If you aren’t paying attention yet, you better start right away because you may be next.
Are you a concerned parent that may not want your child being taught racist, anti-white, pseudohistorical Left Wing theories in school? Then you may be a domestic terrorists.
Or that what the Biden White House thinks, anyway.
A controversial letter was sent by the National School Board Association (NSBA) to Attorney General Merrick Garland. In it they discussed how vulnerable and threatened educators felt as more and more parents voice their concern over the teaching of Critical Race Theory in schools.
The letter prompted Merrick Garland to release a memo threatening those very parents with legal action, labeling them as “domestic terrorists” for daring to speak up about their children’s education.
Garland reputed these claims in Senate hearing, but admitted that the NSBA letter was the catalyst for his memo. He parroted a claim that every parent has a right to protest what their children are being taught and that the label of “domestic terrorist” applies only to parents enacting violence.
There have been no instances of parents enacting violence over the teaching of Critical Race Theory.
Somewhere in this chain of sick and twisted events is a line of communication between the White House and the NSBA.
As a matter of fact Biden’s White House was in communications with the NSBA two weeks before the organization submitted a letter requesting federal intervention to curb concerned parents — whose actions were allegedly akin to “domestic terrorism” — at school board meetings.
In other words, White House officials were fully aware of and contributed to the letter sent to Garland which resulted in threats of legal action against concerned parents.
You can’t make this stuff up…
NSBA’s President Viola Garcia emailed about the timeline of the Sept. 29 letter’s drafting. The emails included the dates that the organization worked hand-in-hand with the White House.
On Sept. 14, state school board members were allegedly informed that the NSBA “was preparing to send a letter to the President” and that “there had been a meeting with White House staff that morning.” The memo states that the NSBA worked with the White House, Department of Justice, Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Education, the Surgeon General, and other federal agencies on “pandemic related issues.”
I bet you’re paying attention now!
Previous email correspondence between NSBA leadership confirmed that the organization was in communication with the White House for “several weeks” before the organization’s letter dropped.
Major backlash has ensued over this communication link between the NSBA, the White House, and multiple federal agencies which have now labeled concerned parents as domestic terrorists.
Garland’s memo created such an immense wave of criticism, the NSBA has since apologized and officially retracted the contents of their initial letter.
Merrick Garland himself faced demands to resign from flabbergasted members of Congress who couldn’t believe the Attorney General’s brazenness to label parents as terrorists.
Merrick Garland's performance as Attorney General has been shameful. He should resign in disgrace. pic.twitter.com/oyRg9Sc2NV
— Tom Cotton (@SenTomCotton) October 27, 2021
Author: Elizabeth Tierney