Highly-Respected BLM Activist Accused of Molesting Over 60 Children

BLM just took another massive blow to their already flailing reputation.


And this one is very serious and involves over 60 children.

The highly-respected Denver BLM leader by the name of Tay Anderson was forced to step down from his prestigious school board position after the public found out that he was being investigated for allegedly molesting over 60 students.

Bizpacreview reported that Denver Public Schools confirmed that they knew about the allegations and that the Denver Police Department is also privy to the information.

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This came after Mary-Katherine Brooks Fleming, mother to three children, testified before the House Judiciary Committee that there was “a sexual predator targeting DPS children” during a hearing on legislation that would make it easier to sue businesses that hired child sexual abusers.

Mr. Anderson published a statement on Twitter, where he did not admit to the crimes and said he left his position just to create “space.”


But, this isn’t Mr. Anderson’s first run-in with these types of despicable charges.

He was already being investigated for an alleged sexual assault on a student from April. He also denies that allegation.

The piece goes on to say that despite the denials, Brooks Fleming (the mother of 3 alleged victims) insists that 62 students had requested her help with one particular person within the school, but didn’t give a name. She claims that the students involved described the alleged acts against them, including instances that could be described as unwanted touching, or even violent “acts of rape.” She also alleges that 61 of the people involved were either illegal aliens or DACA recipients. The youngest alleged victim, she says, is 14-years-old. Brooks Fleming accused the unnamed assailant of targeting children who had no access to medical care and/or could not report the act to authorities due to fear of their immigration status being made known.


“Those who came to my home didn’t have health insurance, couldn’t afford emergency rooms, and even if they could, they wanted to avoid mandatory reporters for fear that such an interaction could jeopardize their family,” she testified. “It is horrifying to realize that someone had preyed on these children, knowing their silence was guaranteed.”


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