This clown should be fired:
After two illegal-alien teenagers were arrested and charged with the brutal rape of a 14-year-old girl in a Maryland school bathroom, instead of protecting his students, a school superintendent is accusing parents and concerned community members of racism and xenophobia.
As WND reported, the two illegal aliens, identified as Henry Sanchez, 18, of Guatemala and Jose Montano, 17, of El Salvador, were placed in ninth-grade classes at Montgomery County Schools, Maryland. Both teens were detained at the U.S.-Mexico border in 2016 and targeted for deportation proceedings, the Baltimore Sun reported.
Henry Sanchez, 18, had an ICE detainer for his deportation but felt safe in Montgomery County, Maryland, where he attended school as a ninth-grader at Rockville High School.
The teens approached a young girl in a hallway near the gymnasium inside Rockville High School during school hours about 9 a.m. on Thursday.
Montano reportedly asked her for sex. The girl refused twice. The two boys are accused of forcing her into the boys bathroom and then into a stall.
Montano pushed her into the corner of the stall and began kissing her neck, despite her repeatedly telling him to stop. He unzipped her top, forcibly removed her clothes and the two proceeded to rape her at the same time, then traded positions and raped her again.
She cried out in pain, the report says, but the assault continued. By the time it was over, they had raped her anally, orally and vaginally, according to the police report. The victim reportedly knew Montano as a friend but did not know Sanchez.
Sanchez claims he had consensual sex with the girl, according to his attorney.
Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wisc., chair of the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee, wants to know know if the teens arrived in the U.S. under President Obama’s Unaccompanied Minor Program.
“On March 16, 2017, a tragic event occurred in Montgomery County, Maryland. According to news reports, a 14-year old student was dragged into a high school restroom and raped by two teenage boys,” Johnson wrote in a March 22 letter to Thomas Homan, acting director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). “At a hearing March 22, Brandon Judd, president of the National Border Patrol Council, testified if Border Patrol had properly done its job, neither Sanchez-Milian or Montano would have been present in this country to commit this heinous act.”
Meanwhile, the “big three” media networks – ABC, CBS and NBC – have failed to report on the attack that’s making headlines across America, Fox News reported.
Parents have been protesting outside the office of Montgomery County Superintendent Dr. Jack Smith for days, according to Townhall’s Katie Pavlich. They also voiced their concerns during a public meeting Tuesday evening.
Smith reportedly fired off an email Thursday accusing members of the community of racism and xenophobia.
“While I know this tragic incident has become part of a national political debate, I want to remind community members that the lives of real students have been forever affected,” Smith wrote in the email, according to Pavlich. “While many have chosen to engage civilly in the conversation, far too many have crossed the line with racist, xenophobic calls and emails. MCPS is working with law enforcement to identify those who are making threats toward our students and schools. This behavior will not be tolerated in our community.”
The email failed to mention that Sanchez and Montano are in the U.S. illegally. The entire email is included at the end of this report.
But Fox News’ Tucker Carlson reported the Rockville rape: “To Dr. Jack R. Smith, the worst crime imaginable is not sexual violence against a child, but naughty language he considers ‘intolerant.’”
Incidentally, WND is reporting on another sexual assault case in Twin Falls, Idaho, in which the suspects are Iraqi and Sudanese migrants. That case, too, has sharply divided the local community, with many people organizing against ongoing refugee resettlement in the wake of the attack. Those who wanted to continue bringing in more refugees held counter-protests calling the anti-refugee groups racists. One Twin Falls city councilman, Chris Talkington, went so far as to brand the concerned citizens “white supremacists.”