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🎥 SICK: Long Island School Teachers Detail LGBTQ+ Indoctrination Plan For 3 Yr Olds In Classrooms

March 9, 2023

Project Veritas


[NEW YORK – Mar. 9, 2023] Project Veritas released a second video today exposing corruption in the New York education system, this time featuring two educators who attended the EdCamp Long Island teacher conference. Both individuals were recorded discussing how they promote transgender ideology to their students.

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  • Cynthia Clo, Special Education Teacher, Albany School District: “You can just be -- I don’t want to use the word insidious. The word I want to use is just quietly disruptive. Just, you know, as a classroom teacher, in your buildings, you put your little rainbow sticker up.”

  • Clo: “You could read the Jazz story or have your Drag Queens come in and read the Jazz story, if you want to. Or you could just quietly read books. You don’t even bring attention to them.”

  • Clo: “You know, if you’re writing a math sheet -- write a math sheet and put a picture of someone on there who’s like, you know, a non-binary looking kind of person.”

  • Mike Smith, American Sign Language Teacher, W.T. Clarke Middle School, East Meadow School District: “There’s a lot of opportunity for kids to have to go on hormone blockers, which would pause their development so that they have time to -- maybe have a few extra years to kind of think about where they want to go. Because the longer that you go through adolescence and puberty, the less you could do if that child really does identify as transgender and wants to be able to go a different avenue. Being able to do that is a great conversation.”

  • Smith: “These kids are coming up to me like, ‘I just want to share with you that I, you know, I identify as trans. Like, I really prefer this. Please don’t tell home.’ And then, like, I didn’t realize how many kids were like this…That was the class that I was like, ‘Let’s watch some drag. Let’s talk about it. Let’s have fun.’”

Cynthia Clo, who works as a Special Education Teacher in the Albany School District, suggested covert strategies for implementing her indoctrination plans in the classroom.


“You can just be -- I don’t want to use the word insidious. The word I want to use is just quietly disruptive. Just, you know, as a classroom teacher, in your buildings, you put your little rainbow sticker up,” Clo said.

“You can just do it on a quiet -- a book you read, the language you use in your classroom. The opening of your kids’ minds to other opportunities, to other pathways,” she said.


Clo focused her ideas primarily on how to affect students’ minds on the transgender topic.

“You could read the Jazz story or have your Drag Queens come in and read the Jazz story, if you want to. Or you could just quietly read books. You don’t even bring attention to them,” she said.

“You know, if you’re writing a math sheet -- write a math sheet and put a picture of someone on there who’s like, you know, a non-binary looking kind of person.”


Another educator, Mike Smith, is also featured in this latest Veritas investigation.


Smith is an American Sign Language Teacher who works at W.T. Clarke Middle School. This school is in the East Meadow School District in Long Island, the same district as Assistant Superintendent Dave Casamento.


Smith was recorded talking about hormone blockers and Drag Queen shows for young students.


“There’s a lot of opportunity for kids to have to go on hormone blockers, which would pause their development so that they have time to -- maybe have a few extra years to kind of think about where they want to go.


Because the longer that you go through adolescence and puberty, the less you could do if that child really does identify as transgender and wants to be able to go a different avenue. Being able to do that is a great conversation,” Smith said.


“If that student develops some more autonomy and wants to be able to make a big decision about whether it’s surgery or going on hormones, or whatnot, that transition is going to be a little bit more challenging than if they were able to have that validation earlier on in their life,” he said.


“These kids are coming up to me like, ‘I just want to share with you that I, you know, I identify as trans. Like, I really prefer this. Please don’t tell home.’ And then, like, I didn’t realize how many kids were like this…That was the class that I was like, ‘Let’s watch some drag. Let’s talk about it. Let’s have fun.’”




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