Rep. Jim Jordan Fights Against the FBI’s War on Parents

Sara welcomes Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan to discuss his demand for answers into the FBI investigating parents as domestic terrorists due to their heated encounters with school boards across the country. Jordan is also furious at the FBI for its shocking raid of Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe. Sara and Rep. Jordan also react to the acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse and the emerging evidence that the alleged Trump-Russia collusion was nothing more than political fiction.

Sara also shares her experience covering the Rittenhouse verdict in Kenosha, has some choice words on the Cuomo scandals report, and explains how George Soros is directly connected to the soaring crime rates in many American cities.

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The FBI is using its counterterrorism to investigate any potential “threats” towards school officials, according to documents recently released by a whistleblower.A group of House Judiciary Committee Republicans led by Jim Jordan (R-OH) released an email sent on behalf of the FBI’s counterterrorism and criminal divisions detailing how the FBI is using counterterrorism tools against potential threats to school officials.

“We share an obligation to ensure all individuals are able to do their jobs without threats of violence or fear for their safety. This can only be accomplished with effective coordination and engagement with our law enforcement partners and the United States Attorney offices,” the email says, which was obtained by a whistleblower.
“As a result, the Counterterrorism and Criminal Divisions created a threat tag, EDUOFFICIALS, to track instances of related threats. We ask that your offices apply the threat tag to investigations and assessments of threats specifically directed against school board administrators, board members, teachers, and staff,” the email continues. “The purpose of the threat tag is to help scope this threat on a national level and provide an opportunity for comprehensive analysis of the threat picture for effective engagement with law enforcement partners at all levels.”

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The email told agents to identify a “federal nexus” in each case and any “potential federal violations that can be investigated and charged.” The email also told agents to identify any “motive behind the criminal activity.”
“We appreciate your attention to this matter and welcome any engagement to identify trends, strategies, and best practices to accomplish discouraging, identifying, and prosecuting those who use violence, threats of violence, and other forms of intimidation and harassment pertaining to this threat,” the email concludes.

FROM THE WHISTLEBLOWER: pic.twitter.com/4IfJRPVKMk
— House Judiciary GOP (@JudiciaryGOP) November 16, 2021

 
In response to the whistleblower’s email, Rep. Jordan sent a letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland, writing that the whistleblower email “provides specific evidence” that the FBI employed counterterrorism tools “against concerned parents.”
The FBI responded to the leaked email in a statement to the Wall Street Journal, denying that it has targeted parents but confirming the legitimacy of the email.
“The FBI has never been in the business of investigating parents who speak out or policing speech at school board meetings, and we are not going to start now,” the agency said. “The creation of a threat tag in no way changes the long-standing requirements for opening an investigation, nor does it represent a shift in how the FBI prioritizes threats.”

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The FBI is using its counterterrorism to investigate any potential “threats” towards school officials, according to documents recently released by a whistleblower.A group of House Judiciary Committee Republicans led by Jim Jordan (R-OH) released an email sent on behalf of the FBI’s counterterrorism and criminal divisions detailing how the FBI is using counterterrorism tools against potential threats to school officials.

“We share an obligation to ensure all individuals are able to do their jobs without threats of violence or fear for their safety. This can only be accomplished with effective coordination and engagement with our law enforcement partners and the United States Attorney offices,” the email says, which was obtained by a whistleblower.
“As a result, the Counterterrorism and Criminal Divisions created a threat tag, EDUOFFICIALS, to track instances of related threats. We ask that your offices apply the threat tag to investigations and assessments of threats specifically directed against school board administrators, board members, teachers, and staff,” the email continues. “The purpose of the threat tag is to help scope this threat on a national level and provide an opportunity for comprehensive analysis of the threat picture for effective engagement with law enforcement partners at all levels.”

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The email told agents to identify a “federal nexus” in each case and any “potential federal violations that can be investigated and charged.” The email also told agents to identify any “motive behind the criminal activity.”
“We appreciate your attention to this matter and welcome any engagement to identify trends, strategies, and best practices to accomplish discouraging, identifying, and prosecuting those who use violence, threats of violence, and other forms of intimidation and harassment pertaining to this threat,” the email concludes.

FROM THE WHISTLEBLOWER: pic.twitter.com/4IfJRPVKMk
— House Judiciary GOP (@JudiciaryGOP) November 16, 2021

 
In response to the whistleblower’s email, Rep. Jordan sent a letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland, writing that the whistleblower email “provides specific evidence” that the FBI employed counterterrorism tools “against concerned parents.”
The FBI responded to the leaked email in a statement to the Wall Street Journal, denying that it has targeted parents but confirming the legitimacy of the email.
“The FBI has never been in the business of investigating parents who speak out or policing speech at school board meetings, and we are not going to start now,” the agency said. “The creation of a threat tag in no way changes the long-standing requirements for opening an investigation, nor does it represent a shift in how the FBI prioritizes threats.”

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This week House Judiciary Committee Republicans revealed the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) “has created a system to track threats against school board officials and administrators” reports National Review.

The Republicans cite an internal FBI email provided to them by a whistleblower. The members accused Attorney General Merrick Garland of misleading lawmakers during his testimony before the committee when he was asked about the subject.
The email was signed by Counterterrorism Division assistant director Timothy Langan and former Criminal Division assistant director Calvin Shivers. In summary, the FBI used counterterrorism measures, as well as its division, to spy on American families and parents.
In a statement to the Wall Street Journal, the FBI denied it targeted parents:
“The FBI has never been in the business of investigating parents who speak out or policing speech at school board meetings, and we are not going to start now…The creation of a threat tag in no way changes the long-standing requirements for opening an investigation, nor does it represent a shift in how the FBI prioritizes threats.”

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Republican Representative Jim Jordan of Ohio, the ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee, wrote a letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland explaining that the email from the whistleblower “provides specific evidence” that federal law enforcement employed counterterrorism tools “against concerned parents.”
“At best, if we assume that you were ignorant of the FBI’s actions in response to your October 4 memorandum at the time of your testimony, this new evidence suggests that your testimony…was incomplete and requires additional explanation,” Jordan wrote in the letter.
“If however, you were aware of the FBI’s actions at the time of your testimony, this evidence showed that you willfully misled the Committee about the nature and extent of the Department’s use of counterterrorism tools to target concerned parents at school board meetings,” the letter continued.
Nicole Neily, the president and founder of nonprofit Parents Defending Education, said the whistleblower documents “prove” that the FBI used “counterterrorism tools to investigate concerned parents” who participated in school board meetings.

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This week House Judiciary Committee Republicans revealed the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) “has created a system to track threats against school board officials and administrators” reports National Review.

The Republicans cite an internal FBI email provided to them by a whistleblower. The members accused Attorney General Merrick Garland of misleading lawmakers during his testimony before the committee when he was asked about the subject.
The email was signed by Counterterrorism Division assistant director Timothy Langan and former Criminal Division assistant director Calvin Shivers. In summary, the FBI used counterterrorism measures, as well as its division, to spy on American families and parents.
In a statement to the Wall Street Journal, the FBI denied it targeted parents:
“The FBI has never been in the business of investigating parents who speak out or policing speech at school board meetings, and we are not going to start now…The creation of a threat tag in no way changes the long-standing requirements for opening an investigation, nor does it represent a shift in how the FBI prioritizes threats.”

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Republican Representative Jim Jordan of Ohio, the ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee, wrote a letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland explaining that the email from the whistleblower “provides specific evidence” that federal law enforcement employed counterterrorism tools “against concerned parents.”
“At best, if we assume that you were ignorant of the FBI’s actions in response to your October 4 memorandum at the time of your testimony, this new evidence suggests that your testimony…was incomplete and requires additional explanation,” Jordan wrote in the letter.
“If however, you were aware of the FBI’s actions at the time of your testimony, this evidence showed that you willfully misled the Committee about the nature and extent of the Department’s use of counterterrorism tools to target concerned parents at school board meetings,” the letter continued.
Nicole Neily, the president and founder of nonprofit Parents Defending Education, said the whistleblower documents “prove” that the FBI used “counterterrorism tools to investigate concerned parents” who participated in school board meetings.

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