White House Denials Brittney Griner’s Sexual Assault

US Officials Met With Brittney Griner, White House Says They Discovered a “Possible Violation of Title IX” President Obama’s top advisors secretly met with American college basketball player Brittney Griner during their 2016 campaign….

White House Denials Brittney Griner’s Sexual Assault

US Officials Met With Brittney Griner, White House Says They Discovered a “Possible Violation of Title IX”

President Obama’s top advisors secretly met with American college basketball player Brittney Griner during their 2016 campaign. They then met with a group of Griner’s white fans, who demanded that they investigate Griner for the alleged “sexual assault of four black teammates.”

The White House has now denied that any of those meetings amounted to any kind of “investigation.”

Instead, the White House told ABC News, “It is simply an internal review of an alleged violation of Title IX, on top of the President’s commitment to providing strong guidance for institutions that investigate reports of any form of sexual misconduct.”

Despite the White House’s denials, Griner told WTTG-TV that she believes that the White House is correct. And she said she also believes that the allegations were brought against her by white supporters, not black student athletes.

The White House on Tuesday released emails that it said establish the claim that it “was made clear to the President’s advisors and white supporters that an investigation of Brittney Griner was warranted by the President.”

The emails show that the President’s advisors told Griner that she should be investigated. And then, according to the emails, a group of whiteGriner fans demanded that the White House investigate her.

In the emails, Griner’s advisor said the White House investigation would be a “positive thing” for her, in that it might ultimately lead to “a resolution to what the President believes is a very serious issue that’s been perpetuated on a collegiate level and should not occur on a collegiate level.”

According to the emails, the group of white supporters demanded a meeting with the White House—which the group did at Griner’s pro-day on March 2nd.

White nationalists who were also in attendance agreed that Griner should be investigated by the White House.

Several of Griner’s supporters said, “I think you should look into it,” according to the emails. “I don’t think you’re doing the right thing.”

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