The walls are closing in on Joe Biden.
“Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita, along with 16 other state attorneys general, penned a letter to President Biden and U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland demanding the federal government cease efforts to intimidate parents into silence at school board meetings,” according to Fox News.
“Your recent action seeks to chill lawful dissent by parents voiced during local school board meetings by characterizing them as unlawful and threatening,” said the attorneys general in the letter.
Per Fox News:
A memorandum issued by Garland, which was released shortly after the National School Boards Association (NSBA) sent a letter to Biden claiming some clashes between school boards and parents may amount to “domestic terrorism,” calls for the FBI to take the lead on a task force to address threats against school officials, including creating a centralized way to report such threats.
The previously mentioned attorneys general “slammed” the letter from the NSBA because the association failed to “document a single legitimate instance of violence.”
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