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Ohio and Missouri Terminate Membership with National School Boards Association After Letter Labels Parents “Domestic Terrorists”


Both the Ohio and Missouri state school board associations announced that they are withdrawing from the National School Boards Association, after the organization sent a letter to the Biden Administration that labeled parents “domestic terrorists.”

Both states cited the letter from the NSBA directly as the reason for their withdrawal. 

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Attorney General Merrick Garland had previously established a task force betwen the FBI and DOJ in order to investigate these alleged “terrorist threats” from concerned parents who have been protesting at school board meetings across the country.

The NSBA did apologize for the letter last week, after disastrous testimony from AG Garland before Congress.

The desperate attempt by the NSBA to save face by apologizing doesn’t appear to be working, as Ohio and Missouri have joined both Louisiana and Pennsylvania in withdrawing from the organization. 

Alabama, Florida, and Kentucky are also said to be reassessing their own memberships with the NSBA.



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