Americans are fuming after a father got arrested during a school board meeting over a transgender student’s disgusting actions

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Parents across the United States have been standing up against the Left’s takeover of our children’s classrooms.

But Loudoun County, Virginia has been the epicenter for this generational fight and one parent had more of a reason to be enraged than most.

Now Americans are fuming after a father got arrested during a school board meeting over a transgender student’s disgusting actions.

A father that was arrested during a school board meeting had his daughter sexually assaulted by a transgender student.

The Left has slowly but surely been taking over our public schools across our nation.

They use words like equality, equity, and diversity to fill classrooms with leftist nonsense that should have no place near our kids.

The main example of the Left’s radical agenda poisoning our school systems is Critical Race Theory.

Kids across America are now being taught to hate themselves for being white and to hate their nation for past wrongdoings.

But also the gay and transgender delusion has taken over many school systems in our communities.

But in Loudoun County, Virginia, the transgender policies infiltrating our schools led to a girl being assaulted by a “skirt-wearing boy” in the bathroom.

According to the Daily Wire, Scott Smith, who was dragged out of a school board meeting and arrested, had his daughter sexually assaulted by a transgender boy in her high school bathroom.

He was so angry over what happened to his daughter and the fact that the Loudoun School Board tried to cover up the assault and refused to do anything about it.

This is a developing story but no one can blame the dad for being so angry during the meeting that he was arrested.

Only if more parents knew what was going on in their children’s schools and cared enough to voice their concerns.

But don’t worry, in Virginia if Terry McAuliffe wins the Governorship this November expect more transgender and Critical Race Theory teachings in schools without a care for what parents think.

What do you think?