Loudoun County parents hammer the school board, the Department of Justice as a dispute arises

Parents in Virginia’s Loudoun County are smashing the district school board and the Department of Justice (DOJ) with China as tensions enter the school district which has become a political hub.

For months, parents in a school district outside the capital city have protested and pressured school administrators over critical racial education (CRT) and circus powers, including at school board meetings. Controversy in Loudoun County and others around the country recently led to a debate by a DJ DJ memo ordering the FBI to look at alleged threats to school board members – something many parents see as a temptation to call them home terrorists.

Meanwhile, a Loudoun County parent is alleging that Loudoun County Public Schools ‘(LCPS) transgender bathing law resulted in her daughter being raped by a man wearing a student skirt in a girls’ bathroom. The girl’s father accused Fox News that the school board had tried to cover up the beating, which was first reported by The Daily Wire.

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LCPS said in a statement Wednesday that it had reported the matter to the Loudoun County Sherriff at the time of the incident and was not involved in the incident “until law enforcers warned LCPS it had completed its investigation.”

The statement also said that “members of the Loudoun County School Board were unaware of the incident until it was reported in the media earlier this week.” The Loudoun County School Board did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Fox News China.

The Loudoun County landlord’s office once told Fox News, “We can confirm the case of May 28, 2021 which included a two-month investigation into the truth of the case before the arrest. The case is pending in court. waiting. ”The sheriff’s office also confirmed that the case involved sexual harassment.

Ian Prior, executive director of Fightforschools.com, a former senior at Trump DOJ and parent of LCPS, held a press conference Thursday afternoon to address the “failure” of LCPS to properly address a number of incidents, including so-called sexual assault, over the past several months.

Ian Before speaking outside the Loudoun County Public School Administration building in Ashburn, Virginia.

Prior to being joined by about 30 Loudoun County parents during a press conference at the time he called for the dismissal of the principal, Dr. Scott Ziegler, and with an independent investigation into the failure of the systemoun. And again, Before calling for Attorney General Merrick Garland to investigate the LCPS for possible breach of Schedule IX.

Few parents raised placards in support of “Youngkin’s parents,” a Republican ambassador to Virginia. One parent wore a red shirt that said “Stand Up for Virginia” and another woman wore a black shirt that said “My Baby My Choice.”

Signs of the “Fire Ziegler” were displayed mainly behind the podium.

LCPS did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request to comment on allegations made by Pamberi during a press conference.

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A woman who claimed to be affiliated with the Loudoun County Democratic Committee entered into a major exchange with a few foster parents after the incident. He also loudly disagreed with many of the statements made by Pele during the press conference.

He said he did not go to the scene to defend the actions of the accused, but that they should be investigated and should not be a witch. The woman later explained to Fox News after the incident that while she was still a member of the LCDC, she was present at the event alone.

Lissa Savaglio, Loudoun County Democratic Committee chair, told Fox News that Fighting Schools is using children as “political.”

“For too long the School War has been using our children as political agents, protesting by Republican rebels like Dave LaRock and seeking to restore our public schools. , which aim to promote fear and discord in order to gain political power. “

Fox News’ Tara Prindiville contributed to this report.

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