Loudoun parents drive on toward a cleansing.

Buta Biberaj

Loudoun County, Virginia, Commonwealth’s Attorney Buta Biberaj said she does not plan to recuse herself from the legal battle to remove School Board Chair Brenda Sheridan, despite the fact that a judge disqualified Biberaj from a similar case against a former school board member and despite Biberaj’s alleged involvement in some of the claims against Sheridan.

The parent organization Fight for Schools, which filed the petition to remove Sheridan, has also filed a petition to disqualify Biberaj from the case. Ian Prior, the group’s executive director, told Fox News that Biberaj has clear conflicts of interest in the case. 

In order to remove an elected official in Virginia, petitioners must acquire signatures and bring the case before a judge. If a judge approves the petition, the commonwealth’s attorney prosecutes the case. Biberaj, the attorney in question, received an $861,039 assist from the George Soros-funded Justice and Public Safety PAC in her 2019 election.

“It is necessary to have faith that the prosecutor in this removal proceeding has no actual or perceived conflicts, that she will go where the evidence takes her, and litigate this case with appropriate prosecutorial zeal,” Prior told Fox News in a statement.


“In this case, Commonwealth Attorney Biberaj was very involved in two of the very serious incidents that gave rise to the recall,” he claimed. “There is simply no way that the people of Loudoun County can be confident in a fair process for the removal of Brenda Sheridan unless Ms. Biberaj either recuses herself, or is disqualified based on her conflicts of interest, and an independent prosecutor is appointed by the Court.”

Comment: The Soros money is typical of Soros’ efforts to pack local governments with leftists. pl


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23 Responses to Loudoun parents drive on toward a cleansing.

  1. Eric Newhill says:

    I have never been able to get a handle on Soros’ motivation(s). That bothers me.

    It has to be something ideological, but what exactly, I can’t image. The guy is cynical enough to make big bucks playing and manipulating currency markets. It seems that he can’t be too much of a dreamer – or at least to my mind. Maybe he can be both, though.

    I would love to learn your outlook on Soros, Colonel Lang.

    • Pat Lang says:

      He was a Nazi collaborator in Hungary as a child. His father, also a Jew, put him to work delivering deportation notices (effectively sentence of death) to fellow Jews. My belief is that he is doing penance by widely exaggerated sponsorship of the left.

      • Eric Newhill says:

        Thank you, Col. Lang. That makes sense.

      • Aletheia in Athens says:

        But which left is he sponsoring, may be the “new Euroleft” or the “woke” US left, well, in the end, he is now opensly promoting the same system he supported as a child, in which every known party so surprisingly agrees now.

        There is also a particularity added on that now is his son who is taking over from him…It was him who visited Austria new PM tow days before the latter impossed lcokdown of unvaccianted Austrian citizens, to then lockdpwn everybody and warn that vaccines will be mandatory from February next year on, who, at its time, is a descendant of a rancid aristocratic Austrian familiy, ( recently aligned with the Popular Party of Austria, liberals in the group of Guy Verhofstadt, on pursue of the federalization of Europe into the United States of Europe for which they need ending any remain of national sovereignty, which is eroding at quite fast pace during the “pandemic”..), alumni of the College of Europe ( whose founder aimed at a neofeudal society, by casuality, whose great-granson was NATO´s secretary general during the glorious disintegration of former great European powerhouse and country, Yugoslavia, and whose succint Twitt blaming the unvaccinated for the new wave of infections acted as callsign and was followed by a whole campaign unleashed at unison at every mass media in the same sense…

        It seems that we are assisting at a pact amongst transnational finance and old nobility and royal houses of the world, included from the ME, which always intertwin, hence The Vatican aboard, aided in this effort to reinstate neofeudalism all the while depopulating Earth, by Big Pharma and Big Tech.

        • Pat Lang says:

          A in A
          “The Vatican aboard, aided in this effort to reinstate neofeudalism all the while depopulating Earth, by Big Pharma and Big Tech.” How?

      • Deap says:

        I always assumed Soros simply hated Post WWII American hegemony and wanted to do anything to bring her to her knees. Agree, his agenda is obtuse but well funded. And successful, as he slowly is rotting us from within.

        Down, but not out mainly because there is no one else to take over the role as the “global policeman” and drive the western economy. It remains our by default more than intentional design. As often is the case in leadership roles – no one else wanted the job. Not even China, who still must go through their own growing pains.

        How many people from around the world demand to cross China’s border and enter illegally? What happens to them if they do.

        • TTG says:

          Soros seems to be driven by a desire to upend authoritarian and autocratic regimes. He spent over two decades contributing to the downfall of communist/authoritarian regimes in Eastern and Central Europe and the loosening of Moscow’s grip on the region. He started funding dissident groups like Charta 77 and Solidarnosc in the 80s. He funded cultural events and educational exchanges, provided scholarships to Soviet and East Europeans interested in democratization. He supported the glasnost and perestroika efforts of Gorbachev. After the fall of the Berlin Wall, he went balls to the wall in opening foundations aimed at further democratization. I realize none of this endears Soros to the current US right wing who are so enamored with current autocratic regimes like in Budapest and Moscow or the phenomenon of Trumpism. The irony is that Soros, himself, is autocratic and authoritarian in how he operates. The same can be said for most, if not all, captains of industry and finance, as well as oligarchs.

          • Pat Lang says:

            “the phenomenon of Trumpism.” I still do not understand what you think “trumpism” is. Surely it is not his regrettable personality.

          • Fred says:

            The collapse of the USSR resulted in chaos, an unprecedented looting of the public treasury, and corrupt governments often worse than what they replaced. He had more to do with the latter than the former.

    • longarch says:

      It is possible that George Soros has the same kind of insanity as Karl Marx did. To quote Wurmbrand:

      He writes in a poem, “I wish to avenge myself against the One who rules above.”~ So
      he was convinced that there is One above who rules, but was quarrelling with Him.
      Yet, the One above had done him no wrong. Marx belonged to a relatively well-to-do
      family. He had not faced hunger in his childhood. He was much better off than many
      fellow students. What produced such a terrible hatred for God? No personal motive is
      known. Was Karl Marx in this declaration only someone else’s mouthpiece? We don’t
      At an age when most young men have beautiful dreams of doing good to others and
      preparing a career for themselves, the young Marx wrote the following lines in his
      poem “Invocation of One in Despair”:
      So a god has snatched from me my all,
      In the curse and rack of destiny.
      All his worlds are gone beyond recall.
      Nothing but revenge is left to me.

      I shall build my throne high overhead,
      Cold, tremendous shall its summit be.
      For its bulwark – superstitious dread.
      For its marshal – blackest agony.

      Who looks on it with a healthy eye,
      Shall turn back, deathly pale and dumb,
      Clutched by blind and chill mortality,
      May his happiness prepare its tomb

      Marx and Satan
      By Richard Wurmbrand

      Note: One need not believe in the metaphysical or theological reality of Satan to believe in the social destructiveness of those who behave Satanically.

      • English Outsider says:

        Blood curdling. Perhaps Nechayev expressed best the route to an imagined millennium through merciless destruction –


        “The revolutionary knows that in the very depths of his being, not only in words but also in deeds, he has broken all the bonds which tie him to the social order and the civilized world with all its laws, moralities, and customs, and with all its generally accepted conventions. He is their implacable enemy, and if he continues to live with them it is only in order to destroy them more speedily.”

        Adolescent vapouring, but the justification for achieving one’s ones ideals by any means, fair or foul it makes no odds, is at the heart of a deal of politics. Pompeo’s celebration of “we lied, we cheated, we stole” can so be read though I doubt he was advancing that as a general rule of conduct. When it does become a part of political life it places the moderate at a severe disadvantage. AG Barr:-

        “The fact of the matter is that, in waging a scorched earth, no-holds-barred war of “Resistance” against this Administration, it is the Left that is engaged in the systematic shredding of norms and the undermining of the rule of law. This highlights a basic disadvantage that conservatives have always had in contesting the political issues of the day. It was adverted to by the old, curmudgeonly Federalist, Fisher Ames, in an essay during the early years of the Republic.

        In any age, the so-called progressives treat politics as their religion. Their holy mission is to use the coercive power of the State to remake man and society in their own image, according to an abstract ideal of perfection. Whatever means they use are therefore justified because, by definition, they are a virtuous people pursing a deific end. They are willing to use any means necessary to gain momentary advantage in achieving their end, regardless of collateral consequences and the systemic implications. They never ask whether the actions they take could be justified as a general rule of conduct, equally applicable to all sides.

        Conservatives, on the other hand, do not seek an earthly paradise. We are interested in preserving over the long run the proper balance of freedom and order necessary for healthy development of natural civil society and individual human flourishing. This means that we naturally test the propriety and wisdom of action under a “rule of law” standard. The essence of this standard is to ask what the overall impact on society over the long run if the action we are taking, or principle we are applying, in a given circumstance was universalized – that is, would it be good for society over the long haul if this was done in all like circumstances?

        For these reasons, conservatives tend to have more scruple over their political tactics and rarely feel that the ends justify the means. And this is as it should be, but there is no getting around the fact that this puts conservatives at a disadvantage when facing progressive holy war, especially when doing so under the weight of a hyper-partisan media”


        I could never work out what Barr was up to at the end of the Trump Presidency, but whether he was able to practice what he preached or not that preaching still rings true.

    • longarch says:

      I have never been able to get a handle on Soros’ motivation(s).

      Some people just hate their idea of Jesus so much that it motivates them to attack anything that reminds them of Jesus.

      From the 1972 book Rules for Radicals:

      Lest we forget at least an over-the-shoulder acknowledgment to the very first radical: from all our legends, mythology, and history (and who is to know where mythology leaves off and history begins— or which is which), the first radical known to man who rebelled against the establishment and did it so effectively that he at least won his own kingdom

      — S A U L A L I N S K Y

      It might be a stretch to claim that Alinsky was a serious Satanist, but Alinsky definitely enjoyed blaspheming against the appropriate standards of his era. He enjoyed attacking Christian morals and Christian civilization. It seems likely that while Soros is not a serious Satanist, Soros similarly enjoys attacking Western notions of God — including the Jewish notions — and especially loves attacking Christian culture.

  2. Babeltuap says:

    The more I read about Soros the more he seems to have no true purpose other than cause chaos. Most of his plans fail from I have seen. It’s as if he’s trying to re-create his childhood of watching the chaos and despair of others. He certainly tried to do that in China. CCP kicked his funded organization out in the 80’s. US should have done it as well. If his coin is connected to a candidate or organization the results more often than not look like a tornado swept through town.

  3. A. Pols says:

    In the end: Joe McCarthy was right…

  4. cofer says:

    Evil and insane, in his own words:

    It seems that Soros believes he was anointed by God. “I fancied myself as some kind of god …” he once wrote. “If truth be known, I carried some rather potent messianic fantasies with me from childhood, which I felt I had to control, otherwise they might get me in trouble.”

  5. Deap says:

    Jim Rogers was George Soros’ former business partner and the cofounder of Quantum Fund and Soros Fund Management. I always enjoyed Jim Rogers books, globe trotting in search of emerging markets after making his fortune with Soros.

    First on a motorcycle traveling around the world, and then back later with a wife and a custom fitted MZB – to see how far his emerging market predictions in fact had emerged.

    Great travel books with a very different eye assessing investment opportunities as well as reasons to reject them. An interesting time capsule to re-read today. Jim Rogers seemed like a decent guy – and an unlikely partner in crime with the likes of George Soros.

  6. TV says:

    To the voters of Loudon County and every other left wing cesspool:
    Who elected these looney tunes?
    You did.
    People get the government they deserve.

    • Fred says:


      Feel better now? They are throwing these people out. Even the people who might have voted them in are doing that.

  7. longarch says:

    The bureaucrats have apparently stonewalled in the past and are trying to stonewall now. Apparently they are legally obligated to give certain information, but they claim that it would cost them exorbitant sums to actually fulfill their duties.




    to quote the Daily Caller:

    Ian Prior, the founder of Fight for Schools, told the Daily Caller that he finds the dollar amount “concerning” and claims the charge is a “roadblock” to prevent parents from uncovering the full extent of sexual assault in the district.

    “The fact that there are potentially 100,000 documents responsive to this request is extremely concerning,” Prior said. “But it is equally concerning that Loudoun County Public Schools would put up a $36,000 roadblock in front of parents trying to find out the extent of sexual assaults occurring in our schools, especially since LCPS has not been reporting those sexual assaults to the state as is required by law.”

    So the Loudoun gang either commits sexual assault or covers it up by failing to report it or both, and then they demand a ridiculously high bribe to intimidate citizens? This is not the “rule of law.” This is the Loudoun gang putting themselves above the law.

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