Biden Erases Dr. Seuss Amid Pressure from Left


President Joe Biden appears to have severed the link between children’s author Dr. Seuss and “Read Across America Day,” which falls on the author’s birthday.

“Read Across America Day” was synonymous with Theodor Seuss Geisel when it was first celebrated in 1998, falling annually on Geisel’s March 2 birthday, according to Newsweek.

“We are calling for every child in every school in every community to be in the company of a book on Read Across America Day in celebration of Dr. Seuss’ birthday,” Bob Chase, then-National Education Association president, said at the time.

“People of all ages love Dr. Seuss. He epitomizes a love of children and learning. Read Across America Day is truly one of the largest celebrations of literacy this country has. Dr. Seuss would be proud.”

However, the famed children’s author was seemingly snubbed and not mentioned by Biden during his proclamation of “Read Across America Day.”

Both former President Barack Obama and former President Donald Trumpmentioned Geisel in their annual proclamations of the day, according to Fox News.

“The works of Theodor Seuss Geisel, better known to us as Dr. Seuss, have sparked a love for reading in generations of students,” Obama said in his 2015 proclamation.

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