AG Merrick Garland’s son’s company, Panorama, provides its CRT-related platform to over 1,500 school districts, 23,000 schools, and 13 million students. No wonder he wanted to stop parents from criticizing CRT being pushed in US schools.
Last Monday US Attorney General Merrick Garland ordered his FBI to mobilize against parents who oppose the racist critical race theory (CRT) at school and other local board meetings across the country.
Then Wednesday we revealed the fact that AG Garland’s son-in-law runs a company that sells CRT literature across the country. This is big business and very profitable. His company is named Panorama.
Then we found out Panorama material is being used in the Clayton, Missouri School District in St. Louis County.
Then we found that the large county next to Washington DC, Fairfax County in Virginia is paying millions for Panorama material used to poison the minds of children there as well.
Panorama is used in Texas and Georgia too.
Per a review of the company’s discussion about its platform, Panorama brags about:
CEO and co-founder Aaron Feuer did say the company now serves 13 million students in 23,000 schools across the United States, which means that 25% of American students are enrolled in a district served by Panorama today.
Over 50 of the largest 100 school districts and state agencies in the country use its platform. In total, more than 1,500 school districts are among its customers. Clients include the New York City Department of Education, Clark County School District in Nevada, Dallas ISD in Texas and the Hawaii Department of Education, among others.”
No wonder Garland is concerned about parents speaking out about CRT, his family is making a fortune on it. This is a blatant and arguably criminal conflict of interest from the head of Obama/Biden’s DOJ.
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Author: Joe Hoft