Letters to the Editor

Letter: Democrats' misguided rage continues to grow

To the Editor:

Wow, the Democrats haven't been this mad since the Republicans freed their slaves! They keep on saying no one is above the law, are they talking about the 20 million illegal aliens in our country? Of course not, those lawbreakers should get free healthcare and reparations. Yeah, let that sink in.

U.S. Rep. Lauren Underwood (D-Naperville) claims in a Congressional hearing that she believes our border patrol agents are intentionally killing illegal immigrant children ( May 22, 2019). How deranged is that? 

People who don't understand the process kept saying the Senate needed to supply witnesses in the Impeachment "trial", ignorant of the fact that is the House's job! You remember the hearings where 17 witnesses were called?

All anti-Trump, the hearing where Rep. Adam Schiff (D-California) would not approve any Republican request for witnesses and instructed said witnesses not to answer certain questions from Republicans. Remember?

Schiff could've called John Bolton, but did not. Some say you can't have a trial without witnesses, I say you can't have a trial without a crime. The two articles of impeachment brought forth by the House were incredibly lame.

The "whistleblower" needed to be protected at all costs. Why? At least in the Clinton impeachment we all knew who the "whistleblower" was.

So the Democrat derangement syndrome grows. Pathetic, isn't it? 

So, to all you despicables out there, keep watching CNN and MSNBC, they'll keep you ignorant of the facts. Enjoy your rage. 

Terry Paulish

Huntley

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