Garland’s Conflict of Interest in the DOJ Intimidation of Parents

Attorney General Merrick Garland makes an announcement at the ATF in Washington, D.C., July 22, 2021. (Jim Lo Scalzo/Pool via Reuters)
The potential problem underscores how little thought went into the offensive memo issued in the AG’s name.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE A s our Brittany Bernstein reported last week, parent groups are alleging that Attorney General Merrick Garland is laboring under a family financial conflict of interest as he directs the FBI to investigate people — mainly parents — who are protesting against the use of public schools to indoctrinate children in critical race theory and other far-left dogma. A week ago, I wrote about Garland’s memo laying out this initiative.

The potential conflict stems from the fact that Garland’s son-in-law, Alexander “Xan” Tanner, the co-founder and president of an outfit called Panorama Education, has a very lucrative gig pushing some of the

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