A North Carolina high school suspended a girl late last month after she accused a boy of constantly sexually harassing her. She said he would push her into a bathroom stall and put his hand down her pants and would then fondle her breasts.
The school claims they investigated the matter and found no evidence that any such attack took place. They then suspended the girl and instructed her to take a class on the subject.
So, why are schools suddenly not believing the girls? Ideology of course. It is no longer fashionable to accuse boys of sexual misbehavior because it does harm to their policy of allowing boys to enter the girl’s locker room.
Now, they need to blame the girls and let the boys walk free. What makes this story more ridiculous is that when the police confronted the boy, he confessed to the harassment. This happened at the Hawthorne Academy of Health Sciences in Charlotte.
The mother said:
“The school did their investigation, gave me a phone call, and said, ‘Hey, look, unfortunately, it looks like there’s no evidence that what your daughter’s saying took place did. We’re gonna have to give her a day of suspension.'”
“I said, ‘Well if the police are telling me that he did do these things, he admitted to them, and that I have the right to press charges, you’re telling me this didn’t happen?’ And she said, ‘Well, unfortunately, what the law does has nothing to do with CMS, so, unfortunately, we have nothing else that we can do about this.'”
Who at the school did the investigation? The Pink Panther? Corky Romano? Merrick Garland? Now, I don’t claim to be a detective, but if I were I would consider a confession as pretty good proof a crime occurred. At least it would do till something better came along.
WBTV reported that it has sent multiple emails to school and district officials seeking comment on the story, but those requests have largely been met with silence.
“District leaders review assertions of Title IX reporting problems and will take appropriate action in the event any review reveals action is necessary,” a district spokesman said in the lone email statement included in the outlet’s report.
Reporters for the outlet have also tried to question board members in person but have been stonewalled.
— Nick Ochsner (@NickOchsnerWBTV) November 2, 2021