Rage in US after illegals rape girl in school bathroom

Major news outlets ignore incident because perpetrators were illegal immigrants - aged 17 and 18 but nevertheless placed in the 9th grade.

Guy Cohen ,

Sean Spicer
Sean Spicer

A 14-year-old girl in Rockville, Maryland was brutally raped in the boys' bathroom of her school last Thursday by two illegal immigrants, also students at the school.

The two are in 9th grade, yet are older than the victim by several years: Henry Sanchez, 18, is a Guatemalan national, while Jose Montano, 17, is a national from El Salvador. The victim immigrated to the US legally.

Resembling cases in Israel in which Arabs or African infiltrators attack women, few major news outlets, save Fox News, have put this terrible incident in the spotlight.

NBC, ABC, and CBS didn’t cover the incident in their prime time news,” popular Fox host Bill O’Reilly reported. “CNN didn’t cover it during their peak broadcasting hours last night, and the same with MSNBC. That’s worse than everything I’ve seen in my over 40 years as a journalist.”

“We all know why,” he added. “Illegal immigration is a political topic.”

White House Spokesman Sean Spicer also related to the incident while responding to a reporter at a White House press briefing. “This is a tragic event, and it’s horrendous and horrible and disgusting what this young girl went through,” he said, noting the need to check, among other things, why 17 and 18-year-olds were enrolled in 9th grade. He said that the incident demonstrates why it is so important to make inspections tougher at the border, and why it is important to force state and city authorities to turn illegals over to federal authorities.

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan expressed anger at the way local authorities, especially the local educational system, were dealing with the case. He said that the Montgomery County School Board was not cooperating, not only with his staff, but with the state’s Board of Education about the case when asked.

In addition, the Maryland legislature- controlled by the Democratic party - passed at the beginning of the week a law forbidding police in Maryland from arresting people suspected of being illegals, or from interrogating them about their legal status in the US.