"Operation Varsity Blues" exposes college admissions scam

Prosecutors have charged dozens of wealthy parents, coaches and administrators in a massive college admissions scam. Actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman are among the parents charged. USA Today education reporter Chris Quintana joined CBSN to break down the allegations and their consequences.

Comentários

  1. Margaret Mcree

    Margaret Mcree

    3 dias atrás

    I agree that the colleges can claim they have been victimized. Exposing the scam for all to see has taken the "shine" off a degree from any of those schools. Do you think HR will take a closer look ay applicants who have graduated from the schools in question? Their credentials have been seriously compromised.

  2. Margaret Mcree

    Margaret Mcree

    6 dias atrás

    If USC is a victim of fraud, could they conceivably file a civil suit against Loughlin and Giannuli?

  3. Michael Kensington

    Michael Kensington

    10 dias atrás

    The thing about race being an impediment to getting into the elite schools really only applies to Asian applicants NOT Blacks or Hispanics or other minorities. Blacks and Hispanics have benefited from affirmative action where as Asians have not. Asians have to score much much higher on the SAT, ACT, MCAT, participate in sports and other activities, where Blacks do not. So this idea that affirmative action helps all minorities is a farce and is just as unfair and unethical as these bribing scandals. Let your mental and physical abilities be the factor that get you into college not money or race.

  4. Paul Jenkins

    Paul Jenkins

    12 dias atrás

    The only federal laws applicable to the states are found in Article 1, Section 8 of the US Constitution. Considering those few regulatory powers granted to Congress, what federal laws, pray tell, were broken in this Operation Varsity Blues scandal? Think about this... I am fully aware of the lack of morals exercised by these parents, corporate execs, and college teachers and coaches. But, neither the FBI nor any other law enforcement organization has the authority to arrest and prosecute anyone who has not, in fact, violated an actual law or statute. You may call it bribery, but the money was paid to buy various services that would provide their children with an advantage in the college admission process. Again, what actual applicable statute was violated??? If you can't find the actual federal statute, it is likely that nobody else can either. The US Constitution provides Congress with no authority whatsoever over colleges. Even the Department of Education does not have any legal status in any of the 50 states. What is going on here is gross fraud, and it is being committed by the federal government. If anybody thinks that I am wrong, then be my guest to read the Constitution, particularly Article 1, Section 8, then find out which applicable federal statute the FBI believes is being violated, assuming the FBI has even indicated which laws are being broken. Then you will be in a good position to determine if the FBI or any other federal authority has any jurisdiction whatsoever. And if they don't, then you will be in agreement with me. As a side note, people should not worry about what wealthy parents are able to do for their lucky children. Kobe Bryant makes more money than I do. His net worth is about $500 million. So he is able to provide a better lifestyle for his family than I can. He can pay for a better education for his kids than I can. He can go shopping and never have to worry about the prices. And he will have a very nice retirement. Should I complain about that? Who would I complain to and what would I say? If a wealthy parent can pass some dollars under the table to a teacher or coach to provide his son or daughter with some extra college benefits, that is their business. I just need to worry about what I can do to help my kids. Also, there are no victims here. The school is not a victim. The teachers and coaches are not victims. The parents and other participants are not victims. And the other college students or perspective students are not victims either. Nobody is a victim in this thing. But now that the FBI has supposedly stumbled upon this so-called scandal, everybody involved has become a victim because of the grossly unconstitutional behavior of the FBI and the Department of Justice. And finally, you need to know that you are being played by Uncle Sam. This entire Varsity Blues scandal is likely being used as a federal test case to see if the American people can be manipulated emotionally to demand or accept "justice" on this issue without ever realizing that no laws have actually been violated. Right now, the FBI is operating under color of law. Will you Americans allow them to get away with this mafia-grade criminal misconduct?

  5. Thea Jones

    Thea Jones

    13 dias atrás

    Education reporter? He's a bit too late isn't he? Jesus we're f****d!

  6. IBRAHIM SHEIKH SYLLA

    IBRAHIM SHEIKH SYLLA

    Mês atrás

    The repporter is dealing with a lot of stress 😂😂😂😂🤷🏾‍♂️

  7. J H

    J H

    Mês atrás

    This is a fake attack on the wealthy to justify Trumps proposals to cut student Federal loans and Pell grants that help poor students.

  8. zokotu ckikazu

    zokotu ckikazu

    Mês atrás

    Why are people surprised? The system was always rigged/

  9. Shannon K

    Shannon K

    Mês atrás

    Jesus christ Chris. Eat a muffin

  10. Sam Sunwoo

    Sam Sunwoo

    Mês atrás

    College degrees are the biggest scam

  11. BOONIQUE

    BOONIQUE

    Mês atrás

    So the education system in the United States is giving rich so called "white" kids a handicap... Why am I not surprised? At least it's not giving ALL so called "white" kids a handicap like it has throughout most of American history.

  12. Ricardo Soto

    Ricardo Soto

    Mês atrás

    Where's Trump on this!

  13. Dawn Marie Roper

    Dawn Marie Roper

    Mês atrás

    What I want to know is, is college really worth all that money?

  14. Asand dy

    Asand dy

    Mês atrás

    This is exactly how Donald Trump got into college...explains alot

    • Mari Chiu

      Mari Chiu

      Mês atrás

      Asand dy- sounds very stupid. Not all wealthy people bribe to get in. Unfortunately the President is smart enough to be accepted in an ivy league school. Even how smart a person are, if you cannot afford the tuition fees, you are out of luck. And I don't see you being any of these qualifies.

  15. Jacqueline Carter

    Jacqueline Carter

    Mês atrás

    Singer said he's been doing this for 20 yrs. I wonder how far back they will go and what happens to all the kids that benefitted from it?

  16. CINDY GOLDMAN

    CINDY GOLDMAN

    Mês atrás

    People wonder why younger people are trending towards socialism. Hmmm

  17. Deborah Hoffman

    Deborah Hoffman

    Mês atrás

    If students with learning disabilities are getting into Harvard, what does that say about Harvard? Just sayin’. My son has a disability and because of this, he surely isn’t going to qualify. Such fraud hurts these people even more.

  18. whats4mehere

    whats4mehere

    Mês atrás

    They are all Democrats.

  19. faith hope&love

    faith hope&love

    Mês atrás

    How is it that about fifty people were reported to have participated in this college admission scam and the media keep talking about only two families? Why not interchange the names and put the rest of them in the spot light as well.

  20. Juliana Bearington

    Juliana Bearington

    Mês atrás

    Not sure it would be as big a "news" deal if Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman weren't involved.

  21. Aubrey Barker

    Aubrey Barker

    Mês atrás

    Tide pods

    • Aubrey Barker

      Aubrey Barker

      Mês atrás

      Tide pods

  22. Michael Kwon

    Michael Kwon

    Mês atrás

    What about affirmative action?That's also an atrocity!How come nobody's talking about it,like those two anchors who got their positions not based on meritocracy!

  23. Decipher Code

    Decipher Code

    Mês atrás

    Takes "Dumb Blondes" to a new level 🤤. Good punishment for this people! The Universities should also be exposed in this huge scam!

  24. Michael

    Michael

    Mês atrás

    Minority students do not do as well on the tests. The reporter indicates otherwise. I happen to favor some affirmative action, albeit very little, but the inference that the minority students on the whole have the scores to get in is simply not true.

  25. Chee Chalker

    Chee Chalker

    Mês atrás

    Jared Kushner? What about all the Kennedys? And Chelsea Clinton? And Malia Obama?

  26. natalieraye love

    natalieraye love

    Mês atrás

    Ha ha ha ha ua ha BUSTED.. THIS BEEN GOING THIS IS NOTHING NEW. The reporter paid his way also you hear the nervousness in his voice lol

  27. cornelia wissing

    cornelia wissing

    Mês atrás

    Was Boston uni. involved?

  28. cornelia wissing

    cornelia wissing

    Mês atrás

    Mr Singer really said he did this for 800 parents?

  29. Michelle Pannell

    Michelle Pannell

    Mês atrás

    Chris was so nervous here his body was shaking and even his voice. Ahw honey bunch it's gonna be OK go have a muffin dear.

  30. Littleblacklawyergerman Blakgerman

    Littleblacklawyergerman Blakgerman

    Mês atrás

    SHAME.

  31. Jane Fonda

    Jane Fonda

    Mês atrás

    the guest is more nervous than the suspects lol

  32. Salt And Earth

    Salt And Earth

    Mês atrás

    Morrie Tobin ratted Loughlin and Felicity out. Fascinating story here: Freemasonry symbols all over this story. Yale = Skull and Bones, 33 degrees (33 people charged) @t

  33. Danish D'Abreau

    Danish D'Abreau

    Mês atrás

    hey CBS and whomever- check into Penn State on this stuff too. JUST SAYING>>>>>>>

  34. McLovin the Irish R&B singer

    McLovin the Irish R&B singer

    Mês atrás

    I bet Olivia Jade, her sister and her mom got smashed by a few dozen people on top of that $500,000 bribe to get the 2 daughters into USC.

  35. Father Finger

    Father Finger

    Mês atrás

    This guy is sooooo FREAKING NERVOUS. HE IS A TRAIN WRECK.

  36. Denver Donate

    Denver Donate

    Mês atrás

    One of the most important parts of the Declaration of Independence is its preamble, and, more specifically, certain phrases contained within the preamble. Life, liberty and the pursuit of Happiness is unarguably of the most famous lines in American history. Jefferson states that everybody is entitled to the pursuit of happiness. It's important to note that the colonists took care in not just saying that every American has the right to happiness, but more specifically the pursuit of it. To Jefferson, this meant that when our government is doing its job right, we as a people are and should be able to find our own happiness in life. It's up to us to chase after whatever we desire and make it a reality and the only thing holding us back from pursuing happiness is us. Paying to have your test scores boosted, lying about playing a sport you don't play, paying a FAKE non-profit to channel the funds to the person you're paying off for favors......where do you see "donation" in any of these? Take that one kid and turn it into thousands of kids who may never go to college and obtain the education they need. Their studying didn't matter. Their diligence didn't matter. Their parents guiding them and motivating them to prepare while their friends are out partying didn't matter. None of it mattered. It's terrible, criminally terrible. Nothing will change until you get mad. br-channel.com/vision/video-MRuS3dxKK9U.html

    • Paul Jenkins

      Paul Jenkins

      12 dias atrás

      Excuse me, Denver, did you say "criminally terrible?" The only federal laws applicable to the states are found in Article 1, Section 8 of the US Constitution. Considering those few regulatory powers granted to Congress, what federal laws, pray tell, were broken in this Operation Varsity Blues scandal? Think carefully before you speak... I am fully aware of the lack of morals exercised by these parents, corporate execs, and college teachers and coaches. But, neither the FBI nor any other law enforcement organization has the authority to arrest and prosecute anyone who has not, in fact, violated an actual law or statute. You may call it bribery, but the money was paid to buy various services that would provide their children with an advantage in the college admission process. Again, what actual applicable statute was violated??? If you can't find the actual federal statute, it is likely that nobody else can either. The US Constitution provides Congress with no authority whatsoever over colleges. Even the Department of Education does not have any legal status in any of the 50 states. What is going on here is gross fraud, and it is being committed by the federal government. If anybody thinks that I am wrong, then be my guest to read the Constitution, particularly Article 1, Section 8, then find out which applicable federal statute the FBI believes is being violated, assuming the FBI has even indicated which laws are being broken. Then you will be in a good position to determine if the FBI or any other federal authority has any jurisdiction whatsoever. And if they don't, then you will be in agreement with me. As a side note, people should not worry about what wealthy parents are able to do for their lucky children. Kobe Bryant makes more money than I do. His net worth is about $500 million. So he is able to provide a better lifestyle for his family than I can. He can pay for a better education for his kids than I can. He can go shopping and never have to worry about the prices. And he will have a very nice retirement. Should I complain about that? Who would I complain to and what would I say? If a wealthy parent can pass some dollars under the table to a teacher or coach to provide his son or daughter with some extra college benefits, that is their business. I just need to worry about what I can do to help my kids. Also, there are no victims here. The school is not a victim. The teachers and coaches are not victims. The parents and other participants are not victims. And the other college students or perspective students are not victims either. Nobody is a victim in this thing. But now that the FBI has supposedly stumbled upon this so-called scandal, everybody involved has become a victim because of the grossly unconstitutional behavior of the FBI and the Department of Justice. And finally, you need to know that you are being played by Uncle Sam. This entire Varsity Blues scandal is likely being used as a federal test case to see if the American people can be manipulated emotionally to demand or accept "justice" on this issue without ever realizing that no laws have actually been violated. Right now, the FBI is operating under color of law. Will you Americans allow them to get away with this mafia-grade criminal misconduct?

  37. Karina Kelly

    Karina Kelly

    Mês atrás

    Aside the point of this video, but...the female reporter's eyes.

  38. valery mortensen

    valery mortensen

    Mês atrás

    Guess they got beauty not brains and parents don't think their kids have the smarts to get into college on their own

  39. Timothy Walters

    Timothy Walters

    Mês atrás

    The only deals these criminals should get is who gets a window seat on the prison bus .

  40. edith gold

    edith gold

    Mês atrás

    Those schools will definately have less applicants=less$ from application fees..

    • Moon Goddess

      Moon Goddess

      Mês atrás

      edith gold *definitely

  41. J Don

    J Don

    Mês atrás

    If you donate money to the school, you are not taking someone else’s spot, in fact you are contributing to other people getting in. What these people did was of no benefit to the school or students and in fact was harmful. I hope they all serve jail time.

    • Luis Parga

      Luis Parga

      2 dias atrás

      J Don

    • Paul Jenkins

      Paul Jenkins

      12 dias atrás

      +J Don "Actually it does deflect from your child’s score as it pushes their score in a lower percentile." -- J Don One drop of water added to the ocean does increase its volume. Right? But the effect is negligible, don't you think? Or do you still want to argue the point? "Also it is illegal, there was money laundering involved." -- J Don The definition of money laundering is: the concealment of the origins of illegally obtained money, typically by means of transfers involving foreign banks or legitimate businesses. Do you understand the definition? The money involved was not obtained illegally. Therefore, ..., are you ready for it, ..., there was no money laundering. "I think your parents must have padded your scores as well." -- J Don Do you really think so? Based on what? Typical liberal attitude. My IQ is 170. It doesn't mean I know everything, but I sure don't need my score padded. Listen, Tonto, if this is the best you got, you are wasting my time. If you really are a snowflake, please go melt somewhere else.

    • J Don

      J Don

      12 dias atrás

      Paul Jenkins Actually it does deflect from your child’s score as it pushes their score in a lower percentile. Also it is illegal, there was money laundering involved. I think your parents must have padded your scores as well. 🐲

    • Paul Jenkins

      Paul Jenkins

      12 dias atrás

      +J Don "It’s harmful because the school nor it’s students benefit. " -- J Don But they aren't harmed in any way. If you believe otherwise, then prove it. "Also, what is the point of having kids do standard testing that is compromised? " -- J Don That's a moral issue. If wealthy parents can ensure that their children pass the SAT with flying colors, good for them. It cannot affect my child's SAT score. That means every subsequent test result data analysis of ranking is wrong. " -- J Don Who cares. It is the test score of the potential student that matters. Anyway, only a few people got caught doing this. But many, many more have been doing it for decades, and probably ever since there were educational institutions. So what does it really mean? Nothing. What these wealthy people are doing is not harming anybody.

    • J Don

      J Don

      12 dias atrás

      It’s harmful because the school nor it’s students benefit. Also, what is the point of having kids do standard testing that is compromised? That means every subsequent test result data analysis of ranking is wrong.

  42. Ellie Si

    Ellie Si

    Mês atrás

    And whi is his voice shaking?

  43. Ellie Si

    Ellie Si

    Mês atrás

    Who are the other wealthy accused?

  44. Jo Anne

    Jo Anne

    Mês atrás

    Whelp. A lot of Asian parents are angry tonight.

  45. Paltiel Benyamin

    Paltiel Benyamin

    Mês atrás

    West Hollywood Testing Center says EVERYTHING

  46. Robert

    Robert

    Mês atrás

    They should lock them all up. Get the list of donors who "paid" for their children's seat from the university donations office and start filing indictments. This the university way of selling seats. It's the same thing, and then go after the university admissions!

  47. Suhair nejim-ludwic

    Suhair nejim-ludwic

    Mês atrás

    The golden globe that felicity Hoffman got should be taken away from her as the prize stands also for morality and substance of ethics

  48. Olivia Shaw

    Olivia Shaw

    Mês atrás

    The reality is THEY knew the truth and Every day looking into the mirror they had to reject the inescapable fact that one day the whole house of cards could fall.

  49. Deelyte007

    Deelyte007

    Mês atrás

    These rich people's children had every advantage in life from the very beginning of their lives. They have access to the best schools, tutors and other supplemental academic help. Yet, they still grew up to be too damn dumb to get a competitive grade on their SATs and ACTs, write a decent essay or effectively compete, on a level playing field, against their equally privileged counterparts. Some young black/brown students from inner cities are without any advantages, and, in fact, face a slew of disadvantages. Colleges enroll black/brown students everyday who overcome many odds and still manage to compete against privileged youth and in a lot of cases outshine them. That's what's wrong with these people. They're so inadequate on so many levels that they must seek out ways to feel superior. Well, the proverbial sh*t is hitting the fan and everybody close to this crime is gonna get blasted. Something tells me these are the same people who would say pull yourself up by your bootstraps and argue against affirmative action policies - which is essentially paving a path for qualified racial minorities who would otherwise be denied access. Aw, the hypocrisy.

  50. Jason peng

    Jason peng

    Mês atrás

    Why does this guy sound so nervous when he talks?...he comes off so sus..lol

  51. SoCali

    SoCali

    Mês atrás

    This isn't nearly as bad as admitting an unqualified student into a college just because they are black and that's perfectly legal.

  52. Saltponds239

    Saltponds239

    Mês atrás

    I wonder who at the IRS approved William “Rick” Singer's Key Worldwide Foundation as a charity and gaining an accredited 501(c)3 status with the federal government? Humnnnn

  53. Shepha372

    Shepha372

    Mês atrás

    What! Rich people taking advantage of the system and screwing over poor people?! Shocked. Just shocked.

  54. Flipibisni C.c

    Flipibisni C.c

    Mês atrás

    chris is extremely nervous

  55. Mariano Felan

    Mariano Felan

    Mês atrás

    Money changes everything

  56. Shimon Nyman

    Shimon Nyman

    Mês atrás

    Meh

  57. PHRED FINO

    PHRED FINO

    Mês atrás

    Hey MCFLY!!!!!! I thought i told you not to report here!!

  58. conn cann

    conn cann

    Mês atrás

    wow...the doj finally did something for the little guys by busting them.....it calls all of the colleges degrees into effect....fake grades....fake diploma's....fake fake fake colleges now.....going to be hard to get rid of this black eye

  59. jm m

    jm m

    Mês atrás

    FILE CIVIL LAW SUIT AND PUT PRESSURE ON UNIVERSITY/ADMISSIONS OFFICE TO EXPEL THOSE FAKE/LOSERS/CHEATS. THEY TOOK OTHER POTENTIAL STUDENTS' SPOTS WHO QUALIFIED AND DESERVED. THESE FAKES PLAYED ALONG THE LIE BY JOINING SOCCER / ROWING / TENNIS ETC. EXPEL THEM AND JAIL THEM. SET AN EXAMPLE GOING FORWARD.

  60. RANDY Sutton

    RANDY Sutton

    Mês atrás

    Is there a college scandal for low income families.

  61. Laura Anderson

    Laura Anderson

    Mês atrás

    dung of the devil

  62. MindYour OwnBusiness

    MindYour OwnBusiness

    Mês atrás

    Operation white privilege

  63. Seito Stockman

    Seito Stockman

    Mês atrás

    amazing that they can have this discussion without mentioning Jewish privilege in Ivy Leagues

  64. Micah Willis

    Micah Willis

    Mês atrás

    Alright man, we know about the 2 actresses, what about the other people involved. There are some other highly recognized parents who are rich and involved in this scandal.

  65. TimeTime

    TimeTime

    Mês atrás

    Wonder how much it cost to get George W into Yale ?

  66. TimeTime

    TimeTime

    Mês atrás

    This is further proof that the College system (the US educational system) is a joke and is at this point just a 'prestige' thing. Also, I think this is also why a lot of DIRT BAGS make their way into Colleges / Universities and DEVALUE higher education. WARNING: KEEP YOUR DAUGHTER AWAY FROM COLLEGES LIKE CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY, WISCONSIN THAT HAVE SEXUAL PREDATOR THUGS LIKE R. KELLY !!!

  67. keith g w

    keith g w

    Mês atrás

    Varsity blues will soon change to prison blues which I hear are very fashionable this time of year

  68. Miguel Leon

    Miguel Leon

    Mês atrás

    Fraud is the magical word

  69. Joe Jumani

    Joe Jumani

    Mês atrás

    Nice haircut mr. Quantanamo....

  70. EPS Global

    EPS Global

    Mês atrás

    People should not misinterpret this scandal justify admission of not qualified minorities due to quota!! Affirmative action should also be overhauled after they clean up this notorious scam!!

  71. jhunzio dionzkie

    jhunzio dionzkie

    Mês atrás

    People can be on the far left or right But for sure this issue will unite everyone against massive fraud that is against principle of meritocracy!

  72. Devilish Brownies

    Devilish Brownies

    Mês atrás

    Neither the parents nor the students were too bright, LMAOOOOOOOOO Stop trying to cover by saying that they are capable!! 1 million dollars????????????????????????

  73. geishasecrets

    geishasecrets

    Mês atrás

    This is the antithesis of affirmative action

  74. Hello Hello

    Hello Hello

    Mês atrás

    Why is this a surprise to everyone? This is the real world. Cmon now.

  75. Hero Hour

    Hero Hour

    Mês atrás

    This guest can't talk clear. My ears hurt

  76. John Culley

    John Culley

    Mês atrás

    This is the tip of the ice berg. The FBI ought to investigate how Saudi and Chinese students get into top American universities.

  77. Kurt Elliott

    Kurt Elliott

    Mês atrás

    So Elizabeth Warren, being a fake Indian is okay?

  78. Looking for Wyatte Earp

    Looking for Wyatte Earp

    Mês atrás

    These celebrities used their money and pulled strings to get their kids into the University's and now they're going to use their money and pull string to get themselves out of a prison sentence and just get a slap on the wrist.

    • Kezan Cloud

      Kezan Cloud

      Mês atrás

      And where is this money going to? Oh i know law enforcement!

  79. Tammy

    Tammy

    Mês atrás

    U already have the advantage!!!! u have the money to pay for your kids education and u spend ridiculous amounts MORE to cheat your way in... I hope they make them pay in the way of funding college tuition for kids who really earned the right to attend those schools but Cldnt afford it... which made some kids not even try to get in, taking spots sayin your kid is a “recruit” and they don’t even play the sport???? WTF

  80. Tammy

    Tammy

    Mês atrás

    Please call a spade a spade it’s called CHEATING

  81. Samantha Chicca

    Samantha Chicca

    Mês atrás

    1) The Colleges are not the "victims" - this stuff is common practice for YEARS. He's right, it's just about damage control... 2) Just an observation... I'm only seeing moms getting charged... you telling me no dads were aware...?

  82. Ānakhem Sekhemre

    Ānakhem Sekhemre

    Mês atrás

    MAGA = My Accomplices Get Arrested...👮🚓😂

  83. Crazy Gamer

    Crazy Gamer

    Mês atrás

    his nervousness is distracting 🙄

  84. MiL BoT

    MiL BoT

    Mês atrás

    couldn’t get into UCLA, University of Texas on their own??? Lol must be some real retards

  85. JustToBe Blunt

    JustToBe Blunt

    Mês atrás

    nervous voice on chris from the start, but got more relaxed, but he’ll for sure get past it. really good reporter!

  86. Jeff Harrington

    Jeff Harrington

    Mês atrás

    Dang this dude is nervous.....hard to listen to

  87. John Buse

    John Buse

    Mês atrás

    Get it, Chris!!! Nice find. Keep up the great work.

  88. Tony Parks

    Tony Parks

    Mês atrás

    br-channel.com/vision/video-rPBEXCcdJlc.html

  89. James Morrison

    James Morrison

    Mês atrás

    "These people are perfectly qualified to go to these schools." Why do they need affirmative action then?

    • James Morrison

      James Morrison

      Mês atrás

      +Terence Smith If someone is qualified to go to a school why wouldn't they get in solely based off their merits. And don't tell me schools are racist trying to keep minorities out. Thats ridiculous, the physics department at my school was opening every door to have black physics students and their just weren't hardly any applying.

    • Terence Smith

      Terence Smith

      Mês atrás

      Huh?

  90. Abash Ment

    Abash Ment

    Mês atrás

    The 4th Estate is protecting the other people involved in this. Why is the media only talking about two celebrities? There were 50 people arrested. Why no images of those people? Stop protecting these people from public scrutiny!!!

    • Theresa Selman

      Theresa Selman

      Mês atrás

      MindYour OwnBusiness and it’s soo wrong!! Just cause their rich they think they can do anything and get away with it!! Horrible!!

    • MindYour OwnBusiness

      MindYour OwnBusiness

      Mês atrás

      White privilege 🙄

    • Laura Gonzalez

      Laura Gonzalez

      Mês atrás

      The others either have favors called in or have something against those prosecuting them. That's the only 2 ways to protect yourself when something like this happens. Lori and Felicity don't have as much pull as they think they have otherwise they could have donated a building

  91. Salil Bhatnagar

    Salil Bhatnagar

    Mês atrás

    So I was rejected from NYU recently, I hope this was not why and it was my bad grades and... SAT.

  92. Mitchell Li

    Mitchell Li

    Mês atrás

    This isn't justification for affirmative action. There are poor whites/Asians/Arabs who suffer just as much from this stuff as blacks/Hispanics/Native Americans but don't get the benefits of affirmative action. A better solution is to give the benefits of affirmative action to low income families, regardless of race

  93. jordan dontworryaboutit

    jordan dontworryaboutit

    Mês atrás

    Only words I heard in this entire segment “don’t deserve to be in”.....I wonder what other connection I can drawl from those words...

  94. Mark R

    Mark R

    Mês atrás

    How is getting in because you can pay extra/bribe someone fundamentally different than affirmative action admissions. Both give someone an advantage they haven't earned. The anchors are wrong in assuming that AA admits meet the colleges minimum criteria, some may, but some don't. If they meet the admission criteria, they will likely be admitted. And how about Asian students trying to get into elite schools. Why not simply do blind admissions. All names and personal identifiers are removed, and the only thing a college sees is your record of achievement. That's the ultimate in fair.

    • Mark R

      Mark R

      Mês atrás

      +juriko why That's not true. I work at a large university. Affirmative action (not called that any more) admits do not meet the minimum admission requirements. They get more financial aid, ie. less loans, more grants, access to more tutoring services, etc. Many make it through, but the drop out rate is significantly higher than average. Not only is that a handout, but think about the damage it does to the ones who drop out. You go home with loans to pay, no degree, and you have to explain to everyone that you failed out of college. It would be better to guide these students to career training programs at community colleges, or apprentice programs. in high needs fields.

    • juriko why

      juriko why

      Mês atrás

      Mark R you’re assuming that people that got in to college via affirmative action did no earn their way in. Affirmative action doesn’t give handouts. You still have to be smart and fit certain requirements

  95. George Burdine

    George Burdine

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    It's in the books, probation and fines, with a little community service. White collar crimes really do pay off.

  96. Angel Martin

    Angel Martin

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    Wonder if Hussein's "daughters" will go this route?

    • X Marks

      X Marks

      Mês atrás

      Trump University does not exist aymore, Jared Kushner's father "donated" 1+ million dollars so his son could attend Harvard.

  97. Fish Fish

    Fish Fish

    Mês atrás

    that dude chris was shaking in his loafers

  98. Paul T Sjordal

    Paul T Sjordal

    Mês atrás

    If you got passed over in favor of a less qualified student, chances are it was a wealthy white student. That's why FOX and CNN try to distract you by keeping the conversation on racial issues as it relates to college entrance. That's all racism is: something to distract the white people while the rich white people pick their pockets.

  99. The Chosen One Illuminati

    The Chosen One Illuminati

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    America has a serious problem with our schools and education system. And I can prove that to you. Please answer the following questions. ( 1 ) In the 2016 presidential election, Is ChuMP the legal president ?? ( 2 ) If driving on the interstate highway, and you come upon a toll booth, Do you pay the toll ?? ( 3 ) In America their are 2 groups of people who do NOT pay taxes. Who are these people, and how do they get away with NOT paying taxes ?? Please leave comments below, and I will return in 24 hours to give the correct answers. Have fun everyone

  100. Chri S

    Chri S

    Mês atrás

    Varsity Blues, makes me think of movie from 90s

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