Addressing Reluctance

Dear Editor,

Since Nov. 3, the DNC has argued court challenges are useless. Several Republicans and non-Republican Trump supporters have reluctantly accepted these arguments. Several Republicans think focusing on 2024 is the wisest course of action. If these illegal acts are not addressed now they will occur again in 2022 and 2024.

The first argument is that recounting and addressing the “irregularities” won’t change results. Remember that several states were decided by less than 1 percent. Several hundred votes are continuing to be found weeks later. This could change outcome of the presidential elections. It has already changed several local elections.

The courts are reluctant to address voter fraud because fraudulent actors will be voted out later. This is circular logic at best. If a politician is willing to ignore laws to favor a politician in another race they will undoubtedly do the same to keep power for themselves. Remember, the accusations are voter fraud. This means these politicians have no problem abusing the system for their personal gain. If the court fails to address voter fraud, those who commit it will of course continue to do the same to remain in power.

The fact that observers were not allowed in precincts despite being legally allowed is troubling. The fact many election officials refused to honor court orders should be enough to require a re-vote. These individuals don’t care about laws or transparency. Why? Ignorance of law or cover-up? Either way this is troubling.

In 2016, I was a Democrat who voted for Trump to send a strong message to the DNC. They didn’t listen. The tactics of attacking the rights of opposition groups grew more dangerous. Democrat politicians have refused to enforce laws that protect their opposition. They have refused to enforce laws that punish wrongdoing of individuals who support their cause. The result has been increasingly violent attacks on political opposition. Political supporters of DNC have become more aggressive in attacking opposition because there are no repercussions. As a result, many feel their abuses are justified. DNC opponents are afraid to defend themselves. They are afraid to correct DNC supporters. At the same time media and internet have silenced accurate reporting. The only group with repercussions are DNC opponents. This trend cannot be allowed to enlarge to effect votes in a democracy.

These problems will only magnify if not addressed.

Alan Burke



Continue To Support President Trump

Dear Editor,

As much as I don’t like it, it appears that Creepy Uncle Joe appears to be on track to become the next president. Only a truly bombshell discovery will prevent it.

While there have been many things that President Trump has done and said that I considered silly, stupid or just plain wrong, I continue to be a supporter for the simple reason that the man gets things done. You may not like what he says or how he does it, but he has done many things that have and will benefit this country. In spite of the screaming, crying, whining and flat out lies that have been thrown out by the (National Socialist) Democrat Party and their various toadies, minions and mindless zombie followers, this country has prospered under him.

Unemployment numbers at historical lows across the board, more money in the pockets of the workers than before, a stock market that has risen to new highs, which benefits not just the big investors but the little guy as well by growing his 401K and the retirees that depend on those investments for that additional source of income. But unfortunately all that is about to come to an end.

Biden, should he finally get elected, has already said he will return to the Paris Accords, which means American business and industries will see unholy, unscientific environmental regulations placed unfairly on them while their overseas competition (aka the Biden family friends in China, Ukraine, and God only knows who else) will get a pass. It is also going to result in a massive shift of American dollars to other countries “out of fairness” because it’s a Bad Thing that the U.S. is well off. We got it by exploiting and taking advantage of these poorer countries.

At least that’s their story.

I fear we will wind up back in that abortion of a treaty that Dear Leader set up with Iran. If that happens, our national security will be at stake.

Already they are warning that illegal aliens are preparing to pour across our southern border if/when Biden is confirmed. And why not, they will get that precious American citizenship without having to play by the rules others have.

I guess the old saying about the pendulum may be true. We’re possibly going from feast to famine.

Alan Marshall