Merrick Garland and a Michigan Mother

The National School Boards Association has apologized for its infamous letter to President Biden last September, in which it suggested that “threats” and “acts of violence” at riotous public school board meetings “could amount to a form of domestic terrorism.” But Attorney General Merrick garland‘s memo to the FBI to investigate the parents still stands. And if you want to understand why parents are still upset, check out what happened to a Michigan mom who complained to the Chippewa Valley school board.

Sandra herds‘s son Conor has special needs and since the Covid pandemic she has complained that board policies – from closures to virtual learning – have caused her son’s GPA to drop from a 3.5 to a 1.5 is. Board members responded to their criticisms by first reporting them to their then-employer, the Harper Woods Police Department, and then to the Justice Department. Merrick Garland and a Michigan Mother

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