Jill Biden ludicrously claims Trump would ‘destroy’ public education if elected

First lady and fake “doctor” Jill Biden ludicrously claimed Saturday that former President Donald Trump will destroy the public education system if reelected to office.

Speaking at the United Federation of Teachers’ annual spring conference, she argued instead that her husband, President Joe Biden, is the one who’ll bless public education.

“I always believed that Joe would be the best education president,” she said, according to the New York Post.

Uh huh …

Trump, on the other hand, “wakes up every morning caring about one person — and one person only — himself,” she added.

“Donald Trump doesn’t want to strengthen our public education system — he wants to destroy it,” the first lady continued. “If Donald Trump is re-elected, we get chaos and division.”

“A world in which public schools are privatized and their funding is gutted, teachers unions are marginalized and lesson plans are censored and books are banned. In America, we don’t ban books,” she said.

Actually, leftists ban books just as much as those on the right, but for vastly different reasons. Whereas conservative book bans tend to target pornographic content, leftist book bans tend to target allegedly “offensive” content. Take what happened with “To Kill a Mockingbird.”

The Washington Post reported last year about how four “progressive” teachers in Washington State’s Mukilteo School District sought to ban it because they thought it to be offensive.

“[I]n Mukilteo, the progressive teachers who complained about the novel saw themselves as part of an urgent national reckoning with racism, a necessary reconsideration of what we value, teach and memorialize following the killing of George Floyd,” according to the Post.

Also, regarding the public education system, it’s Jill’s husband who’s grossly corrupted it by promoting policies that let boys compete against and use the same restrooms as girls.

Just last month, in fact, the Biden administration instituted a new rule blocking lower-level jurisdictions from banning “transgender” students from using their preferred restroom/locker room.

It’s also the Biden administration that colluded with teachers’ unions to keep kids out of school for months at a time during the COVID pandemic.

That said, it’s true though that Trump is interested in offering parents more charter/private school alternatives to public school, and for a valid reason: Public schools have been habitually underperforming, especially against charter schools.

“[A] new report from Stanford University’s Center for Research on Education Outcomes found that between 2015 and 2019, ‘the typical charter school student in our national sample had reading and math gains that outpaced their peers in the traditional public schools they otherwise would have attended,'” The Carolina Journal reported last year.

“Those gains amounted to an additional six days of learning in a year’s time in math and an additional 16 days of learning in reading. Importantly, the gains were more significant for minority students, students in poverty, and students learning English as a second language,” according to the Journal.

Under Biden meanwhile, there have been frequent attacks on charter schools. In his 2025 fiscal year budget request, for example, he proposed a huge cut to the nation’s federal charter school program.

All this said, Jill did have one point: There is a desire among SOME on the right to eliminate the public education system altogether.

Indeed, responding to her latest remarks, this group of SOME conservatives essentially celebrated.


Vivek Saxena


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