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Nets Turn Backs on Loudoun Parents Meeting Major Step for School Board Recall

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On Wednesday afternoon, Loudoun County parents, via the organization Fight for Schools, filed their petition to recall their corrupt, radical leftist school board after the members and the superintendent tried to cover up a rape in a girl’s bathroom by a “gender-fluid” boy wearing a skirt. It was the latest development in a county that has garnered national attention; but yet again, the broadcast networks skipped it during their flagship evening newscasts.

While they refused to highlight what was going on in Loudoun County, ABC’s World News Tonight and NBC Nightly News talked about the weather. Late last month, the networks didn’t care that there was a series of sexual assaults at a middle school by one suspect. And while NBC was the only network to mention the initial rape cases, they also suggested the outrage from parents was staged and politically motivated.

NBC can claim the outrage wasn’t genuine all they wanted but clearly, it was as Fox News noted the parents were sticking it to the school board. “Angry parents confronting Loudoun County School Board members, putting them on notice during a nearly six-hour-long school board meeting,” reported congressional correspondent Aishah Hasnie on Special Report.

Adding: “Parent group Fight for Schools announcing it’s filed a legal petition to recall school board chairwoman Brenda Sheridan and the remaining members for violating the parents’ First Amendment rights and for, quote, ‘a break down in trust.’”

The report included multiple soundbites of those angry parents ripping into the school board and calling them out:

UNIDENTIFIED MAN 1: You demonize us as domestic terrorists.

UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN 1: These are our children, not yours.

UNIDENTIFIED MAN 2: It’s time to face the music or get off the podium.

(…)

IAN PRIOR (Fight for Schools): I said we’d see you in court. As of 3:30 today, we are now in court.

(…)

UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN 2: We are going to Loudoun-ize this country.

(…)

ELIZABETH PERRIN (Loudoun County parent): [Taps on mic] Do you hear us now? [Transition] The reason for the success of the party of parents is that although you are on the dais we are parents for a lifetime.

“This all happened at the first Loudoun County Public Schools Board meeting since Virginia voters handed Republican Glenn Youngkin a gubernatorial win,” Hasnie said. She also noted that the school board had hired an outside law firm to investigate their misconduct while denying they tried to cover up the rapes.

That came as “Virginia’s attorney general-elect [Jason Miyares] says he plans to investigate how police and prosecutors handled the incident,” she reported.

After noting that school board chairwoman Brenda Sheridan was going to selfishly cling to power in the face of the recall, Hasnie and fill-in anchor Mike Emanuel quipped about how that was doing to turnout:

EMANUEL: I get the sense parents out there are not messing around.

HASNIE: This is not over yet, no.

This major example of bias by omission was made possible because of lucrative sponsorships from Pacific Life on ABC, Progressive on CBS, and Liberty Mutual on NBC. Their contact information is linked so you can tell them about the biased news they fund.

The transcript is below, click “expand” to read:

Fox News Channel’s Special Report

November 10, 2021

6:19:14 p.m. Eastern

MIKE EMANUEL: There is new fallout tonight from the controversy surrounding a Northern Virginia school district and problems over curriculum and student safety. Congressional correspondent Aishah Hasnie tells us many residents want to hold the school board accountable.

[Cuts to video]

UNIDENTIFIED MAN 1: You demonize us as domestic terrorists.

UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN 1: These are our children, not yours.

UNIDENTIFIED MAN 2: It’s time to face the music or get off the podium.

AISHAH HASNIE: Angry parents confronting Loudoun County School Board members, putting them on notice during a nearly six-hour-long school board meeting. Parent group Fight for Schools announcing it’s filed a legal petition to recall school board chairwoman Brenda Sheridan and the remaining members for violating the parents’ First Amendment rights and for, quote, “a break down in trust.”

IAN PRIOR (Fight for Schools): I said we’d see you in court. As of 3:30 today, we are now in court.

HASNIE: This all happened at the first Loudoun County Public Schools Board meeting since Virginia voters handed Republican Glenn Youngkin a gubernatorial win.

UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN 2: We are going to Loudoun-ize this country.

HASNIE: It comes shortly after it was revealed the district hired a law firm to conduct an independent review of student sexual misconduct at two schools. The superintendent originally denied reports that a 15-year-old boy wearing a skirt raped a female student in a school bathroom. But then later admitted to knowing about it. The district denies a cover-up.

Virginia’s attorney general-elect says he plans to investigate how police and prosecutors handled the incident.

ELIZABETH PERRIN (Loudoun County parent): [Taps on mic] Do you hear us now? [Transition] The reason for the success of the party of parents is that although you are on the dais we are parents for a lifetime.

[Cuts back to live]

HASNIE: And, Mike, so the chairwoman there at this school board, Brenda Sheridan, did respond to this recall reportedly said, “look, my job is not always easy. It’s not always popular but I am going to, quote, “see this process through.” If this does go to trial a judge or jury then will decide if board members should be removed. We could see a special election. Mike?

EMANUEL: I get the sense parents out there are not messing around.

HASNIE: This is not over yet, no.

EMANUEL: Aishah, great to see you in studio.

HASNIE: Yeah, thanks.

EMANUEL: Thanks very much.

What do you think?

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