Recently Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) questioned Colleen Shogan, Joe Biden’s nominee to be Archivist at the United States National Archives and Records Administration. Hawley asks Shogan about an article she wrote titled “Anti-Intellectualism in the Modern Presidency: A Republican Populism.” Hawley questioned whether or not Shogan’s point was “that Republicans are stupid?” Watch the exchange below:
Who are you gonna believe? What Shogan says, or what she wrote? They’re not the same that’s for sure.
Action Line: The politics of the National Archives have come under greater scrutiny of late, with the recent raid on Donald Trump’s home being instigated by the department. Someone who tells you they’re nonpartisan, but in writing proves that’s not true shouldn’t be running that kind of department. It’s that kind of double talk from the Biden administration that is driving Americans crazy. They’re mad, and they feel bad about the country’s prospects. Risk is rising. Click here to sign up for my free RAGE Gauge analysis alert. Every month you’ll be the first to read my analysis of risk in America.
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