At a school board meeting last fall, a mother approached the podium to complain to school board members about the longtime COVID-19 closer at her children’s elementary school.
School officials had shuttered the school for 40 consecutive days, frustrating and angering parents in the district.
The mom told the board, “We are coming for you,” which she later said was intended not as a threat, but to warn school board members they would be kicked off by voters in the next election.
Then the FBI called her.
“The mom was terrified to be contacted by the FBI,” Tiffany Justice, founder of Moms for Liberty, a parental rights group that is representing the mom, told The Washington Times.
“I think this is an effort to silence and vilify parents,” Ms. Justice said.
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