Controversy in Loudon County

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Event.png Controversy in Loudon County (Third rail topic) Rdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
Date2020 - Present
LocationVirginia,  USA
ParticipantsRalph Northam, George Soros, Terry McAuliffe, Buta Biberaj
PerpetratorsBilderberg/Steering committee
InterestsSchool
DescriptionWhat is going on in Loudon County?

The Controversy in Loudon County, Virginia began in 2020. Since then, some strange things have been going on in this affluent county, particularly in reference to the public school district. Virginia has seen harsh COVID-19 measures in the public school system.

Background

Loudon County in Northern Virginia, just outside Washington DC, is one of the most wealthy counties in the entire United States. Traditionally a rural county, Loudoun County's population has grown dramatically since the 1980s having undergone heavy suburbanization since 1990. Historically a Republican area, it has shifted into a more safe Democrat area.

Loudoun County Public Schools

Critical Race Theory

In 2020, the district paid $34167 to The Equity Collaborative, for Critical Race Theory coaching for its staff.[1]

In June 2021, two parents were arrested after comments made by parents at a school board meeting.[2][3]

Sexual assault allegations

Despite the school board's intentions of appearing woke, they have come under fire for covering up rape. In August 2021, the school district passed a gender self identification policy for students.[4]

Scott Smith, a working class parent and plumber by trade, told the school board that his daughter was sexually assaulted in a school toilet by a "transgender girl"[5]. He said that the school attempted to cover it up.[6] The county sought the arrest of Smith. The county prosecutor Buta Biberaj has links to George Soros and Democratic Governor nominee Terry McAuliffe.[7][8]


 

Participants

ParticipantDescription
Buta Biberaj
Terry McAuliffeVirginia politician. Attended two Bilderbergs.
Ralph Northam
George SorosFinancial speculator, Beneficiary of Black Wednesday


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