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National School Board Association head talked to White House for WEEKS before asking to rein in ‘domestic terrorist' parents

1 month ago   |   By RT

Leaders of the US National School Board Association failed to consult their own board and were in touch with the White House before publishing a letter with a call to label unruly parents as “domestic terrorists," emails reveal.
In a letter to President Joe Biden last month, the NSBA insisted that the classification of parents' disruptive actions at school board meetings “could be the equivalent to a form of domestic terrorism and hate crimes,” calling on Biden to direct the Justice Department to apply the Patriot Act “in regards to domestic terrorism” wherever possible.
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Sen. John Cornyn Reacts To Report That Reveals Biden Admin Worked With National Association Of School Boards On Letter Calling Concerned Parents “Domestic Terrorists”

Sen. John Cornyn Reacts To Report That Reveals Biden Admin Worked With National Association Of School Boards On Letter Calling Concerned Parents “Domestic Terrorists”

1 month ago   |   By FOX News

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Senator John Cornyn joined the Guy Benson Show to react to a report from the Free Beacon that reveals the White House knew about letter that compared parents to domestic terrorists.
Senator Cornyn reacted to the stunning report, saying
“This is unfortunately entirely consistent with the way that the Biden administration and the radical left have been dealing with their their opponents, people who have different points of view trying to intimidate them, threatening to use federal authorities in. As you point out, if this was if there was anything here...
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