Sailer On Bathroom Rape In Loudoun County: "As I May Have Mentioned Once Or Twice, Fetishists In Frocks Often Aren't Nice Guys"
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In 2021, autogynephilic fetishists rank near the tippy-top of the Intersectional Hierarchy of Sacred Humans, far above straight black men like Dave Chappelle and straight white women like J.K. Rowling or normal teenage girls who want to use what used to be the girl’s room without being raped by a boy in a skirt.

From the Daily Mail:

The furious parents of a 15-year-old high schooler are suing Loudon County in Virginia after their daughter was allegedly raped by a ‘skirt-wearing male student’ in a ‘gender fluid’ school bathroom.

Jess and Scott Smith allege that the district attempted to cover up the alleged assault. They claim that Superintendent Scott Ziegler alleged there was no record of the May 28 incident at Stonebridge High School in Leesburg, Virginia, despite Loudoun County Sheriff’s office conducting a two-month long investigation into the allegations.

On June 22, Scott Smith was filmed exploding with anger about the assault at a school board meeting, and was later convicted over the disturbance. He only revealed the alleged sex attack that had sparked his fury earlier this week.

The alleged attacker, who has not been named, but is also 15 years-old, is further accused of carrying out another attack at Broad Run High School in Loudoun County on October 6, and is now in custody. Ziegler claims he wasn’t aware of the attack at the time of the meeting that saw Scott Smith arrested.

The Smiths are suing under the provisions of Title IX of the United States’ federal civil rights law — which prohibits sex-based discrimination in educational institutions.

But anti-discrimination laws are increasingly out-of-date. Now all that matters is who outranks whom in sacredness.

… The lawsuit comes after Smiths demanded the resignation of Loudoun County Schools Superintendent Scott Ziegler for what they say was a cover-up of the incident. They say they are not anti-gay, but do not approve of ‘transgender kids’ stuff’.

Loudoun County is home to one of the United States’ wokest school boards, and has shot to notoriety this year as parents clash with board members over topics including critical race theory and gender identity.

Scott Smith’s lawyers also plan to fight the ‘wrongful and unconstitutional’ charges filed against him after he was arrested and found guilty of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest at a June school board meeting where he confronted Ziegler.

… On June 22 — four weeks after the Smiths’ daughter told teachers she was raped in the girls’ bathrooms at Stone Bridge High School — Ziegler, who earns $295,000 as the school superintendent, told a crowded school board meeting: ‘To my knowledge, we don’t have any record of assaults occurring in our restrooms.’

He then went further, calling it a debunked theory that a transgender person is more likely to sexually assault a cisgender (non-trans) person and that the ‘predatory trans person does not exist’.

‘I think it’s important to keep our perspective on this, we’ve heard it several times tonight from our public speakers but the predator transgender student or person simply does not exist,’ he said.

Transgenders are the Good People, maybe the Best People, so, logically, they can’t do bad things. If a boy in a dress raped your daughter in the gender-fluid bathroom, well, she must have had it coming.

However, the Loudoun County Sheriff’s office confirmed to Fox News this week that they had conducted a two-month investigation into the alleged sexual assault at the school.

‘We can confirm a May 28, 2021 case that involved a thorough 2-month-long investigation that was conducted to determine the facts of the case prior to arrest,’ the sheriff’s office reportedly said.

‘This case is still pending court proceedings. The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office is not able to provide any documents that pertain to a pending case.’

The male student, who was allowed into the bathroom because he told staff he identified as female, was arrested in July, a month after Smith’s outburst at the school board meeting.

The boy allegedly went on to allegedly sexually assault another girl, at a different school, Broad Run High School, on October 6. Broad Run is also part of Loudoun County. Further details on the circumstances of that assault, including why he was at a different school, have not been made clear.

He is now in juvenile detention awaiting a court appearance on all charges, which include sexual battery and forcible sodomy.

From the New York Post:

Letter to WH suggests dad of ‘sexually assaulted’ girl a ‘domestic terrorist’

By Lee Brown and Tamar Lapin
October 13, 2021 1:35pm Updated

The father of a girl who was allegedly sexually assaulted in a Virginia school bathroom should be treated as a domestic terrorist, the National School Boards Association (NSBA) suggested in a pointed letter to the White House — after the distraught dad stormed a local school board meeting and demanded officials take responsibility.

Scott Smith, 48, was filmed being wrestled to the floor and arrested at a June 22 public meeting of the Loudoun County School Board — with his wife yelling, “My child was raped at school and this is what happens!”

“In Virginia, an individual was arrested,” the NSBA wrote, linking to an NBC Washington report about Smith’s arrest at the meeting.

It was one of the key examples of what the association said proved that “America’s public schools and its education leaders are under an immediate threat” from a “growing number of threats of violence and acts of intimidation occurring across the nation.”

“NSBA believes immediate assistance is required,” the group wrote.

“NSBA specifically solicits the expertise and resources of the US Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), US Department of Homeland Security, US Secret Service, and its National Threat Assessment Center.”

The letter insisted that the “heinous actions” were “equivalent to a form of domestic terrorism and hate crimes.”

The letter, which came to light this week, was dated Sept. 29 — just five days before Attorney General Merrick Garland’s controversial decision to get the FBI to investigate the apparent threat.

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