In Riverside, California, the worst possible horror has come to pass. A confirmed boy-on-boy third grade sexual assault incident has occurred, and two teachers have been placed on leave for the atrocity. How could this have happened? Two boys, barely nine years old involved in a sexual assault case is a nightmare scenario, but more than this, it is indicative of cultural depravity that cannot be adequately put into words. To begin to fathom such acts is to come to the realization that American culture is not just in a free fall, but experiencing complete death. Sex at this age is taboo, but sexual assault is unthinkable. But boy-on-boy, third grade sexual assault, with one student abusing another is uncharted territory. The rotten fruit of the progressive agenda has come to fruition in Riverside, California
What kind of evil is at hand in a third grade sexual assault? Truly it is otherworldly, something Satanic. Nothing could adequately prepare the psyche for fathoming how something so horrible could happen and no adults realize it or report it.
News of the action came as parents attended a meeting Thursday night at John Adams Elementary School seeking answers from district administrators.
This abuse went on repeatedly for over a year. The idea that a second grader had the know how and desire to sexually abuse another student of the same sex, continually, should send shock waves through every school and home in this country. Rapists and sexual perverts are being bred, groomed, and programmed. How are they being programmed? The homosexual agenda and a culture that propagates sex at every turn is responsible; selling it and proselytizing it as “good.”
“For something of that nature to happen in that classroom; some super severe negligence,” parent Joseph Paredes said.
The alleged abuse occurred over the course of months, dating back to when the two students were in second grade, according to the Riverside Unified School District. “One boy allegedly coerced another boy to perform sex acts,” RUSD spokesperson Jacquie Paul said.
The alleged abuse took place five to seven times and began when the Adams Elementary School students were in second grade, said Jacquie Paul, spokeswoman for the Riverside Unified School District.
“As soon as staff was made aware, the school contacted the Riverside Police Department, who in turn contacted Child Protective Services to investigate,” the letter stated.
Disciplinary action was taken against the student accused of committing the assault, the letter stated.
Officials at the school found out about the abuse Monday evening when students at an after-school program told a staff member that “they wanted to report something they knew,” Paul said.
The two students involved in the incidents were also in the after-school program and were interviewed by the principal that evening.
“The initial investigation indicates that the incidents occurred in a bathroom and a classroom,” Paul said at the meeting.
This happened in an after school program, right under the noses of multiple people. The sexual abuse took place in a bathroom and classroom, and no one reported anything for over a year. How can one punish a nine year old for sexual assault properly? Adults, guilty of sexually abusing children, find themselves targets of other inmates in prison. But this is boy-on-boy, two children engaging in abusive sex acts.
A society that has willingly and without hesitation forced God out of its institutions should not be surprised when children engage in deplorable, revolting acts. America’s embracing of homosexuality, promiscuity, and all forms of hedonism have led to this moment of truth. Third grade sexual assault proves that this rejection has far reaching impacts, some never considered. What have we done? A society that reject rules and God’s law and embraces violence will reap what it sows. The end leads only to death.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook and Twitter, and follow our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.
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