‘Serious enough for you now, Barack?’ Furious parents tell Obama to apologize


Assessment: On Monday a Loudoun County judge found the boy ‘in a skirt’ guilty of sexually assaulting Smith’s 15-year-old daughter in the girls’ bathroom …

Parents have demanded that a Virginia superintendent and school board resign after accusing them of lying to cover up an alleged sexual assault in order to push their pro-transgender policies.

At a Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) board meeting on Tuesday enraged parents cited an email that surfaced last week where Superintendent Scott Ziegler reported an alleged sexual assault in the girls’ bathroom.

The email, which was sent on May 28, 2021, contradicted a statement Ziegler made the month before when he publicly said that he had no record of bathroom assaults.

“Her princes within her are like wolves tearing the prey, by shedding blood and destroying lives in order to get dishonest gain.” Ezekiel 22:27 KJV

Some stood in front of their school, chanting: ‘Loudoun County Protects Rapists!’

The case drew national attention because the boy was wearing a skirt at the time and the girls’ parents – Scott and Jessica Smith – said it was what they feared might happen more if Loudoun County Schools starts allowing boys into girls’ bathrooms frequently as part of a progressive transgender policy.

Republican Gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin has harnessed part of his education platform in the case, saying: ‘What tragedy next awaits our children?’

On Sunday, Obama was campaigning for Youngkin’s opponent – Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe – when he attacked Youngkin’s general position on education, the Capitol riot, and policing.

He said, in part: ‘We don’t have time to be wasting on these phony, trumped up culture wars. This fake outrage that the right-wing media peddles to juice their ratings.

‘The fact he’s willing to go along with it, instead if talk about serious problems that affect serious people, that’s a shame. That’s not what this election is about. That’s not what you need, Virginia.

‘We should be doing more to support people who are educating our kids.’  Read More @ Daily Mail, UK HERE