Loudoun County Mom To School Board: My 6-Year-Old Daughter ‘Asked Me If She Was Born Evil Because She Was A White Person’ | Beaufort County Now | Speaking at a Loudoun County Public Schools Board Meeting, a mother claimed, in a now-viral video, that her young daughter “somberly” asked her whether “she was born evil because she was a white person.”
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Speaking at a Loudoun County Public Schools Board Meeting, a mother claimed, in a now-viral video, that her young daughter "somberly" asked her whether "she was born evil because she was a white person."
The mother, whose identity is not clear, claimed in a one-minute speech: "My children now are in private school and are thriving. We had specifically moved into LCPS district because of its great reputation, yet we've been chased out of LCPS due to the swift and uncompromising political agenda of Superintendents Williams, Ziegler and the school board that have forced upon us. First it was in early Spring of 2020 when my six-year-old somberly came to me and asked me if she was born evil because she was a white person, something she learned in a history lesson at school."
She added, "I wish I could return my kids to LCPS; private school's expensive and I want my kids to be able to walk home from schools with their friends in their own community. I refuse to allow you to destroy our schools. They are not your schools; they are our schools. You all should be ashamed and you should have the moral courage to admit you are wrong and step down."
The next speaker stated that she was concerned about her 14-year-old daughter, who would be "walking the halls of Broad Run High School, and unfortunately I don't trust you with her care." After referencing the case of the male student accused of sexually assaulting a female student at a Stone Bridge High School in Loudoun County, she added, "I couldn't but help notice the rules for this meeting; which state there will be no public access to bathrooms or other facilities inside the LCPS administrative offices. I guess you wanted to make absolutely certain that your restrooms were safe. Resign or be removed."
Last week, a Virginia court ruled there was enough evidence to find that the teen accused of sexually assaulting a fellow student in a Loudoun County high school bathroom in May "engaged in non-consensual sex." The Daily Wire reported on October 25:
The teen who appeared in court on Monday is standing trial on two separate cases: one involving a female student at Stone Bridge High School and a different incident in a classroom at Broad Run High School, both in the Loudoun County school district. The teen, who reportedly identifies as "gender fluid" is alleged to have assaulted Scott Smith's daughter in a girl's restroom at Stone Bridge while wearing a skirt. Despite indications that he had committed a serious crime, the boy was transferred.
A father of four young daughters spoke later saying, "Your policies are contributing to creating an unsafe environment in the schools. I do not want boys in my daughters' bathrooms; I do not want boys on my daughters' sports teams. How can I as a father, trust you as a superintendent and you as a school board to keep my daughter safe at school? Why would I want to entrust you with all of our daughters once they become school age? The answer is I can't."
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