Last week, investigative journalist James O’Keefe revealed Cornell University’s assistant dean of students being caught on video welcoming both terrorist groups ISIS and Hamas with open arms.
On Monday, O’Keefe’s “Project Veritas” struck again, this time showing a shocking new video of Barry University (Florida) student counselors assisting a student in establishing a pro-ISIS group on campus.
Amazingly, the Barry University officials, including Derek Bley, the Coordinator for Leadership Development & Student Organizations, only had a problem with the name of the organization, not the fact that the organization would be assisting a terrorist organization which routinely beheads and tortures innocent people, including women and children, around the world, and has vowed to destroy America.
“By all means we support any student wanting to start their own organization,” Frederique Frage, Associate Director of International and Multicultural Programs told the Project Veritas actor. “…the only thing, as far as the name, the thing is, because technically our country is at war with ISIS.”
“It is disturbing to see our nation’s university system festooned with professors and administrators that are sympathetic to ISIS,” said O’Keefe, the president of Project Veritas. “First, we saw this horrifying support at Cornell University and now we have numerous officials at Barry taking things even further,” he stated.
Barry University, located in south Florida, is considered a prestigious institution and counts as its alumni the current Prime Minister of Haiti and the current Attorney General of the Bahamas.