On February 14, the Loudoun County School Board decided to spit in the face of parents and refused to release an internal report detailing Loudoun County Public Schools’ (LCPS) 2021 mishandling of two transgender sexual assaults at two separate high schools.
A motion to release the completed report in January 2022 failed 6-3. Most hid behind “student privacy” as the main reason to suppress the truth from Loudoun County residents.
There are social traitors here.
Last night, the Loudoun County school board voted 6-3 against releasing an independent report in 2021 on how it mishandled sexual assaults at high schools.
Every Loudoun parent should memorize the names of these six cowards and remember that they have the opportunity to vote for… https://t.co/2JE2Otxf2x pic.twitter.com/meeB6u08ri
— 1776 Project PAC (@1776ProjectPac) February 15, 2023
The real reason behind the sealing of the report is that it confirms the findings of a special grand jury last December. The grand jury was empaneled by Virginia Attorney General Jason Miares (R) at the direction of Governor Glenn Youngkin (R).
The jury found that LCPS was lax in handling sexual assault cases and “failed at every level.”
“There were several decision-making factors for senior LCPS administrators, including the superintendent, to be transparent and change the sequence of events leading up to the October 6, 2021 BRHS sexual assault,” the report states. “He failed at every point.”
Former LCPS Superintendent Scott Ziegler was fired by the school board and indicted by a special grand jury last year on three counts of misconduct. Former LCPS spokesman Wade Byard faces felony charges of lying to a grand jury.
Remember that LCPS allowed these heinous crimes to happen in the first place by allowing students to use the restrooms that corresponded to their “gender identity.” They overruled the sentiments of the radical pro-trans mafia over parental rights.
The policy was adopted shortly after the first sexual assault occurred in a bathroom at Stone Bridge High School. According to National Review, the victim’s father argued at a public school board meeting that the policy would lead to further victimization of female students.
However, the board claimed there was no record of sexual harassment and the father was escorted out of the meeting by the police.
The school board then gave the Lingayat rapist a free pass and allowed him to transfer to Broad Run High School. The male student then abducted the girl from the hallway and forced her into an empty classroom, where he choked and sexually assaulted her.
Last October, a juvenile court judge found the student guilty of sexual assault.
Despite these convictions and almost criminal behavior by former LCPS administrators, the school board has refused to reverse its bathing policy. This means that girls are vulnerable to future sexual predators who want to exploit this madness.
This truly disgraceful board member should be removed by necessary legal process. Another restore attempt is good.