Parents In Two States Sue Biden AG Garland, Defend Speaking Out At School Board Meetings

In two states, parents work against US Attorney General Merrick Garland’s actions to enforce the threats to school boards.

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His actions result from a nationwide rise in parents’ statements about the school board on the meeting against the critical race theory, C-19 mandates, and other crucial matters.

Garland and the MSM characterized the increase in attention to schools’ actions as nefarious, speaking about the threats against the school board members.

The Parents from Loudoun County, Virginia school district and Saline Area School District, Michigan sued AG Garland because he tried to criminalize free speech.

The lawsuit filed by the parents stated that Garland causes “irreparable harm, including the loss of their rights to free speech and expressive association.”

The suit stated that the parents “want to speak up … against the divisive, harmful, immoral, destructive, and racist agenda of the ‘progressive’ Left.”

Furthermore, the parents stated that federal law enforcement against the parents is a veiled threat and led to chilling effects, making people afraid to ask for their rights.

Since May, the Loudoun County school district has been a national spotlight when the district stated that CRT was an equity initiative.

The actions that brought to the lawsuit were from a group called the National School Boards Association. They lettered to Biden asking for an invitation to the local school board meetings, such as C-19 restrictions and the CRT teaching.

They wanted to see if confrontations and attacks on board members represented a violation of the Patriot Act.

The NSBA moved on, adding that the parents’ behavior represented “…the equivalent to a form of domestic terrorism and hate crimes.”

With vague notions of increased threats, AG Garland issued a memorandum on October 4, asking FBI and local law enforcement officials to tell the parents that they were a threat to the board members.

The Loudoun County school district is alleged that a male student sexually attacked a 9th-grade girl in the girls’ bathroom. The school later transferred the boy into another school, and there another assault happened.

The school board meeting had a school policy that allows transgender students to use girls’ bathrooms and vice versa.

In a debate between Democrat nominee Gov. Terry McAuliffe and GOP Nominee Glenn Youngkin, McAuliffe stated, “I don’t think parents should be telling schools what they should teach.”

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