Attorney General ordered Justice Department and FBI to help protect school employees across the U.S.

On October 4, 2021 the US Department of Justice issued a press release titled, “Justice Department Addresses Violent Threats Against School Officials and Teachers.” This was in response to a September 29, 2021 Memorandum from the National School Boards Association. In that letter the NSBA stated that individuals attending school board meetings are threatening boards members, administration and teachers.

As these acts of malice, violence, and threats against public school officials have increased, the classification of these heinous actions could be the equivalent to a form of domestic terrorism and hate crimes.

READ NSBA Letter for Assistance

Pastor Dale Witherington, Chief Steward of Restore Minnesota Responds

Dear RestoreMN leaders and Friends of RestoreMN:

Please read the ATTACHED LETTER. I sent it today to the US Attorney General in light of his now very public memo about creating a federal-level task force to take on the “domestic terrorists” who are in need of prosecution for harassing, intimidating and threatening school board members, educators and administrators. Included in the letter are the following 5 points:

  1. We will continue to advocate peacefully for parental rights in school choice.
  2. We will continue to advocate peacefully for the rights of community members to speak up at their school board meetings.
  3. We will not tolerate or excuse members of our communities from making threats of violence against members of school boards, school districts, teachers or teacher’s aides.
  4. We will promote with great enthusiasm the movement among parents to remove their children from government-run indoctrination centers, more commonly referred to as the public school system, and assist them where possible to place their children in well-run private, charter, church-based, faith-based and home schools so they can focus more on education and less on government propaganda.
  5. We will work diligently to vote out of office school board members, city council members, county commissioners, and all other state and federal officials who continue to violate parental trust in a so-called education system that seems to exist to destroy our children, families and our nation.

READ PASTOR WITHERINGTON’S LETTER HERE

8 Responses

  1. Thank you for writing this, Dale!!! May his heart be turned away from the goal he has to divide our nation more.

  2. Thank You for standing up for our rights as Americans who have every right to peacefully pursue redress of public policy in our schools.

  3. Methinks the parents who are showing up in droves at school board meetings to loudly object to what their children are being taught should double down in their efforts. Make the alphabet agencies spread themselves out really, really thin. The fact that the “educators” are turning to such tyrannical measures is proof that they are losing control and they know it. All my kids are grown up, but will the school boards allow me to attend their public meetings any way? Maybe I’ll just have to show up and find out.

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