Elec­tion protests are hyp­o­crit­i­cal

Cecil Whig - - FRONT PAGE -

FROM: JOHN ZALESKI ELK­TON

The elec­tion is over, and it was fairly won with states giv­ing the nod to Don­ald Trumpump which have not voted in the R col­umn for decades. This was a move­ment of the peo­ple.

Now, we see tantrums and hys­te­ria from those stat­ing that Trump is not their pres­i­dent or, worse, threat­en­ing or wish­ing harm come to the pres­i­dent-elect. I will re­mind th­ese peo­ple of their ab­so­lute hypocrisy dur­ing the Obama ad­min­is­tra­tion, in which they called for the si­lenc­ing of any­one op­posed to Obama on the ba­sis of his poli­cies, call­ing us racists in an ef­fort to dis­tract and mis­la­bel our gen­uine con­cerns about the im­pact of the abortive health care law and in­creased taxes on our fam­i­lies and our­selves. Th­ese are the same peo­ple who called for Ge­orge W. Bush’s harm dur­ing his ten­ure as pres­i­dent.

I stand with the rule of law and with our pres­i­dent-elect, along with tens of mil­lions of Amer­i­cans who are des­per­ately seek­ing change: from the bor­der to health care to jobs. Th­ese are real is­sues that need to be solved for our­selves, our chil­dren and our grand­chil­dren.

God Bless Pres­i­dent Trump!

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