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We recently learned something many of us have suspected for a while. The Department of Education prompted the National School Boards Association to write the infamous letter calling anti-CRT parents “domestic terrorists.” This letter was used by the Department of Justice to engage in draconian surveillance of these parents.
According to Fox News:
Education Secretary Miguel Cardona solicited the much-criticized letter from the National School Boards Association that compared protesting parents to domestic terrorists, according to an email exchange reviewed by Fox News.
The email exchange indicates Cardona was more involved with the letter’s creation than previously known.
President Biden’s Department of Justice relied on the NSBA letter, which suggested using the Patriot Act against parents, in creating its own memo directing the FBI to mobilize in support of local education officials.
In the latest episode of The JD Rucker Political Report on America Out Loud Talk Radio, we covered this topic and explained how it’s an old playbook they’ve been using for a long time, including the Russiagate scandal.
In the second segment, I talked to America-First patriot Teddy Daniels about his run for Congress in Pennsylvania’s 8th District. He needs to get all the support he can because America needs him for such a time as this.
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