A video by an undercover reporter purports to show an assistant dean at Cornell University saying that members of the Islamic State group (ISIS) would be be welcome on campus.The undercover journalist then asks the dean if it would be okay to bring an ISIS terrorist to speak at Cornell and Scaffido appears to go along with the reporters suggestion that the Islamic State should hold a training exercise at the college.
The video, by conservative activist James O'Keefe's Project Veritas, features a reporter, posing as a Moroccan student, asking Assistant Dean for Students Joseph Scaffido about starting a club at the university on March 16. Scaffido is not aware that he's being recorded on a hidden camera.
The reporter starts by asking about starting a "humanitarian group that supports distressed communities...in the Middle East, northern Iraq and Syria." He then elaborates a bit, saying he would like this group to send "care packages" including food, water and electronics to ISIS freedom fighters and their families.
"There are a lot of our student organizations that do things like that all over the world," Scaffido responds.
The enemies of America aren't at the gates of our nation--they are working at our colleges and indoctrinating our youth.