher’s Union (NJEA) has questioned the authenticity of the reports released under our “Teacher’s Unions Gone Wild” Investigation.

Specifically, the NJEA claims that our conversation with one of their members, Alissa Ploshnick, was taken out of context.

NJEA Spokesman Steve Wollmer has stated in numerous interviews that when referring to activity in the hallway, Ms. Ploshnick, was referring to “students in the hallway of Clifton High School 20 years ago . . . and that’s what it would take to get a teacher to report them.”

To clear this up, Project Veritas [O'Keefe's company] has offered the raw audio of the conversation to many members of the media, and now to the public. READ MORE...

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