Walsh rented a room in Virginia from a friend for a dollar so he could be able to speak at the meeting
Conservative political commentator Matt Walsh slammed the Loudoun County school board for his gender ideology during their weekly meeting on Tuesday and accused him of being a predator.
Walsh tweeted, “They only give you 60 seconds to speak, they won’t show the speakers on the livestream, they make you wear a mask, and after all this requires ID and proof of residence to enter It happens.” Room for one dollar from a Virginia resident to comply with the school board’s demand that all speakers be residents. “They put up everything they could but I still spoke my mind.”
Walsh said during his quick remarks to the school board, “I would like to thank you all for allowing me to talk to you tonight, but you didn’t allow it, yet here I am.” “Now you just give us 60 seconds, so let me get to the point. You’re all child abusers. You hunt down influential kids and enlist them in your crazy ideological cult, a cult that espouses many fanatical ideas. But none is so neurotic as the idea that boys are girls and girls are boys.
“By imposing this blatant nonsense on students to such an extent that young girls are forced to share locker rooms with boys, you deprive these children of safety and privacy and something more fundamental, which is the truth. If education is not based on truth, it is useless. Worse, it is poison. You are poison. You are the hunter.”
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Walsh alleged that the school board attempted to make it difficult for speakers at the meeting to voice their opinion because they knew their views were “unforgivable”.
A spokesman for the Loudoun County School Board declined to comment about Walsh’s appearance.
In August, the school board Passed One measure mandates that teachers and staff refer to students by their preferred pronouns and that students are allowed to choose bathrooms, locker rooms and sports teams based on their gender identity.
Remedy 1 Aug 30 . adhered to ruling From Virginia Supreme courtwho ruled Loudoun County Public School A lower court abused its discretion by ordering the reinstatement of Loudoun County teacher Tanner Cross after being placed on administrative leave in May for criticizing a proposed transgender policy.
Cross citing his religion viral speech May at a school board meeting, emphasizing her belief that referring to students with pronouns that don’t match their biological gender is “lying to a child, it’s abuse of a child, and it’s our God.” sinning against.”