AG Merrick Garland
U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland testified before the House Judiciary Committee on Thursday about the Department of Justice’s mission and policies.
Garland defends the memorandum he issued and threatens parents who express themselves that CRT is being taught in schools and naming them as domestic terrorists.
But Garland can not care less about details of teenage girls being sexually assaulted at school by a man wearing a skirt.
AG Garland said he was not aware of the sexual assault scandal in Loudoun County.
Two teenage girls were raped by a boy with a skirt in the girl’s bathroom and Garland does not care.
“It sounds like a state case, and I’m not familiar with it … I do not know the facts of this case,” Garland said when questioned by Congressman Chip Roy (R-TX).
Merrick Garland focuses only on demonizing parents who dare to speak out against CRT because his son-in-law earns millions from selling Marxist literature across the country.
Garland’s son-in-law’s business, Panorama, offers its CRT-related platform to more than 1,500 school districts, 23,000 schools and 13 million students. No wonder he wanted to stop parents from criticizing CRT in American schools.
During the same trial, Garland said he was familiar with so-called ‘threats’ against schools because he had read about them in the newspapers.
But when it comes to raping a teenage girl, Garland does not care.
Rep. @chiproytx AG Garland presses on sexual assault scandal in Loudoun County.
GARLAND: “It sounds like a state case, and I’m not familiar with it … I do not know the facts of this case.” pic.twitter.com/VGmDPIrRf7
– Townhall.com (@townhallcom) 21 October 2021
According to Daily Wire investigator Luke Rosiak, the FBI called Loudoun to inquire about the incident hours after it appeared on the shipping logs as a call for backup to deal with an “upset parent”.
“When it was heard that it was actually a sexual assault, it said it was not interested,” he said.
The FBI called Loudoun to inquire about the incident a few hours after it appeared on the shipping logs, as a call for backup to deal with an ‘upset parent’.
When it found out it was actually a sexual assault, it said it was not interested. https://t.co/QSacd89WX9
– Luke Rosiak (@lukerosiak) 21 October 2021