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DISCLOSURE: FOIA Requests Reveal NSBA 'Actively Engaged' with WH Before 'Domestic Terrorism' Letter to Biden

New FOIA Requests Reveal NSBA 'Actively Engaged' With WH Before 'Domestic Terrorism' Letter to Biden - 
Source: Michael Reynolds/Pool via AP

Source: Townhall

Published: November 11, 2021

By: Leah Barkoukis

The National School Boards Association “actively engaged” with the White House and other federal departments prior to sending its controversial letter to President Biden, new Freedom of Information Act requests by Parents Defending Education reveal

An Oct. 12 memo details the timeline leading up to the letter that requested federal assistance to deal with parental threats against school boards, which the group argued “could be the equivalent to a form of domestic terrorism.”

NSBA president Viola Garcia said the organization “has been actively engaged with the White House, Department of Justice, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Education, Surgeon General, and other federal agencies” prior to the Sept. 29 letter.

That letter prompted Attorney General Merrick Garland to mobilize the FBI to work with federal, state and local law enforcement agencies to target parents engaging in what it claimed is “threatening conduct.” 

Garcia also writes that on Sept. 14, the same day a meeting with the NSBA’s Organization of State Association Executive Directors took place, there was a meeting at the White House as well and informed them that “NSBA was preparing to send a letter to the President.”

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