Project Veritas has released another installment in a series of undercover videos. Earlier footage has shown organizers for Bernie Sanders’ campaign threatening to shoot conservatives and commit arson if their candidate loses.
The latest release focuses on staff working for Elizabeth Warren; in it, they can be heard expressing their thoughts on race and gender.
One of them is Paige Harrington, a field organizer for for the Warren campaign in Iowa. She can be heard at 1:36 disparaging straight, white males, explaining that they “ruin it for everyone,” adding, “Nobody likes you.”
In contrast, Harrington had earlier voicing praise for “the queer staff and the trans staff,” stressing, “That’s where it’s at.”
However, not all of the campaign workers agree with Harrington’s approach.
One of them is fellow field organizer Angel Alicea, who at one point says, “At the end of the day, if we’re going to prioritize pronouns over making sure people have a decent standard of living, that’s wrong.”
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“At the end of the day,” Alicea continues, “we’ve become the party that prioritizes that (pronouns) rather than putting food on the table for working families, and it’s like, that’s why we lose.”
He goes on to complain, “Where I come from, nobody gives a f–k about a g–damn pronoun.”
Alicea also resents having to undergo diversity training and recalled an incident in which Harrington singled him out for being "the only straight (person) here."
Warren has been lagging in the polls recently, which seems to have prompted her to spend more time pursuing what Alicea calls "identity politics."
At a CNN candidates forum, the Massachusetts senator promised anyone she nominates for Secretary of Education would be vetted by the 9-year-old trans child who had just asked her a question.
“I have two qualifications that I talk about over and over for my Secretary of Education,” Warren began.
“The first: It has to be someone who’s taught in a public school, hello? And part 2, because it came from a young trans person who asked about a welcoming community and I said it starts with a Secretary of Education who has a lot to do with where we spend our money, with what gets advanced in our public schools, with what the standards are, and I said, ‘I’m going to have a Secretary of Education that this young trans person interviews on my behalf.’"
That comment lead comedian Bill Maher to later ask, " Is she running for president of Berkeley?"
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