Jill Biden sends Valentine’s Day gift to the country

Jill Biden sends Valentine's Day gift to the country

Jill Biden sends Valentine’s Day gift to the country


Overnight, a huge hand-painted wooden heart suddenly appeared in front of the White House, alongside a wooden decoupage of Biden’s pet.

Heart quotes 1 Corinthians 13:13: “Three things will always be—faith, hope, and love—and the greatest of them all is love.” Portrait of Biden’s dog commander and kitten Willow in sides of the heart.

Valentine's Day hearts and pet dogs Commander (left) depicting President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden and Willow the cat stand on the North Lawn of the White House to celebrate Valentine's Day, Monday, February 14, 2022 , Washington.

The White House was also festive, with a display of heart-shaped artwork by local students at the White House’s East Landing. Second graders in Alejandro Diasgranados’ class at Ayton Elementary School in Washington, D.C., decorate with hearts hanging from their windows.

Twenty students from Dias Granados will visit the White House on Monday, and Biden is expected to take second-year students outside to see Mu Xin, according to the first lady’s office.

“Many of Mr. Dias Granados’ sophomores have never been to the White House and are excited to showcase their ‘brainwork’ in the East Wing,” her office said.

Biden previously decorated the White House lawn on Valentine’s Day last year with the words “hope,” “healing,” and “kindness” written on pink and red hearts. But as Biden commemorates the holiday, there is also a sobering reminder. Another anniversary lawn. Four years after the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, a Parkland father unfurled a sign from a crane just blocks from the White House.

The sign was placed by Joaquin “Guac” Oliver’s father, Manuel Oliver, one of 17 people murdered that day.

The East Wing Landing was decorated at the White House on Valentine's Day, Friday, February 11, 2022.

“45,000 gun violence deaths under your watch!” the sign featured a photo of Joaquin Oliver and directed people to a website with statistics on gun violence during the Biden administration data.

President Joe Biden marked the anniversary in a statement this morning, renewing his call to combat gun violence.

“We mourn with the Parkland family during these difficult days, whose lives were turned upside down in an instant; they had to bury a part of their souls in the ground. We also mourn those who are still struggling with visible and invisible wounds. people pray.”

He pointed to his administration’s plan to curb gun violence and pointed to funding to reduce violent crime in his Congressional budget request.

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