Biden Roasted After Sharing Handwritten Letter From Child About Wage Gaps


President Joe Biden shared a handwritten letter from a child about wage gaps and Twitter users took the opportunity to mock him.

Biden shared a photo of the letter on Twitter, reading, “Dear Presitent Biden: I just wanted to tell something not fair to ladies. Men are getting more money then girls. I think you should fix this. Since your the presitent. Even I’m a child and I think we should do something.”

He replied with the caption, “Charlotte, I couldn’t agree more. Women lose thousands of dollars each year, and hundreds of thousands over a lifetime, because of gender and racial wage gaps.”

Biden added, “I’m committed to building an economy where my daughters have the same rights and opportunities as my sons.”

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Thousands of Twitter users shared their reactions to the post.

Author Brigitte Gabriel replied, “It sounds like ‘Charlotte’ has been brainwashed by her teachers.”

Director Robby Starbuck tweeted, “Charlotte has another letter for you and she makes a lot of sense in this one Joe!”

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Political commentator Ben Shapiro added, “You could focus on building an education system that ensures Charlotte learns how to spell rather than lecturing her on phantom systemic oppression.”

Blaze TV host Chad Prather suggested if “girls can’t spell any better than that they’ll never make equal money. Cmon Charlotte!”

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On Tuesday, the White House issued a statement on the Biden-Harris administration’s agenda on equal pay.

“The Biden-Harris Administration is taking action by ensuring women can access the good-paying jobs, including union jobs, being created through President Biden’s Invest in America agenda, including historic Federal investments in construction, manufacturing, and clean energy under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL), the CHIPS and Science Act (CHIPS), and the Inflation Reduction Act,” the White House explained.

The administration claimed, in 2021, “Women working full-time, year-round were paid 84 cents, on average, for every dollar paid to men.”

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