What Do the Parkland Shooting Victims in Florida and the (2) Loudoun County Public School Rape Victims Have in Common?

Does anyone remember wayyyy back in 2018 a massive school shooting in Parkland, FL where (17) people were slaughtered and another (17) were injured? Do you remember the news story from October 11, 2021 regarding (2) young girls that were raped by the same suspect only (4) months apart? What do they have in common? They both allowed problematic, and dangerous students to intentionally “slip through the cracks”. Why? Something called the “School to Prison Pipeline” initiative or end “School to Prison Pipeline”.

In the case of the Parkland, FL shooting, Nikolas Cruz was able to “slip through the cracks” because of something called “PROMISE”,  POLICY 5006 DISCIPLINE POLICY: SUSPENSION AND EXPULSION. In the case of the scumbag in Loudoun County Public Schools, it’s called HB257. In fact, PACT warned parents and citizens (3) months ago about HB257 AND how it’s related to the first rape victim, as was also reported and confirmed by Luke Roskiak from the Daily Wire on October 11, 2021

Notice the careful wording BOTH policies have, virtually identical: SCHOOL PRINCIPALS HAVE THE DISCRETION TO DEVIATE FROM THESE GUIDELINES BY ASSESSING AN APPROPRIATE CONSEQUENCE OTHER THAN STATED IN THE DISCIPLINE MATRIX IF HE OR SHE DETERMINES IN HIS OR HER SOLE DISCRETION THAT THERE ARE MITIGATING OR AGGRAVATING CIRCUMSTANCES.

None of this is by accident, an “oversight”, “overlooked”. NONE OF IT. As sick as it is, it’s by design. Parkland was the first location in the country to enact this type of radical and progressive policy, under the direction of Obama. Look how well that turned out. Now more victims, rape victims, in Virginia because of radical and progressive policies just like the one in Broward County, FL that cost (17) people their lives.

We have a big election in the state of Virginia and I really hope people think long and hard about who they choose to vote for. If you’re not a fan of murder and rape then the choice should be a no brainer.

Broward County, FL “PROMISE” Policy 5006

Virginia HB257