Merrick Garland misled Congress — did he do it on purpose?

Merrick Garland misled Congress — did he do it on purpose?


An internal FBI email shows that Attorney General Merrick Garland was not truthful — or at least not accurate — when he insisted that the Justice Department is not using counterterrorist tools to combat parents who are unruly at school board meetings or who threaten school board members.

The email, signed by FBI Assistant Director for Counterterrorism Timothy Langan, says that the Counterterrorism Division and Criminal Division created a “threat tag” for FBI officials to use when monitoring potential threats against school board members, teachers, and other staffers. Bureau agents, wrote Langan, should also “attempt to identify” the motivation behind alleged threats and determine whether there are “federal violations that can be investigated and charged.”

“The purpose of the threat tag is

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