Prosecutor who tried to arrest father of Virginia sexual assault victim linked to Soros: Report

Americans were shocked to learn this month that school officials in Loudoun County, Virginia apparently tried to cover up a student-initiated sexual assault that was allegedly committed by a boy wearing a dress.

The victim’s father was later arrested and faced jail time when he tried discussing the horrific situation at a school board meeting. Now, Fox News is reporting that the prosecutor who attempted to lock him up has links to billionaire Democratic operative George Soros, as well as former Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D). 

As explained in an exclusive exposé published by The Daily Wire, Loudoun County parent Scott Smith was portrayed by many in the media as an example of “domestic extremism” after he was taken into custody at a school board meeting this past spring.

In discussing the school board’s transgender bathroom policy, Smith recounted how his own daughter had been sexually assaulted in her school’s restroom by who he described as a male student.

Prosecuting parents?

Yet, despite a police report having been filed and a suspect arrested, members of the school board publicly denied that there was any record of such an attack happening.

Smith later entered a heated confrontation with a left-wing activist who accused his daughter of making up the story, which culminated in his arrest.

The alleged perpetrator, who cannot be named due to his status as minor, was subsequently transferred to another school where he now stands accused of committing another sexual assault.

The Daily Wire pointed out that Loudoun County Commonwealth’s Attorney Buta Biberaj sought to have Smith sentenced to jail time despite having run on a platform against mass incarceration, as the New York Post noted.

He was ultimately handed a sentence of 10 days in jail, which was suspended on the condition that he maintains good behavior for a period of one year.

Soros behind McAuliffe

In the report released Sunday, Fox News noted that Biberaj’s campaign received some $860,000 from the Justice and Public Safety PAC, an organization funded by billionaire George Soros.

What’s more, Biberaj was described by Fox News as being “a close ally” of former Gov. McAuliffe, who is currently running to reclaim his old job in an upcoming November election.

McAuliffe is said to have benefited from Soros-linked funding, and praised Biberaj in a 2019 tweet that hailed her as “a champion for criminal justice reform.”

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