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Letter to the editor: American hypocrisy |
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Letter to the editor: American hypocrisy

| Friday, January 11, 2019 10:00 a.m

Hypocrisy: 7-year-old girl dies in the custody of border patrol, and the left-wing media goes berserk. Had these been American citizens, the father would be arrested for child abuse and possibly murder.

Hypocrisy: Journalist is murdered by people in Saudi Arabia because he was a threat or inconvenience to them, and the left-wing media and many in our government go insane. Our government and “Supreme” Court legalize abortion because babies are a threat or inconvenience to someone. Not one word is heard from the left-wing media about protecting these children.

Hypocrisy: You train my son to go overseas and fight a war to secure another nation’s border. What about our border? When my son kills some of the enemy, you call it murder.

Hypocrisy: We believe in law and order, but we make our cities and states sanctuary places for criminals. Wild West towns were sanctuary places for criminals, always run by criminals for profit. Where do mayors and governors of today fit into this monstrosity?

Hypocrisy: Millions of dollars are spent on illegal immigrants each year while many American citizens live on streets and children are starving. Again, who pays for all these people? Us, with our tax money.

Hypocrisy: We “American citizens” letting this happen. It will destroy America for our children and grandchildren. The cost is too high.

Wake up, American hypocrites.

Joseph Tubbs


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