Those Danged “Domestic Terrorists.”

Those danged “domestic terrorists” (also known as parents) are at it again.

In Orange County, North Carolina, the School Board removed from their meeting anyone who spoke in non-agenda items.

RALEIGH — At the direction of the Orange County Public Schools board of education chair, parents and members of the public were ejected from the Oct. 11 board meeting by Orange County sheriffs’ deputies.

The reason? Apparently speaking about concerns and topics that were not on the meeting agenda.

Attendees were also subjected to metal detectors and told they could not congregate on the premises of A.L. Stanback Middle School where the meeting was being held.

Several times during the meeting, Mackenzie was heard to say, “you cannot talk on that topic,” before motioning for deputies to remove the person. Loud booing throughout the auditorium followed.

Orange County schools’ policy manual does not include language dictating what a speaker can or can’t talk about beyond barring discussion of personal information, student information or addressing a specific board member with a grievance.

“If you don’t speak about agenda items you will be asked to leave,” Mackenzie repeated several times.

North Carolina does not require that a time in a meeting be set aside for comments on non-agenda items.

However, when the Board started talking about an agenda item that was a resolution dealing with racism in the schools, speakers were not allowed to mention racism in the schools. (You read that right.)

Even when speakers attempted to address an item on the agenda, a resolution to “address harm caused to students by incidents of hostile and racist behavior,” Mackenzie gaveled them out of order and still had them escorted out by law enforcement.

While at least four people were ejected, It is unclear just how many people in total Mackenzie had thrown out of the meeting.

The resolution, overall, opposes racism and white nationalist organizations and says the board “stands united against all forms of white nationalism and white supremacy.”

North State Journal has requested emails related to the creation of the resolution but has not yet received any documents from the district.

Several of those speakers Mackenzie had ejected were members of the “Proud Boys,” who came to address the resolution and the discovery of books they called “porn” in the district’s high schools.

The resolution makes a number of claims including a “growing presence of white nationalist displays and intimidating behavior, including bigoted, misogynistic, racist, homophobic and transphobic language” with the intent of “bullying” board members, as well as minority and LGBT students.

Written by Mackenzie and Orange County schools superintendent Monique Felder, the resolution praises Black Lives Matter while claiming the aforementioned alleged behavior has caused “emotional and psychological harm” and that harm “has been deepened by White people standing by and applauding, failing to intervene, or even failing to name the racist, bigoted, and threatening behavior.”

An Orange County parent who did not wish to be identified says “the entire goal of the resolution is to paint rightly concerned and outraged parents as extremists.”

Apparently in Orange County, North Carolina, if you oppose resolutions opposing elements of critical race theory, fail to support Black Lives Matter, and oppose being called a racist because you want truth and racial equality in the school system, your voice must be silenced.

Up in Loudoun Country, Virginia, there is another controversy going on. Loudoun County has been the epicenter of protests by parents, school board attacks on parents, an attempt by the school board to fire a teacher for speaking as a private citizen at a meeting, etc. It is a mess.

Then there is the case of Scott Smith and his daughter:

On June 22, Scott Smith was arrested at a Loudoun County, Virginia, school board meeting, a meeting that was ultimately deemed an “unlawful assembly” after many attendees vocally opposed a policy on transgender students.

What people did not know is that weeks prior on May 28, Smith says, a boy allegedly wearing a skirt entered a girls’ bathroom at nearby Stone Bridge High School, where he sexually assaulted Smith’s ninth-grade daughter.

Juvenile records are sealed, but Smith’s attorney Elizabeth Lancaster told The Daily Wire that a boy was charged with two counts of forcible sodomy, one count of anal sodomy, and one count of forcible fellatio, related to an incident that day at that school.

Smith was arrested after he made comments concerning his daughter’s attack and then was confronted by an LGBTQ+ activist who said the attack never happened and other things about his daughter.

Smith was arrested for disturbing a meeting and resisting arrest. He was convicted and sentenced to tens day in jail and a year of probation. The jail time was suspended. The images of Smith being arrested were cited by the National Association of School Boards as evidence of “domestic terrorism” at school board meetings around the country.

Think about that for a moment. A transgender policy that allowed a biological male into a woman’s facilitated the sexual assault on a 15 year old girl. The father and the victim were called liars.

Superintendent Scott Ziegler said “the predator transgender student or person does not exist” and the school board doesn’t “have any record of assaults occurring in our bathrooms.”

We don’t agree in Smith going off, but it is understandable. The School Board doesn’t want to accept responsibility for the attack and even denies the attack happened?

As the old saying goes, “‘dems fighting words.”

However, Smith has an ally on his side: the truth.

According to law enforcement:

“We can confirm a May 28, 2021 case that involved a thorough 2-month-long investigation that was conducted to determine the facts of the case prior to arrest,” the sheriff’s office told Fox News. “This case is still pending court proceedings. The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office is not able to provide any documents that pertain to a pending case.” The sheriff’s office confirmed that the case involved sexual assault.

All juvenile records are sealed, but Smith’s attorney Elizabeth Lancaster told The Daily Wire that the boy was subsequently charged with two counts of forcible sodomy, one count of anal sodomy, and one count of forcible fellatio.

In response to a public records request by The Daily Wire, the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that a May 28 report with “Offense: Forcible Sodomy [and] Sexual Battery” at Stone Bridge High School does exist.

The suspect was arrested two months later following an investigation by the sheriff’s office.

In August of 2021, the Loudoun County School Board had a meeting to formalize transgender “rights” within schools. Smith was barred from the meeting.

Then another incident occurred, and it appears to be perpetrated by the same kid who attacked Smith’s daughter:

Then on Oct. 6, the sheriff’s office said a 15-year-old boy was charged with sexual battery and abduction of a fellow student at Broad Run High School in Ashburn. In an Oct. 7 press release, the sheriff’s office said the suspect forced a female victim into an empty classroom where he held her against her will and inappropriately touched her.

The outlet, citing a government official, reported that the boy accused in the Broad Run case had the same name as the student who allegedly assaulted Smith’s daughter.

Lancaster, Smith’s attorney, also told the outlet the suspect in the Oct. 6 incident was the same boy who allegedly attacked Smith’s daughter.

How can that be? Remember, Superintendent Scott Ziegler said the student didn’t exist.

After the first attack, the school district transferred the “non-existent” student to another school where a similar sexual assault occurred. People are being asked to believe that the Superintendent and the School Board had no idea this was happening.

Loudoun County Public Schools released the following statement:

“LCPS takes student privacy seriously and cannot reveal details concerning the actions of any specific student,” school officials said in the statement. The statement says principals are legally required to report to law enforcement any act that may constitute a felony offense — including sexual assault — under Virginia Code § 22.1-279.3:1. School officials said they followed the reporting law.

“Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office was contacted within minutes of receiving the initial report on May 28,” LCPS officials wrote, referring to the alleged incident at Stone Bridge. “Once a matter has been reported to law enforcement, LCPS does not begin its investigation until law enforcement advises LCPS that it has completed the criminal investigation.”

If this statement is to be believed, it is difficult to imagine the the school did not inform the Superintendent of the initial attack and that he did not inform the School Board.

Either the Superintendent is a liar or is grossly incompetent.

Of course, when parents speak out, like Scott Smith, and are antagonized to the point of being arrested, they are labeled as “domestic terrorists.”

During Tuesday night’s school board meeting, numerous Loudoun residents called for the resignation of LCPS superintendent Scott Ziegler and board members whom they said failed to protect students.

“All of you need to step down immediately,” Blue Ridge District resident Anne Miller said, addressing Ziegler and members of the school board. “You recklessly endangered the children of this county … Remove the superintendent immediately, and then resign for your negligence and duplicity.”

Obviously, this is another form of attack on school boards!

How dare parents demand accountability from school boards.

A school district allows males into female bathrooms which results in a female being sexually assaulted. The School Superintendent denies the attack, despite the district saying the attack was reported and the police saying it occurred. The School Board plays the Sergent Shultz role and “sees nothing” and that they “know nothing.”

And yet somehow it is the parents that are being told that they are the terrorists.


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