Loudoun County, Virginia, said mom ob school this month at a board meeting that she withdrew her children from the public school system after her 6-year-old asked her if she was “born evil” because she is white.
“We explicitly moved them out of the LCPS because of the quick and uncompromising political agenda of supervisors Williams, Ziegler and the school council. First it was early spring 2020 when my six-year-old came to me grimly and asked me if she was born evil because she was white “She learned something from history lessons at school,” the mother said at a school council meeting on Oct. 26. Video of her testimony has since spread on social media.
“Then you kept the schools closed for a year and a half, despite science showing that it is safe for children to return,” the mother continued. “You have now covered up the rape and arrested, humiliated and falsely accused the parents of being domestic terrorists.”
Loudoun County has faced national attention and condemnation in recent weeks on allegations of concealing a report of sexual assault and ongoing clashes over critical theory of race curriculum in the classroom. Parents are urging k resign from Superintendent Scott Ziegler and the entire school board for alleged cover-up.
An email from May 28 and revealed this month shows Ziegler telling the school council about a sexual assault charge that occurred in a girls ’bathroom at Stone Bridge High School. At a June meeting of the school board, however, Ziegler stated that “a predatory transgender student or person simply does not exist” and that to his knowledge “we have no records of the attacks that took place in our toilets.”
The disclosure of the email sparked mass accusations that the school council covered up the attack, which the district denied.
Loudoun County public school spokesman Wayne Byard told Fox News last week that the school district immediately reported the alleged May 28 attack to the sheriff’s office. He said the reports at the time “could not be made public” because “the nature of the incident is still being investigated”.
The revelation was made just days before the Nov. 2 gubernatorial election in Virginia that focused on education. Republican candidate Glenn Youngkin withdrew from Democrat Terry McAuliffe last week, according to a Fox News poll, with Youngkin garnering 53 percent support against 45 percent of McAuliffe.