After numerous school boards around America became the targets for parents as they debated the controversial COVID-19 vaccine, Attorney General Merrick Garland thought it would be a great idea to announce the FBI would be investigating the matter. With parents already concerned about the government’s overreach in schools by forcing COVID-19 restrictions and teaching CRT, Senator Rand Paul from Kentucky recently blasted the Biden administration and told citizens to “be afraid of your government.”


Talking to Fox News, Sen. Paul said, “Moms at school boards are being told that they’re criminals, potential domestic terrorists, for the crime of dissent, and I think criminalizing dissent is something that we should all be appalled with.”

When questioned about whether parents should be concerned about saying the wrong thing in school board meetings, Paul answered, “I would say be afraid. Be afraid of your government. That’s a sad thing from someone in the government to say, but the thing is, is those lists already exist. I think the problem is, it’s become so normalized to use government to search out and seek out your opponents.”


Seeing what Garland’s plan is, Paul added, “If you go to a school board meeting and you’re disruptive and you don’t obey the rules of the school board meeting, then there will be local punishment. But that has nothing to do with the federal law, it has nothing to do with the Department of Justice. What Merrick Garland did is, he’s attempting to stifle dissent, and he’s attempting to say, ‘Beware, or Big Brother’s coming after you if you speak out against my policies or against the Biden policies.’”