Attorney General Garland’s Family Likely Making Millions From CRT

Attorney General Garland's Family Likely Making Millions From CRT

( – Americans often trust our nation’s top officials to be honorable and free from any potential conflict of interest while serving in office. However, this often turns out not to be the case. A new connection, first uncovered by Fox News, shows that Attorney General Merrick Garland’s family could be making their fortune off of pushing Critical Race Theory (CRT) in schools.

Garland’s son-in-law Xan Tanner runs Panorama Education, a survey and software company that provides surveys, data analysis, and hands-on support to over 13 million students across the nation. The company highlights its focus on improving “the racial and cultural climate” and supporting districts’ “vision for equity.”

House Representative Jim Banks (R-IN) shared a piece from Panorama’s website after making the connection to the Garland family:

This connection came soon after Garland wrote a memo on Monday, October 4. In it, he told parents across the nation he’d use the power of the FBI to address “violent threats against school officials and teachers” coming from parents concerned about their school’s masking policies and stance on CRT. Now, Americans see their nation’s school districts funneling millions of dollars to Tanner’s company, a promoter of CRT, directly benefiting the Garland family.

As Garland is supposed to be in charge of justice and fairness in this nation, many lawmakers are calling on him to address this clear conflict of interest and step back from the situation.

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