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Letter to the editor: Put Americans first

I am so angry right now, I could spit. My 93-year-old mother, American born and raised, needs financial help to stay in her home until her time comes. My sister and I provide 24-hour care to her. I have tried to get financial aid from all the sources available to seniors. Nothing!

My father was a Marine serving in World War II. Veterans Affairs help, forget about it. But I tune in to every Democrat running for office. They vow to give anyone entering our country illegally rights and financial aid . These are people who claim they want to be Americans but their first act is to break our laws.

What about Americans who are struggling? What about the people who are not classified as poor enough for Medicaid but do not have enough money to live properly? Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and others are fighting to give illegals a better life than Americans. Wake up! Americans first!

President Trump is trying to take care of the citizens of our country before all others. What is demonic about that? What is racist about that? Americans come in all colors, shapes and sizes. But the one thing we all have in common is we are Americans. Trump is fighting for us, all of us.

Jeanne Shields

North Huntingdon


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