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Letter to the editor: It will be Trump in a landslide

According to the fake news media, President Trump would lose the election if it were held today. Not only would Trump be beaten by Joe Biden, but also by fellow Democrats Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris and Pete Buttigieg. Does the fake news media really expect us to believe that? We must remember that they also had Hillary winning the last election right up till close of the polls. I have a different view of the election outcome: It will be Trump in a landslide.

In my opinion, our three worst presidents were Barack Obama, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter, in that order, and the best have been Trump, Ronald Reagan and John F. Kennedy. After Obama, in my opinion, our race relations are lower than shark feces on the bottom of the ocean and will never get better.

Once there is no respect for the law, you are subjected to mob rule. We can pass all the gun laws in the world but have the same problem. Guns don’t kill people; people kill people with guns.

Parents who let their kids join street gangs at an early age should be put in jail. You can’t blame the kids if the parents never taught them right from wrong concerning respect for the law. When a teen, involved in a drive-by shooting, is killed while fleeing from police, the story will be in the paper for months. If the officer is killed, the story is soon forgotten. Why is that? Fake news media!

Rudy Gagliardi

Arnold


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