Exercise The Right To Vote

Dear Editor,

First they came for the socialists, and I did not speak out—because I was not a socialist.

Then they came for the trade unionists, and I did not speak out—because I was not a trade unionist.

Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out—because I was not a Jew.

Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me.

Martin Niemöller


I realize that there is very little time in our government run indoctrination centers (public schools) due to DEI brainwashing material, but maybe, just maybe, we can squeeze in a reading assignment that the people that run those centers would probably find radical and cause them to clutch their breasts in fear.

There is a book written quite a while ago by a man named George Orwell titled “1984.” In this book is a world I believe we are seeing in its infancy and could come to fruition if we continue to elect the sort of people we have and if true, legal citizens of this country don’t put down the TikTok indoctrination devices and start not just paying attention to what is going on, but quit wringing their hands and whining about someone needs to do something and get out and do something.

How hard is it to get up from the couch, drive/walk down to the polling place and cast your vote?  Cast your vote while it still has power. If we wait too long it won’t have that power because overwhelming numbers of illegal aliens will be casting their vote for the (National Socialist) Democrat Party and their puppets. Think I’m being paranoid? Look at how many places are giving non-citizens and illegal aliens the right to vote in local elections. Again I reference the nose under the tent.

I refer to the right to vote because it is just that…a right. And don’t start the “Republicans suppress minorities’ right to vote” by requiring ID. State ID can be gotten for free. The problem is people are too damn lazy to go get it. And if they need assistance the (NS)DP needs to go out and give their friends a ride.

It’s called being a responsible American citizen. It’s part of the cost of freedom.

Carpe diem,

Alan Marshall