"Federal agencies are wasting money and abusing employees through these left-wing and racially inflammatory indoctrination programs," wrote Tom Fitton, President of Judicial Watch.
For those of you who believe sensitivity training promotes unity and understanding of the differences of opinion and cultures, you may what to stop reading unless you're willing to have those perceptions challenged, paid for with your tax dollars.
Judicial Watch this week unleashed a fresh batch of not to be publicly viewed videos of a United States Department of Agriculture sensitivity training class.
Trainer Samuel Betances of Souder, Betances and Associates charged the federal government $200,000 for sensitivity training classes in 2011 and 2011, and more than $3.3 over the past five years.
In these so-called emotional intelligence classes attendees were asked to admit that their employment by the federal government makes them complicit in discriminatory practices.
"See, if you work for a federal agency, it doesn't matter if it's DOD, Commerce, Labor, Education, Housing, every agency has discriminated, because every agency reflects the values of the generation in charge," he adds.
Watch for yourself:
In another clip Betances says that for those who say Mexican should go back where they came from, Betances seems to remind his audience that many wouldn't have to cross any U.S. border.
"Mexicans came to this country last night illegally; never mind that the United States expanded and took over what used to be Mexico. If the truth be known, in a lot of these circumstances, if you tell some of these Mexicans 'Go back where you came from,' they go to Texas, California, Arizona," he says.
Judicial Watch highlighted another clip in which Betances speaks about the Founding Fathers basing our current form of government on that of Native Americans' system of government.
"It is downright disgraceful that American taxpayers are forced to pay for this ridiculous indoctrination program. This 'cultural transformation' program has nothing to do with improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the USDA workforce and everything to do with brainwashing federal employees," said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.