Loudoun County mom claims daughter, 6, was taught she was ‘born evil’ because she’s white

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A Virginia mother told a local school board last week that her six-year-old child asked her if she was ‘born evil’ because she’s white as parent backlash over the teaching of critical race theory continues to dominate the conversation ahead of Tuesday’s gubernatorial election.

Video of the mother who appeared at the Loudoun County Public School board meeting in Ashburn, Virginia, on Tuesday went viral over the weekend.

The unidentified woman claims she moved her daughter out of the district because of the school curriculum.

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She blamed former Loudoun County Public Schools Superintendent Eric Williams; his successor, Dr. Scott Ziegler, and the school board.

A Virginia mother told a local school board last week that her six-year-old child asked her if she was ‘born evil’ because she’s white

A Virginia mother told a local school board last week that her six-year-old child asked her if she was ‘born evil’ because she’s white

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Parent backlash over the teaching of critical race theory continues to dominate the conversation ahead of Tuesday’s gubernatorial election in Virginia. The image above shows opponents of critical race theory protesting outside Loudoun County School Board headquarters in Ashburn, Virginia on June 22

Parent backlash over the teaching of critical race theory continues to dominate the conversation ahead of Tuesday’s gubernatorial election in Virginia. The image above shows opponents of critical race theory protesting outside Loudoun County School Board headquarters in Ashburn, Virginia on June 22

Scott Smith, the father of a 15-year-old girl who was said to have been sexually assaulted in a school bathroom, was pictured with a bloody mouth, being dragged out of a school board meeting on June 22 - a month after the attack - after listening to school officials say no one had been sexually assaulted in the bathrooms when that's what his daughter had reported the previous month

Scott Smith, the father of a 15-year-old girl who was said to have been sexually assaulted in a school bathroom, was pictured with a bloody mouth, being dragged out of a school board meeting on June 22 – a month after the attack – after listening to school officials say no one had been sexually assaulted in the bathrooms when that’s what his daughter had reported the previous month 

‘We had specifically moved them out of LCPS due to the swift and uncompromising political agenda of Superintendents Williams, Ziegler, and the school board had forced upon us,’ the mother said.

‘First, it was in the 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.

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‘Something she learned in a history lesson at school.’

The woman continued: ‘Then, you kept the schools closed for a year-and-a-half, despite the science indicating it was safe for kids to return.

At a Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) board meeting on Tuesday enraged parents cited an email that surfaced last week where Superintendent Scott Ziegler (pictured) reported an alleged sexual assault in the girls' bathroom. They were infuriated because just a month earlier he publicly said that he had no record of bathroom assaults

At a Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) board meeting on Tuesday enraged parents cited an email that surfaced last week where Superintendent Scott Ziegler (pictured) reported an alleged sexual assault in the girls’ bathroom. They were infuriated because just a month earlier he publicly said that he had no record of bathroom assaults

Parents stood outside the meeting holding placards that read: 'Protect girls not gender' and' 'women and girls are not collateral damage'

Parents stood outside the meeting holding placards that read: ‘Protect girls not gender’ and’ ‘women and girls are not collateral damage’

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Parents referenced LCPS's pro-transgender policy 8040, which allows students 'to use the facility that corresponds to their consistently asserted gender identity'

Parents referenced LCPS’s pro-transgender policy 8040, which allows students ‘to use the facility that corresponds to their consistently asserted gender identity’

Students walked out of Loudoun County's schools on Tuesday in protest against the county's handling of a rape allegation after a judge found the boy accused guilty

Students walked out of Loudoun County’s schools on Tuesday in protest against the county’s handling of a rape allegation after a judge found the boy accused guilty 

‘Now, you’ve covered up a rape, and arrested, humiliated, and falsely accused parents of being domestic terrorists.’

The Virginia district has been the epicenter of anger this summer at school curricula and policies – in particular, the teaching of critical race theory and rules regarding transgender students.

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‘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.

Four weeks earlier, Scott Smith’s 15-year-old daughter told teachers she was raped in the girls’ bathrooms at Stone Bridge High School in Leesburg, Virginia, by a male student who had been allowed into the bathroom because he told staff he identified as female.

The boy was arrested in July – a month after the meeting – but he went on to allegedly sexually assault another girl, at a different school in the same district, in October.

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

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A June 22 meeting in the district descended into violence and chaos, with brawls and police called to make several arrests.

Furious parents demanded the resignation of Ziegler, shown on June 22, telling a school board meeting that there had been no reports of sexual assaults involving transgender kids in bathrooms when one was reported on May 28

Furious parents demanded the resignation of Ziegler, shown on June 22, telling a school board meeting that there had been no reports of sexual assaults involving transgender kids in bathrooms when one was reported on May 28

Smith was dragged out of the meeting. Ziegler claimed the board received no reports of sexual assaults.  

Enraged parents cited an email that surfaced recently where Ziegler reported an alleged sexual assault in the girls’ bathroom.  

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The incident reportedly took place on May 28 and Scott was arrested on June 22.

Two months after the incident, the boy – who has not been named because he is a juvenile – was arrested for forced sodomy.

And in October, he was arrested again on different charges for allegedly assaulting a different girl, at a different school. He is now in a juvenile detention center.

At the meeting on June 22, Ziegler said the school had never had any form of incident inside a bathroom or locker room involving a transgender child. 

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‘To my knowledge, we don’t have any record of assaults occurring in our restrooms,’ he said first.

But a newly unearthed email reveals that on May 28, the day the alleged rape happened, he sent this email to colleagues confirming that it had been reported. ‘This afternoon, a female student alleged that a male student sexually assaulted her in the restroom,’ it read.


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