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Understanding the MASSIVE College Admissions Scam

It’s no surprise that wealthy parents are willing to go to elaborate, costly lengths in order to ensure that their children are able to attend the most elite universities in the country. What is shocking, though, is that we now know these universities are essentially willing to take massive bribes in exchange for accepting students who otherwise wouldn’t be able to make the cut.

Thirty-three different parents, including a number of Hollywood celebrities and prominent business leaders, have been caught paying massive sums of money to elite universities in order to ensure that their children are admitted, and these universities – which include prestigious schools such as Yale and the University of Southern California – have been caught eagerly accepting these bribes.

This scandal that has come to light is yet another unfortunate example of just how broken the higher education system in the United States has become. In addition to censoring conservative thought and creating an environment that only promotes leftist ideals, we now know that universities that were once considered beacons of academic integrity are willing to break the rules and grant admission to undeserving students so long as their parents are willing to pony up the cash.

Michael Knowles has more below.

~ Liberty Video News


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