Florida mom and activist Quisha King is talking about her concerns that a recent judicial investigation would discourage parents from expressing their opposition to critical race theory (CRT) and other issues.
“They draw the line where it scares school board members, but … it’s very vague,” he said in an interview with LBL on Friday. “Who thinks it’s a threat? It can be used in so many different ways.”
Commenting on the FBI’s involvement, he said, “It’s terrifying in itself … when you know the FBI will probably come after you … you’re making homemade peanut butter and jelly or ironing your kids’ clothes for school – and you will say something they ‘bully’ and the FBI It shows up at your door. Yeah, it quits a lot. “
King, an Moms for Liberty activist who works for the Republican National Committee (RNC), went viral for a speech condemning critical race theory at his local school board meeting.
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Her concerns were sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo. And Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Hand was like that. – Both have pointed to the DOJ’s memo as an overreaction and a potential threat to civil liberties.
The DOJ recently announced it would organize a nationwide investigation after the National School Board Association (NSBA) suggested that teachers may be facing domestic terrorism. In it, the NSBA cited several instances of reported violence or threats.
Garlands Memo He did not use the term “domestic terrorist” and made it clear that “lively debate” was not the goal of his investigation. “Although lively debate on policy issues is protected under our Constitution, that protection does not extend to threats of violence or attempts to intimidate individuals based on their views,” he said.
Nevertheless, Hawley is concerned about the NSBA letter and the possibility of overruling the Patriots Act.
The magnitude of FBI involvement is somewhat unclear. Garland’s memo reads: “Coordination and partnership with local law enforcement is critical to implementing these measures for the benefit of our country’s nearly 14,000 public school districts.
“For this purpose, I direct the Federal Bureau of Investigation, in conjunction with every United States Attorney, to convene federal, state, local, tribal and regional leaders in each federal judicial district within 30 days of issuing this memorandum. These meetings are with school administrators, board members , Facilitates discussion of strategies to address threats against teachers and staff, and opens dedicated communication channels for threat reporting, evaluation, and response.
King received an applause when King called for “mass immigration” from public schools on Thursday, arguing that authorities were leaving parents with no choice.
She was after Has released An Instagram video asking followers what concerns (transportation, etc.) they have in keeping their children away from public schools.