When every American county becomes Loudon County, Virginia, that’s when we will win back America. The parents there have shown how to defeat the systemic evil that has infiltrated and become ingrained in our cultural institutions over the last 100 years, starting with the education system.
It’s interesting that most of the fighters in Loudon County are female. Hats off to these brave women. They are a force to be reckoned with, and they’ve made it clear they are not about to let themselves be intimidated by that weasel Attorney General Merrick Garland, who showed just how weak and imbecilic he is in yesterday’s Senate hearing. He looked ambivalent, detached and almost childish under the pressure of sharp questioning from Senators Ted Cruz, Josh Hawley and Tom Cotton.
But the tide really seemed to turn in Loudon County when one dad came out and took a very public stand against the madness.
Infuriated by the brutal rape of his 15-year-old daughter by a boy dressed in a skirt who was allowed, per the school’s new transgender bathroom policy, into the girls’ bathroom, Scott Smith had had enough. He showed up at a school board meeting and the board members tried to dismiss him and deny him the right to speak. But he made his point. The nation saw his pain. Saw his anger. And that pain and anger became our pain and anger.
It was game over for the Loudon County school board’s disgusting and callous cover-up of crimes against more than one little school girl. I predict it’s going to also be game over for their transgender bathroom policy, and hopefully other school systems will follow suit.