Republican says new bombing email ‘confirms’ that school board has placed an alleged assault and ‘endangered students’ in schools, Republicans say
Great Falls, Va. – Virginia Republican governor candidate Glenn Youngkin calls for Loudoun County superintendent’s resignation Scott Ziegler And the school board in the wake of a bombshell email this week. The email revealed that Ziegler alerted the board that a male student had allegedly assaulted a female student in a girl’s bathroom—about a month before Ziegler publicly declared that he had an assault in the bathroom. There is no record.
“It’s outrageous,” Youngkin told Granthshala News on Saturday. He said, “The email only confirms what we know, which is that we had administrators at a school board covering it up. I mean, they tried to hide it from the parents, They hid it from the public, and they actually put students in danger by moving this young man—who was actually being prosecuted for sexual assault at another school—and enabling it to happen again.”
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Prosecutors confirmed that the same young man has been charged with sexual assault in two different situations at schools: one in a girl’s restroom in May and another in a classroom at a different school in October, which the sheriff’s office called. Told my new school.
After the first incident on May 28, Ziegler sent an email to the school board, saying, “This afternoon a student alleged that a male student sexually assaulted her in the restroom.” At a school board meeting on June 22, Ziegler announced that “the predatory transgender student or person simply does not exist,” and to his knowledge, “we have no record of attacks taking place in our restrooms.”
WTOP First reported the email on Thursday.
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“This is gross negligence in its most extreme form,” Youngkin told Granthshala News.
“Must resign,” the Republican declared. “Actually, for those who have not resigned, I do not understand how they can go to their next school board meeting. How can they go to their next school board meeting and ask them to sit there and look at the future of our children? what could be expected to represent when they covered it?”
The Youngkin campaign confirmed to Granthshala News that the candidate is calling for the resignation of Ziegler and every member of the board involved in the alleged cover-up.
Youngkin also said that the situation implicated the county prosecutor, Buta Bieberraj, who after speaking at a June 22 meeting sought jail time against the father of one of the alleged sexual assault victims, became furious, and eventually charged with charges. was convicted in Resist disorderly conduct and arrest.
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Youngkin said the investigation into the cover-up must have involved “commonwealth counsel,” Biberraj, “who clearly knew what was going on.”
Republicans blamed Virginia’s Democratic Attorney General, Mark Herring, for not launching the investigation. He promised that if he is elected, “we will take it up and ensure that those who are responsible for covering it up are held accountable.”
Youngkin also denounced the Justice Department under President Biden, which directed the FBI to investigate a “disturbing trend” of “threats of violence” at school board meetings, seemingly at the request of the National School Board Association. Which has compared some parents. To domestic terrorists (NSBA apologizes for the “language” in the letter.)
“The FBI needs to stop trying to silence parents in Virginia and investigate this whole situation,” Youngkin said.
“We need a governor who’s going to work for the parents,” the Republican said. “We have to stand up against accusations like teachers’ unions. We have to stand up against really reckless, reckless allegations from an attorney general and the Justice Department.”
Youngkin promised to name a new secretary of education and a new superintendent of schools by December 1. He also said he would assemble a “task force” including teachers, parents, students, law enforcement and administrators to make schools safer and enhance education. Standard.
“My job is to stand up for parents and make sure they are fully represented in their children’s education because the Commonwealth of Virginia has a fundamental right to do so and I’m going to make sure.” Republicans concluded.
Neither Loudoun County Public Schools, nor Ziegler, nor the school board, nor Bibiraj, nor Herring immediately responded to Granthshala News’ requests for comment.