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Letter to the editor: Justice for Democrats

Now that the Mueller investigation is over, the Democrats are acting like cornered snakes. They are striking out, but their desperate screams are nothing more than proof that they are scared to death that the truth about this scandal is about to explode in their faces. 

It has been proven that Hillary Clinton hired ex-British spy Christopher Steele to dig up dirt on Trump. But the “dirt” Steele brought back was never verified. It became known as the Steele dossier.

Attorney General William Barr has launched an investigation into the genesis of this scandal, and I believe he will find it to be nothing less than treason committed at the highest levels of the Obama administration.

The Dems are trying to distract and obfuscate against this investigation, but I hope Barr will see their tactics for what they are and proceed post haste to bring these lying Democrats to justice.

Bob Jacobs


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