In early October Mark Levin broadcast a letter with insider information on the teachers union, Attorney General Merrick Garland, and the FBI who met and organized how to combat America’s parents who were speaking out at local school board meetings across the country.
The parents were outraged at the COVID masking and vaccination rules, critical race theory indoctrination and open porn disguised as literature promoted in American schools today.
The Biden administration and the teachers unions knew this would be a problem for the midterm elections. They knew they must act.
The liberal group drafted and released a letter urging the government to use the Patriot Act to spy on American parents of school children for speaking out.
Then just days later Attorney General Merrick Garland released his new plan to target and silence American parents of school children by using the FBI and intelligence agencies to crack down on American parents.
Merrick Garland even sent federal agents and a helicopter circling overhead to threaten parents attending the Fairfax County School Board meeting last week in Virginia.
This was after Garland testified and said he was not sending the feds to threaten American parents who speak out at their local school board meetings.
Many of the parents around the country became aware of the illegal porn the schools are pushing on kids in the student libraries. One book that was found in several libraries is titled, Gender Queer: A Memoir by Maia Kobabe.
The book is a graphic novel with drawings that explains in lurid detail the sexual interactions between two young men, has been inserted into high school libraries across America, despite it violating guidelines against pornography or sexually explicit materials being provided to minors and paid for with our tax dollars.
Gender Queer includes countless images of male-on-male sexual encounters, accompanied by words that one would expect to find inside literary works at adult porn shops or gay sex clubs and bathhouses.
Even so, this book was purchased and pushed by school officials around the country, despite it clearly violating county guidelines.