Partner, Official, New York Times discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show


How about the public schools when you ever hear anybody on the left to talk about sexual abuse inside the public schools, there's an Associated Press report from may twenty seventeen it found seventeen thousand official reports. Official reports of sex assaults on students from fall twenty eleven to spring at twenty fifteen at amazing, seventeen thousand official reports. We're talking Pennsylvania about one thousand reports over the course of thirty years here you're talking about in the public schools, seventeen thousand official reports of sex assaults on students. In four years alone according to Hofstra university researcher, Cheryl shake shaft who performed the study for the department of education in two thousand to the physical. Sexual abuse of students in schools is likely more than one hundred times the abused by priests. A federal report found four hundred twenty two thousand California. Public school students would be victimized by sexual abuse before graduation, which was every time more than the entire California Catholic school enrollment. Was the survey from the American Association of university women and found that one in ten students from eighth to eleventh grade said they'd been subjected to sexual comments, pornography, peeping, or sexual contact from a teacher or school employees, which would being four point five million students across America between kindergarten and twelfth grade who suffered sexual abuse by an educator, have you ever heard anybody on the left to talk about any of that stuff? Of course, not even when the media reported it's relegated to secondary status, which is one of the reasons why immediately. Yeah, we covered it right. But did you cover it with the same sort of alacrity and anger, the cover abuse in the Catholic church. If the answer is no, I have to assume the reason you're covering the Catholic church differently than you cover the sanctified public schools is because you liked the public schools and you don't like the Catholic church. That is the rationale and it feels like every day there's a new assault from the left on fundamental values at the New York Times is constantly promoting a certain agenda with regard to key values that we all hold dear key values like, you know, mothers and fathers. I have to go through this great editorial. I'm gonna in great. I mean, it's just awful freaking garbage over the New York Times by by a guy named Kevin noble Mailer. He is a professor, I believe, at Syracuse university, and he was working on a book about modern fatherhood in America, which is always a bad sign, his the title of his pieces when being a good dad gets you promoted to mommy. Okay. And here's what he says. I'm a sucker for dramatic homecomings. I love stories of reunited siblings and devour videos of dogs, greeting returning soldiers. But I participate in my own reunion spectacle. Every weekday when I pick up my three year old from preschool, she charges at me like I'm an unintended bowl of cheddar goldfish. Mommy, she squeals horseshoe ain't this dude horseshoe in her tiny arms around my neck before she calls the emotion with the demand for food. Mommy, you have snack. My partner momma who is female is not there. I like it. We have to clarify all these things now. Not my not my wife, my partner, mama comma, who is female. Thanks for that. He says, when our daughter says, mommy, she's talking to me her father. When my partner heard about this, she laughed. It's always weird to hear people who have a child together. Talk about their partners is though they formed an LLC to have the kid..

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