‘You Guys Failed’! Two Sexual Assaults Committed By Trans Boy, Blows Up School Board Meeting

There are some things in life you know will come to pass.

When progressives started demanding that boys, identifying as girls, must be allowed to use girls’ bathrooms and locker rooms, parents around the country objected vehemently.

This resistance was quickly labeled as transphobic.

As with other social issues, the leftists wore down the opposition with a few schools finally acquiescing to their demands.

Unfortunately what was feared would happen, has happened, this time in Virginia.

Parents blasted members of the Loudoun County Board of Education and the superintendent, calling for resignations after a student was charged with two sexual assaults on two different campuses.

Scott Smith confirmed to 7News that his daughter was the victim of a sexual assault in the girl’s bathroom at Stonebridge High School at the end of May. The Daily Wire reported that Smith claimed a boy who was wearing a skirt had entered the girls’ bathroom at the high school and sexually assaulted his ninth-grade daughter.

Smith was arrested in June at a school in Loudoun County, Virginia, during a board meeting at which hundreds of parents voiced concerns about the district’s transgender policy and Critical Race Theory (CRT). His arrest came after the board ordered the room cleared as attendees grew more upset with comments that were made.

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that the same juvenile suspect was charged with a second sexual assault at another Loudoun County school after the May 28 incident.

Smith’s attorney, Elizabeth Lancaster, said the boy was charged with two counts of forcible sodomy, one count of anal sodomy, and one count of forcible fellatio that day at school.

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Scott’s arrest caused parents to bring their signs and voices to Tuesday’s school board meeting.

“You guys failed. Sexual assaults happening in public schools is unacceptable and should never happen,” said Linda Killen.

“How do you expect parents across this county to drop off their kids and entrust you all to keep them safe when you’ve shown on more than one occasion you are not up for the job,” Monica Sadeghi added.


The far-left National School Boards Association (NSBA) attacked Smith in a letter to the Biden administration, calling parents like him “domestic terrorists” and pleading with the federal government to use the PATRIOT Act to counteract parents who opposed radical policies.

The NSBA cited Smith’s arrest as an example of parents “inciting chaos during board meetings”.

Following is the school’s board’s response which basically says they just recently found about the 2 assaults, can’t say anything or take any actions until all the local, state, and federal administrative processes are completed.

The school released the following statement Wednesday afternoon:

“Loudoun County Public Schools is aware of the media and social media reports concerning alleged sexual assaults at two of our high school campuses. While LCPS takes student privacy seriously and cannot reveal details concerning the actions of any specific student, we do want to clarify our investigative process. Principals are legally required to report to the local law enforcement agency any act, including sexual assault, that may constitute a felony offense under Va. Code 22.1-279.3:1. That process was followed with respect to these allegations. Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office was contacted within minutes of receiving the initial report on May 28. Once a matter has been reported to law enforcement, LCPS does not begin its investigation until law enforcement advises LCPS that it has completed the criminal investigation. To maintain the integrity of the criminal investigation, law enforcement requested that LCPS not interview students until their investigation is concluded. LCPS has cooperated and continues to cooperate with law enforcement.

Furthermore, LCPS is prohibited from disciplining any student without following the Title IX grievance process, which includes investigating complaints of sexual harassment and sexual assault. LCPS does impose interim measures to protect the safety of students involved in the original incident, deter retaliation, and preserve the integrity of the investigation and resolution process. LCPS has complied and continues to comply with its obligations under Title IX.

School Board members are typically not given details of disciplinary matters. The board may be obligated to consider long-term suspensions or expulsions and must ensure that students have not been deprived of due process. Consequently, members of the Loudoun County School Board were not aware of the specific details of this incident until it was reported in media outlets earlier this week. We are unable to locate any records that indicate that Scott Smith had registered in advance to speak at the June 22, 2021 board meeting.”

I have some advice on how to prevent this from happening in the future.

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Keep the teenage boys out of the girl’s bathrooms!

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