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The situation in Loudoun County, VA, has become a point of national interest over the last year as it has come to represent ground zero for the fight against Critical Race Theory and transgender ideology in schools. Parents have stood up at school board meetings and pushed back on policies allowing boys in girls’ bathrooms, books that promote pedophilia, and other perverse directives.

Back in June, one such meeting exploded with multiple arrests after the cowardly school board declared an unlawful assembly. Police officers with no care for the rights of parents grabbed and threw one man to the ground who refused to leave. In what became a viral moment, the man was dragged out with his pants around his ankles.

Smith was given a no-trespassing order prior to the meeting that forbids him from telling his story. This was all part of an elaborative cover-up by the school district to not publicize the rape of his daughter. In fact, when Smith showed up at the school to complain about what had happened, they essentially accused him of lying and called the police, not on the transgender rapist, but on Smith himself for causing a scene. Luckily, he was able to get his daughter a rape kit that evening that confirmed the crime.

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https://redstate.com/bonchie/2021/10/11/horror-in-loudoun-county-implicates-local-and-federal-officials-n455371

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  • Of course Ron, There were no Federal Hospitals shut down by Regan, as they did not exist. Regan simply finagled the means to have State Facilities as described closed by refusing/tying up Federal Funds for other State operations requiring Federal Assistance. Nothing new in this type of maneuver. Regan did many, many positive things, this act was not one of them. This was part of the lowering of "Excess Government Spending" to "Lower Taxes." 

    Lynn Bryant DeSpain

    • Ron & Lyn.

      Let's be honest here. Those old mental warehouses were not hospitals in any sense of the word.   Their purpose was to protect the public from the inmates. There was no real treatment going on and the living conditions were abysmal.  For the majority who were no real danger to anyone else, it wasl long overdue.   Remember that a  parent of an unmanageable child or adult could have them locked up as mentally ill just to relieve themselves of the daily challenges of living with them.    Many, if not most, of the schizos are harmless, messed up, but harmless.   It's the few that aren't harmless that are the problem.

      BTW.  If memory serves, my daughter has said that mentally illl HAVE THE RIGHT TO VOTE.   They may not be motivated to do so, but they do have the right.

      It's beyond me how Reagan got scapegoated on this one.

      I agree, it should NOT BE THE RESPONSIBILITY of taxpayers to fund abortion for anyone other than those they choose.   Neither should they be tuck with drug rehab,gender confusion, and I also believe that public transportation costs should be self sustaining.   That is whether it is bus, train, or bicycle.

    • The States operated the Mental Hospitals.. all they had to do was to continue funding them... they did not.  The States closed them choosing instead to fund such programs as abortion on demand, drug rehab, sex reorientation, public transportation, and bridges to nowhere, etc.  Sop blaming Pres Reagan... by the way Presidents do not fund anything... Congress does.

    • Lynn...

      There were no Federal mental Hospitals open to the general public.   States Chartered and licensed hospitals, Asylums and Mental Hospitals.. some were private but most were state, county, or city-run medical facilities.  Insane asylums or mental hospitals were state facilities.  Reagan did not shut them down... Congress cut funds for such institutions and the states refused to continue operating them... would not increase their funding.  Stop blaming Reagan ... Presidents do not fund anything... Congress does.

      The Federal Government did not operate medical facilities in States except for Military posts, Indian Health Services, and in Territorial possessions...stop blaming Reagan for closing down mental hospitals.. most all of them were State institutions, and the States, Counties, and CIties closed them choosing instead to fund drug rehab, abortions, gender reorientation programs... etc.

  • Turn that kid over to a bunch of Arab Terrorists as a "Gift" for their cooperation, given or not.

    Lynn Bryant DeSpain

  • Marlene, I very well remember the shame of Regan when he closed certain "Mental Health Facilities." The overwhelming bulk of these housed those of I.Q.s below those of Teenagers, Down Syndrome Clients from birth, and Extreme Handicapped. 24/7 Care, recreation and humane contact was provided for these people normally until their Natural Deaths. These environments were the only homes they knew, and were provided appropriate education, entertainment, exercise, food, lodging, medical care, adventure and a family atmosphere of fun and adventure. When Regan Closed these Facilities under the guise of Cruel and Unnecessary Confinement, over 65% died within the First Year, unable to cope in their New World. Another 10-12% perished the following year. The Third year the States subsidized the "Care" of the remaining to Private Concerns. Even in the current Society of the United States, A Citizen's Constitutional Rights in "Trial" demand that when a question of "Sanity" arises the person must be "Placed" (confined) for observation/determination of Worthiness to Stand Trial/Conviction as a Sane Person. If not Sane, Facilities "Must" be made available for the person to be protected from harming or being harmed by Society. This is who and what we are.

    Lynn Bryant DeSpain

    • What planet are you from?   First of all, the closings had nothing to do with Reagan.

      Wow.   What wonderland had those kind of 'MENTAL  HEALTH' facilities?    I've heard how many were run via my daugher's stories and books on the subject that I read while she was in college.   Her goal at the time was to help MICA  PATIENTS.   That is Mentally Ill, Chemically addicted with most of them being teenagers due to the age when many mental illnesses strike being teen, early adult.

      Have you never heard of the overcrowded wards of 50 orr more?   The patients that were raped?  The pushing their meals under the bars so as to not have to risk being hit by them?   The lack of sanitation?

      Were you aware that Schizophrenia tends to hit the really bright teenager as they are  ending high school and entering college with a very bright future with their genius IQs when they are struck down by the schizo and have the rest of their lives stolen from them and their heartbroken parents as well.  That's reality.   I believe the book and movie were called BEAUTIFUL  MIND.   The life story of  a schizo as written and lived by him.    A college professor at PRINCETON UNIVERSITY.

      I am anything but a socialist or communist.   However,  these truly sick people are unable to provide for themselves and, yes, it is appropriate that taxpayers at large provide for them.    In fact, we should provide better than we do.   HOWEVER, WE HAVE TO QUIT PROVIDING FOR THOSE THAT CAN DO FOR THEMSELVES AND SIMPLY CHOOSE THE FREE RIDE.

    • Exactly Marlene... 

      Too many parents dump their mentally challenged children on the state... taking resources from individuals with serious mental health issues. The limited resources of the State should be used to care for the dangerous and more difficult cases with mental health issues, not those with low IQs or who need assisted living environments. The latter group simply need to be cared for by family members and in low-income families, some financial support may be appropriate... especially if it helps to avoid institutionalizing them at huge costs to the state.

    • A Beautiful Mind is a 2001 American biographical drama film based on the life of the American mathematician John Nash, a Nobel Laureate in Economics and Abel Prize winner. The film was directed by Ron Howard, from a screenplay written by Akiva Goldsman. It was inspired by the bestselling, Pulitzer Prize-nominated 1997 book of the same name by Sylvia Nasar. The film stars Russell Crowe, along with Ed Harris, Jennifer Connelly, Paul Bettany, Adam Goldberg, Judd Hirsch, Josh Lucas, Anthony Rapp, and Christopher Plummer in supporting roles. The story begins in Nash's days as a graduate student at Princeton University. Early in the film, Nash begins to develop paranoid schizophrenia and endures delusional episodes while watching the burden his condition brings on his wife Alicia and friends.

      A Beautiful Mind was released theatrically in the United States on December 21, 2001. It went on to gross over $313 million worldwide and won four Academy Awards, for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Supporting Actress. It was also nominated for Best Actor, Best Film Editing, Best Makeup, and Best Original Score.

      A fantastic movie, I remember watching it when it first came out. It was so well done, we sat there stunned as the people began to leave the theater, we were still trying to digest it.......but it was a movie, little resemblance to the real life of the man and his wife who lived it.

      I have a nephew with schizophrenia, he works, talented, smart, mostly dependable, but even with medication his life is far from normal, and when he is off meds, his life is more like a movie. Recently he flew to the Philipines to marry a woman he met online. He has property in Alaska just south of the Arctic circle where he'd like to live and raise a family......for over twenty years now time hasn't altered the plan.
      He went up there to look at his property, the Indians he met on the river gave him the wrong landmarks so he buried the things he took up there for his future house on the wrong property, but while there, and since he was hungry, he killed him self a moose and ate well until several days later the Indians found and joined him, and told him they made a mistake.......his place was further up the river.
      He came back home and is still dreaming about moving to Alaska, but the years, decades go by, and now he is waiting for his Philippino wife who is older by about a decade, to eventually arrive. Yes, we could write a book, it could be a movie. Would he be better off in an institution? He probably would get violent if he was locked up and controlled, otherwise he is usually pretty easy going, reasonable, as long as he is allowed to live a fairly nomadic life.

      Biographical film
      A biographical film, or biopic (; abbreviation for biographical motion picture), is a film that dramatizes the life of a non-fictional or historicall…
    • Schizophrenia is a devastating illness.   I read the book.   Didn't see the movie.   It tends to strike really highly intelligent people with brilliant futures that totally disappear on diagnosis.   Many of its victims become drug addicts in trying to deal with their symptoms.  It has huge lifelong financial costs to the family.   The patients tend to get a bad rap in expected crimes.   They are very rarely violent.   In fact, my daughter tells me many are really sweet sad people.   In the past, it has been almost impossible to get health insurance to cover mental health.   I do not know if that has changed.   State institutions were terrible in their warehousing and basically treating them as rabid animals.  

      Imagine having a really brilliant child and preparing to get them the best education and being supportive all the way through high school.   And, about the time they are ready to start college, you not only lose them, but they are replaced by a total stranger that you're totally unable to deal with.   I cannot imagine how horrible that must be.   The psychological, emotional.   Not to mention trying to pay for the psychiatric counselling, and meds.    And, any actions they might take in dealing with it.   For the most part,  these people are truly unable to provide for themselves.    Forget doing it well.   We're talking basic rudimentary survival.   Many of the homeless are in this category.

      I don't have the answers on this one.    Don't even know the questions honestly.

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