Tonight on The Glenn Beck Program, Glenn interviewed a whistleblower from the USDA who attended the
“Cultural Sensitivity Training” held by Dr. Betances where attendees were asked to chant pro-illegal immigration comments. The video of Dr. Betances’s speech was a shocking example of indoctrination, all funded by the U.S. taxpayers.
Watch a clip of the speech below:
Tom Fitton, President of Judicial Watch, also joined Glenn on set and told Glenn “If this is not brainwashing I don’t know what is.”
“We were invited to attend the event, obviously, and I will say it was an invitation, but we were certainly highly encouraged to go as a part of our ‘cultural transformation’ initiative,” the whistleblower said. “And he went into the whole conversation about pilgrims. And it was at that point that I said, ‘I’m done’ and I got up and left.”
According to TheBlaze, he has reportedly been paid $2.8 million by the Department of Defense alone and $3.3 million total.
Fitton said that this was only uncovered because a whistleblower called in and alerted them. He warned that people often don’t realize that these types of seminars can become cult-like and when everyone is required no one tends question.
The whisteblower told Glenn he was offended by Dr. Betances use of the word “Bam” as affirmation for the ideas that he was spouting, similar to the way “Amen” is used in churches in the South.
Glenn asked the whistleblower why more people didn’t get up and leave during the controversial remarks.
“I have to think some of them — there probably was some intimidation, the idea that they need to be there or should be there. I think some of them, frankly, buy into the idea,” he replied.
The whistleblower told Glenn that he wished to remain anonymous because he feared reprisal from the government for speaking out.
“I’ve never seen this in our government. Ever,” Glenn said.
Fitton told Glenn that Dr. Betances’s company also had The House of Representatives as a client. He encouraged Glenn’s viewers to reach out to their Congressmen about this story.
You can find details on how to contact your representatives HERE.