2 Illegals Rape School Girl, Liberal Superintendent Offers 2 Sick Words

2 Illegals Rape School Girl, Liberal Superintendent Offers 2 Sick Words
Pictured: Illegal Immigrant and accused rapist Henry Sanchez (left), School Superintendent Dr. Jack Smith (inset)

Two illegal immigrants forced a 14-year-old girl into the school bathroom, where they brutally gang-raped her as she cried out in pain. Now, the liberal school superintendent is trying shift attention away from the illegal immigrants with a disgusting left-wing scheme, and he offered two sick words that should make anyone’s blood boil.

Henry Sanchez, 18, of Guatemala, and Jose Montano, 17, of El Salvador, were shockingly placed in the ninth grade at Montgomery County Schools in Maryland. Both had been detained at the US-Mexico border and both were being targeted for deportation.

As Mad World News previously reported, they gang-raped the young girl anally, orally, and vaginally in a stall of the boy’s restroom. An attorney for Sanchez says that he claims the sex was consensual, a statement that is not surprising. Now, Montgomery County School Superintendent Dr. Jack Smith has made statements of his own that wreak of liberal logic and manipulation.

Senator Ron Johnson, a Republican from Wisconsin, frames the issue as follows:

“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.”

Dr. Smith has his own spin on events, and his words have outraged many in the community.

“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 sent in an email Thursday morning. “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.”

Racism and xenophobia are the words Smith chose, declining to mention the illegal status of the two rapists. He is trying to shift the blame to parents and others in the community. Truthfully, this is a liberal strategy that we see in play all too often. Rather than focus on the issue, in this case, an inhumane crime, liberals try to frame an issue in broader terms that fit their narrative. “White Americans are racist, therefore illegals are discriminated against, therefore they are actually the victims even when they commit rape, etc.”

Republican Governor Larry Hogan is aware of the politics being played in this case and appears ready to take action.

“Why is an 18-year-old man in a class with 13 or 14-year-old girls? Why was his status not known to those folks? Why was he allowed to enter the country after he was picked up for illegally crossing the border—both of them? So there are a lot of questions,” Hogan told Fox 5. “My biggest concern is the Montgomery County School System and their lack of cooperation and the lack of information they’ve been providing. Not only have they refused to provide any information to us, but they’ve refused to provide information to the state Board of Education, which specifically requested more information.”

It is encouraging to see that politicians like Hogan are tuned into the issue, as liberals continue to hijack issues like this one as part of a larger agenda. We pray for a peaceful recovery for the young girl and for justice in a broken system that, hopefully, is now being repaired.

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