‘Racist’ ca­nard un­rav­el­ing

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor - GRE­GORY J. TOPLIFF War­renville, South Carolina

I’m sick and tired of hear­ing that I am now be­ing la­beled as a white su­prem­a­cist, white na­tion­al­ist, de­plorable Wal­mart shop­per and ev­ery other stupid, slan­der­ous, abu­sive term that the Democrats can spit out against any­one who sup­ports Pres­i­dent Trump. As a 100-per­cent dis­abled Marine Viet­nam War vet­eran, this is in­tol­er­a­ble.

Some of the big­gest of­fend­ers push­ing dis­crim­i­na­tion and pit­ting race against race are the far-left me­dia mal­con­tents who hate Trump. They con­tin­u­ously pro­mote neg­a­tive, in­ac­cu­rate re­ports that do noth­ing but stir dis­con­tent in this coun­try.

The Democrats say they took the House in 2018 be­cause the peo­ple hated Mr. Trump, but I ar­gue that the ma­jor­ity of peo­ple were duped into believ­ing a one-sided mis­in­for­ma­tion cam­paign against our pres­i­dent. One thing that the Democrats and their cronies couldn’t mis­lead the pub­lic on was the State of the Union, which all chan­nels car­ried, al­low­ing the peo­ple to see what the pres­i­dent truly had to say. Would a racist re­lease nu­mer­ous black pris­on­ers from prison, giv­ing them a sec­ond chance? Would a racist pro­tect Mex­i­can men, woman and chil­dren from drug car­tels? Would a racist send troops to Afghanista­n, Syria and Iraq to pro­tect Mus­lims? The an­swer is no.

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