The war on education in this country continues to have many battles. Parents find themselves on the front, combating pandemic protocols, critical race theory and the LGBT agenda. Church Militant's Nadia Hazimeh unloads the impact these so-called domestic terrorists are having across America.
There's continued pushback from parents after Biden and his lackeys declared them domestic terrorists for fighting back against leftist school boards.
Educational nonprofit Moms for America addressed Attorney General Merrick Garland and the National School Boards Association (NSBA) in a letter yesterday: "We will use every legal means available to expose the fraudulent waste and abuse of public funds going to organizations that lobby against our children and disregard our parental rights."
The letter was signed by several lawmakers, including Congresswoman Lauren Boebert.
Rep. Lauren Boebert: "I've joined conservatives in Congress, demanding the Department of Justice to explain how the attorney general just happens to also have a son-in-law whose company generates millions selling critical race theory and other woke crap to our public schools."
Monday, 17 state attorneys general penned their own letter, arguing Garland's request for the FBI to intervene is "flawed" and seeks to "criminalize lawful dissent and intimidate parents into silence."
Additionally, 18 state school board associations either severed ties or distanced themselves from the NSBA.
John O'Connor, Oklahoma attorney general: "I support parents who advocate for their children in school board meetings in a nonviolent way. And I call those parents 'heroes.'"
Parent: "I just want to start off by welcoming any FBI agents that may be in attendance tonight."
The Ohio School Boards Association wrote it "believes strongly in parental engagement ... and rejects the labeling of parents as 'domestic terrorists.'" Parents across the country are continuing to stand up for their First Amendment rights and their children's education.
The FBI has not confirmed these parents of concern are "terrorists." And it may not even respond to the Department of Justice directive to look at them as such.