Justice Department's Garland Family Gets Money for Hunting Peaceful Parents Who ATTEND School Board Meetings
Garland Abuses Power to Protect Family Interests
This move was specifically requested by the National School Boards Association in an open letter.
Their letter cited, among several incidents, the arrest of two men at the now infamous Loudoun County School Board meeting in June, 2021.
Jon Tigges, National Coordinator for Public Advocate was arrested for peacefully exercising his right to free speech at a public meeting.
Scott Smith was assaulted by police when he tried to publicly report the rape of his daughter by a "transgender" male student in a Loudoun County school.
Mr. Smith was arrested when he tried to defend himself from this assault.
The Loudoun County School Board is now under national criticism for covering up the rape of Mr. Smith's daughter and another girl by the same "trans"-predator.
The description of these protests as "domestic terrorism" by the FBI was so absurd, that it raised serious questions for journalists as to why?
Private investigations quickly produced the answer as to why AG Garland acted so swiftly and irrationally.
Merrick Garland's son-in-law is a co-founder of the company Panorama Education.
Panorama is responsible for placing Critical Race Theory and Gender Corruption Theory textbooks into more than 23,000 schools, and in the hands of 13 million students. This business has generated untold millions in revenue for the Garland family.
These are the exact textbooks that hundreds of thousands of parents are protesting against.
If parents succeed in purging Gender Corruption and Critical Race from the curriculum, Panorama's business will plummet.
The U.S. Attorney General has tasked the Department of Justice and the FBI with silencing, through harassment and intimidation, the very parents who are threatening his son-in-law's private revenue.
From the New York Post:
In an Oct. 8 letter, several Republican lawmakers wrote to Garland expressing concern over "reporting about an alleged connection between your family members and controversial curricula that will directly benefit from this memorandum and the chilling of speech."
Attorney General Merrick Garland wrote in his memo to the FBI that parents threatening administrators at school board meetings "counter to our nation's core values."
"Your daughter, Rebecca Garland, married Alexander ("Xan") Newman Tanner in 2018.3 Mr. Tanner is a co-founder of Panorama Education ("Panorama"), a "social learning" provider that provides consultancy services that reportedly aids schools in teaching critical race theory under the guise of "equity and inclusion" to America's children," US Sens. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) and Mike Lee (R-Utah) wrote.
"On September 29, the National School Boards Association sent a letter to the Biden administration raising complaints about parents' protests at school board meetings," they added.
"Then, less than a week later, you issued the memorandum, which will benefit companies like Panorama, whose contracts may be in jeopardy as parents stand up to school boards and demand that their children not be indoctrinated with critical race theory."
AG Garland has tasked the Department of Justice with crushing his family's personal opponents.
This is a clear conflict of interests.
Neither the Attorney General nor the Department of Justice have issued any response to these allegations of corruption. We demand they do so now. " End of Statement by PA president Eugene Delgaudio.
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