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Project Veritas Catches CRT Peddler Admitting to Skirting the Law

'I would say I’m a good salesman, but I’m also an evil salesman...'

(Ken Silva, Headline USAUndercover journalism outlet Project Veritas released its latest investigation Tuesday, releasing footage of an educator in Georgia admitting to including critical race theory in school curriculums—a practice that likely violates the state’s law banning CRT in public schools.

Project Veritas identified the educator caught on camera as Quintin Bostic, a content manager for The Teaching Lab—a contractor that designs curriculums for schools. According to Project Veritas, Bostic received his PhD in education from Georgia State University and had his teaching license revoked in 2017.

Bostic is seen on video talking about how he stealthily includes CRT curriculum by describing it as “diversity, equity, and inclusion.”

 “If you don’t say the words ‘critical race theory,’ you can technically teach it,” he said. “They have no clue [what is in my curriculum] and I’m like, ‘This is great! This is good!’”

Bostic told the undercover Project Veritas reporter that he “would get nailed” if Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp’s wife, who was a teacher, were to find out what he is doing.

Kemp signed a law last August prohibiting any instruction that asserts that the U.S. is “fundamentally racist” or that says individuals “should feel anguish, guilt or any other form of discomfort or stress” because of their race. The bill does not mention CRT by name.

Bostic divulged his motivations for his actions, saying he wants to influence children and their parents—and make a lot of money in the process. Bostic is seen nodding and smiling when the Project Veritas reporter asked him, “So you’re making money off of ignorant parents?”

Bostic also described himself as an “evil salesman” while unwittingly talking to Project Veritas.

“I would say I’m a good salesman, but I’m also an evil salesman,” he said. “Basically, [the money] goes right to my account.”

Bostic has locked or removed his social media accounts, and could not be reached for comment.

The Teaching Lab, which describes itself as a “non-profit organization whose mission is to fundamentally shift the paradigm of teacher professional learning for educational equity,” did not respond to a Headline USA email seeking comment.

Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe hosted a livestream discussion on Twitter Tuesday night following the release of the investigation. O’Keefe previewed that a second part of the investigation will be released later, and will show what Bostic “really thinks” about The Teaching Lab.

O’Keefe lauded his undercover reporter for the work put into the expose, but questioned whether it will result in action.

“It’s very rare you get one of these PhD guys on tape saying, ‘I am breaking the law.’

The question now is: What’s going to happen to this guy?” O’Keefe pondered.

“It’s a Republican administration in Georgia, but the county district attorney might have jurisdiction—that’s Fulton County and Cobb County.

“I think everyone craves accountability in this country.”

Ken Silva is a staff writer at Headline USA. Follow him at twitter.com/jd_cashless.

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