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National organizations of parents are expressing outrage over the Biden Department of Justice’s (DOJ) intention to direct the FBI to mobilize against parents who oppose CRT and mask mandates in K-12 schools and speak out about their concerns.

Parents Defending Education is urging Americans to email the U.S. Justice Department and express opposition to the creation of a “’task force’ to silence parents who are non-violently speaking out for their children at school board meetings.”

 

The national organization noted the DOJ’s memorandum announcing its new initiative to address “harassment, intimidation and threats of violence” against school officials and school board members was released just days after a letter to President Joe Biden from the National School Board Association (NSBA) sought federal law enforcement help to cope with frustrated and concerned parents the group likened to “domestic terrorists.”

 

Parents Defending Education continued:

This choreography makes one thing very clear: there is a coordinated campaign to intimidate American citizens into silence – and the Department of Justice is complicit.

Parents, grandparents, and taxpayers have been routinely ignored, disrespected, and dismissed by their school board members, administrators, and teachers – all for the “offense” of expressing well-founded concerns about the quality of taxpayer-funded education in 2021.

“We do not, have not, and will not advocate violence,” the parents’ group stated. “Over the past year, thousands of Americans have petitioned their elected officials for a redress of grievances – as is their right, guaranteed by the First Amendment – and they will continue to do so.”

 

In a statement sent to Breitbart News, U.S. Parents Involved in Education (USPIE) asserted “parents are systematically being pushed out of the decision-making role despite the fact most states have laws ensuring parental authority over their children.”

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