13 states are suing Joe Biden. Thirteen states have joined a Freedom of Information Act call asking the FBI to review the tutors who evaluate the education board’s options during Joe Biden’s organization.
A senior Indiana Attorney General, Todd Rokita, who was already a member of Congress, has begun leading the pack in a documented lawsuit against President Biden, Attorney General Merrick Garland and Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona, accusing government agencies of failing to comply have met the requirements of the Freedom of Information Act.
Indiana’s Attorney General had previously sought all contacts and data related to the FBI’s decision to investigate malicious threats against neighborhood school boards. The request was rejected.”All we need is current realities,” Rokita said at a meeting with Fox News Digital.
In order not to be held accountable, the Biden organization has gone to great lengths to hide and restrict their connection. What exactly would they say they cover? For what reason would they confirm or deny that they will confess anything?
“The people of Indiana, as well as the rest of the nation, need to be aware of this. Indiana, Arkansas, Arizona, Georgia, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Missouri, Montana, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Texas, and Utah are among the states that have documented claims to the situation.
Via email Cardona, originally distributed by Fox News Digital, cited the National School Boards Association’s (NSBA) sweeping decision letter to Biden, which compared feisty gatekeepers to local drug dealer fearmongers and the use of the Patriot Act against them was encouraged.
The Department of Education has denied Cardona’s mention of the letter, and the National School Boards Association (NSBA) has apologized for including language in the underlying letter that contrasts agitated wardens with local fearmongers.
Wreath sent out a reminder asking the FBI to meet on the neighborhood school specialists’ side shortly after the National Association of School Boards drafted its letter to Biden. As Garland testified before a Senate session in October, the phrase “native fearmonger” was used inappropriately. January 29, 2021, was denied and withdrawn due to the appeal.
“As stated in the NSBA letter to President Biden, the increasing manifestations of malevolence, cruelty, and danger towards educators in state-funded schools can be characterized as manifestations of local illegal intimidation and contempt for the crime.
41 Official Republicans called for Cardona’s resignation after the surprise letter dated NSBA.Rep.Lisa McClain, R-Mich., stayed in touch with Biden and mentioned that she was “done quickly” with Cardona over the “currently famous letter.” ‘In a majority government, solidarity is slippery,'” the letter continued. “Follow the Harmony Road,” he said.