To the Editor:
The Aug. 11 article, “Grothman hesitates to take questions from constituents at Ripon event,” was not a shining example of unbiased reporting.
It distorted some information and excluded some facts.
Candidates often run from one event to another to speak with the public. Grothman regularly attends events sponsored by all types of organizations. He even attends Bingo in Green Lake at least once a year, never uses it as a photo opportunity and he connects with every single person.
Contrast this to Biden who rarely has a new conference, rarely speaks with press and rarely takes questions. When he attempts to answer questions, he explains his policies and their results in nonsensible terms & jumbles the issues so his answers don’t even answer the questions.
Then walks away after saying, “They will get angry with me if I take more questions.” Or his staff quickly rush him offstage to stop his interaction with the press.
While democrats care more about the priorities of left wing special interest groups than working Wisconsinites, I am proud that Grothman is my Congressman. He speaks clearly and intelligently and his policies never “evolve” to match current political winds. He always acts and votes in the best interests of all Wisconsinites.
While Biden celebrates additional IRS agents to fill Lambeau Field and illegal student loan forgiveness, Glenn understands that this is an attack on the people who have made an honest living in Wisconsin.
Biden has given a blank check to teachers’ unions to indoctrinate our children with CRT and gender identification as early as kindergarten, overzealous COVID groups who want to shut down our economy and radical “environmental justice advocates” who want to set our economy back to the pre-electric age under “The Green New Deal.”
Biden shamefully makes excuses and blames others for the results of his disastrous policies.
Glenn isn’t afraid to take on polarizing issues that Biden cynically continues to use as a tool to lie to and divide Americans.
Glenn continues to fight for welfare and regulation reform, champion the family, fix the tax code, demand transparency in public education, and advocate for securing our border and energy independence again.
He is a dependable and frank voice in national politics which is rare among democrats.
When republicans take control of Congress in 67 days, Glenn will help right the ship and put a check on Biden and the left.
— Hal Erickson