24 October, 2021

People Need to Go to Prison for This, and I’m Not Talking About Just the Rapist

And they need to be locked away for a long time.

Loudoun County schools covered up rape, prosecuted a concerned father to protect transgender agenda | Washington Examiner

The article in the Daily Wire is better, but subscriber only.

Loudoun County Schools Tried To Conceal Sexual Assault Against Daughter In Bathroom, Father Says | The Daily Wire

The Washington Examiner has a good summary.

The story highlights the arrest of a Virginia father who tried to protest pro-transgender policies the Loudoun County School Board was trying to implement at a June 22 meeting. Scott Smith was trying to tell the board that this ninth-grade daughter had been raped in the girl’s restroom by a boy wearing a skirt. Another woman at the meeting, a leftist community activist, told Smith she didn’t believe his daughter. He fired back, a police officer stepped in and grabbed Smith’s arm, Smith yanked it away, and then he was arrested.

The parent of the raped daughter was arrested. The school board who made it all possible and who were defending the rapist, were not.

The world is turned upside down.

Many parents (including myself) have warned that allowing boys to use girls bathrooms under the guise of tolerance of transgenderism is inherently dangerous. And we did not want our girls put into a situation like that. We feared what might happen.

We were mocked, ridiculed and (at best) ignored.

I understand gender dysphoria. I understand not wanting to be bound by society’s ideas on what defines you as a member of a particular gender. But the answer can’t be that boys can go in with the girls. We probably need to go to private single occupancy restrooms in all public places.

Anyway, here’s what happened in Virginia.

The Daily Wire’s Luke Rosiak writes:

Two girls, allegedly sexually assaulted in school, four months apart, by the same person. And so far, the only person to be convicted of a crime is the victim’s father.
A school policy passed following what appear to be false statements from the superintendent — a policy whose passage would have been politically impossible had Smith’s story seen the light of day.

This is truly outrageous. Loudoun County failed Smith, his daughter, and every single other parent who sends their children to its schools. School officials covered up what happened to Smith’s daughter so they could force through an unpopular and dangerous policy in the name of inclusion. When Smith tried to protest, they arrested him.

And as Rosiak notes, the local leftist prosecutor, known generally for being soft on criminals, nonetheless went out of her way to throw the book at Smith for daring to speak out about the transgender rapist who victimized his daughter.

How could Loudoun County parents possibly justify sending their children back to such schools as the ones these people run?

The boy was a known rapist. He had attempted this before at another school. How could Louden County have allowed this to occur.

Smith didn’t do anything wrong. If it had been my daughter, me screaming at a school board meeting would be the least of their worries.

They say “Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned”. I’d put “father whose daughter has just been raped” above that. We as a group tend to be rather over-protective of our daughters. The school board got lucky.

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