WATCH: Jack Posobiec examines multiple cases of child sexual abuse by teachers in light of Florida's anti-grooming law

"This is something that's been going on for years and years and years. And yet, the media does not cover it," Posobiec said.


Human Events Daily host Jack Posobiec on Friday's episode of his popular podcast examined the many cases of child sexual abuse in school settings as progressives continue to deny that anti-grooming legislation is necessary.

"Four more US school teachers charged with the sexual abuse of minors," mentioned Posobiec, referencing cases also reported on by The Post Millennial.

The segment of the show began with a clip of Florida's Gov. Ron DeSantis speaking at a press conference about how a young student from Leon County was encouraged to transition from female to male without parental consent.

"We are talking about stories that happened in California, Florida, Iowa, and North Carolina, all this week," Posobiec stated. "But, I didn't do a deep dive into all the cases that came out this week. I just happened to be looking for something yesterday, and I found four of these stories, just running a basic Twitter search."

Posobiec dicussed the four examples he easily found on the Internet, giving details about each. 56-year-old math teacher Gary Landergen of Fortuna Union High School in California faces allegations of sexual assault from "at least two students." 30-year-old Thomas Deane, a former teacher at a Canterbury private school in Florida, faces charges of "Lewd or Lascivious Battery and Lewd or Lascivious Molestation" with a minor, between the ages of 12 and 16, he met on the Grindr gay dating app. 41-year-old former English teacher Justin David Rapier in Iowa faces multiple rounds of charges of sexual exploitation by a school employee. 27-year-old Shawn C. Hicks, a former science teacher at Harnett Central Middle School in North Carolina, faces three charges of "indecent liberties with a student."

Posobiec continued, mentioning that "this isn't something recent; this is something that's been going on for years and years and years."

"And yet, the media does not cover it. Hollywood won't touch it. You don't get these huge feature films about the school teachers that are doing this. They don't talk about it," Posobiec pointed out.

The next subject touched on by Posobiec is "pass the trash," which is when administration or teachers unions know or suspect that a teacher or another adult in a position of authority is abusing children, the individual is tranferred elsewhere within the school system to avoid controversy, and thus the cycle continues.

"The problem is pedophiles and a teaching institution that covers it all up..." Posobiec summarized. "So, when you get governors like Gov. DeSantis who come up and say, 'We need to protect the children' ... in the context of an environment where we know is rife with child pedophiles."

Posobiec reiterated that left-wing activists decrying the trend as paranoia are wrong, because it took him "10 seconds of searching to find four actual cases of teachers being charged."

"Not over the past year, not over the past five years. This week, just this week."

"This is something that the media, Hollywood, the teachers unions, the left, do not want to talk about," Posobiec declared.


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