Biden Education Secretary Misquotes Ronald Reagan While Rolling Out Radical Agenda

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On Monday, Townhall reported that Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona made an embarrassing error while speaking at the Western Governors’ Association’s winter meeting earlier this month in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

During his address, Cardona promised to collaborate with governors to provide guidance and a “playbook” from the Department of Education to support state educational initiatives. Unfortunately, he also misquoted former President Ronald Reagan while touting the Biden administration’s education plan.

This mistake was reminiscent of former President George W. Bush’s famous gaffe regarding America’s education system: “Rarely is the question asked, is our children learning?”

It appears Secretary Cardona failed to learn some basic history at school after making this epic gaffe on camera.

Cardona: You know, we’re going to set up follow up calls with every governor we meet with to make sure we’re available.

I think it was President Reagan who said, We’re from the government. We’re here to help.

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Those familiar with Ronald Reagan’s tenure as 40th President of the United States are aware that he issued a dire warning to Americans regarding government assistance:

“The nine most terrifying words in the English language are: ‘I’m from the government, and I’m here to help.’”

It is not difficult to understand why our K-12 education system is failing, despite the increased levels of government spending.

With individuals such as Cardona leading the way, it has become clear that schools are utilizing taxpayer money to increase administrative bloat and brainwash students instead of teaching them.

The only way to initiate a change in this system is for the American people to vote out both the Biden regime and Democrats across the country.

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