Archive for the ‘Accountability’ Category

The first sign that the Hunter Biden scandal was turning into the Hunter Biden-Joe Biden scandal happened when the Biden campaign shifted its story from saying that Joe Biden didn’t meet with Vadym Pozharskyi to saying that Vice President Biden might’ve met informally with Mr. Pozharskyi. At the time, Mr. Pozharskyi was a member of the board at Burisma. After that, the next big bombshell to drop was official verification that the emails were real. This happened when FNC’s Mike Emanuel contacted one of the people on the email chain. This is Emanuel’s report:

This won’t help Biden:


Hunter Biden’s attorney called the computer repair shop right before the first NYPost story ran and the chain was verified by one of the people cc’ed on the chain. That’s what’s called corroboration. This adds another item for Biden to explain away:

This was on top of a May 2014 email from Burisma advisor Vadym Pozharskyi that asked for Hunter Biden’s help in stopping “politically motivated actions.” “We urgently need your advice on how you could use your influence to convey a message / signal, etc. to stop what we consider to be politically motivated actions,” it read according to Fox.

An email also asked for “influential current and/or former US [sic] policy-makers to Ukraine” to help PR and stop any investigation against the head of Burisma. Another thanked Hunter for the introduction to his father and said it was a “great pleasure.”

Despite all this information becoming public, Joe Biden angrily insists that this is nothing more than a smear campaign. Despite the fact that people on the cc list have verified the authenticity of the e-mail chain, Joe Biden continues to lie. Despite this verification, Twitter still insists that it’s hacked information. Twitter still has the NYPost’s Twitter account locked. It’s sounding more and more like Joe Biden and other Democrats are just old-fashioned Soviet oligarchs.

It isn’t difficult to figure out that Tina Smith is a place-holder senator in DC. She’s there to be a reliable vote for Sen. Schumer. Expecting her to show any leadership skills is a waste of time. She’ll vote no to confirm Judge Amy Coney-Barrett to a spot on the Supreme Court, just like faux centrist Amy Klobuchar.

Wouldn’t it be fun having a leader in the Senate instead of these do-nothings? Jason Lewis is that leader. He’s ready to go to Washington, DC to hold the powerful accountable. For instance, Jason Lewis just said that he’d hold Big Tech accountable:

Republican Senate candidate Jason Lewis called out Big Tech’s censorship after Twitter and Facebook suppressed a story about Hunter Biden. Twitter blocked users from sharing a New York Post story Wednesday that contained alleged emails from Hunter Biden. Twitter did so under the guise of the story being “potentially harmful,” and Facebook took similar actions the same day.

After the news broke, former Congressman Lewis renewed his commitment to take on Big Tech if elected. “With the latest abuse of monopoly power, it’s long past due to end the censorship of Big Tech. They are, in the middle of a crucial election, making what amounts to a series of campaign donations to liberal Democrats. And the only reason they’re able to get by with it is the Sec. 230 carveout they got in the ’96 [Communications Decency] Act, not available to other editors and publishers. That ends when I get to the Senate,” Lewis told Alpha News.

I wrote here that the Biden scandal has now been verified. Twitter still won’t let the story be shared. Twitter still has the Twitter account of the NYPost locked. Twitter won’t unlock the NYPost’s account until they delete the tweet with the Biden Scandal url. That’s old-fashioned Soviet-style censorship. That’s the type of thing that the Chinese Communist Party still does.

Tina Smith was bought by Big Tech:

U.S. Senate candidate Jason Lewis released the following statement calling on Senator Tina Smith to return the campaign contributions she has received from big tech monopolies in the wake of latest censorship attempts:

Big tech and the mainstream news media are no longer fair and honest arbiters, but instead are acting as partisan activists bordering on election interference. Especially so when big tech platforms that are supposedly pledged to neutrality censor published stories revealing corruption involving their preferred Presidential candidate, Joe Biden.

“Senator Tina Smith has taken more than $14,000 dollars from big tech monopolies since getting to the Senate—including $5,000 dollars from Facebook—which I call upon her to return immediately. Her failure to do so would merely be the latest indication of how compromised she’s become in Washington, whether the donors are from Silicon Valley or from multinationals outsourcing American jobs to China.

Expecting Tina Smith to stand up against Big Tech’s censorship of political speech is foolish. She’s spineless on that front. She’s a special interest magnet.

I started my political night watching Joe Biden answer softball questions from George Stephanopoulos. After hearing 5 Biden lies in the first 3+ minutes, though, I had to bail. Joe Biden is insufferable. I was DVRing both candidates’ townhalls so I switched in the hopes of seeing a more entertaining debate.

Unfortunatel, I was treated to Savannah Guthrie interrogating questioning President Trump for the first 16 minutes of the NBC townhall. The bad news is that Ms. Guthrie had little respect for President Trump. The good news is that President Trump handled Guthrie’s hostility with magnanimity … to a point. One thing that President Trump was asked was to condemn white supremacy to 8,475th time. He condemned it in strong, unambiguous terms, then added that Joe Biden should be asked to condemn Antifa, Black Lives Matter and other Democrat hate organizations.

President Trump didn’t raise his voice. He wasn’t argumentative but it sent a clear message. Shortly thereafter, Ms. Guthrie started soliciting questions from the audience. Last night’s ‘townhalls’ weren’t legitimate townhalls. Biden’s event was like a Guthy-Renker infomercial. President Trump’s event was more like an interrogation. That’s fine. Trump’s a big boy. He handled things just fine:

This is disgusting:

One of the questioners at the ABC-hosted event was Nathan Osburn, a former speechwriter for the Obama White House. Osburn specifically worked for the Office of Public Affairs at the Commerce Department under the Obama-Biden administration and at the Small Business Administration.

Here’s a softball, Joe. Hit it out of the park. Sheesh. You’d think that these activists/DNC operatives would learn that they don’t get away with this. The Democrats’ heavyhanded tactics will cost Democrats this election. When the dust settles, the MSM will have helped Republicans strip Pelosi of her speaker’s gavel. Republicans will enlarge their Senate majority and give President Trump another 4 years in office.

The people have had enough. The backlash is building. The Democrats’ tactics will have failed. Democrats have ignored Main Street. Democrats are now the Party of Silicon Valley and Wall Street, the Party of Antifa and BLM.

It’s time to expose the Democrats’ Supreme Court agenda and its ramifications. First, it’s time to stop calling it “packing the Supreme Court.” That’s too vague. It’s better to call it expanding and politicizing the Supreme Court. Madison, Jefferson and Hamilton established an independent judiciary that was a check on the 2 political (Executive and Legislative) branches that was free of partisanship.

The importance of checks and balances can’t be overemphasized. Without checks and balances, the potential for mob rule increases exponentially. The ability to ram through ill-advised, counterproductive legislation becomes relatively easy. Mob rule, supported by a partisan judiciary significantly increases the likelihood of trampling people’s civil rights. Democrats have said that they’d confiscate law-abiding citizens’ AR-15s and AK-47s. This summer, Democrat city councils in Los Angeles, Portland, Seattle and NYC have voted to cut their cities’ police department budgets. Minneapolis voted to dismantle the Minneapolis Police Department, though that isn’t likely to happen anymore.

Gun-grabbing Democrats, from U.S. Senate candidate Mark Kelly to megabillionaire Democrat presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg, push bills that would gut the Second Amendment. Couple that with installing partisan justices on the SCOTUS and major cuts in police funding and you’ve got a recipe for chaotic, out-of-control societies.

Another major downside to expanding the Supreme Court with partisan activists is that Democrats wouldn’t need to win major legislative victories. Democrats could just pass minor bills. Then Democrats could have one of their activists file a lawsuit and have the Supreme Court make the policy changes it couldn’t win through the legislative process.

Joe Biden stepped in it during this Q & A:

LOCAL REPORTER: But don’t the voters deserve to know…interrupted
BIDEN: No, they don’t des…I’m not going to play his game.

Let’s just be blunt. Vice President Biden doesn’t have the temperament to be commander-in-chief. Also, he isn’t smart enough. He’s actually had an over-sized ego. He’s had over-sized positions that he isn’t qualified for.

The Democrats’ SCOTUS agenda would essentially gut the Constitution by eliminating the non-political branch of government, then replacing it with an unelected activist branch of government. If that sounds like a wise system of government, move to Cuba or Venezuela.

Monday night on Sean Hannity’s program, former Bush White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer gave President Trump the best advice I’ve heard yet for tonight’s debate. Fleischer said “most important thing to me, Sean, is ‘smoke him out. That’s Donald Trump’s job. Force Joe Biden to state his positions on these great controversies where Joe Biden doesn’t want to take a stand — packing the Supreme Court, abolishing the Electoral College, how far left is he?”

My advice to President Trump is to simply tell people how he’s improved their lives. The fastest path to that is by asking whether minorities are better off now that President Trump signed the First Step Act. Ask people if the Trump/GOP tax cuts left them with more money for vacations, saving for retirement or their kids’ educations, or whether it helped them expand their small businesses. Then remind them that House and Senate Democrats voted unanimously against the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Then remind people that Joe Biden said he wants to totally repeal the Trump tax cuts:

That’s Biden’s own words. Force him to own those words. Next, force Biden to own this statement:

At that point, President Trump should ask Biden if he’ll ‘stand with AOC or if he’ll stand with blue collar workers in Ohio and Pennsylvania. If Biden says that this is a distraction from Trump’s handling of COVID, President Trump should say that it isn’t a distraction to hundreds of thousands of blue collar workers in Ohio and Pennsylvania. To them, it’s a matter of life-and-death.

Biden’s Democrat Party is actually 2 parties. One part of the party identifies with blue collar workers. The other part of the party is socialists. They fit together like oil and water.

Joe Biden and Kamala Harris apparently don’t think they need to campaign in front of real people or take real reporters’ questions. Today, Kamala Harris’s dismissive attitude showed itself when she delivered a blistering speech, then didn’t take questions from local North Carolina reporters.

Democratic vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris faced renewed scrutiny for her lack of press availability on Monday after she abruptly exited the stage after a speech in North Carolina in which she criticized President Trump’s bid to fill a Supreme Court seat before the election.

Harris did not take any questions from the media after her speech at Shaw University, one of North Carolina’s historically black colleges and universities. The event was closed to the general public and attended only by news reporters, according to the Fayetteville Observer.

This fits into Sen. Harris’s bio that she’s got a glass jaw. She looked powerful when she attacked Joe Biden:

She was essentially knocked out of the race by Tulsi Gabbard:

Vice President Biden, in addition to not taking hard-hitting questions from local reporters, is a serial plagiarist. Everyone knows that he plagiarized Neil Kinnock, the British Labour Party MP. How many people know that Mr. Biden also plagiarized a Bobby Kennedy speech? This video shows that Mr. Biden also plagiarized JFK and Hubert Humphrey:

Joe Biden says that he’s running to restore the soul of America:

Question: can someone who won’t regularly take questions from the press be trusted to be president? Can someone who is a serial plagiarist be president? I hope not. Sen. Harris hasn’t answered reporters’ questions since being picked to be Joe Biden’s running mate. Why are Biden and Harris afraid to stand before the American people and take their questions? Donald Trump isn’t afraid to answer hostile questions.

Liar, Liar…
By Ramblin’ Rose

A children’s ditty begins with “Liar, liar, pants on fire…” Its origin dates to 1945 or 1841, depending on the sources. One version continues with “Nose as long as a telephone wire.” Hmmm, is that the nose of the Pinocchios awarded by the Washington Post Fact Checker?

And even that leftist resource has awarded this dubious honor to Biden comments…a real surprise.
A Biden tweet on September 9, 2020 was “You deserve a president who tells you the truth.” Yes, we do! But it is not Joe Biden!

The public recognizes that Biden has a long history of lying. Recent online headlines have sought to quantify them…the top 10 Biden lies / Biden’s 8 biggest lies. Frankly, I don’t think the exact number is known. How many are hidden in the historic files stored at the University of Delaware at the cost of $120 million annually through an appropriation in the state budget—taxpayer funding? Tara Reade? How many more? Where to start? Probably at the beginning of the decades-long political career of Joe Biden, or before.

In a current campaign ad, Biden lauds the full scholarship, honors, class rankings and the multiple degrees he earned in law school as he demeans a political reporter in 1987 as being inferior to him. The ad continues to explain the multiple falsehoods in just that one exchange. Biden did have a full scholarship, only a partial one. He was not named as “the outstanding student.” Nor did he finish at the top of his class—closer to the bottom would be more accurate, exactly 76 of 85. He earned one degree, not three. He also admitted to plagiarism during his first year at Syracuse University’s College of Law.

That was not Biden’s only time using other people’s words without attribution. He plagiarized statements by Bobby Kennedy, John F. Kennedy and Neil Kinnock, a British Labour Party leader, while a U.S. senator. As the presidential nominee of the Democrat party, did he plagiarize the Bernie Sanders platform as his own or did the two reach “a political understanding?” One would be the nominee and the other the idea-man?

In another current ad, Biden relates the tragic death of his wife and daughter in a car accident. However, he repeatedly placed the blame on a drunken tractor-trailer driver. Oops, that driver had the right of way; Mrs. Biden had a stop sign. In 2001, the then-Delaware prosecutor related the true facts. But, yet in 2007 at the University of Iowa, Biden repeated: “Let me tell you a little story. I got elected when I was 29, and I got elected November the 7th. And on Dec. 18 of that year, my wife and three kids were Christmas shopping for a Christmas tree. A tractor-trailer, a guy who allegedly — and I never pursued it — drank his lunch instead of eating his lunch, broadsided my family and killed my wife instantly, and killed my daughter instantly, and hospitalized my two sons, with what were thought to be at the time permanent, fundamental injuries.”

And he is repeating it in 2020 as he advocates for a single-payer health insurance plan. His nose continues to grow longer than a telephone wire.

Another car accident revealed another lie. In 1974, Bill Stevenson learned of a fender-bender that his then-wife Jill had had. Only the truth was that Joe Biden was the driver of his friend’s car. The “story” became that the Stevenson marriage was on the rocks, and Joe and Jill met on a blind date in 1975. Truth is that the Stevensons worked on Biden’s 1972 run for the US Senate. Jill also turned down an invitation by her then-husband Stevenson to meet Bruce Springsteen. She claimed she had to take care of Beau and Hunter Biden in 1974. Do not the 1972 and 1974 dates precede the 1975 blind date?

Biden’s stories about his experiences overseas and with foreign and domestic policy are more far-fetched than science fiction. On the Senate floor in 2006, Biden either had a very bad memory or fabricated a whale of a story.

“On Sept. 10, the day before the attacks on the towers, I made a speech to the National Press Club where I warned about a massive attack on the United States of America from terrorists; why I thought it would happen and why I thought our priorities were misplaced — the day before 9/ 11.”

He did speak on September 10, 2001, at the National Press Club, but his focus was on criticizing the Bush missile defense system and the threats of anthrax and biological terrorism. “The real threat comes to this country in the hold of a ship, the belly of a plane, or smuggled into a city in the middle of the night in a vial in a backpack,” Biden said.

Reality check: A very specific prediction was made about the probable attack in a book published in 2000, written by Donald J. Trump—The America We Deserve. He wrote: “I really am convinced we’re in danger of the sort of terrorist attacks that will make the bombing of the Trade Center look like kids playing with firecrackers. No sensible analyst rejects this possibility, and plenty of them like me, are not wondering if but when it will happen.”

Biden’s grandstanding is boundless. Even though he had been an athlete in school, he received five deferments from military service in Vietnam due to asthma. However, he recalls and repeats that he was arrested on the streets of Soweto while trying to visit Mandela on Robben Island. Others, who Biden claims to have also been present, deny the event. And, it would have been utterly implausible since Soweto is located nearly 900 miles northeast of Robben Island. He enhanced the story with a falsely claimed personal visit and thank-you from Mandela in Washington, D.C. for the alleged visit to Robben Island. Even the New York Times refuted Biden’s claim of participating in marches and sit-ins in the civil right movement.

At the Breakfast Club in May of this year, hosted by Charlamagne tha God, Biden boasted that the NAACP had endorsed him in every political campaign. They refuted: “We want to clarify that the NAACP is a non-partisan organization and does not endorse candidates for political office at any level.” They never endorse Biden for any office.

“Nice guy Joe” claims roots among the blue-collar workers of Pennsylvania, claiming that this family were coal miners. That isn’t accurate. They were wealthy oil company owners. He attended a private school for which his parents paid tuition and fees. Remember, too, that this candidate is against fossil fuels from which his family gained.

Recently, Biden promised not to increase taxes on persons earning $400,000 a year because he had never earned more than that in a year. Pinocchio! In the first two years following the Obama-Biden administration, the Wall Street Journal reported that Biden had earned some $15.6 million dollars. And what about the special deals in China and the Ukraine?

Is it the failing memory or the pathological liar that now claims to have advocated for a travel ban prior to the one announced by President Trump?—yes, the reaction that Biden called “hysteria, xenophobia, and fear-mongering.” How many times has Biden announced an innovative reaction to a problem related to the pandemic the day after such an initiative was announced by President Trump?

  1. Which administration built and first used cages to detain illegally entering juveniles along the Southern border?
  2. He voted for the Iraq war but claims he opposed it.
  3. Does he want a national mask-wearing mandate or not?
  4. Will he ban or allow fracking?
  5. Does he prefer NAFTA or the USAMCA trade deal?
  6. Will he have an agenda to move the country forward if he were (subjunctive, hypothetical…he must not) to win the election, or will he follow the 100+ page manifesto of Harris, Sanders, Warren, Pelosi, the Squad, the mobs, etc.?

While we may not be able to answer those questions, with certainty we can say that Biden will continue to lie. Yes, we deserve a president who does not lie—he is not Joe Biden!!

Predictably, Senate Democrats voted unanimously against starting debate on a COVID relief bill. Democrats didn’t vote against final passage of the bill. Democrats voted against starting debate on a bill that “provides $300 per week in federal unemployment benefits through Dec. 27, another round of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) funding, more money for testing and schools and liability protections from coronavirus-related lawsuits.”

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said the bill “is laden with poison pills. Provisions our colleagues know Democrats would never support to guarantee the bill’s failure. The truth of the matter is the Republicans and the Republican leader don’t want to pass a bill too many on the hard right in the Senate and outside it would be angry.”

Do Democrats think that extending federal unemployment benefits until Dec. 27th is a poison pill? Do Democrats think that “another round of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) funding” is a poison pill? Do Democrats think that “more money for testing and schools” is a poison pill?

Thursday’s vote virtually guarantees another 2 year term for Mitch McConnell as Senate Majority Leader. Thanks to this vote, Democrats will be portrayed as heartless politicians who don’t care about the people. I know this because Jason Lewis just used it that way:

U.S. Senate candidate Jason Lewis released the following statement slamming Senator Tina Smith for delaying COVID relief yet again.

“I wish I could say I’m surprised that Senator Tina Smith is marching in lockstep with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, but this is just more of the same from Tina. Last month she held up relief over a demand that incarcerated inmates be able to make phone calls for free, and that’s after she twice voted to block relief in the spring while simultaneously dumping $1 million dollars in personal stock holdings.

“Further proving this is nothing more than a political game for Tina, she has basically been running a single issue campaign on the alleged need for more post office funding in recent weeks, and yet she shot down the latest round of COVID relief which includes USPS funding, all because party leaders told her to.

Mitch McConnell summed things up perfectly:

Congress has spent months talking — talking — about whether to give the American people more relief as they continue grappling with this pandemic. Today, we are going to vote. Every Senator will be counted. Should we move forward with a floor process to deliver hundreds of billions of dollars more for kids, jobs, and healthcare? Should we at least vote to move forward and have this debate out in the open? Or do our Democratic colleagues prefer to hide behind closed doors and refuse to help families before the election? We’ll find out in a couple hours. Republicans have tried repeatedly to build on the CARES Act and get more help out the door to American families. But Democrats have blocked us at every turn. They’ve invented different excuses each time.

Check this out:

Where’s the proof that Democrats give a damn about the American people? I’ve searched for that proof but haven’t found any. It’s time for Democrats to start acting like they’re compassionate. Otherwise, they’ll be seen as heartless as Nancy Pelosi and Hillary Clinton.

Finally, Tina Smith isn’t worthy of a spot in the Senate. She’s represented Chuck Schumer, not Minnesota. That’s pathetic.

Perils of Going to School
By Ramblin’ Rose

Perils of Going to School
By Ramblin’ Rose

Experts, including pediatricians, and some politicians encourage the return to personal instruction for our nation’s youth in the classroom. Some politicians and many teachers demand that only distance learning occur. Many school districts have chosen one or the other, while other districts have created “hybrid” programs that appear to challenge even a professional scheduler.

It befuddles one to find the logic (other than fewer bodies in a building on any given day) of attending school one to four days per week but never five. How do working parents adjust to such schedules? How will students know when to go and what to have prepared? Schools (K-16) have tried A/B days, rotating schedules (morning vs. afternoon), six classes out of seven meeting every day on a rotational basis with less than desired results.

While parents, students, and administrators should employ caution in making the best decisions for the children and the community, there are news articles that are just as frightening as the virus. Teachers have actually published their fears that parents and community members may actually be able to observe the digital classes and learn of the indoctrination programs in contemporary curricula. Much of that propaganda has remained in the classroom when only the students attended classes.

Last spring, Harvard professor Elizabeth Bartholet called homeschooling “dangerous.” Her claim was “the lack of regulation on homeschooling poses a danger to children, because it risks depriving them of an adequate education….”

An adequate education? By whose standards?

While it is no surprise that others share her viewpoint, it is alarming that the leftists are not making any attempt to hide their disdain for families and family values and for their belief for secrecy and authoritarianism.

Matthew Key, an English instructor at the Science Leadership Academy in Philadelphia, bemoaned his loss of “what happens here stays here” ideology. He wrote:

“While conversation about race are in my wheelhouse, and remain a concern in this no-walls environment, I am most intrigued by the damage that ‘helicopter/snowplow’ parents can do in the host conversations about gender/sexuality. And while ‘conservative’ parents are my chief concern, I know that the damage can come from the left too. If we are engaged in the messy work of destabilizing a kid’s racism or homophobia or transphobia, how much do we want their classmates’ parents piling on?”

He is not alone in his fears. Across the country, teachers have marched with placards about not being able to teach from a grave; some have brought body bags to their “protests.” After this admonition from Mr. Key and some who responded to his posts, as well as the posts that educators have placed on Facebook, one wonders if their fear is for their personal well-being or for the discovery of their efforts to warp the minds of our young people. (Given the age of the anarchists in the streets destroying our cities this summer, one knows from their actions that the progressive agenda has been widely disseminated across postsecondary campuses with the desired results—hate for America and its freedoms.

President Trump is totally correct. The money should follow the child as the parents decide the place and type of education that they choose for their child/children. Unfortunately, federal funding accounts for only about 7%. State and local taxes provide the rest, and liberals will continue to fund and cry for increased funding for public schools. The teachers are already demanding “hazardous-duty pay” and “front-line workers.”

It is a dark time in the USA when public employees call parents “dangerous interlopers and intrusive outsiders.” We were warned that socialists/Marxists/communists would take over the country by brainwashing our children. We did not pay attention.

It’s apparent that St. Paul and Minneapolis teachers don’t want to return to traditional classrooms this fall. If that’s what they prefer, they should be fired. This article reports that “Twin Cities educators on Friday called on Gov. Tim Walz to delay a return to in-person instruction in the fall, saying the risks of reopening schools during the coronavirus pandemic are too great.”

That’s BS according to Dr. Scott Atlas, a senior fellow at Stanford’s Hoover Institution. Dr. Atlas had “an I-told-you-so-moment” recently during this interview:

During that “I-told-you-so-moment”, Dr. Atlas said “the children have an extremely low risk to this disease, far less than seasonal flu. Number 2, there are massive harms closing schools to the children and those are extremely important, of course, because every policy we do, we must understand the consequences of the policy itself are.”

Later, Dr. Atlas said this:

They have acknowledged that long-distance learning is a failure, that children learn much more in person, from social gatherings, dealing with conflict resolutions, working with groups, that schools provide nutrition…

These teachers just showed their true colors. The risk isn’t “too great.” The younger the student, the less the risk is that they’re a super spreader and the less risk that they’ll get the virus. That’s a verified fact. These teachers are lying. Period. Full stop.

If Gov. Walz caves to Education Minnesota, which is definitely possible, he should be thrown out of office after one term. Putting EdMinn’s wishes ahead of these students’ needs is unforgiveable. It’s quite possible because EdMinn is a subsidiary of the DFL.

This is dishonesty at its most disgusting:

The St. Paul and Minneapolis teachers unions organized a march from J.J. Hill Montessori Magnet School to the governor’s residence. Walking alongside parents and students, some carried signs that read “I can’t teach from a grave” and “Exactly how many dead kids is acceptable?”

Thus far, 1 child has died in Minnesota of COVID. As for the “I can’t teach from a grave” sign, I’ll just say that the students might be better off if they didn’t have these teachers. Minnesota, in my estimation, would be far better off without Gov. Walz and the DFL majority in the House.