I want to express my heartfelt gratitude to everyone who sent me countless "get well messages" over the past week. Your kind words and support have truly brightened my day. I want to stress that I am feeling significantly better than anticipated, and my recovery is progressing seamlessly. In the coming weeks, I intend to share more about this experience, but for now, I wanted to express my deepest appreciation for all the encouragement I have received.
Despite taking a short break, I want to share a letter that I assisted in authoring last week.
You may have heard of a news story (as reported in the Washington Times and other news sources) about the retailer Best Buy creating a new manager training program but excluding white applicants from applying.
If these allegations are indeed true, it is truly shocking that in this day and age, a business would unabashedly endorse promotions based on race. If true, this news is troublesome and highly likely illegal by Maryland State Law. That is why I took the time to help author a letter with seven other conservative Delegates asking the Maryland Civil Rights Commission to investigate the matter.
In my opinion, racism of any kind has no place in Maryland or anywhere else for that matter.