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Bozell Blasts Loudoun School Board and Media Coverup of Alleged Rape

By Megan Williams | October 18, 2021 | 2:45pm EDT
Media Research Center Founder and President Brent Bozell talks to Fox News host Mark Levin. (Photo credit: Fox News)
Media Research Center Founder and President Brent Bozell talks to Fox News host Mark Levin. (Photo credit: Fox News)

Media Research Center and CNSNews Founder Brent Bozell exposed the school board and media coverup of an alleged rape that occurred in the Loudoun County School District in Virginia on Sunday's "Life, Liberty & Levin."

"Where are the media asking the question, ‘What happened?' Does this man’s daughter, has she been raped in this school? Why isn’t anyone talking about this? Why is the school board denying this?" Bozell asked, giving a brief timeline of events that led to the alleged rape of a Virginia high school girl by a male student. "No media coverage."

“[The school board] actually pushed this new [transgender bathroom] policy, knowing that a rape had occurred. The father attends this, the father tries to speak out. He’s muzzled by not just the school board that denies this, but also this transgender army that is brought into the school board hearing....Oct. 6, that same boy is arrested again."

Below is a transcript of this segment from "Life, Liberty & Levin":

Mark Levin: “Brent Bozell, the Loudoun County School District is the ground zero for the war against parents and taxpayers by the teachers’ unions, the educational bureaucracy, school boards, and the Biden Administration through the Justice Department. And the American media, corrupt as it is, seems to be taking the side of the totalitarians against the people. What do you know about this?”

Brent Bozell: “Well, it’s a story of two coverups and they’re equally horrific. One, a coverup of the radical left, of their policies and the consequences. And the second one, the media aiding and abetting in this coverup. 

“Let me walk you through this, Mark, if I can. We’ve seen for the last two to three years this raging debate about transgender bathrooms. The overwhelming majority of Americans are opposed to this, but then the radical left said they wanted to insert them in the public school system, where boys could go into girls' bathrooms and just say that they’re transgender. 

“Now, the overwhelming majority of parents against this had three things going for them. One, morality, this is immoral. B, biology, this is not biological. But C, common sense because everyone said -- on our side -- that this was going to lead to a rape, and when it did, we were going to be horrified.

“Now the media, in turn, attacked the pro-family movement everywhere we went and they said to America, these are carnival-barking troglodytes. They said, ‘this has never happened before, everything they’re saying is just carnival barking. You have to ignore them, this is the way of a woke world, of a new world that we’re introducing.’ 

“That’s your backdrop. Jan. 12, a newly elected Democrat school board in Loudoun County announces that they’re going to have a new policy allowing transgender children to go into the public school bathrooms with girls. It’s going to happen in the next semester. 

“Well, it doesn’t wait until the next semester. May 28, a boy puts on a dress, goes into the girls' bathroom, gets a 14-year-old, 9th grade little child, and rapes her. 

“Not only rapes her, Mark. The father doesn’t talk about this, but we have to talk about this. He sodomizes her. In the police report, it’s not just sodomy; its forced fellatio, that he makes this poor girl go through.  

“The parents are contacted, the father is contacted and told that there’s some incident that he needs to come into -- he isn’t told anything about this. Only when he arrives does he learn that his little girl has been raped. 

“He goes ballistic in there, starts yelling. He is escorted out of the school by the security guards. Now what does the school do in talking to the parents about this and letting the parents know about a rape? 

“Nothing. Nothing is told to the parents. Instead, a notice goes to the parents about the father and what the father had done. It’s an unbelievable coverup of the consequences of what the school board had thrust down the throats of the parents in Loudoun County.

“What’s the media coverage of the rape? Nothing. What’s the media coverage of the coverup of the rape to the parents in Loudoun County? Nothing.   

“Go further. June 22, there’s a hearing, now to expand this policy, not to stop it, but to expand it to allow ‘gender expression.’ This means anybody can go into a girls’ room -- don’t even have to say you're transgender -- just want to express yourself, i.e. wear a skirt. 

“They actually pushed this new policy, knowing that a rape had occurred. The father attends this, the father tries to speak out. He’s muzzled by not just the school board that denies this, but also this transgender army that is brought into the school board hearing. 

“A tussle breaks out with the police, you’ve seen the footage, and he is tackled. He is arrested and he is sent to jail. Now the media know all this stuff is going on. Where are the media asking the question, ‘What happened?' Does this man’s daughter, has she been raped in this school? Why isn’t anyone talking about this? Why is the school board denying this? No media coverage.

“Oct. 6, that same boy is arrested again, in another school, this time in a classroom, with a sexual charge against another girl. What’s the media coverage? Mark, no media coverage of this.”   

Megan Williams is a CNSNews intern and junior at Hillsdale College. She is majoring in Rhetoric and Public Address with a Journalism minor. She is the assistant opinions editor for the Hillsdale Collegian and enjoys covering local events, from concerts to conventions. Born and raised in Southern California, Megan is excited to experience D.C. and grow as a journalist with CNSNews.

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