Parents in Loudoun County, Va. Were furious Tuesday night over an alleged cover-up of sexual assault as debate rages on a transgender policy allowing male students to use female-friendly facilities such as restrooms and changing rooms.
Tuesday’s meeting of the Loudoun County School Board, which has been a national hotbed of controversy over the implementation of radical critical race theory and transgender policies, was dominated by parents who spoke of the cover-up suspected sexual assault by a student who identifies as a transgender woman. , according to an explosive report. Many parents have called for the resignation of school board members.
As reported by Breitbart News, the father of an alleged Stone Bridge High School victim, Scott Smith, “claimed that a boy who was wearing a skirt walked into the high school girls’ bathroom and sexually assaulted his daughter. ninth grade “. Subsequently, “the boy was charged with two counts of forced sodomy, one count of anal sodomy and one count of forced fellatio that day at school.”
According to ABC7 News, “the same minor suspect was charged with a second sexual assault at another school in Loudoun County after the May 28 incident.”
At Tuesday’s school board meeting, members were heavily asked how this could happen in their county, with speaker Monica Sadeghi saying: “How do you expect parents in this county to drop off their kids and you all entrust to protect them when you ‘have shown yourself more than once that you are not ready for the job? ”
ABC7 also noted that the school “cannot comment” on how the incident with Smith’s daughter “did not raise the discipline to the level of immediate expulsion.”
By the way, speaker Theresa Lieberman noted that “when the Catholic Church moved a predatory priest from parish to parish, the walls eventually collapsed on them. And they were ultimately held responsible for the abuse. When is the doctor [Loudoun County Public Schools Superintendent Scott] Will Ziegler and this board of directors be held accountable? “
Scott Smith, for his part, had been confronted with clutter at school board meetings for the past several months. He made a fiery presentation to the school board after Ziegler claimed that “the school system had no record of assaults in a school bathroom,” according to the Daily Wire. In Smith’s memory, he “went mad” after another participant said they didn’t believe his daughter, and he was subsequently arrested.
Organizations like the National School Boards Association (NSBA) smeared Smith in a letter to the Biden administration, calling parents like him “national terrorists” and begging the federal government to use the PATRIOT Act to counter parents who are ‘opposed radical policies. The NSBA specifically cited Smith’s arrest as an example of parents “inciting chaos during board meetings” in a letter to President Biden.
In turn, Attorney General Merrick Garland asked the FBI to look into cases where parents defended their children against school board guidelines.
When confronted with ABC7 about the incident, Superintendent Ziegler replied, “If you put down the camera and the microphone, you can come in.”