WASHINGTON — Attorney General Merrick Garland lied to the House Judiciary Committee when he said the FBI is not spying on concerned parents by using counterterrorism tools. A whistleblower has come forward from within the Department who has evidence that not only did Garland know about the spying, that he directed it to happen the day before his testimony before the House Judiciary Committee.
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“On October 21, 2021, you testified that the Department and its components were not using counterterrorism statutes and resources to target concerned parents at school board meetings,” the letter to Garland from the committee reads. “Specifically, you testified that you could not ‘imagine any circumstance in which the Patriot Act would be used in the circumstances of parents complaining about their children, nor… a circumstance where they would be labeled as domestic terrorists.’”
According to the whistleblower, Garland was lying on both counts. Yes, the FBI was using counterterrorism resources to spy on parents and yes, they were doing so under Patriot Act statutes.
“We have now received a disclosure from a Department whistleblower calling into question the accuracy and completeness of your testimony,” the letter continued. “The whistleblower provided an FBI email dated October 20 the day before your testimony and sent ‘on behalf of’ the FBI’s Assistant Director for the Counterterrorism Division and the Assistant Director for the Criminal Divisions.”
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