Surprise 1: Media Refuses to Cover Bathroom Sexual Assault in Loudoun School, Even As They Repeat the DOJ's Claims of "Domestic Terrorist" Parents
Surprise 2: Loudoun School District Has Been Covering Up Sexual Assaults For Years
Virginia law requires public schools to report specifically named serious crimes.
R4pe is obviously a serious crime on that list.
But the Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) has refused to report those. They have a clean record.
It is little wonder that they claimed they had "no reports" of sexual assaults in bathrooms. They have no reports of any
sexual assaults -- it's their policy.
They've been covering up sexual assaults at least as early as 2018.
Loudoun County Public Schools did not record multiple known incidents of alleged sexual assault in schools dating back several years, despite a law that requires statistics about school safety incidents to be reported to the public and which includes provisions holding school superintendents personally liable for violations, a Daily Wire review of public records found.
After The Daily Wire raised the discrepancy with the Virginia Department of Education, VDOE spokesman Charles Pyle said that "VDOE is reviewing the discipline, crime and violence data submissions of Loudoun County Public Schools and is in communication with LCPS to determine whether the division's reporting is accurate and whether the division is in compliance with state and federal law."
The same law could have implications for a Loudoun superintendent or principal in the wake of a May 28 alleged sexual assault in a bathroom -- an incident first reported by The Daily Wire Monday. On June 22, Superintendent Scott Ziegler told the public, "To my knowledge, we don’t have any record of assaults occurring in our restrooms."
Virginia law requires that "Reports shall be made to the division superintendent and to the principal or his designee on all incidents involving... sexual assault."
The Daily Wire asked LCPS questions last week including, "Has Stone Bridge ever reported the May alleged sexual assault in any statistics or made anyone aware of it?" LCPS hid behind state law, with Director of Communications Joan Sahlgren replying that "Any information related to student information is confidential under state and federal laws regarding student privacy."
This is a lie. They're claiming that this data is protected by privacy laws.
Lie. The perp's name, and the victim's name, are protected by privacy laws. The fact that a r4pe took place is not.
In fact, the law requires
Instead, they covered it up, and pretended they were doing this to protect the students.
In fact, as is common in the education industry -- they're harming students in order to protect their filthy jobs.
However, state law actually requires statistics on assaults and other incidents in schools to be reported to the public, in the form of annually updated statistics available on a public database called Safe Schools Information Resource (SSIR) administered by the Virginia Department of Education. LCPS reported to the state that Stone Bridge had zero sexual assaults for the 2020-2021 school year, which includes May 28, 2021.
Didn't the Parkland school district likewise cover up assaults and gun crimes, which enabled school shooter Nikolas Cruz to murder children?
But they do this to protect the children, you understand.
It just so happens that it sweetens their numbers, gets them performance bonuses, and gets them reelected.
But that's entirely an unexpected side-benefit. The cover ups of crimes in schools are all For The Children.
And by the way, Luke Rosniak dug up a sexual assault that took place in the LCPS system in 2018. A boy was sexually violated by other boys, who inserted "objects" inside him.
Not reported! To protect the children, you understand.
You will not be shocked to discover that the entire media has joined in the cover-up.
And remember, the incident where an LGBT activist taunted the girl's father, claiming she was lying, is one of the key "incidents" the National School Board Association
used to justify demanding DOJ and FBI targeting of parents.
The "targeting" of school boards the media all reported on. National news.
But the whole reason for the incident that largely started this? They refuse absolutely to report on.
Mainstream broadcast networks failed to cover a Tuesday night report that alleged a Virginia school board covered up a rape allegation against a boy who wore a skirt in the girls' bathroom, according to a media analysis.
The Loudoun County School Board kept the rape allegations quiet as it successfully pushed to adopt a policy that allows students to choose which bathroom to use based on their preferred gender, according to the Daily Wire. The alleged rapist was reportedly transferred to another school where he was later charged with sexual battery and abduction of another student. Neither ABC, CBS, nor NBC dedicated primetime coverage to the report, according to the Media Research Center....
"How can one call itself a news organization when it blacks out coverage of a story like this, which has such broad impact on the safety of our children and education?" Brent Bozell, president of the Media Research Center, tweeted.
The father of the alleged victim, Scott Smith, was arrested in June at a school board meeting on the proposed transgender bathroom policy after the meeting was deemed an "unlawful assembly" of concerned parents. Scott Ziegler, the superintendent of the school district, denied having knowledge of any arrests regarding incidents in the bathroom and said that "the predator transgender student or person simply does not exist," according to the Daily Wire report. Smith's arrest came less than a month after the alleged rape.
The Washington Post, possibly worried that they had been caught not covering a story of obvious interest to Washington Post readers (more people reading the Post in northestern Virginia than in DC proper), now admits that there were two sexual assaults that took place in Loudoun schools -- but refuses to report that the school board tried to cover it up, or that it was a case of a "boy in a skirt" attacking a girl in a restroom.
Which is not a point made simply to denigrate trans people, but to prove what is obvious, that a woman is an extremely difficult situation when she's in an isolated area with a biological male -- which is why we had sex
-segragated spaces from the beginnings of human civilization.
Not "gender" segregated. Biological sex-segregated.
But this would add nuance to a public controversy the Sexual Left wants to pretend has no nuance to it at all, so they forget to report that part.
A teen accused of sexually assaulting a fellow student at a Loudoun County high school in May is also accused in a second sexual assault less than five months later at another county high school, according to the Loudoun County commonwealth’s attorney.
The dual allegations sparked anger from parents who showed up at a school board meeting Tuesday night and blasted school officials for their handling of the incidents and the student’s enrollment in a new school after the first allegation.
Some parents who spoke at the meeting grew emotional, saying they feared for the safety of their children in Loudoun County Public Schools.
Note that they refuse to say why
this particular crime has a political, policy-oriented edge to it. Just a random boy r4ping a random girl, which was allegedly "mishandled."
If you want to know the details of that, why, you must be a Racist and a Domestic Terrorist.
But would the Washington Post even be allowed to report on the perp, even if they wanted to?
YouTube, a monopoly video posting site, and a child corporation of Google, a monopoly in the two key businesses of search and ad placement, has given Steven Crowder a "hard strike" -- the last warning before a complete ban -- for daring to mention the transgender part of the story.
They're taking the position that transgenders are never to be accused of sexual crimes, ever.
Even when the transgender nature of the perp is directly relevant to a major public issue involving schoolchildren's safety.
This monopoly has decided you're simply forbidden to mention the gender expression of any perp who isn't "cis" gender.
Straight white males? You can propagandize and propagandize how these little r4pists are constantly attacking young girls.
But put a skirt on that white male who has a normal heterosexual (he would say "homosexual" or "lesbian") attraction to girls...? Then his demographic traits are officially forbidden to be spoken.
YouTube suspended Steven Crowder's channel for one week on Wednesday, claiming the conservative pundit and comedian violated the platform’s rules against hate speech.
YouTube's counsel sent an email to Crowder’s attorney, William Richmond, informing him of the strike against Crowder’s account and explaining that a September 30 video uploaded to Crowder’s channel "targets the transgender community in an offensive manner," according to a copy of the email. YouTube has blocked Crowder from posting videos to his main and auxiliary accounts for one week. The email said in part:
We write again on YouTube's behalf regarding your client, Steven Crowder. YouTube has repeatedly instructed Mr. Crowder regarding its hate speech policy and warned him against continuing violations of that policy through content he uploaded to YouTube. YouTube specifically warned Mr. Crowder that videos he uploaded showed a pattern of recklessly targeting the LGBTQ+ community for abuse and insults. It warned that further uploading of content that targets, insults, and/or abuses the LGBTQ+ community would result in additional penalties.
Crowder responded on Twitter Wednesday: "A hard strike from YouTube and Woe... this is terrifying. We covered SPECIFIC, documented instances of rape. @YouTube says not allowed. All parents should take note. If you believe in the insane notion of biological sex, you will be silenced."
So our Tech Overlords have decided that schoolgirls can be freely r4ped due to dangerous and misguided policies favored completely by the Tech Overlords
, and you're simply not permitted to say that one helped cause the other.
Yes, it's that simple. The cause of transgenderism will be won by Tech Monopolists by deleting/censoring any evidence that it causes harm.
And NeverTrump and the Corporate "Cons" will continue babbling about The Conservative Case for a Fascist Outlawing of Any Speech Contradicting the Political Agenda of Our Illegal Leftwing Monopolies.
From GnuBreed -- this is standard operating procedure in our schools.
OUAT, my daughter was assaulted on a school bus by an older male. I asked her if she wanted to press charges to which she said yes. I then warned her that nothing would happen. But together, we went thru the process.
Step 1 was to force the school cop to cough up an incident report, which didn't exist until I insisted. Then off we went to juvy justice to file charges, with the report and witness statements. Then we waited... forever. They just buried it too.
It's the way The System works, and it is close to universal.
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Corey A. DeAngelis
NEW: The Pennsylvania School Boards Association voted to withdraw from the National School Boards Association because of their recent letter suggesting that some parents should be considered "domestic terrorists."
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