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Letter to the editor: If I were a Democrat

I am a Republican, not because I view the Republican Party as ideal, but because I view it as the lesser of two evils. If I were a Democrat, I would realize the Democratic Party has lost its way.

The Democrats have spent the last three years, initially under President Obama, trying to subvert our democracy. The subversion attempt came in two parts: Part one was preventing Donald Trump from becoming president, and part two still ongoing is to destroy the Trump presidency. Part one failed big time. Part two will also fail and be shown for the attempted criminal coup that it is.

The Democrats’ real platform is resisting, criticizing and impeaching Trump, but what are they doing for the American people?

Yes, if I were a Democrat, I would disown this now corrupt party.

Paul Carrick

North Huntingdon


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