Virginia schools make it easy to sexually exploit and abuse children

Loudoun County Virginia sexually exploit abuse children

Loudoun County, Virginia schools make it easy to sexually exploit and abuse children

In 2020, the Democrat-controlled Virginia General Assembly voted for — and Democrat Governor Ralph Northam signed — a law that made it easier to sexually exploit and abuse children in public schools by removing the requirement to report instances of sexual battery, stalking, violation of a protective order, and violent threats occurring on school property.

This is another instance of the disturbing trend toward the destruction of traditional family values we have been witnessing in the LGBT culture war.

For example, California has long been a “leader” when it comes to the making it easier to sexually exploit and abuse children. From laws mandating unlimited access to abortion services to laws advancing the LGBT agenda, the Golden State never fails to run out of finding new ways to feed its deviant desires.

A few weeks ago, California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill into law that might leave Virginia legislators green with envy. The California law makes it easier to sexually exploit and abuse children by forcing insurance companies to conceal from parents the medical services their children are receiving, including services involving abortion, puberty blockers, and cross-sex hormones.

East coast blue states are always ready to join their west coast brethren when it comes to advancing the LGBT culture war, particularly when it comes to making it easier to sexually exploit and abuse children. Sometimes, however, the east coast gets a jump on things as we see in the Virginia law (via National Review):

§ 22.1-279.3:1 of Virginia code had required that these, among a number of other major crimes, be reported to law enforcement if they occurred on campus. Democrats insisted that misdemeanors be extirpated from reporting requirements in House Bill 257, replacing the word “criminal” with “felony” in the code.

In a stunning exchange between legislators in the House of Delegates last year, Todd Gilbert, the Republican Leader in the body, asked Delegate Mike Mullen “did I hear correctly that you would not have to report sexual battery to law enforcement any longer if we accept these amendments?”

“I would answer the minority leader that he is not hard of hearing, and that he is asking me to repeat this over again even though he heard it the first time,” responded Mullen, the bill’s sponsor. (emphasis mine)

Though the Virginia law is over a year old, recent revelations regarding the Loudoun County Public Schools and its attempt to conceal the rape of a 15-year-old female student by a male student wearing a skirt in the girls’ bathroom shows us that ultimately, pro-LGBT laws are designed to make it easier to sexually exploit and abuse children (via Daily Wire):

On June 22, Scott Smith was arrested at a Loudoun County, Virginia, school board meeting, a meeting that was ultimately deemed an “unlawful assembly” after many attendees vocally opposed a policy on transgender students.

What people did not know is that weeks prior on May 28, Smith says, a boy allegedly wearing a skirt entered a girls’ bathroom at nearby Stone Bridge High School, where he sexually assaulted Smith’s ninth-grade daughter.

Minutes before Smith’s arrest, the Loudoun County Public Schools superintendent lectured the public that concerns about the transgender policy were misplaced because the school system had no record of any assault occurring in any school bathroom. (emphasis mine)

Of course there was no record. No such report is required under the Virginia law passed last year. The good news, however, is that a 14-year-old suspect was arrested on July 8.

Mr. Smith’s case is still being investigated, but his accusations against Loudoun County Public Schools carried enough weight to force one of its members to resign for “personal” reasons.

“Please accept this letter as my formal resignation from the Loudoun County School Board effective November 2, 2021,” Beth Barts wrote in a Facebook post. “This was not an easy decision or a decision made in haste. After much thought and careful consideration, it is the right decision for me and my family.”

By the way, Mr. Smith would be classified as a “domestic terrorist” under Department of Justice guidelines being developed by Joe Biden and Merrick Garland to silence parents exercising their free speech rights to criticize government’s promotion of Critical Race Theory and the LGBT agenda.

A few years ago, the American College of Pediatricians issued a statement regarding the growing transgender movement and how it is affecting our children. Calling it, at best, a sign of “confused thinking” and not a “genetic marker of a [biological] disorder, the ACP concluded:

“Conditioning children into believing a lifetime of chemical and surgical impersonation of the opposite sex is normal and healthful is child abuse.” (emphasis mine)

As the LGBT culture war continues to advance across America, finding ways to make it easier — and legal — to sexually exploit and abuse our children is also being promoted in Washington.

Joe Biden and his cohorts on Capitol Hill are currently working on legislation to codify Roe v. Wade, and the self-proclaimed Catholic occupying the White House has issued several executive orders promoting the LGBT agenda. Planned Parenthood also expanded their menu of services a few years ago to include hormone “sex-change” treatment FOR MINORS to be paid for through Medicaid.

It’s beyond dispute that the end game in the LGBT culture war is to make it legal and acceptable to sexually exploit and abuse children — and to take down every obstacle standing in the way of reaching that goal.

This is why we continue to read stories about governments in America and around the world passing laws limiting parental rights. Or worse, passing laws that would allow government to seize children from parents who refuse to facilitate a child’s decision to have an abortion or chose a new “gender identity” or “gender expression.”

Once again, I invite you to consider this question: As the LGBT culture war against the traditional family marches on, are you going to fight for our children and protect them from the deviants like those running Loudoun County, Virginia schools who want to sexually exploit and abuse them?


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