An undercover video (below) released on Oct. 29 shows an administrator at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York, shredding a pocket-size copy of the U.S. Constitution in an effort to help a troubled female "student," who is actually an undercover activist for the organization.
The video was produced by Project Veritas, a non-profit organization founded by conservative journalist James O’Keefe.
In the video, the activist tells empathetic college administrators that she feels stressed out and "triggered" by people handing out the Constitution on campus, notes Campus Reform.
The activist says she had trouble breathing, hyperventilated and experienced blurry vision in response to being offered a copy of the founding document.
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The activist later suggests shredding the Constitution as a type of therapy, which an administrator agrees to do for her.
The administrator takes the activist into another office and shreds the Constitution, page by page, in an effort to help the troubled "student."
O’Keefe appears throughout the video as a life-size, walk-around version of the U.S. Constitution, giving out copies to students on campus, while trying unsuccessfully to pick up girls.
Jeffrey Kosmacher, Director of Media Relations and Public Affairs at Vassar College, reportedly refused to comment to Campus Reform.
Project Veritas also filmed an undercover video at Oberlin College in Ohio, where sympathetic professors discussed flaws in the Constitution with the undercover activist, reports The Daily Caller.
None of the professors at Oberlin College submitted comments to Campus Reform.