Frightening: Over a Hundred K-12 Staff Have Been Charged With Sex Crimes

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The state of the nation is in a scary place right now for families with government overreach on our children’s education, medical care, and identities. 

But what is an even bigger concern for children at large is the predators and their brazen attack on innocence. 

You may think these perpetrators are hidden behind a computer screen or stalking from a distance but recent charges have revealed a horrific truth.

Children in the public school system are sexualized at a young age through sex education beginning in kindergarten and teachers promoting students to explore their sexual identity, as Mommy Underground has previously reported. 

And Planned Parenthood has been riding the coat tails of this scathing offense on our young people by admitting they sexualize children and promote abortions!

Now, it has been uncovered that numerous staff members working in K-12 facilities are being charged with sex crimes related to children. 

What did liberals expect?!

Fox News Digital reports:

At least 181 K-12 educators, including four principals, were arrested on child sex-related crimes in the U.S. in the first six months of 2022, ranging from child pornography to raping students.”

The analysis Fox News Digital conducted didn’t include child sex crimes that weren’t covered by the media so the actual number of educators charged with sex crimes is likely much higher. 

Included in the 181educators were 4 principles, 153 teachers, 12 teachers’ aides and 12 substitute teachers, in which 78% were men, Fox News shares.

Republican Sen. Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania attempted to halt the spread of the disease we call child predators by proposing the Elementary hand Secondary Education Act which requires all educational facilities receiving federal funding to enact the law prohibiting “passing the trash.”

This term refers to administrators enacting policies that will ensure sex offenders are not just moving from one district to the next continuing child sex crimes. 

To date, only 19 states require employers to request information on an applicant from a current and past employers, reports Elizabeth Johnston.

The crimes found in the analysis are horrific beyond imagination and were happening with trusted educators right under the nose of parents. 

In one incident, Elizabeth Johnston reports, a teacher who organized LGBT events for her school engaged in a sexual relationship with a teenage girl and had her move in with herself and her partner.

In a more extreme incident a teacher in Hawaii was filming himself in sexual acts with a child and sending it to another teacher.

Operations like this have been uncovered all over the United States, such as the sting in Virginia where 20 men were arrested for crimes against youth.

There are nearly 500,000 identified individuals in the United States trafficking child pornography on the internet,” according to Wyoming’s Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.

And left wing politicians are not only doing nothing about it in many cases but protecting those committing the crimes. 

Do not send your kids to school and other events led by others without asking the hard questions about those you entrust your child’s care to. 

Child sex offenders take for granted that they will not be sued, asked uncomfortable questions or be vetted because it is not politically correct.

What was uncovered here is atrocious and needs to be stopped at any cost. 

 

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