In 2021, the National School Boards Association (NSBA) infamously sent a letter to the Biden regime requesting upset parents at school board meetings be designated “domestic terrorists?”
Rep. Jim Jordan, according to National Review, just “issued a series of subpoenas on Monday aimed at senior executives of the… NSBA as part of an investigation into the organization’s push to have the Biden administration crackdown on parent protesters, who they accused of engaging in ‘domestic terrorism.’”
NR also reported, “In September 2021, the NSBA, a nationwide non-profit that represents 90,000 school board members and 14,000 districts, sent a letter to Joe Biden asking the president to investigate threats made against educators over policies such as mask mandates.”
No one condones threats of violence, but many observers have noted, if they occur, local officials can handle these investigations. Sending the FBI and DOJ to investigate “domestic terrorism” is overkill.
If the recent authentic domestic terrorism occurring in Atlanta doesn’t warrant federal attention (KJP acted as if she wasn’t informed about it), then upset parents should not.
According to USA Today, “Attorney General Merrick Garland issued a memo in October 2021 to the FBI and U.S. attorneys about the ‘disturbing spike in harassment, intimidation, and threats of violence’ against school officials. Garland and FBI Director Christopher Wray have testified repeatedly that they have not targeted parents voicing concerns at school board meetings, but focused on violent incidents and threats of violence.”
NR also said, “In September 2021, the NSBA, a nationwide non-profit that represents 90,000 school board members and 14,000 districts, sent a letter to Joe Biden asking the president to investigate threats made against educators over policies such as mask mandates.”
The letter noted 20 alleged “harassment, threats, or intimidation” over CCP virus-related policies, sexualizing kids, and an obsessive focus on race. “However, based on local news reports the NSBA cited, the vast majority of incidents enumerated did not qualify as threats of physical violence.”
Still, a month later, AG Merrick Garland told the FBI to investigate the parents. It’s also revealing that, following “public pushback,” the NSBA issued an apology for sending the letter to Biden.
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