An Oklahoma middle school teacher who resigned from his job in April 2022 after Libs of TikTok exposed his extremely questionable postings is now teaching in another school district – and opened up to an undercover Project Veritas reporter about his anarchist beliefs, his desire to indoctrinate his students, and his plan to “burn down the system” in a video just released by PV.
In the Project Veritas video, Tyler Wrynn described the posting that got him into trouble while teaching in Owasso:
“So, I have a rather large TikTok following. I’m an authority figure. So, I [publish] a Christmas message of, ‘Hey, if your parents don’t love and support you for who you are this Christmas, f**k them. I’m your parent now. I love you. Drink some water. I’m proud of you.’”
The only thing wrong with that message, he says, is that he used the word “f**k.”
Wrynn is now teaching at Will Rogers Middle School in Tulsa, Oklahoma, just about 11 miles away from his prior school, and has a new TikTok vibe to go with the new job – it’s not quite so edgy, at least on the surface. But when you click through his Linktree to the student resources, it’s a repository for links to his secret curriculum, including a “BLM cheat sheet” and a page of petitions for activism. Of course, they’re all radical progressive petitions.
Since Owasso allowed him to resign instead of firing him, there was nothing on his record that would have alerted other school districts to the controversy. He explains:
They were super — they didn’t want to stand up to the parents….
But they definitely didn’t f**k me over. Like, nothing went on my record. I could resign instead, so it didn’t, like, tarnish my teaching experience.
In this new video, Wrynn demonstrates how much he’s thought about his plan, and the things that can derail it.
“The only thing that’s a problem here [in Oklahoma] is that House Bill 1775 or something. I can get my license revoked for it, for being too woke…Trust me, I want to burn down the entire system.”
“Eventually, you want to remove Christianity — or religion [as a whole] — from progressive thought, because religion is inherently hierarchical.”
Wrynn then admits that he “broadcast [his agenda] too much last semester,” and agrees when the PV reporter says, “There’s ways to introduce ideas without broadcasting it, you know.”
When Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe called Wrynn to ask him about his comments, he denied speaking about religion in the classroom.
“If I speak about religion in the classroom I can get it [teaching license] revoked, yes. But I don’t.”
Watch the entire Project Veritas video below.