To think that Joe Biden’s campaign promises were to unify our nation — bah humbug! Those promises of unity were nothing but a red herring to get Biden elected, enabling Democrats to push through their socialist agenda (which is dividing our nation even further). I was actually excited when Biden nominated Judge Merrick Garland as attorney general — only because he lived in Lincolnwood, Illinois, which neighbored my hometown of Skokie. Now all I see are red flags, as Garland vilifies those parents against critical race theory and labels them domestic terrorists.

Who knew Garland would go for Machiavellianism? And since when is it wrong for parents to be concerned about the education of their children? Let us just be grateful that the Senate never voted on Garland’s nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court, which would have been a lifetime position.

Once Donald Trump reclaims the White House in 2024, we will be rid of Garland.

JoANN LEE FRANK

Clearwater, Fla.



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