Nets Blackout FBI Whistleblower Warning Bureau Is Tracking Parents

The liberal media have super hearing when it comes to picking up the “racist dog whistles” they suggest spurs opposition to Critical Race Theory in schools. However, hearing aids are required for certain federal whistleblowers. That was exactly the case on Tuesday when the broadcast networks didn’t want anything to do with an FBI whistleblower warning Congress that the bureau is indeed tracking parents who are upset with their local school boards.

Instead of reporting on this disturbing turn toward an Orwellian society, ABC’s World News TonightOne of the reporters went down to Antarctica with them to meet the emperor penguins. They also took a few swims. CBS Evening News noted a settlement in the class-action lawsuit against TikTok for collecting users’ personal information. Also NBC Nightly News touted General Motors’ new electric car factory.

Meanwhile, the story was breaking news on Fox News Channel’s Special Report. “Also breaking tonight, we’re getting new information about federal authorities tracking parents upset over their children’s education,” announced anchor Bret Baier. “Information from a whistleblower that GOP lawmakers say seems to directly contradict what the attorney general told them.”

An anonymous whistleblower contacted the House Judiciary Committee, claiming that Attorney General Merrick Galrland had lied about what he was ordered to do against protesting parents.

“Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee say an email by an FBI whistleblower demonstrates that the FBI crafted a system to track threats against school board officials and administrators. Republicans say Attorney General Merrick Garland didn’t tell the truth when asked about this at a recent house hearing,” reported congressional correspondent Chad Pergram.



Fox News also spoke with Republican Congressman Jim Jordan of Ohio, who explained what the whistleblower told them (Click “expand”):

JORDAN This federal categorizing is concerning. Merrick Garland, however, testified that the memo was wrong and said nothing.


PERGRAM – Jim Jordan, an Ohio Republican who is the top Republican on Judiciary Committee wrote to Garland regarding the whistleblower. According to Jordan, the email is evidence that again the federal government used anti-terrorism tools against parents.

This all stemmed from a disgusting letter the National School Boards Associate admittedly wrote with coordination from the White House, the Department of Justice, and Homeland Security among others, which described parents protesting at school board meetings as “domestic terrorism.”

Baier, and Mike Emanuel (chief Washington correspondent) brought to our attention a rally for parental rights that took place on Tuesday outside the Capitol. The event was called Government is Not a Coparent. “Concerned parents from Virginia, Washington, D.C., and Maryland rallying today on Capitol Hill. Their message: Government should not be parenting their children,” Emanuel reported.

“No, we don’t want the indoctrination. No, we don’t want Marxist and Communist ideology to hijack our schools,” Chinese immigrant and Mao survivor Xi Van Fleet told the crowd.

Emanuel also pointed out the “growing concerns about the influence of the National School Boards Association on the Biden White House.” And there was a laundry list of concerning interactions (Click “expand”):

The NSBA claimed last month it had been engaged with Homeland Security and the Justice Department. A week later, the DOJ sent a memo to the FBI directing them to look into threats made against teachers and school officials.

National School Boards Association (NSBA) urged Biden to choose his wife as the first lady and lead an elite task force to promote equity and transformation in public schools.

And that’s not to mention how President Biden’s Department of Education appointedViola Garcia, President of the NSBA will lead a federal committee that tracks student progress.

Because of lucrative sponsorships by the FBI, this refusal to include parents being tracked was possible. WeatherTechABC Procter & GambleCBS: Liberty MutualNBC. You can find their contact information linked to let you know about biased news that they finance.

Below is the transcript. Click “expand to read:

Fox News Channel’s Special Report
November 16th, 2021
Eastern, 6:10:35

BRET BAIER: Also breaking tonight, we’re getting new information about federal authorities tracking parents upset over their children’s education. GOP legislators claim that the information gathered from a whistleblower contradicts what they were told by the attorney general.

Chad Pergram, Congressional correspondent joins us to bring you the most recent news. Chad, it’s good to be here.

CHAD PERGRAM : Bret, good evening. Republicans from the House Judiciary Committee claim that an FBI whistleblower sent an email to show how the FBI set up a system to monitor threats made against administrators and school board members. Republicans claim Attorney General Merrick Grland did not tell the truth about it when he was asked by the House Judiciary Committee.

REP. JIM JORDAN(R-OH),: The were actually categorizing and cataloguing parents that may be a danger. This federal categorizing moms and fathers who show up to school board meetings is alarming. Merrick Garland, however, testified that the memo was wrong and said nothing.

PERGRAM: In September, the National School Boards Association requested that the feds investigate whether threats made against school board members could be considered domestic terrorist threats. The feds cited particular opposition to the masking of requirements and teaching Critical Race Theory. Garland requested that the FBI investigate the threats. However, the school boards association eventually apologized.

Jim Jordan from Ohio, the Judiciary Committee’s top Republican, wrote to Garland concerning the whistleblower. The email he sent to Garland shows that the federal government used anti-terrorism tools again against his parents. Bret?

BAIER: We’ll follow this story. Chad, we’re grateful. We will look later at this issue, as parents become more concerned about their kids’ education and express that concern today in Washington.


Eastern, 6:28.41

BAIER: Next year’s midterm elections will be very important for parents rights. This is especially true when it concerns education. A rally held at the U.S. Capitol tonight was titled “Government is not a co-parent.” Mike Emanuel, chief Washington correspondent has the story. Mike, it’s good to see you.

MIKE EMANUEL – Bret, happy evening. Parents from Maryland, Washington, D.C., Virginia and Washington, D.C. are rallying on Capitol Hill today. They argued that the government should not have authority over their children. Chinese immigrant mother explaining what is at stake

XI VAN FEET: The indoctrination is not what we want. Our schools are not to be dominated by Marxist/Communist ideology.

EMANUEL : Several conservative lawmakers joined in the effort and promised to advocate for legislative options.

REP. VICKY HARTZLER (R-MO),: Our momentum is strong. What happened in Virginia was a warning sign of what is to come next year. We’re going to take back our country and we’re going to take back our schools for our kids.

EMANUEL – There is growing concern about the impact of the National School Boards Association (NSBA) on the Biden White House.

Last month, NSBA claimed that it had engaged actively with the White House Justice Department and Homeland Security. Read more about the letter that compared parents to domestic terrorists. The FBI was directed by the DOJ to investigate threats to school personnel and teachers less than one week later.

National School Boards Association (NSBA) urged Biden to pick his wife, the first lady of the United States, to be the leader of a special taskforce on equity and public cool in December.

The top Republicans in the House Judiciary today [Committee], Jim Jordan, and the Education and Labor Committee, Virginia Fox, sent a letter to Education Secretary Miguel Cardona demanding answers about the, quote, “heavy hand of federal law enforcement targeting concerned parents.” Bret.

BAIER: Mike. Thank you.

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