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Maryland Newspaper Defiant After Allegations of ‘Investigation’ Into Kavanaugh Apparently Debunked

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A Maryland newspaper is facing scrutiny after a story that it published alleging new allegations and a potential criminal investigation into Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh was quickly debunked.

“Investigators in Montgomery County confirmed Monday they’re aware of a potential second sexual assault complaint in the county against former Georgetown Prep student and Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh,” said the Montgomery County Sentinel.

“While investigators weren’t specific and spoke on background, they said they are looking at allegations made against Kavanaugh during his senior year in high school after an anonymous witness came forward this weekend,” the paper continued.

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The original story was reported Monday morning.

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But at 12:09 PM, the Washington Examiner confirmed with the Montgomery County chief of police that no such allegations or investigation existed.

“I have spoken with my chief of detectives, and neither of us have any knowledge of anyone coming forward to us to report any allegations involving Judge Kavanaugh,” Police Chief J. Thomas Manger said.

The Sentinel story then updated at 5:00 PM, reflecting slight changes to the original, clarifying that the paper did not speak with investigators within the Montgomery County Police Department, but rather unidentified investigators “in the county.”

“Government investigators confirmed Monday they’re aware of a potential second sexual assault complaint in the county against former Georgetown Prep student and Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh,” the update said.

The story was written by Brian Karem, the Executive Editor of the Sentinel, the White House reporter for Playboy, as well as a political analyst at CNN.

Big League Politics spoke with Karem, and attempted to get to the bottom of the essential question: Which investigators did the paper speak with?

“We did not say we spoke to the Montgomery County Police, we said we spoke to investigators,” he said.

When asked if he spoke with a private investigator, Karem answered in the negative.

Pressed further, BLP asked who the investigator was with whom Karem spoke, if not a private investigator or a police investigator. He declined to comment.

“The story is not made up,” Karem assuredly said.

Karem, obviously a member of the leftist media machine, was defiant, and plans to stand by the story.

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Washington Democrats Seek To Push LGBT Sex Ed For Kindergarteners

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Democrats in the state of Washington are now seeking to institute a statewide LGBT-focused sex ed program that would be taught to students ranging from kindergarten to high school.

House Bill 2184 would institute “comprehensive sexual health education” in Washington’s public schools by the year 2022.

A parental watchdog group in the state is raising the alarm, calling out the progressive legislation for its marketing of adult sexuality to children.

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Another post from the Informed Parents of Washington revealed some of the sexually explicit content the sex ed program has lined up for sixth graders.

The 3 Rs begins to sexualize children very early with role playing and group exercises regarding sexual relationships. …

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A program of sex ed that is taught to kindergarteners may be unprecedented in national American public education, especially considering it’s slated to include morally controversial topics such as homosexuality.

A survey by the Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction revealed that Washington parents are overwhelmingly opposed to the notion of teaching sex ed to kids as young as kindergarteners. More than 10,000 responses have been recorded, and over 58% of Washingtonians are opposed to the notion of youth sex ed.

But the state’s Democratic government is fine with simply ignoring the will of parents with children in public schools, plowing ahead with the sex ed program regardless of public sentiment.

A Republican legislator, Michelle Cardier, described the program’s content as “completely inappropriate” in a radio interview. “I think that if it is inappropriate for me to say [at the state house], I don’t think that’s something that I would want to teach a kindergartner.”

97 people have signed up to testify at the Washington House of Representatives in regards to the controversial sex ed, proposal, but only 16 are being allowed to because of time restraints.

 

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