When Little Girls Are Not Princesses
Normally, little girls dream of and are treated as the beautiful princesses that they are.
But not in Rockville, Maryland last Thursday, where a 14-year old, 9th grade girl was brutally raped by two immigrants (17- and 18-years old) in the bathroom of their high school.
She was mercilessly raped multiple times “vaginally, orally, and sodomized.”
One of the attackers had previously been detained at the border, but then released as per the lax standards of border security that were in place by the prior administration.
It is incredible that as a superpower nation, we have not secured our own borders and our homeland.
Unfortunately, there are many stories like this, and I personally know of a girl from the Bronx who was similarly raped in the stairwell of her school.
Forget education or competitiveness, when we can’t even provide a safe and secure school environment for our children.
It is not a strength to let our enemies gain the upper hand, but rather a weakness of our national character — to let bleeding hearts undermine our security.
Sure, we must be empathetic and caring for all people, but this must come hand-in-hand with proper vetting and due precautions.
Every child in the United deserves to be a princess and a prince, and no one here legally or illegally should be allowed to destroy that present or future. ;-)
(Source Photo: Andy Blumenthal)