FBI to start investigating parents who resist school board policies and decisions


 

 

Attorney General Merrick Garland is mobilizing the FBI and U.S. attorneys to “investigate and prosecute” protests at public school board meetings.

“Threats against public servants are not only illegal, they run counter to our nation’s core values,” Garland wrote in a memo Monday to FBI Director Christopher Wray and Justice Department prosecutors. “Those who dedicate their time and energy to ensuring that our children receive a proper education in a safe environment deserve to be able to do their work without fear for their safety.

With the stroke of a pen AG Merrick Garland will use the FBI to hunt you down like the dogs they think you are if you resist the indoctrination of your children at school. You are now a domestic terrorist if you resist your school board. Your children will wear a mask, take the jab, have Critical Race Theory taught, including so called sex education and they will have your children hating America. Intimidation at its finest. The parents? All they have to do is take a look at the languishing of the January 6 demonstrators in solitary confinement to get the message.

Without laying claim to one case, Garland will now insert the FBI into our governance. And they are just getting started.

 

 

Domestic terrorists

Fulton parents confront school board about controversial survey

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And the school boards? What are their limitations?

And so it goes:

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35 Responses to “FBI to start investigating parents who resist school board policies and decisions”

  1. Baysider Says:

    OMG – I did not know THIS when I posted yesterday: “Merrick [Garland]’s daughter, Rebecca Garland, is married to the co-founder of an education resource company that pushes critical race theory – which angry parents across the country are protesting. Taking matters into his own hands, AG Garland tapped the FBI on Monday to huddle with local leaders to address a “disturbing spike in harassment, intimidation, and threats of violence” against teachers and school board members.”
    So, she’s having daddy sic the feds on parents who interfere with their little business.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/conflict-interest-ag-garlands-family-getting-rich-selling-critical-race-theory-materials

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  2. Baysider Says:

    When I find my jaw where it dropped on the floor I’ll write more…

    MORE. To paraphrase Ed, what effing business is it of HIS? I’m aware of a LOT of parents challenging school boards in open public meetings. But not threats. Credible threats merit investigation by the proper local police authorities. Not this dufus’ . Looks like the ‘threats’ are goin’ the other way! He’d federalize it and wrap up all these dunderheads in qualified immunity.

    To paraphrase MacBeth: Mal per me che m’affidai nel promesse del politici del inferno
    Maledizioni on the lot!

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    • bunkerville Says:

      “Efforts to intimidate” is in the eye of the beholder, or in this case the Feds.. good luck with that one. So they arrest, the the poor souls at the least wind up with enormous legal bills, thus plead out to some “lesser charge.” Thinking of the D.C. incident.

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  3. Linda Says:

    I am so glad we homeschooled all the way through. We had a similar issue when our son was attending kindergarten and then one day, when he was home recovering from open heart surgery, we decided we no longer needed the public school system (because they were giving us so much attitude over the fact he had to be home for at least 6 months. I personally got tired of hearing, “Well, Mrs. Conley he would be better off in school where he can socialize with his peers.”). This nonsense I hear all day long, “I CAN’T DO IT! or I’LL RUIN THEM or THEY WON’T BE SOCIALIZED!” pff…that is the problem; too much socialization and not enough butt whopping. Yeah, I said it.

    ….and I will firmly state this about Merrick Garland (or I would state this to his face), “Dude, and this is why you aren’t Supreme Court material.”

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  4. nrringlee Says:

    The Weather Underground told us all about their plans for a Soviet America way back in 1973. The Prairie Fire Manifesto laid out the plan and they have followed and executed every mission almost without resistance. Top of the list was talking over public education. Billy Ayers is the Patron Saint of Public Education. So here we are. Josef Stalin is your school board president. The Harris/Biden regime is simply pointing out reality to you all.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Those of us with the tin foil have been warning about this for years… What is striking is the short timeline for their dreams to come into fruition. While they have been laying in wait and plotting and deceiving, they are now out in the open. All in one generation. Still Biden has a 40 something approval… We shall see what happens in VA. It will be a “tell” if anyone is awake.

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  5. Mustang Says:

    Here’s what needs to happen. State Troopers need to arrest any FBI agent that interferes with a citizen’s right to peaceably assemble, pursuant to the rights of citizens as contained in the constitutions of every one of our fifty states. I have little doubt that such a thing could happen in states like Florida and Texas if the governors are paying attention to this federal overreach. By all means, force the issue into the courts. I want to see states standing up, for their citizens, to the federal government.

    Those Fulton parents didn’t seem very threatening to me, so once again, I don’t know what the heck Biden’s attorney general is yapping about — other than that, it sounds more like BLM bullying. Democrats are good at bullying others. We need more “come and take it” reactions to federal intimidation.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      This will not end well if the States don’t get a handle on this…. but of course they will push and push…

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    • Mustang Says:

      Agree. States need to begin “pushing back.”

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    • nrringlee Says:

      Everybody get very comfortable with the term “rogue federal agent.”

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    • Mustang Says:

      The nature of the law is, by definition, adversarial. We can see in our mind’s eye, two or more advocates arguing their positions in front of a magistrate. Who doesn’t like a good “courtroom drama?” But if the law is adversarial, law enforcement is exponentially so because, in law enforcement, there is no presumption of innocence. There is no presumption of innocence because, in the psychology of law enforcement, anyone can be involved in a crime. The people, therefore, become the enemy that must be defeated. To achieve this, the government employs the full weight of all of its resources to “score a victory” over “we the people,” who are, all of us, persons of interest.

      Now enter into this matrix the low-intelligence (albeit college-educated) FBI agent who, in seeking to make his career into a gold egg, will not hesitate to entrap one or more of the enemy. This is how we end up with FBI agents planning crimes, encouraging others to participate in them, perpetrating the crime, and then arresting all those who the agent entrapped. Think of the Michigan Militia group charged with attempting to kidnap a governor. That wasn’t the first time federal agents concocted a crime, but as an investigative agency, you can believe they cover those illegal acts up in reams of paper CYAs. It is a crime to lie to the FBI; it is not a crime for the FBI to lie to you. So, the question is, who in their right mind would trust any law enforcement officer? Who would want to talk to them without an attorney present? Who would seek to “cooperate” with a government agency whose mission it is to destroy them?

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    • Bill H. Says:

      Given the way the federal justice system is treating those who participated in the Jan 6th “insurrection,” I would guess that state justice systems attempting to contest federal charges would have little or no success, and the officers of those state systems might find themselves the subject of bogus federal charges which they would be powerless to contest. The federal government, and in particular its enforcement agencies, has gone totally out of control.

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      • Mustang Says:

        No disagreement here, Bill … except that Washington is a federal city where US law reigns supreme. Our states, however, are sovereign and we, the people, are first and foremost the citizens of our states. I’d like to see the States demanding a return to our federalist republic roots.

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      • bunkerville Says:

        Ok.. but they will simply deny federal funding for schools… anyone recall when they limited the speed limit to 55 out west? Those states that didn’t comply were denied federal funding.. same with the school lunch programs…

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      • Mustang Says:

        @ Bunks

        I would rather not see any federal money in our school districts. Funding schools is a state responsibility and insofar as I can tell, Title I spending is just another ploy to get the federal camel’s nose under the state’s tents. The purpose of the program was to help fund the poorest school districts, which is to say, school districts in areas of the country that struggle within its economic tax base to fund public education. Ask anyone who pays property taxes if school budgets reflect that effort … e.g., educating our children. I would argue that the $5 billion in annual expenditures that goes exclusively toward athletic programs has nothing to do with educating our children. Maybe if school districts and state BOEs focused their attention on learning rather than interscholastic sports and socialization, poor districts wouldn’t need Title I allowances and our kids would actually be ready to enter the workforce upon graduation.

        If public education was a business enterprise, it would have been bankrupt in 1950.

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      • bunkerville Says:

        I will go along with you on that… let them have their filthy lucre…

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      • Bill H. Says:

        Bunkerville
        Yes, the feds mandated the 55mph speed limit by threat to withdraw funding, and the Supreme Court nixed that. Most states no longer have a 55mph speed limit.

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      • bunkerville Says:

        I knew it had been changed but did not know it was the Supremes… that is good news.. a precedent thus…

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      • bunkerville Says:

        Opps=

        1995 repeal
        Congress lifted all federal speed limit controls in the National Highway System Designation Act of 1995, returning all speed limit determination authority to the states effective December 8, 1995. Several states immediately reverted to already existing laws. For example, most Texas rural limits that were above 55 mph (89 km/h) in 1974 immediately reverted to 70 mph (110 km/h), causing some legal confusion before the new signs were posted. Montana reverted to non-numerical speed limits on most rural highways, but its legislature adopted 75 mph (121 km/h) as a limit in 1999; as a result, according to Insurance Institute for Highway Safety researcher Anne McCartt, “What’s impressive is the huge drop in the percent of vehicles going very fast….

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    • Ed Bonderenka Says:

      When is someone going to tell me how this falls in their jurisdiction?

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  6. markone1blog Says:

    Has there ever been a better reason to pull your kid out and put that kid in home or private school? I did that for a part of my kid’s travel through the system (and that was ten to twelve years ago — while he was between junior high and high school).

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  7. peter3nj Says:

    Might we infer home schooling may soon be on the chopping block. With parents in solitary lock-up will we see their children become wards of the state with emergency $$$billions allocated to
    building camps for those quasi-orphaned minors? Surely enough bull dykes for camp guards and limp wristed metro-sexuals for teachers can be recruited overnight. With republican politicians as our only hope it won’t be long now.,

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