Fri. Jan 21st, 2022

Dens. Ron JohnsonRonald (Ron) Harold Johnson Sunday shows preview: Supply chain crisis threatens holiday sales; uncertainty over whether US could sustain nationwide downward trend in COVID-19 cases Democratic established forces fundraising advantage in key Senate races Most Senate Republicans do not want to see Trump run again MORE (R-Wis.) On Sunday, the Justice Department slammed schools and said it was unfairly targeting parents.

“What the public prosecutor is doing is outrageous. It’s such a violation of people’s constitutional rights to ask their government for freedom of speech, “Johnson said in an interview on Cats Roundtable with John Catsimatidis on WABC 770 AM.

DOJ and Attorney General Merrick GarlandMerrick GarlandBiden’s inquiry panel into Supreme Court reform notes ‘significant’ risks of court extension Supreme Court signals willingness to reintroduce marathon bomber death sentence Pavlich: DOJ’s scandalous assault on parents MORE announced they would investigate threats against school board members and teachers after a series of controversial school board meetings across the country.

Some parents have protested at school board meetings and spoken out against mask mandates and teaching critical race theory.

In a letter from the National School Board Association to President BidenJoe BidenThe pressure grows to breakthrough in Biden agenda negotiations The State School Board leaves the national association and says they called parents domestic terrorists Sunday shows preview: crisis in the supply chain threatens holiday sales; uncertainty as to whether the US can sustain a nationwide downward trend in COVID-19 cases MORE, the board said: “As these vicious acts, violence, and threats against elementary school officials have increased, the classification of these heinous acts may amount to a form of domestic terrorism and hate crimes.”

Johnson said Democrats have used the term “domestic terrorists” to label anyone who questions COVID-19 policies, saying the DOJ ruling is a “method of intimidation.”

“[Garland] say [the parents] scares school board members. “No, it is the United States Attorney General who is intimidating people who exercise their right to freedom of expression and the right to petition their government,” Johnson said.

Johnson also urged parents to keep facing school boards that want to implement critical race theory.

“I hope the Americans are aware. The good news is, parents seem to be paying attention … They’re running for board. I tell people in Wisconsin if you do not want critical race theory; If you do not want your children to learn the 1619 project, do not let it go, ”Johnson said. “Show up peacefully. Be respectful. But be insistent. Require school boards to follow your wishes. Not Joe Biden’s wishes and his cast. ”

John Catsimatidis is an investor in The Hill.


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