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WATCH: James O’Keefe EXPOSES School Board

When was the last time you were apprehended for looking Trumpish? It may sound absurd because it is, but when has absurdity ever stopped the liberal left?

Investigative reporter James O’Keefe has been busy exposing the corruption of school boards in America and his recent exposé is revealing, to say the least.

O’Keefe recently infiltrated a school board meeting in New Jersey where he was met with school board officials calling the police on citizens they claimed looked ‘Trumpish.’

What he uncovered next could only be described as collusion between these school board officials and local police to censor free speech.

O’Keefe released his investigative report on August 30 and claimed: “Police bodycam footage shows NJ School Board officials calling police on citizens they don’t recognize who look “TRUMPISH!” Police colluded with school officials to scan [the] license plates of all attendees who looked ‘different’.”

You can watch his harrowing and highly revelatory report below:

O’Keefe detailed what he encountered in the school board meeting: “Woman in the Orange Shirt an activist at NJ school board tries to doxx addresses of James O’Keefe to stifle coverage. ‘You have to state your address!’ A blatant attempt to suppress the free press.”

O’Keefe also described being ambushed by Senate candidate Joe Signorello. “NJ Mayor and US Senate Candidate Joe Signorello asks me for a OMG hidden camera in an attempt to ambush me. He then claimed I didn’t have a right to be at the Rosell Park school board meeting since I don’t have kids in the district. The kicker? He doesn’t either!”

Finally, O’Keefe recounted and presented his interaction with police following the school board meeting.

O’Keefe reported: “Shortly after O’Keefe Media exposed shocking viral bodycam footage—of cop questioning citizens’ “right” to attend school board meetings and other chilling behavior—New Jersey police captain announces “Review for Deficiencies” of officer’s conduct.”

O’Keefe concluded his report by sharing the official police response from Captain Thomas Smith:

“Mr. O’Keefe, it was nice meeting with you this morning. We responded to the Board of Education meeting at 11 Foxcroft Drive August 8th based upon a call received by our agency. The intent of our Department was to maintain the peace at the meeting.

Officer Pancione’s dialog with all involved parties will be reviewed for deficiencies and if deemed necessary, will be addressed via the Internal Affairs process.”


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