“Loudoun County Protects Rapists!” – LCPS Students Walk Out to Show Support For Recent Sexual Assault Victims (VIDEO)

Virginia – Loudoun County Public School students at multiple schools walked out on Tuesday to show their support for the recent sexual assault victims in the district.

Students walked out at Broad Run High School.


“Loudoun County protects rapists!” the students shouted.


A juvenile court judge on Monday found sufficient evidence that a teen boy sexually assaulted a fellow student in a Loudoun County high school bathroom in May.

On May 28, a male ‘transgender’ student wore a skirt when he raped a 15-year-old girl in the girl’s bathroom at Stone Bridge High School. The school district’s policy allows male students to use the girl’s bathroom and vice versa.

According to reports, the same transgender student committed a SECOND sexual assault at another Loudoun County school after he was transferred out.

Not only did the school officials cover up the incidents to ‘prevent controversy over their transgender policy,’ but they also arrested and prosecuted the girl’s father after he tried to sound the alarm at a school board meeting.

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