Biden’s Union allies go rogue, refuse to reopen schools | and more….

1) Teachers unions, a reliable Biden ally, are ignoring him now to avoid reopening schools. Sow the wind, reap the whirlwind:

The Chicago Teachers Union, the third-largest school district in the nation, defied the city’s order for school children to return to in-person learning this week, earning them a new round of bipartisan scorn from those who argue remote learning has done far more harm than good throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

The union was crushed as “”selfish,” “malevolent” and worse on Twitter for seeming to ignore the science.

Read the full story at Fox. 

2) Jen Psaki is complaining that Joe Biden has “no time to think” despite taking nearly 25% of his days on vacation:

White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Wednesday that President Biden thinks he needs more downtime — despite the fact that he’s spent more than a quarter of his days in office at one of his Delaware homes.

“I know the president doesn’t have public events today,” Psaki told reporters during her regular briefing. “He does have a number of meetings with policy teams and that’s often what he’s doing behind the scenes.”

“If he were standing here today — which I know he’s always invited, is what you guys will say, but he would say we never give him any free time or any time to think,” the press secretary added. “And that is probably true.”

Read the full story here.

3) Biden’s AG Merrick Garland is promising new prosecutions for Jan. 6 protestors, including for those who never set foot in the capital

Attorney General Merrick Garland on Wednesday defended the Justice Department’s approach to prosecuting those involved in the Jan. 6 riot, signaling the potential for charges for those who never set foot in the Capitol.

“The actions we have taken thus far will not be our last. The Justice Department remains committed to holding all January six perpetrators at any level, accountable under law, whether they were present that day, or were otherwise criminally responsible for the assault on our democracy. We will follow the facts wherever they lead,” Garland said on the eve of the attack’s one-year anniversary.

Read the full story here.