LOUDON COUNTY, VA – A local mother in Loudon County proclaimed during a school board meeting earlier in October that she pulled her children from public school after her six-year-old daughter asked her if she was “born evil” because she’s white.


Loudon County continues to be a magnet of controversial incidents and revelations during school board meetings, with the county having gained the national spotlight due to the arrest of local parent Scott Smith this past summer during a school board meeting where he expressed his outrage over his daughter’s rape inside a high school bathroom in the school district.

School officials denied any such incident occurring, attempting to malign Smith as someone who was irrationally spreading fear over biological boys going into biological girls’ bathrooms. As we previously reported here at Red Voice Media, the 15-year-old boy who raped Smith’s daughter back in May was found guilty on October 25th.

But the latest debacle came from a local woman’s comments delivered on October 26th at a Loudon County school board meeting. The mother said that she removed her children from the public school system after her six-year-old daughter asked her if she was evil for simply being white.


“We had specifically moved them out of LCPS due to the swift and uncompromising political agenda of Superintendents Williams, Ziegler, and the school board had forced upon us. First, it was in the early spring of 2020 when my six-year-old somberly came to me and asked me if she was born evil because she was a white person. Something she learned in a history lesson at school.”

The local mother also made mention of the absurd school closures that transpired during the onset of the pandemic as well as the horrid treatment of Smith over the past summer.

“Then, you kept the schools closed for a year-and-a-half, despite the science indicating it was safe for kids to return. Now, you’ve covered up a rape, and arrested, humiliated, and falsely accused parents of being domestic terrorists.”

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The reference to the school board trying to cover up a rape stems from Loudon County Public Schools Superintendent Scott Ziegler’s comments directed toward Smith during the June school board meeting (the one where Smith was arrested following an emotional exchange with a parent to called him and his daughter a liar).

When Smith spoke about his daughter’s rape by a male student wearing a skirt in the restroom during the June school board meeting, Superintendent Ziegler that “the predator transgender student or person simply does not exist,” and that to his knowledge, “we don’t have any record of assaults occurring in our restrooms.”


It was later revealed that Ziegler was lying during that June school board meeting, as a May 28th email to school board officials from Ziegler informed board members that “a female student alleged that a male student sexually assaulted her in the restroom,” at Stone Bridge High School and that the “[Loudon County Sheriff’s Office] is investigating the matter.”