TV News Blacks Out Parents Confronting Lib School Board that Allowed Rapes

On Tuesday, angry Loudoun County, Virginia parents confronted the radical liberal school board that allowed two high school girls to be allegedly raped by a “gender fluid” boy because they wanted to put transgender bathroom policies ahead of student safety. Wednesday was the day two of the liberal media’s total television blackout (ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, MSNBC) of the story, that’s despite those parents and the father of the first victim speaking out. Instead of reporting on this story, ABC’s World News Tonight, CBS Evening News, and NBC Nightly News were fixated on a bow and arrow attack in Norway, the FDA’s new guidelines for salt, and actor William Shatner going up into space on a Blue Origin rocket. Two of them were even aware enough that they admitted they were helping to market the flights for billionaire Jeff Bezos. ABC also found the time to gushed about the weather. Meanwhile, on a more serious new network, Fox News Channel’s Special Report was broadcasting the voices of those angry parents looking for justice and protection for their kids. “Tonight, the epicenter of the controversy, a northern Virginia community that’s being rocked by a horrifying allegation from one of the faces of that movement,” announced anchor Bret Baier. “Last night, more than 60 concerned parents, students, and residents spoke out at a Loudoun County school board meeting, some calling on Superintendent Scott Ziegler to resign following two alleged sexual assaults in Loudoun schools since May,” reported correspondent Mike Emanuel.     Emanuel highlighted the outrage from three apparent moms as they railed against the school board during a public comment period on Tuesday: UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN 1: I deserve answers. (…) UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN 2: This is not China, this is the United States of America and we will not be silenced, you are liable for these injustices. Remove the superintendent immediately and then resign for your negligence and duplicity. End this nightmare. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN 3: Your moral compasses are busted! You, Dr. Ziegler, and our school board, every one of you are complicit in these crimes against our children because you did nothing about it! Nothing! “The emotion expressed by parents comes as the Virginia governor's race tightens. It is in the final three weeks of the campaign,” Emanuel noted. “With Republican Glenn Youngkin on the side of parents who want a greater say, and Democrat Terry McAuliffe saying parents should not be telling schools what to teach.”     In an interview with Fox News’s Laura Ingraham Tuesday night, Scott Smith, the father of the first victim, recounted how the school board showed open contempt for parents back in June when they had him arrested for trying to speak out about his daughter. “No, they were tuning us all out. They were looking away. They were reading magazines,” he said, also noting that they repeatedly scolding parents for clapping and booing. And in concluding his report, Emanuel read from a statement the school board put out claiming “School board members are not typically given details of disciplinary matters.” But during the meeting back in June, Ziegler condescendingly declared that no such assaults have ever happened in their school bathrooms nor any bathrooms for that matter. This continued blackout of how radical liberal policies led to two innocent girls getting raped was made possible because of lucrative sponsorships from Consumer Cellular on ABC, Crest on CBS, and Ford Motor Company on NBC. Their contact information is linked so you can tell them about the disturbingly biased news they fund. CBS Evening News has also asked people to “text” anchor Norah O’Donnell story idea at: (202) 217-1107. The transcript is below, click "expand" to read: Fox News Channel’s Special Report October 13, 2021 6:25:43 p.m. Eastern BRET BAIER: Education has become a major issue in the Virginia gubernatorial race. Tonight, the epicenter of the controversy, a northern Virginia community that’s being rocked by a horrifying allegation from one of the faces of that movement. Chief Washington correspondent Mike Emanuel has the story tonight. [Cuts to Video] SCOTT SMITH: My daughter was assaulted at the end of school in May of last year. And you know, I went to the school board meeting, you know, to see what was going on because I had seen all this crazy stuff on TV. MIKE EMANUEL: Scott Smith, whose arrest at a June, Loudoun County School Board meeting went viral, has appealed there’s a reason why he was so emotional that night, alleging that his daughter was attacked in a school girl’s bathroom by a male student wearing a skirt. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN 1: I deserve answers. EMANUEL: Last night, more than 60 concerned parents, students, and residents spoke out at a Loudoun County school board meeting, some calling on Superintendent Scott Ziegler to resign following two alleged sexual assaults in Loudoun schools since May. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN 2: This is not Chi

TV News Blacks Out Parents Confronting Lib School Board that Allowed Rapes
On Tuesday, angry Loudoun County, Virginia parents confronted the radical liberal school board that allowed two high school girls to be allegedly raped by a “gender fluid” boy because they wanted to put transgender bathroom policies ahead of student safety. Wednesday was the day two of the liberal media’s total television blackout (ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, MSNBC) of the story, that’s despite those parents and the father of the first victim speaking out. Instead of reporting on this story, ABC’s World News Tonight, CBS Evening News, and NBC Nightly News were fixated on a bow and arrow attack in Norway, the FDA’s new guidelines for salt, and actor William Shatner going up into space on a Blue Origin rocket. Two of them were even aware enough that they admitted they were helping to market the flights for billionaire Jeff Bezos. ABC also found the time to gushed about the weather. Meanwhile, on a more serious new network, Fox News Channel’s Special Report was broadcasting the voices of those angry parents looking for justice and protection for their kids. “Tonight, the epicenter of the controversy, a northern Virginia community that’s being rocked by a horrifying allegation from one of the faces of that movement,” announced anchor Bret Baier. “Last night, more than 60 concerned parents, students, and residents spoke out at a Loudoun County school board meeting, some calling on Superintendent Scott Ziegler to resign following two alleged sexual assaults in Loudoun schools since May,” reported correspondent Mike Emanuel.     Emanuel highlighted the outrage from three apparent moms as they railed against the school board during a public comment period on Tuesday: UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN 1: I deserve answers. (…) UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN 2: This is not China, this is the United States of America and we will not be silenced, you are liable for these injustices. Remove the superintendent immediately and then resign for your negligence and duplicity. End this nightmare. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN 3: Your moral compasses are busted! You, Dr. Ziegler, and our school board, every one of you are complicit in these crimes against our children because you did nothing about it! Nothing! “The emotion expressed by parents comes as the Virginia governor's race tightens. It is in the final three weeks of the campaign,” Emanuel noted. “With Republican Glenn Youngkin on the side of parents who want a greater say, and Democrat Terry McAuliffe saying parents should not be telling schools what to teach.”     In an interview with Fox News’s Laura Ingraham Tuesday night, Scott Smith, the father of the first victim, recounted how the school board showed open contempt for parents back in June when they had him arrested for trying to speak out about his daughter. “No, they were tuning us all out. They were looking away. They were reading magazines,” he said, also noting that they repeatedly scolding parents for clapping and booing. And in concluding his report, Emanuel read from a statement the school board put out claiming “School board members are not typically given details of disciplinary matters.” But during the meeting back in June, Ziegler condescendingly declared that no such assaults have ever happened in their school bathrooms nor any bathrooms for that matter. This continued blackout of how radical liberal policies led to two innocent girls getting raped was made possible because of lucrative sponsorships from Consumer Cellular on ABC, Crest on CBS, and Ford Motor Company on NBC. Their contact information is linked so you can tell them about the disturbingly biased news they fund. CBS Evening News has also asked people to “text” anchor Norah O’Donnell story idea at: (202) 217-1107. The transcript is below, click "expand" to read: Fox News Channel’s Special Report October 13, 2021 6:25:43 p.m. Eastern BRET BAIER: Education has become a major issue in the Virginia gubernatorial race. Tonight, the epicenter of the controversy, a northern Virginia community that’s being rocked by a horrifying allegation from one of the faces of that movement. Chief Washington correspondent Mike Emanuel has the story tonight. [Cuts to Video] SCOTT SMITH: My daughter was assaulted at the end of school in May of last year. And you know, I went to the school board meeting, you know, to see what was going on because I had seen all this crazy stuff on TV. MIKE EMANUEL: Scott Smith, whose arrest at a June, Loudoun County School Board meeting went viral, has appealed there’s a reason why he was so emotional that night, alleging that his daughter was attacked in a school girl’s bathroom by a male student wearing a skirt. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN 1: I deserve answers. EMANUEL: Last night, more than 60 concerned parents, students, and residents spoke out at a Loudoun County school board meeting, some calling on Superintendent Scott Ziegler to resign following two alleged sexual assaults in Loudoun schools since May. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN 2: This is not China, this is the United States of America and we will not be silenced, you are liable for these injustices. Remove the superintendent immediately and then resign for your negligence and duplicity. End this nightmare. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN 3: Your moral compasses are busted! You, Dr. Ziegler, and our school board, every one of you are complicit in these crimes against our children because you did nothing about it! Nothing! EMANUEL: The emotion expressed by parents comes as the Virginia governor's race tightens. It is in the final three weeks of the campaign. With Republican Glenn Youngkin on the side of parents who want a greater say, and Democrat Terry McAuliffe saying parents should not be telling schools what to teach. One Republican activist weighed in on the governor’s race. PATTI MENDERS (Republican activist): We want the governor that's going to get back to academics. We want to governor that's going to remove critical race theory from our schools, not look at children based on their skin color. EMANUEL: In late September, the National School Boards Association sent a letter to President Biden saying violent threats against schools and teachers, quote, "Could be the equivalent to a form of domestic terrorism." Yet at least 11 state-level school boards, including Virginia, have distanced themselves from or outright condemned the letter. [Cuts back to live] Loudoun County Public Schools has now issued a statement about sexual assault allegations, citing an ongoing criminal investigation and noting that, quote, "School board members are not typically given details of disciplinary matters." Bret. BAIER: We’ll follow this. Mike, thank you.