Loudoun County (VA) Superintendent Apologizes, Board Member Resigns as Backlash Grows Over Alleged Sexual Assaults

The superintendent of Loudoun County Public Schools issued an apology and a school board member resigned on Friday as the district faces mounting backlash over its response to two alleged sexual assaults, one of which was allegedly carried out by a skirt-wearing male student in a girls’ bathroom. Superintendent Scott Ziegler apologized for saying during a June event that the Virginia district had no record of assaults taking place in its bathrooms. His comments came amid debate about policy changes related to self-identified transgender students. Ziegler said Friday that he misunderstood the question when he made the comment. 

Wonder if Biden will sick AG Garland on this highly volatile matter that’s made national news? Oh yeah, the President can’t do that since he only cares about what goes on in Florida and Texas.

RELATED: More cover-up: Loudoun officials defied state reporting law on sexual assaults

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