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Two teachers’ unions oppose bill to prevent teacher-student sex abuse

Responding to the ever-growing concern about teachers having sexual encounters with students in the past two decades and the Government Accountability Office’s discovery that hundreds of sex offenders work in schools, the U.S. House of Representatives has crafted a bill calling for more intense background checks for teachers. You would think this would be a welcomed change by all teachers to make schools a safer place for learning, but that isn’t the case. Two of the most prominent teachers’ unions are opposed to the bill.

classroomThe American Federation of Teachers (AFT) and the National Education Association sent letters to Congress to voice their objections. The AFT said the heightened scrutiny would be an unnecessary lengthy inconvenience for teachers and could potentially harm innocent teachers if the FBI gets inaccurate information. The NEA claimed the background checks would lead to unfair racial disparities among those who teach in schools. Is the NEA assuming minorities who want to teach are predominantly ex-convicts?

Both unions have repeatedly stated many times before that they are the ones who have the best interest of kids in mind and that looking out for their concerns is the equivalent of that. But this latest stand they’re taking shows that the opposite is true. The concerns they expressed to members of the House are just smokescreens to hide their true purpose. These unions are chock full of liberals who were brainwashed when they attended university by their liberal professors into thinking that nothing is wrong with adults having sex with children. They are part of the crowd who want to legalize pedophilia and this bill would complicate that goal.

Why do I think this is their purpose? It’s not only because I have encountered liberal professors who admitted this is one of their goals, but also because a recent case in Michigan shows their hand. A male teacher, Neal Erickson, convicted of repeated sexual abuse of a teenaged boy, was defended by the Michigan affiliate of one of these unions. In spite of Erickson’s conviction, the Michigan Education Association has been fighting for the pervert to get severance pay to the tune of $10,000.

Overall, incidents of sexual abuse in the classroom has not happened to most students, but as the years progress, progressives will be looking to increase such incidents so they can brainwash America into accepting such behavior as normal, just like they did with the gay rights movement.

Source: Washington Free Beacon Staff. Unions Won’t Support Bill to Keep Sex Predators Out of Classrooms. Washington Free Beacon. January 17, 2014.

Harry A. Gaylord

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One thought on “Two teachers’ unions oppose bill to prevent teacher-student sex abuse

  1. The teachers unions are in alliance with teachers.

    Just look at how they represent these female teachers for SLAPP defamation lawsuits. Yes you heard me, criticizing female teachers is defamation in Canada:

    In Re Application of Ontario Principals’ Council, Gordana Stefulic, Vivian Mavrou, Varla Abrams
    Movant: Varla Abrams, Vivian Mavrou, Ontario Principals' Councel and Gordana Stefulic

    Case Number: 5:2014mc80186
    Filed: June 18, 2014
    Court: California Northern District Court
    Office: San Jose Office
    County: Santa Clara
    Presiding Judge: Beth Labson Freeman
    Referring Judge: Howard R. Lloyd
    Nature of Suit: Other Statutory Actions
    Jury Demanded By: None

    A 2nd court order by the Ontario Principals Council-
    Ontario Principals’ Council, et al. v. Hall, et al. – Document 4
    Court Description:

    ORDER signed by Magistrate Judge Kendall J. Newman on 12/20/13 ORDERING that Applicants ex parte application for an order pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1782 granting Applicants leave to conduct discovery in this district for use in contemplated foreign litigation (ECF No. 1 ) is GRANTED IN PART along the terms outlined in this order; Applicants may serve on Hall and Privacy Tools subpoenas in substantially similar form to those attached as Exhibits A and B to the application, setting a reasonable date for compliance; Hall, Privacy Tools, and/or any other interested person may raise objections and/or move to quash or modify the subpoena, as appropriate, prior to the date by which compliance is requested. Before the filing of any motion, the parties, entities, or persons involved shall meet and confer in good faith in accordance with Local Rule 251. Furthermore, pending resolution of any such motion by the court, Hall and Privacy Tools shall make appropriate efforts to maintain a nd not destroy any documents responsive to the subpoenas; Any documents produced pursuant to the subpoenas may be used solely for purposes of preparing for contemplated litigation in Canada, and shall not be disclosed to persons other than Appli cants or Applicants counsel. Other than the specific names, contact information, and/or IP numbers requested in the subpoenas, Hall and/or Privacy Tools shall redact any financial or other confidential information (such as government identity numbers, credit card numbers, etc.) related to the users prior to producing any responsive documents; Applicants shall serve a copy of this order on Hall and Privacy Tools along with any subpoena. (Becknal, R)

    Third court order by Ontario Principals Council by the same female administrators

    Ontario Principals’ Council et al v. Giglinx Global Incorporated
    Defendant: Giglinx Global Incorporated
    Plaintiff: Ontario Principals' Council, Gordana Stefulic, Vivian Mavrou and Varla Abrams
    Case Number: 2:2014mc00050
    Filed: July 11, 2014
    Court: Arizona District Court
    Office: Phoenix Division Office
    County: XX Outside USo
    Presiding Judge: Steven P Logan
    Nature of Suit: Other Statutory Actions
    Cause of Action: Civil Miscellaneous Case

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