American parents are Public Enemy Number One who must be stopped by the FBI from making their voices and passions about their children’s education known at local school board meetings.
Or as the teachers’ unions call it, threats and intimidation.
Joe Biden’s Justice Department has now been dispatched to intimidate public school parents from speaking their minds.
Much like the KGB, America’s top cops are now being used as political tools to silence dissenters and enforce the will of government.
Attorney General Merrick Garland announced Monday that the FBI would take the lead on the law enforcement response to what Garland called “a disturbing spike in harassment, intimidation, and threats of violence against school administrators, board members, teachers, and staff.”
“While spirited debate about policy matters is protected under our Constitution, that protection does not extend to threats of violence or efforts to intimidate individuals based on their views,” Garland wrote in a memo to federal prosecutors
So make a note of it: Threatening to withhold your vote from school board members if they make your kindergartener wear a mask all day at school, judge them by their skin color, teach them about sex too early, or generally act like a parent, Biden’s secret police will come knocking at your door.
Meanwhile, it’s still okay to set fire to the federal courthouse in Portland, Oregon and attack law enforcement from that same federal agency if you’re antifa.
Instead of stopping drug cartels and the spike in violent crime, AG Garland is focused on treating parents like terrorists.
Parents have every right to express their First Amendment rights with elected officials. Totally shameful!
— Rep. Ken Buck (@RepKenBuck) October 5, 2021
.@JoeBiden‘s AG Merrick Garland ordered the FBI to turn against parents who oppose CRT in public schools, citing “threats.” The Natl School Board Assoc is also opposing parents saying their protests are “domestic terrorism.” This is what it’s come to parents. #copolitics
— Kristi Burton Brown (@ColoradoKbb) October 5, 2021
Denver School Board Director Tay Anderson is so vain, he probably thinks this crackdown on First Amendment rights is about him.
That joke aside, which is a joke not a threat, we agree that violence in any circumstance is wrong.
But if there are violent situations or serious violent threats against a teacher or school board member, that’s a matter for local police.