Monday, 17 July 2023

GROOMER teacher tells 10-year-old to delete private email communications about young student’s “gender identity”

 Jennifer Knight, a fifth-grade teacher at Centennial Elementary School in Olympia, Wash., has been outed as a groomer after she was caught privately communicating with one of her 10-year-old students about transgenderism without the knowledge or consent of the child's parents.

Knight had reportedly counseled the child, a biological female, about "transitioning" into a "boy." At one point, Knight invited the little girl to her house and even suggested she set up a private email account and delete all correspondences after the fact, "otherwise when your mom looks, you will be outed instantly," Knight warned the child.

Alesha Perkins was able to obtain thousands of emails and documents about the disturbing LGBT grooming activity taking place within Washington's public school districts. Some of this information exposed Knight and her illicit relationship with the fifth-grade girl.

Perkins turned over the information she received to the unDivided podcast, and host Brandi Kruse was able to confirm that from summer through fall of 2022, Knight had been privately grooming the 10-year-old girl about changing her "gender identity" and pronouns to "he/him/ they/them."

"Crew Knight," the perverse teacher wrote in an email to school staff on April 28," has a student who has recently changed their name and pronouns in school and this email is to inform you of that change because you work with this child in some capacity."

"[The student] has opened up to me these past few months and has just requested this change. Please understand that this change is his [sic] right and is not to be questioned. Please also know that they are not going by this change at home, and we will not be discussing this with family."


"Taylor," the student in question, is back to being a normal 10-year-old girl after parents pulled her from Knight's clutches and moved to another school district

The Olympia Public School District has policies in place that align with Knight's stated agenda, hence why she openly emailed this information to school staff. Washington State has a similar policy in place covering all public schools, stating that:

"... in general, school staff should not share a student's transgender or gender-diverse status, legal name, or sex assigned at birth with others, who could include other students, school staff, and non-school staff."

Because Knight was concerned that the child in question's parents might find out about her illicit relationship with their daughter, Knight instructed the girl, whom media reports are referring to as "Taylor," to "get a personal email set up so we still have a way to communicate."

"I would take you into my home any time you need," Knight further told the child. "Make sure this email is deleted too when we are done bc otherwise when your mom looks, you will be outed instantly. I kept emailing you but I was worried your mom interfered before you saw my messages."

At one point, Knight communicated directly with the girl's mother about her mental health, but conveniently failed to mention anything about the child's "gender dysphoria," which Knight appears to have played a part in planting inside the child's mind.

Taylor's parents have since pulled her out of the district entirely, and ever since that time, the child has gone back to identifying as a normal girl. Knight's employment status at Centennial Elementary School remains unknown, though we can confirm that her LinkedIn page has been removed as of this writing.

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