What Are We Doing To Our Children?
Democratic House Whip Katherine Clark's non-binary "son/daughter" arrested for spray painting anti-cop slogans on a Boston monument and assaulting a police officer during Antifa protest in Boston
A little boy/girl from an affluent family grew up to be “non-binary” and Saturday staged an Antifa protest where “s/he” allegedly assaulted a police officer.
A child can go awry for reasons that have nothing to do with parents but it is hard not to notice that Jared (a.k.a. Riley) Dowell, 23, is the offspring of Democratic Whip Katherine M. Clark and Rodney S. Dowell, chief bar counsel for the Massachusetts Board of Bar Overseers, the state entity that regulates the legal profession in Massachusetts
Boston police say officers discovered Dowell at 9:30 p.m. on Saturday night spray-painting “NO COP CITY” and “ACAB,” which is an acronym for “all cops are bastards” on the Parkman Bandstand monument located in the Boston Common.
The department said approximately 20 protesters surrounded the officers “while screaming profanities through megaphones on the public street.” An officer was hit in the face and started bleeding from the nose and mouth.
Clark, an attorney, states that her “career in public service is driven by her commitment to helping children and families succeed.”
The mother three children, Clark issued a statement in response to Dowell’s arrest: “I love Riley, and this is a very difficult time in the cycle of joy and pain in parenting. This will be evaluated by the legal system, and I am confident in that process.”
American Values: Gender Confusion, Hatred of Police?
When Clark accepted the House minority whip post earlier this month, she stressed shared American values.
“We as a team and as a caucus reflect the diversity and the strength of the American people, and that is where we are able to come together around shared values and reflect back to American families that they are the priority,” she said.
What are American values today?
Clark in 2020 tweeted in support of changing federal law “so that it is easier to prosecute and hold officers accountable for crimes committed.”
A member of the LGBT Equality Caucus, Clark is pictured above celebrating International Non Binary People’s Day with Dowell, who formerly was trans and now identifies as non-binary (i.e., does not identify as exclusively male or female).
I do not mean to criticize Dowell’s parents, who may be the best parents in the world, but it’s time to examine whether hatred of police and gender confusion are values that serve our children and society.
Democrats today are doing everything within their power to normalize gender confusion.
In his first day in office, President Joe Biden unilaterally signed an executive order making it a violation of Title IX of the Civil Rights Act to discriminate on the basis of gender identity. This requires schools to permit trans and presumably non-binary folk (when they identify as women) to enter women’s spaces that were formerly private, like restrooms and locker rooms.
Note: The intrusion of biological men in women’s spaces is a major issue in Europe but is ignored by legacy media and suppressed by social media in the United States.
Dowell was charged with assault by means of a dangerous weapon, destruction or injury of personal property, and damage of property by graffiti/tagging.
Dowell was released on $500 bail after her arrest on Saturday. Dowell appeared in Boston Municipal Court Monday with his/her father and pleaded not guilty.
Dowell’s arrest came the same day as an Antifa riot in downtown Atlanta in which businesses were damaged and a police car set afire.
The Parkman bandstand is named in honor of a philanthropist who left the city $5 million in 1908 to take care of Boston Commons and other city parks. George F. Parkman was the son of a doctor who donated land for Harvard Medical School’s first campus. Something tells me that he would not approve.