While mobs gather at the houses of Supreme Court Justices, breaking federal law in the process and lobbing threatening rhetoric, the FBI and DOJ are focused like a laser beam on the true threat in the country: Parents.
A whistleblower has confirmed prior reporting on the government’s effort to use counter-terrorism provisions to target parents who have protested at school boards. The submission details specific instances, including some you may have heard of.
When deranged abortion activists broke federal law and showed up at the homes of SCOTUS justices to intimidate and extort them into changing their votes, the FBI did nothing. But parents going to school board meetings? The FBI tagged them as terrorists. https://t.co/H7SSYsgW8n
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) May 11, 2022
Just to be clear, if you march on a Supreme Court Justices’ house screaming about fascism and how you are going to “fight,” the FBI will do nothing. They won’t enforce federal law and they’ll instead leak documents claiming it is abortion clinics that are under threat. Further, if you are the Democrat Mayor of Chicago and issue a public “call to arms” against the Supreme Court, the FBI won’t come to interview you. And if you are a Democrat senator who strokes out screaming possibly violent rhetoric (by the left’s own definition) in front of the Capitol, that’s just fine.
But if you are a parent who protested a school board full of degenerates who cover up sexual abuse and want to force-feed your children pornographic material, then you are a “right-wing” threat. In fact, one of the disclosures from the whistleblower noted that the FBI decided to target her because she was part of a “right-wing moms group.” In another instance, a father against mask mandates was investigated and tagged because he “fit the profile of an insurrectionist.”
Lastly, the whistleblower revealed that the FBI had actually opened an investigation into Republican officials because a Democrat official had complained that opposing vaccine mandates in schools could “incite violence.”
For their part, Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee are demanding documents from AG Merrick Garland on how and why this is happening. Unfortunately, there’s little chance of cooperation until the GOP regains the House and regains subpoena power. This scandal should be added to the list of things to deal with once that happens.
To put a cherry on this, I’ll once again say what I’ve been saying for years: The FBI is not an agency that can be saved by reform. The rot is too deep and the politicization spans every level, from leadership to many in the rank and file. Clearly Dir. Christopher Wray needs to go, but any Republican who one day holds the presidency has to go much further than that. The country is fracturing over these kinds of abuses by the government, and they must be stopped when the power to do so is obtained.