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Project Veritas released an undercover video on Tuesday that showed Michael Beller (principal counsel of the partially taxpayer-funded Public Broadcasting Service) saying some pretty incredible things.

The video, which is available here, shows Beller suggesting that even if Joe Biden wins the election, “we go for all the Republican voters and Homeland Security will take their children away. And we’ll put them into re-education camps.”

Beller said, “Trump is close to Hitler.” And, if Biden doesn’t win, people should go to the White House and throw Molotov Cocktails.

Beller suggested Trump supporters are raising a generation of “intolerant, horrible people — horrible kids.”

He described “enlightenment camps” as “nice.”

“They have Sesame Street characters in their classroom and they watch PBS all day,” he said.

Beller also talked about living in a town or state where “everybody’s just stupid,” unlike D.C. where people are educated and know stuff.

He celebrated the fact that COVID is “spiking in all the red states.”

“Either those people won’t come out to vote for Trump, you know the red states, or a lot of them are sick and dying,” he said.

While some media outlets report Beller was fired, the Associated Press said he resigned.

Either way, Beller is no longer serving in his previous capacity at PBS.

Author: Jacob Hall