Three things: Critical race theory, Merrick Garland, and America’s Dying Citizens

1) The left was losing on the issue of critical race theory in schools. So they called in the FBI to do their dirty work. The New York Post reports:

This is a deeply politicized and dangerous escalation in the debate about critical race theory in public schools. For months, critical race theory proponents, including teachers’ unions, have struggled to respond to critics, and new survey data now show that strong majorities of all racial categories oppose CRT in public school. But as their standing in the polls has collapsed, the education establishment has turned to more heavy-handed tactics.

The purpose of mobilizing the FBI is not only to monitor dissent but to subdue it. The suggestion that parents might be engaging in “domestic terrorism” is designed to suppress speech and assembly and to justify the further federalization of education policy.

Read the full story here.

2) Merrick Garland is called ‘moderate’ but he’s acting like a Bolshivek. Thank goodness he was blocked from the Supreme Court. Roger Simon writes:

Our current attorney general has supervised what could easily be called close to a Soviet-style incarceration of the “supposed” insurrectionists (sans guns) of Jan. 6. It’s still ongoing nearly ten months later.

And has the public been able to view the readily-available videos of what actually transpired that day in the Capitol in their entirety or even in significant part to make up its mind on its own? A resounding “Nyet!”

Now Garland is going several steps further. The onetime civil liberties advocate is facing off directly with free speech and the First Amendment, directing the FBI to investigate putative threats by parents against school boards.

Read the full story here. 

3) The counter-revolution to the American revolution is on in full force. Mark Levin says:

“The counterrevolution to the American Revolution is in full force. And it can no longer be dismissed or ignored, for it is devouring our society and culture, swirling around our everyday lives and ubiquitous in our politics, schools, media, and entertainment. Once a mostly unrelatable fringe and subterranean movement, it is here — it is everywhere.”

Read the full transcript here.