Furious parents and conservatives have told Barack Obama to apologize to a Loudoun County, Virginia, couple and their daughter who was raped by a skirt-wearing boy in a school bathroom in May, after the former President called the row encircling it ‘fake outrage’ and a ‘phony trumped-up culture wars’.  

Pamela Brooks, a juvenile judge, ruled Monday the boy – who has yet to be identified – had assaulted the 15-year old girl in Stone Ridge High School’s Leesburg, Virginia, bathroom on May 28. 

The boy was wearing a skirt at that time, and the case was brought to national attention by Scott and Jessica Smith, the parents of the girls. They said it was what they feared might happen more if Loudoun County Schools allowed boys to frequent girls’ bathrooms as part a progressive transgender policy. 

Glenn Youngkin, Republican Gubernatorial Candidates, has used a portion of his education platform in the case. He stated: ‘What tragedy awaits Our Children?’

On Sunday, Obama was campaigning for Youngkin’s opponent – Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe – when he attacked Youngkin’s general position on education, the Capitol riot, and policing. 

He stated, in part, that ‘We don’t have the time to waste on these phony and trumped-up culture wars. This is the fake outrage right-wing media uses to boost their ratings. 

“The fact that he’s willingly to go along with it instead of if talk is about serious problems that affect seriously people, that’s shameful. This election is not about that. That’s not what you need, Virginia.

“We should be doing more for people who are educating their children.”  

Obama was campaigning on Sunday for Terry McAuliffe, Democratic gubernatorial nominee, when Youngkin attacked Youngkin’s general position regarding education.

Many are demanding that the former President make an apology to the parents of the girl in light of Monday’s judge’s ruling – that the boy forcibly sodomized the girl and forced her to perform fellatio – 

One critic said that Obama owed the family of the trans girl who raped the young girl in a skirt a sincere apology. 

Juvenile Court judge Pamela Brooks agreed with the girl and her parents, saying there was enough evidence to prove the teen boy - who is also charged in another sexual assault - forced himself on her

Pamela Brooks, judge at Juvenile Court agreed with the parents and the girl. Brooks stated that there was enough evidence to show that the teen boy – also charged in another sexual attack – forced her on her behalf. 

“You have the former President, the United States of America, who did not hesitate to highlight civil rights violations and abuses when he was President. It was politically expedient. 

‘Now that it has the potential to backfire against the leftists trying to move out society dramatically to the left, it’s inconvenient for him to recognize it and to speak honest truth to power,’ Ian Prior, former Trump senior official in the Trump Department of Justice, told DailyMail.com on Tuesday morning. 

‘I don’t think Barack Obama has any idea what’s going on in Loudoun County Public schools. 

“He made this statement to show how ignorant he was. It’s obvious that Terry McAuliffe’s star power is coming from the same page of sheet music. He also added talking points to deceive people about the real story in Virginia’s public schools, and Loudoun County. 

After hearing that teachers from the woke Loudoun County school district claimed they had received no reports of sexual assaults in the bathrooms, Scott Smith, the father of the teenage girl, was forced to leave a meeting on June 22, after he learned that his daughter had reported the incident less than a month before. 

Scott Smith, the victim's father, was pictured with a bloody mouth, being dragged out of a school board meeting on June 22 - a month after the attack - after listening to school officials say no one had been sexually assaulted in the bathrooms when that's what his daughter had reported the previous month

Scott Smith, the victim’s father, was seen with a bloody face being dragged out from a school board meeting on 22 June – one month after the attack. This was after school officials said that no one had been sexually assaulted at the bathrooms, despite his daughter reporting it the previous month. 

The victim's parents were ridiculed by the left after her father Scott Smith was pictured being dragged out of a school board meeting on June 22. They say they now feel vindicated

After Scott Smith was pictured being dragged away from a June 22 school board meeting, Scott Smith’s parents were mocked by the left. They feel vindicated now, they say. 

Superintendent Scott Ziegler sent an email to parents on the day it happened to say the school was investigating, but told the room on June 22: ‘To my knowledge, we don’t have any record of assaults occurring in our restrooms.’

On Monday, juvenile court judge Pamela Brooks agreed with the charges – forcible sodomy and forcible fellatio – which is the juvenile court equivalent of a conviction. 

The boy, who is not being identified because he’s a minor, will be back in court on November 15, for sentencing. In October, he was also charged with sexually assaulting another girl at the same school district in Virginia. 

Loudoun County Schools isn’t commenting on the verdict.

The parents of the girl claim they feel’relieved’ after their daughter’s death, but are seeking an apology from National School Board Association for describing parents who protested woke school policies in domestic terrorist terms.  

Smith says the NSBA has apologized to parents for threatening to mobilize FBI to prosecute them after being asked by the increasingly liberal public schools system. However, Smith claims they haven’t gone far enough. 

He is threatening to sue NSBA for defamation unless it directly apologizes to him.  

Superintendent Scott Ziegler claimed on June 22 that he'd received 'no report' of a sexual assault in the school bathrooms. On May 28, the day it happened, he sent this email to colleagues confirming that it had been reported. 'This afternoon, a female student alleged that a male student sexually assaulted her in the restroom'

Superintendent Scott Ziegler claimed that he had received no report of a sexual assault in school bathrooms on June 22. He sent this email to his colleagues on May 28th, the day it occurred, informing them that it had been reported. “This afternoon, a female student reported that a male student had sex with her in the bathroom.” 

Students walked out of classrooms in multiple schools in the district as part of the coordinated protest

As part of the coordinated protest, students walked out of multiple schools in the district. 

Students walked out of Loudoun County public schools on Tuesday in protest against the county's handling of a rape allegation after a judge found the boy accused guilty

Students protested the county’s handling on a rape case, and marched out of Loudoun County schools Tuesday. 

After Monday’s verdict, the family released, through Virginia State Senator Bill Stanley, a statement saying that they were greatly relieved by the fact that justice was served today. 

Loudoun County Schools Superintendent Scott Ziegler apologized for failing to provide a 'safe' environment for students

Scott Ziegler, Loudoun County Schools Superintendent apologized for not creating a safe environment for students   

‘No one should have to endure what this family has endured, and now their focus is completely upon their daughter’s health and safety as she progresses forward with her life.’

Last week, after the NSBA’s apology, he said: ‘I am a father who cares deeply for his daughter, who would go to the ends of the earth to protect both her and other students who attend public school in Loudoun County from suffering what she has suffered due to the misguided social policies adopted by the school board.

‘I am not “domestic terrorist”. 

‘The NSBA defamed me, impugning my reputation and that of other concerned parents who dared challenge our local school board. I am owed an apologies and I deserve one.

‘I demand that the NSBA retract its statement about me as a “domestic terror”, or I will have to ask a court to do it.   

The juvenile court trial heard how the girl and boy were friends and had previously ‘hooked up’ with her consent, but that on May 28, he attacked her.  

In some of his first statements, he also said that he’stopped’ because it was clear he was hurting the girl’. But he also claimed that the sexual attack occurred when his knee length skirt caught on his wrist’. 

According to the boy’s lawyer, they chatted on Discord every day and discussed sex regularly. He stated that they had met up at Stone Bridge High School’s girls’ bathroom before to play around.  

William Mann, the boy’s attorney, argued that since they’d had consensual sex before – in bathrooms – he was reasonable to assume consent on May 28,. 

The judge disagreed. The boy is also facing a second sexual battery charge against a different girl at another school in the district. He will be returning to court on November 15 to face sentencing. 

This case was the defining moment in a heated debate in Loudoun County about transgender students’ rights, and parents’ freedom to speak.