U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland should spend more focus on street crimes facing everyday Americans rather than going after parents upset about what their children are being taught at school or unruly airline passengers, former acting U.S. Attorney General Matthew Whitaker, tells Newsmax.
“Garland appears to be as detached from reality as his boss, Joe Biden, is,” Whitaker said Thursday on “Stinchfield.”
Whitaker pointed to the memo released in early October in which Garland instructed the FBI to aid local officials with threats against school officials. The memo was the result of a letter sent to President Joe Biden in September from the National School Boards Association using the term “domestic terrorism” in connection with parents upset at their children being forced to wear masks, taught critical race threory or forced to use bathrooms with transgender students.
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