FBI whistleblower documents now prove Attorney General Merrick Garland was lying when he claimed under oath that he could not “imagine any circumstance” in which would parents be treated as “domestic terrorists.”
Rep. Greg Murphy, R-N.C., accused Garland of “perjuring” himself after the whistleblower released documents showing the agency was reportedly instructed to use counter-terrorism tactics against angry parents.
“This brings that really to a point that Attorney General Garland basically perjured himself in front of Congress and should really face the consequences before this,” Murphy said. “The mama bears woke up and saw what was being done to their children, and that is not wrong for [parents] to speak out.”
An internal email surfaced Tuesday showing the FBI allegedly made a “threat tag” for disgruntled parents to monitor alleged threats targeting school boards.
According to the email, the threat tag “EDUOFFICIALS” was reportedly created to track these, despite Garland testifying he could not “imagine any circumstance” where parents were being treated or labeled as “domestic terrorists.”
The email, dating back to Oct. 20, was sent just weeks