It is racism, not rape, cries a refugee advocate group, defending the actions of three Sryian refugee boys, who raped a small five-year-old girl in the laundry room at her Twin Falls apartment complex. The media has remained largely silent in this story, while the Twin Fall City Council and Mayor Shawn Bariger do not want the “lucrative refugee resettlement industry” to be harmed by this crime.
As Breitbart News previously reported, ten-year-old and seven-year-old Muslims allegedly orally raped the the victim, and the ten-year-old suspect allegedly anally raped her as well. Another alleged perpetrator recorded the attack while coaching them throughout the rape. The rapists also defiled their victim by urinating on her clothes and in her mouth.
The local media is not reporting on this, but rather has focused on the racist nature of those who are advocating for the rights of the young, American-born child. The only reporting after the rape was confirmed was that an “incident allegedly occurred”.
KMVT has confirmed that a reported sexual assault that possibly occurred near the Fawnbrook Apartments is being investigated by the Twin Falls Police Department. The incident allegedly occurred on June 2.
Twin Falls County Prosecutor Grant Loebs has confirmed the investigation to Idaho’s First News, but he says there will be no charges filed in the case until the police investigation is complete.
KMVT reporters at the press conference asked no questions regarding statements made by the refugee advocate group, but did focus on those that did not align with their political agenda.
Refugee Resettlement Watch's, Ann Corcoran, states that “KMVT’s reporting on the press conference is “one of the most blatant examples of pro-refugee, anti-American bias I’ve seen to date in the media.”
“When a news media outlet fails to report what an organization holding a press conference actually says at that event, you really have to question if they are an objective reporter of actual news, or if they are instead simply a propaganda outlet for the powerful refugee resettlement industry and its local business allies,” Corcoran says.
“Is the rule of law being applied fairly in this case of alleged sexual assault of a 5-year-old American-born girl by three young boys, all reportedly refugees?” she asks.
“Or, is this girl being denied her rights as a victim and are the alleged perpetrators being protected by the local legal and political system because they are refugees and therefore have superior rights to the girl? Because to prosecute them to the full extent of the law would harm the existing relationship with resettled refugees that benefits the members of the local political and business establishment?” Corcoran concludes.
Follow the money and one will find that profit in Twin Falls is up and a story like this one could stymie the economic growth.
The low-wage refugees are a profitable portion of the local labor force — and also are a growing slice of local consumers — so the local business and political establishment is eager to downplay the impact of refugee labor on Americans’ wages and neighborhoods. In Twin Falls, Mayor Shawn Bariger, who’s handling of the alleged sexual assault has been questioned by local activist groups, is also president of the Twin Falls Area Chamber of Commerce.
KMVT ignored the message of Refugee Resettlement Watch, not reporting on their position, but rather editorializing on whether they are a racist group. They did however report on Nancy Taylor, a woman who “works closely with refugees in the Magic Valley.”
“I can’t tell you how many wonderful refugees that we have here,” Taylor said. “Absolutely amazing. And I’ve met a lot, and they are not what people think they are.”
Not everyone shares her opinion on the refugees, though.
“I believe that there is a very small group in Twin Falls, very small and vocal, who, for lack of a better word, are racist,” [Taylor] said. . .
“A little girl was assaulted, and just because people of color are involved, it becomes an issue,” Taylor said. “Unfortunately, children in this community are victims of crime every day, why isn’t that an outrage?”
KMVT did not divulge that Taylor is a “refugee advocate” and part of the Magic Valley Refugee Advocates. The group has a Facebook page that “shares news releases from the College of Southern Idaho Refugee Program.” The bias is obvious, with KMVT siding with Taylor while ignoring the brutal crime on a delicate child.
College of Southern Idaho Refugee Program (sic) is the local affiliate of the politically powerful U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigration (USCRI), a leading voluntary agency [VOLAG] in the billion dollar refugee resettlement industry funded almost exclusively by the federal government.
The Twin Falls Times-News did cover a a little on the migrants and their impact on wages and also on the protesters' position on the rape of the child and how the refugee crisis is connected.
At Twin Falls City Park, the group said the family of the 5-year-old victim of a reported sexual assault in June at the Fawnbrook Apartments was coming to the event.
But Julie Ruf with We the People later told reporters the family couldn’t make it because of the challenges of their living situation, saying they’re now living at a hotel.
After talking about the Fawnbrook case and refugee resettlement, Ruf told reporters she wants Clinton and Trump to come to Twin Falls to “see how America is being changed by this new crisis.” And she later added: “We want to tell you how life in America is really going today.”
We the People Magic Valley is a group that includes the local Act for America chapter, John Birch Society and Dallypost Tactical, a group run by Pocatello-area political activist Lance Earl. . .
After giving a statement, the group allowed for questions from reporters. A few speakers blamed the media, provided advice and told reporters what they should care about.
And they said reporters aren’t asking the right questions. Group members also said they’ve been called names in local publications.