Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Rockville residents weigh in on Rockville HS gang rape on national TV

Fox News host Tucker Carlson
discusses Rockville HS rape
case with Rockville resident
Brigitta Mullican
Rockville has found itself on the national stage over the last four days, and it's just about the worst look possible for the All-American City-award winner. The alleged brutal gang rape of a 14-year-old girl at Rockville High School by two illegal immigrant classmates quickly went viral, and has been picked up by the national press. Tweets about the incident are cranked out every few minutes on Twitter, and yesterday, the story hit national cable television news.
Rockville resident Dan McHugh
on Special Report with Bret Baier
Two Rockville residents, Dan McHugh and Brigitta Mullican, weighed in on the horrifying story on Fox News yesterday evening. McHugh, who is the current Vice-President of the Montgomery County Young Republicans, started his day on WMAL radio. But he made a TV appearance on Bret Baier's Special Report on Fox News Channel, as well, telling reporter Doug McElway of the impacts of Montgomery County's sanctuary city policies on taxes, school performance and crime.
Brigitta Mullican
Three hours later, Rockville resident Brigitta Mullican joined Fox host Tucker Carlson to discuss the "horrifying news," in his words. Mullican, an American citizen who emigrated here legally decades ago, asked how the illegal immigrants had "the opportunity to commit this kind of crime" at Rockville High School.

Carlson read from Mullican's testimony at last month's public hearing regarding a push by some Rockville elected officials to formally declare Rockville a "sanctuary city." Mullican said the driver who brought her to the Fox studios told her his father spent eight years trying to navigate the legal steps to becoming an American citizen. She said giving undocumented immigrants special preference, and exemption from the law, is unfair.

Briefed on the current situation of undocumented immigrants flooding Montgomery County Public Schools, Carlson offered his assessment of MCPS: "At this point, [MCPS is] saying, 'we don't care about education' - isn't that the message?"


  1. These guys should be sent to Guantanamo for what they did. Where is the outrage when white citizens rape other white citizens?

  2. While we're at it, let's also send those who allowed this to happen through their ridiculous policies. Let's remember, this wasn't a rape randomly happening in a dark alley or park at night (as horrifying as that also would be)...this happened in a public school during a school day! Even if the two boys were legal residents/citizens this would be a big wake up call to the education and values that youngsters are getting these days but the illegal aspect of it just knocks it out of the park!

  3. Montgomery county has its priorities completely at of line.The County is protecting illegal immigrants that come into our communities and public schools and murder and rape people.MS13 is having a strong growth pattern in Montgomery County and the Maryland,Washington DC and Virginia area all while Rockville city has proposed declaring itself legally a Sanctuary City.this is sad.