School District Cuts Ties With LGBTQ Group After Undercover Project Veritas Video

A Placer County school district cut ties with a Loomis pastor after Project Veritas, an organization known for recording undercover video, posted clips of the Landing Spot founder discussing the LGBTQ+ peer support group’s mentorship of transgender teens and how it communicates with parents.

More than a week later, the subject of the Project Veritas video, Casey Tinnin-Martinez, pastor of the Loomis Basin Congregational United Church of Christ, said he has received multiple death threats and had protesters outside his home. No legal action has been taken against the conservative activist group.

In an interview Tuesday, Tinnin-Martinez declined to comment on the status of his legal inquiry, but said he had received an “outpouring” of support “not just locally but from across the world.”

The video, which has received 1.7 million views on Twitter, depicts Tinnin-Martinez at a restaurant in which he was allegedly recorded without his permission as he discussed mentoring transgender teens and children through his church and peer support group. . .

“We used to meet at the church because it was free, and kids would say they’re going to ‘youth group,’ right?” Tinnin-Martinez said. “We moved to the library because kids said they were meeting their friends at the library. So it’s not lying, but it’s not fully the truth, right? But it keeps them safe, and that’s all I f—— care about.”

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