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Letter to the editor: Our ‘Twilight Zone’ politics

Vice President Joe Biden is assigned to stop corruption in the Ukraine. His son, Hunter, and a friend of former Secretary of State John Kerry’s stepson are appointed to the board of a gas company in the Ukraine (under investigation for widespread corruption) which paid them $5,000 and up every month, even though neither had any experience in the gas industry. According to an article in the New Yorker, Biden’s son spends much of his earnings on strippers, booze, drugs and extramarital affairs.

Now President Trump, not Biden, is being investigated. No, this is not a “Twilight Zone” episode, but the state of America in 2019.

Russell DeJulio

Mt. Lebanon

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