‘All Books Should Be In The Library’: Jill Biden Takes Shot At Parents Concerned About Inappropriate Books In School Libraries

First lady Jill Biden, who got her doctoral degree in educational from the University of Delaware, implicitly criticized American parents who feel inappropriate books are lying on the bookshelves of the children’s school libraries.

In recent years, many parents have stood up to school boards and denounced schools for their inclusion of books they feel teach inappropriate values to their children.

Biden was prompted by NBC’s “Today” host Sheinelle Jones, who started by noting something that would have caused nary a ripple in the past.

“Parents and politicians are now weighing in on what books should be in our school libraries and what their kids are being taught. Where is the line in your opinion, with how much of a say parents should have when it comes to what their kids are learning in school,” she asked.

“Well, I think with the pandemic, parents saw how hard teachers work and how difficult this job really is,” Biden answered. “And I think  if they work together in their school districts and decide what they want with their curriculum.”

“Is there a balance between this book should be in the library, this book is under review?” Jones asked.

“All books should be in the library,” Biden pronounced. “All books. This is America. We don’t ban books.”

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