Wow: Look at All These Pedo Teachers in the News in Just One Day
Since we’re having a national conversation right now about whether emotionally damaged teachers should be allowed to groom kindergarten classes by sharing their weird weekends and “Daddy Issues” with the kids, it’s worth taking a look at whether there’s an actual problem here. Most people don’t realize just how bad the problem of pedo teachers has gotten in recent years. Just as bank robbers are drawn to banks, pedos are drawn to the places in society where lots of vulnerable kids are located: Elementary schools.
The national media NEVER covers these stories, so it’s hard to get a handle on just how prevalent the problem is. You have to hunt for these stories in local news markets.
Here are a whole bunch of pedophile teachers that made the news across the country in a single day last week.
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In Warren, Arkansas, 23-year-old junior high social studies teacher Kaitlyn Raines was arrested on two counts of rape and computer exploitation of a child.
In Green Bay, Wisconsin, 26-year-old Kelton Jennings was arrested on the same day. He was a school band teacher. He’s being charged with Repeated Acts of Sexual Assault of a Child, along with First Degree Child Sexual Assault–Sexual Contact with a Child under 13.
In Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, a former teacher pleaded guilty last week to sexually exploiting a child online. The sheriff’s office says Jaime Chorba was collecting child porn from 2016 through 2020, which was when he was first arrested.
In Riverside, California, a 53-year-old substitute teacher named Carl Jess Sanchez was arrested the same day. He’s charged with suspicion of child sexual abuse, suspicion of aggravated sexual assault, and lewd and lascivious acts against a child under 14.
In Charlotte, North Carolina, retired music professor Stephen Shipps was sentenced to five years in prison for sex trafficking a minor child (don’t tell Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson). Shipps was a violin professor at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, and also taught private music lessons to children in his home. Prosecutors proved at trial that Shipps was a serial abuser who molested many students dating back to 2002. The abuse took place at the university and in his home.
In Westmoreland, Tennessee, a former elementary school teacher named Carrie Norman was arrested on sex charges again, after she was fired several years ago for molesting students. Police say that this time, she sent nude photographs of herself to a boy and offered him cash for sex.
And in Sunnyvale, California, a youth sports coach named Phillip Anthony James was arrested on the same day that all of the above incidents happened. James is accused of raping a middle school child back in 2009. Although he retired from teaching three years ago, James was still working as a volunteer softball and basketball coach at a Sunnyvale middle school.
That’s seven pedophile teachers who managed to make the news in a single day last week. All of those stories were covered by local news stations but were completely ignored by the national mainstream media. Imagine for a moment that one of those people were a priest or a youth pastor or a prominent Trump supporter. We would undoubtedly know their name, because their crime would make national headlines.
I’ve often said that if you think the Catholic priest molestation scandal a few years ago was bad, wait until you learn about illegal aliens. These people, who shouldn’t even be in the country in the first place, molest children on American soil at an order of magnitude higher rate than Catholic priests ever did. That’s not to downplay the seriousness of the priest scandal, but to point out that illegal alien child molesting is far, far worse than that of the Catholic priests.
And if you think that the 13,000 child molestations committed by illegal aliens every year is bad, wait until you learn about public school teachers. The Catholic priest scandal was a drop in the bucket compared to the number of children exploited and abused by teachers every single year.
So, yes, there’s a very serious, very real and very big problem in America today when it comes to schools grooming and raping kids. If the Democrats and the teacher unions are so upset about us calling them “groomers,” then maybe they shouldn’t so fiercely defend grooming kids in school.