Project Veritas: Legislators, Union Bosses Seek Funding for Digging Holes and Filling Them Back In

 Union Corruption behind “Green Jobs”

July, 2012

Undercover reporters posing as “Earth Supply and Renewal” — group dedicated to digging holes and filling them back in, meet with Labor Bosses, NY Legislator, and former NY Assemblyman, who tell them how to secure funding for “Bullshit” Green jobs.

James O’Keefe is the president of Project Veritas, a non-profit organization dedicated to training citizen journalists nationwide. James’ investigations expose corruption and malfeasance in major taxpayer-funded institutions, including ACORN, Planned Parenthood, NJEA, NPR and Medicaid. 

John Hutchings, member of the Broome County legislature, told the undercover reporters posing as “Earth Supply and Renewal” his opinion on taxpayer-funded grant contracts; “You know the Green Jobs — Green NY, between us, a lot of it is bullsh*t”. Anthony Tocci, business manager for Local 601, tells Earth Supply and Renewal “You just wanna(sic) get the money. Then you figure out afterwards” Former NY assemblyman Ron Tocci is also featured laughing about the irony of the company’s services: “One thing about it, it’s shovel ready.”

Mr. Hutchings: “When we go for a bill, you know, you’ve got to get approval of the Senate, and the Assembly and then the Governor’s got to sign that. We have a lobbyist for the Senate Republicans, and we have a lobbyist for the Democrats and that’s how we try to push our agenda through,” Also he did mention Tom McMahon (brother of Staten Island – Brooklyn congressman Mike McMahon)

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