Dozens of parents are branded with a ‘threat tag’ by FBI’s Counterterrorism Division

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The Joe Biden team’s attack on U.S. families focuses on subverting and perverting schoolchildren away from their parents, but wait: They have a plan of attack for the parents, too.

Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio and Rep. Mike Johnson of Louisiana have sent a letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland revealing that the FBI has put a “threat tag” on dozens of parents who protested schools’ COVID policies and stated their positions at school board meetings, reports The Post Millennial.

The designation was created by the FBI’s Counterterrorism Division, despite Garland’s claim that this never happened. Whistleblowers are the source of this information, the May 11 letter says.

In September of 2021 a panicky-sounding National School Boards Association (NBSA) sent a letter to the White House likening parents who publicly opposed school COVID policies to domestic terrorists. About a week later the Justice Department publicly directed the FBI to investigate “threats” to school boards, and Jordan’s and Johnson’s letter claims that the FBI’s criminal and counterterrorism divisions gave internal instructions to label all investigations of parents who spoke out against education officials with the threat tag “EDUOFFICIALS.”

Investigations with the EDUOFFICIALS label were opened in “every region of the country,” on “all types of educational settings,” Jordan and Johnson wrote.

The congressmen’s letter cites numerous examples where someone reported a parent, or an elected official, using the FBI’s National Threat Operations Center and compared the center to a “snitch-line” for tips about parents at school board meetings.

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