OMG Virginia Mom Says FBI, Helicopter And Unmarked Cars At School Board Meeting
Stacy Langton was one of the parents who attended the now controversial school board meetings in Fairfax Virginia after she says she found pornographic and pedophilic material in her son's classwork. Like any good mother, Langston acted. Like one of my readers said "if you're taking a wilderness hike, listen to the ranger's advice: DO NOT get between an animal and her offspring," and let's face it—Virginia schools are poking the bears.
Still, sending the FBI and a helicopter to the school board meetings? Langston says that's exactly what happened at the meeting Wednesday as she shared a photo on her Twitter account. She also noted unmaked vehicles and questioned if they intended to look into the people sending death threats to her family.
Went to @fcpsnews #schoolboardmeeting last night. Heavy #Fed presence. Unmarked fed vehicles, @DHSgov vehicles, even helicopter circling overhead with spotlight on Moms & Dads. All on the night #DOJ Merrick Garland testifies. A little over the top, no?@SebGorka @AsraNomani pic.twitter.com/aUh2QuhaT3
— Stacy Langton (@StacyLangton) October 22, 2021
"This is something that is incredible in America and it’s ridiculously un-American," said Mrs. Langton during an appearance on "Fox The NSBAX & Friends."
Langton specifically called out Garland during her interview appearance.
"I’m not getting a lot of sleep right now, nobody’s sleeping in my house because we can’t be sure that we’re safe. So, I understand Merrick Garland is actually testifying today at the Senate and he’s gonna talk about mobilizing the FBI against parents. Maybe he should mobilize the FBI into who’s threatening my family."
The National School Board (NSBA) sent a nasty letter to the White House asking for this military-style response after parents expressed concern over the forced Critical Race Theory curriculum. They tried to take it back and issued a retraction but it was too late
Attorney General, Merrick Garland jumped at the opportunity to investigate parents. He took the letter from NSBA as gospel and didn't bother investigating it. Worse he lied...
During the recent hearing, Garland told Ohio Rep Jim Jordan that the FBI would not attend school board meetings.
"No, FBI agents will not be attending local school board meetings and there’s nothing in this memo to suggest that," Garland responded.
I guess it's ok, as long as they didn't go inside? This all seems like intimidation to me and I can't help but notice that this is all happening right before Virginia's elections that are only 4 days away.