— Mark Tinsley (@markatinsley) September 13, 2019
The scheduled protest at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia comes days after an article by Politico Magazine featured several current and former top staff at the school anonymously detailing unethical behaviours from Jerry Falwell Jr.
Falwell, who’s one of Donald Trump’s advisors, has denied any wrong doing and called for the FBI to investigate a “criminal conspiracy” against him.
The article used screenshots of emails for evidence, which Falwell has spoken out against.
“The emails are stolen property,” Falwell told CNN on Tuesday.
“And the fact that all these people in different states are joining together and sharing stolen emails with the press makes it a criminal conspiracy.”
Falwell was accused of using real estate transactions that would benefit his family or his close friends and having the university give business loans to his friends.
“There is no self-dealing at Liberty University,” Falwell told CNN. “I have never written a single check, have not gotten a single penny from any Liberty transaction except for my salary, which is approved by the board every year.”
One example of the “self-dealing” outlined in the…
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