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PROJECT VERITAS INFILTRATES TEXTBOOK PUB

Heard a strong rumor that project veritas has been working over a year recording zoom calls, CEO calls etc. Will be releasing big news about price fixing schemes among other pubs, collusion, antitrust violation scams. Copyright / trademark violations / mass plagiarism...

Anyone else?

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They already did this in the K-12 textbook space. Look up Project Veritas Common Core. Somebody lost their job over it.

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Post ID: @gbt+18SwUFyc

I had to look up what PV was. No idea if this is true but Cengage would be the easiest company for them to ‘infiltrate’.

It would be funny but doubtful

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Post ID: @hgf+18SwUFyc

What is Project Veritas? But, no, it would not be hard to infiltrate. Most sales reps and especially sales leadership aren't incredibly bright and would likely be selling furniture if it weren't for the textbook industry. KS had all the brain power of a junior high football coach.

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Post ID: @axq+18SwUFyc

That’s what we need this week: more partisan hate talk.

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Post ID: @eft+18SwUFyc

True the NES’s were ridiculous, time wasting vapid cheer leading nonsense. They were indoctrination sessions nothing more and excessive. Anyone with any sense found them to be repulsive.

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Post ID: @fbb+18SwUFyc

It wouldn't surprise me at all.

  • Extremely liberal business.
  • Universally disliked. (Everone hates(ed) paying for textbooks)
  • Easily infiltrated and with loud-mouths everywhere

I used to always think that all someone would need to do to blow the entire lid of the business is show up at a National Sales Meeting and take video. For years, Pearson Custom held them at the Ritz Carlton. How completely tone deaf is that?

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