San Francisco Union Official Admits to Hitting Students

James O’Keefe and Project Veritas has done it again. Just a couple of weeks ago they unmasked the corruption within the New York City teachers unions, where officials worked hard to defend a man they suspected of sexually assaulting several of his students.

This video by James O’Keefe exposes a San Francisco teachers union official admitting that he hit a student. Antonio Mankini of San Francisco United Educators was caught on hidden-camera telling a journalist about his experience with hitting students.

Two Project Veritas journalists went undercover–one posed as a friend of a teacher who hit a student, and the second posed as the teacher himself. When the teacher expressed guilt, Mankini told him not to worry because there was “no evidence.”

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