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Professor Giordano: Since When Does National School Boards Association Define ‘Domestic Terrorism’?

The Justice Department’s “National Strategy for Countering Domestic Terrorism” laid out by U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland in June as well as the recent memo aimed at parents at school board meetings are both intended to “intimidate” and “silence” concerned parents, according to Nicholas Giordano, a professor of political science and host of The P.A.S. Report, as he pleaded with parents to be “courageous” and “speak out” before “it’ll be too late,” while blasting the notion that the National School Board Association (NSBA) can now define “domestic terrorism.”

On Sunday, Giordano joined Steve Malzberg on his Eat the Press weekly commentary show to discuss the Biden administration’s use of the Department of Justice (DOJ) to target political opponents.

“[T]he DOJ memo is an extension of this [National Strategy for Countering Domestic Terrorism], where they’re using it to target any and all political opponents, it’s clear,” he began, noting that its “fourth pillar” talks about “implementing CRT in the classroom, diversity, equity and inclusion programs in the classroom.”

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