It’s bad enough that teachers across the country are demanding that they be able to teach young children about inappropriate sexual topics, including radical gender ideology.
But even worse, Fox News reports, is that there seems to be an alarming number of teachers being involved in sexual misconduct situations with students — to the tune of nearly one teacher or teachers’ aide being arrested on such charges per day.
Fox News analyzed the data for the disturbing report, and only included cases that were publicized — meaning the true number could be insanely higher.
Notably, the vast majority of alleged offenders were male teachers or aides.
The charges included in the analysis ranged from possession of child pornography to child rape.
Fox News noted: “The analysis found that at least 135 teachers and teachers’ aides have been arrested in 41 states between January 1 and May 13, which works out to about an arrest a day on average.”
It added: “The 135 educators included 117 teachers, 11 teachers’ aides and seven substitute teachers.”
Fox added that a number of the arrests were based on “especially heinous allegations.”
“Obviously the vast majority of teachers are good — albeit too silent. However — when schools began to teach radical sexual indoctrination it attracted the obvious — predators. This is why sexuality should be completely separated from schools,” one Twitter user wrote.
Another user wrote: “Does this answer your question on why they got mad about not being able to teach sex to children k – 3rd grade? ‘At least 135 teachers, aides charged with child sex crimes this year alone.’ How many were not caught?”
“It’s a big number. Over 500/year. And those ones reported and charged. How many weren’t found out? When we speak of Groomers, we speak of these turds!” a third Twitter user added.
Parents already have to worry about their children being brainwashed by radical progressive whackjobs with disgusting worldviews. The last thing parents need worry about is if their children will be safe in the classroom. Perhaps this story could lead the charge of installing parental-access cameras in every classroom.