The League for Sportsmen, Law Enforcement and Defense and The Virginia Project Ban Together & Call for the Resignation of Loudoun County Schools Superintendent

Fairfax, Va. The League for Sportsmen, Law Enforcement and Defense, a.k.a “The League,” in conjunction with The Virginia Project has launched a new ad campaign calling on Loudoun County Public Schools Superintendent, Dr. Scott Ziegler, to resign over his mishandling and coverup of the sexual assault case against a Loudoun County school’s student.  

Superintendent Ziegler and the Loudoun County School Board (LCSB) have long denied knowing about the sexual assault that occurred last May in a girl’s restroom at a Loudoun County high school by a boy wearing a skirt, and who identified as non-binary, enabling it to happen again in early October after transferring the student to another school. 

At a June 22 school board meeting Dr. Ziegler denied any knowledge of the sexual assault declaring “we don’t have any record of assaults occurring in our restrooms.” Last week, it was revealed that Ziegler sent a memorandum to the school board informing them that a sexual assault had occurred on campus and it had been referred to the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office for investigation.

“Loudoun County Schools Superintendent Scott Ziegler must resign and take responsibility for what happened to this young girl and the other student who was assaulted earlier this month as a result of this coverup,” said Jim Fotis, President of the League for Sportsmen, Law Enforcement and Defense. “The superintendent and the school board enabled and covered up the assault of this young girl to protect their radical transgender policy agenda, resulting in another sexual assault earlier this month by the same student at another LCPS high school,” continued Fotis. In August, the LCPS approved its transgender policy compelling teachers and staff to address students by their chosen pronouns in violation of their First Amendment rights.  

We need leaders we can trust to protect our kids and Dr. Ziegler and the LCSB must be held accountable. The superintendent must resign.

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