Mal­lick com­plains about com­plain­ers

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - EDITORIAL -

I’d like to lodge a com­plaint. Heather Mal­lick is at it again. She is tired of com­plain­ers (“Trump king in world of com­plain­ers”) July 26th, 2017. She ranted on for about 650 words, this time about com­plain­ers, be­fore she got to Don­ald Trump, again. It’s ironic that Mal­lick be­comes a hyp­ocrite when she com­plains about com­plain­ers. Then she com­plains about Don­ald Trump.

Heather Mal­lick and her em­ployer, whether they know it or not, are con­trib­u­tors to the strides of those of the “deep state” to­wards the com­plete change and up­heaval of the present way of life of the cit­i­zens of the United States of Amer­ica. Al­though Barack Obama could not com­pletely ful­fill that end while in of­fice for eight years, he came close. Hil­lary was to com­plete the deal for the glob­al­ist agenda but to most ev­ery­one’s sur­prise Don­ald Trump, by divine in­ter­ven­tion, I sus­pect, up­set the ap­ple cart. As bad as Obama was, the me­dia on both sides of the bor­der never crit­i­cized or made fun of him like they have Trump. The rea­son for that by all me­dia is the ab­so­lute fear­ful­ness of be­ing called a sixlet­ter word, which starts with R and ends in T.

David C. Camp­bell, Charlottetown

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