Did Biden Really Get This Message from a Child? You Tell Me

President Biden recently shared a handwritten letter on Twitter that he claims was penned by a young girl named “Charlotte.” In the letter, she asks him to address the gender wage gap, stating, “Men are getting more money then girls. I think you should fix this.” The internet, however, quickly voiced doubts about the letter’s authenticity due to its numerous errors and questionable content.

In response to the letter, President Biden tweeted his agreement and expressed his commitment to ensuring equal opportunities for men and women: “Charlotte, I couldn’t agree more.

Women lose thousands of dollars each year, and hundreds of thousands over a lifetime, because of gender and racial wage gaps. I’m committed to building an economy where my daughters have the same rights and opportunities as my sons.”

Critics on Twitter have been quick to express their skepticism about the letter. Greg Price, State Freedom Caucus Network Comms Director, and author-comedian Tim Young both questioned the authenticity of the letter, implying that it was fabricated by Biden’s staff.

The authenticity of the handwriting has also been a subject of debate. Beth Baisch, a photojournalist for The Post Millennial, asked, “Which of your staffers held the pencil in the wrong hand to write this?” Others, like software engineer Billy Markus and the conservative commentator duo the Hodgetwins, also expressed doubts about the letter’s veracity.

Some, like former congressional nominee Luke Negron, used the opportunity to challenge the existence of a wage gap, arguing that factors such as job choice, work hours, and job danger eliminate any perceived wage disparity.

Sean Davis, The Federalist CEO and co-founder, criticized the quality of the writing in the letter by comparing it to Jill Biden’s doctoral dissertation.

Some commentators humorously suggested that “Charlotte” should adopt a transgender or non-binary identity to circumvent the wage gap issue.

Journalist Caleb Parke and DeSantis spokesman Jeremy Redfern raised concerns about the potential consequences of Biden’s policies on sports and referenced Hunter Biden’s controversial position on the board of Burisma, respectively.

The letter’s authenticity remains uncertain, but the conversation it has ignited will undoubtedly continue to fuel the debate on gender wage gap issues.