NEW VERITAS VIDEO: James O’Keefe Introduces “Emotional First Aid Kits” to University of Houston to Protect Students from “Microaggressions”
Video Highlights the Absurdity and Fiscal Irresponsibility of Campuses “Protecting” Students from New Ideas
UNDERCOVER: University of Houston Faculty Members Approve Ridiculous Emotional First Aid Kit Concept
O’Keefe Stings University of Houston Immediately Before Milo Yiannopoulos Addresses the Students
EMOTIONAL FIRST AID: A Humorous Video Message From James O’Keefe, Gavin McInnes, Guy Benson, and Lucian Wintrich
(NEW YORK) — In a hilarious, satirical new video released by Project Veritas, James O’Keefe once again takes on the overly sensitive college policies and professors who are mollycoddling students on campuses across the country. This video highlights the thought processes of two University of Houston faculty members who take political correctness to such an extreme that they agree to the most outlandish of scenarios presented by the investigative journalists.
In the humorous, fast-paced video, Project Veritas journalist introduce the concept of an “emotional first aid kit” while posing as members of the fictitious “99.99% Society” which was established for students who are emotionally disturbed by opinions which differ from their own or confrontation with any reality which contrasts with their world view.
The use of hidden cameras enabled O’Keefe and Project Veritas journalists to expose the reactions of University of Houston faculty members in a manner far different from the way they would have presented themselves to the general public. The video illustrates how publically-funded U.S. institutions of higher education are failing the American people with the introduction of concepts such as safe spaces, triggering and microaggressions, compliments of taxpayer largesse.
The video features several prominent conservative movement opinion leaders. VICE co-founder Gavin McInnes, Fox News contributor Guy Benson and Lucian “Twinks for Trump” Wintrich act out the roles and sarcastically repeat the quotes from the university officials in this thought provoking, culturally relevant, and enlightening video which highlights the absurdities of the modern college campus and political correctness run amok.
Also mentioned in the video is alt-right celebrity Milo Yiannopoulos, who will be addressing students from the University of Houston on September 19, 2016.
“How can [higher level university officials] let him come here,” asked Philosophy Department advisor Bobby Sue Schindler. “The British journalist, this guy that looks like a weird Anderson Cooper… I’m sorry, I just got sick to my stomach.”
This video is the first in a series where Project Veritas introduces yet a new angle on oversensitivity on campuses gone wild. Also introduced is a new Project Veritas musical track entitled “Emotional First Aid”, which has a catchy hip-hop beat, pop sensibilities and mildly political lyrics.