Schools try to cover up ''transgender'' bathroom rape of 14y.o. girl | Beaufort County Now | male perp wore skirt to school, used girls restroom

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In the latest incident where school officials put protecting their "transgender" narrative ahead of protecting children, a 14 year old girl has been raped in a school bathroom by a male student who sometimes wore skirts to school and claimed to be "transgender". While all that happened to the rapist was to be transferred to a different school, where he raped another girl, the school went all out to vilify the victim's father for seeking justice.  When the distraught father went to the school, the principal called the police on him, not on the rapist, and that was far from the end of it.  It was the father who ultimately got his daughter to authorities and got a rape kit performed that proved the rape.

This horror story happened in Loudon County, Virginia, epicenter of arrogant, out of touch school boards and administrators trying to ride roughshod over parents.  When the victim's father tried to blow the whistle on this disgusting coverup, he reacted to a leftwing activist denouncing his daughter, and this time the school board had him hauled out in handcuffs and prosecuted.  He had previously been issued a no trespassing notice to try to shut him up. The incident was one cited by Biden's Attorney General to justify putting the FBI on the trail of anti-CRT parents.

What is happening in local schools?  Are males allowed in girls restrooms or shower rooms.?  The Beaufort County School Board also seems to be one that does not want to hear from parents.

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