On Probing Parents, AG Garland Can’t Cite a Single Example of a ‘Threat of Violence’ Beyond ‘News Reports’

‘I said the impetus for my memorandum was that letter and also reports of this kind of activity’

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GARLAND: “Senator, I -- to the best of my recollection, I said that the impetus for the letter -- for my memorandum was that letter and also reports of -- of this kind of activity."
LEE: “What reports?"
GARLAND: “I said, again, at the time, that they were news reports that had been published. And I think some of the other senators here have described some of those news reports. And we've certainly seen subsequently more news reports and more statements by board members of threats to kill them."

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