Bathroom Assault Denied

PUBLISHED: 4:34 PM 9 Oct 2018
UPDATED: 4:36 PM 9 Oct 2018

School Denies Vile Assault Of Student Following Parent’s Complaint

They claim that while they are aware of the incident, the parent’s are mischaracterizing it.

A school in Georgia recently denied a complaint against them that a 5-year-old girl was sexually assaulted inside the girl’s restroom by a “gender fluid” boy (pictured above).

Just recently, a school in Georgia purportedly had a complaint filed against it by concerned parents after their 5-year-old daughter claimed to be sexually assaulted inside the girl’s restroom last fall by a “gender-fluid” boy, who many experts agree simply has a mental problem and is mimicking what he’s being told.  

Shockingly, though, the school has since challenged the allegations, arguing that the girl’s parents mis-characterized the situation and that it basically didn’t happen.

Specifically, Pascha Thomas, who’s a mother in Decatur, Georgia, reportedly filed a federal complaint with the civil rights office of the United States Department of Education earlier this week alleging that a gender fluid boy at Oakhurst Elementary School sexually assaulted her 5-year-old daughter in kindergarten, in November 2017.

According to reports, the boy supposedly pushed the girl against the bathroom wall and then touched her genitals. Following the incident that purportedly took place, though, neither student reported it to their teacher.

After learning about what happened, Thomas then reportedly went out and had her attorney, Vernadette Broyles, file the complaint.

“My daughter stated to me that she was in class, and she asked the teacher if she could go to the bathroom. And the teacher said yes,” recalled Thomas while speaking to reporters about the incident.

“So she was in the bathroom and she was pulling up her pants, when one of her classmates came into her bathroom, a little boy. She tried to leave the bathroom, [but] the little boy pushed her against the bathroom stall. Basically pinned her up against there,” the girl’s mother explained.

“She asked him to stop, he wouldn’t. He took his fingers and he was penetrating her through her pants. She asked him to stop and stated several times that it hurt. He refused,” she continued.

“Once he was done, she went to class. I asked her if she told anyone about it,” she added, noting, “she started crying and said ‘No mama, I didn’t tell nobody, but I didn’t ask him to come in the bathroom with me. I didn’t know he was going to do that.'”

In the lawsuit, Thomas also, quite understandably, demanded improved protections for her child at school, which she accused of creating a hostile environment for children by “eliminating their expectation of privacy from the opposite sex.”

By saying this, she appeared to be referring to the school’s decision to keep a policy allowing people to use the restroom associated with the gender ‘identity’ that was passed under former president Barack Obama and recently rolled back by the current administration.  

Thomas has not yet, however, filed a formal lawsuit regarding the matter. Despite this, the US education department has launched an investigation into the claim, as well as the school’s bathroom policies.  

In response to the complaint, officials with the City Schools of Decatur, which is the public charter school district, appeared to completely dismiss the complaint that was made against them, which many would agree is extremely alarming.  

“We are aware of the unfounded allegations,” retorted Courtney Burnett, who’s a spokesperson for the district, while speaking to reporters about the matter.

“We fully disagree with their characterization of the situation and are addressing it with the Office of Civil Rights,” she added.

Unsurprisingly, the incident has also left countless others outraged.

One of the people who was most angered by what happened was Christiana Holcomb, who works as legal counsel for the Alliance Defending Freedom, which is a nonprofit legal organization based in Arizona that advocates for the right to free exercise and trains lawyers to defend marriage, family, religious liberty, and the sanctity of life.

According to Holcomb, the school district in Georgia “abysmally failed” to protect one of their students from an “absolutely tragic” attack.

“We would be hopeful that other school districts will take notice,” reasoned Holcomb after mentioning that she hopes the school ends up being disciplined.

“We are trying to ensure that every student is protected,” she explained.

Alarmingly, restroom policies where people can use the restroom of the gender they self-identify as are far from the only absurd policies currently being promoted by the authoritarian left.

For example, earlier this year, Jerry Brown (D), who’s the governor of California, signed a law to basically reenact net neutrality, which was an internet regulation passed under the Obama administration and has since been rolled back by under Trump.

Basically, the new law prohibits internet service providers from slowing or blocking access to perfectly legal online content, demanding extra fees from certain websites to prioritize their traffic over others, and charging customers for certain exemptions to data usage caps.

A few days before that, the liberal governor of California also reportedly signed a bill, known as “Senate Bill 1250 (SB 1250),” into law making it much easier for representatives to live in homes that are outside of the districts they had been chosen to represent.

As a result, lawmakers in the state can now pass harmful pieces of legislation without having to worry about experiencing the negative consequences first-hand.

Several weeks before that, democratic city officials in New York proposed and subsequently passed a new policy to let locals choose “X” as their gender on their birth certificate if they supposedly do not feel like they identify as either female or male.

The new legislation also, quite shockingly, reportedly removed the requirement to have a medical professional send in a statement recommending the change for the person.

Before that, a New York City democratic councilman proposed a policy to essentially fine anyone approximately $50 if they walk on a public sidewalk while smoking a cigarette at the same time.

And prior to that, a liberal congressman introduced a gun control bill to, quite absurdly, raise taxes from 11 percent to 50 percent on shells and cartridges as well as increase taxes on revolvers and pistols from 10 percent to 20 percent.