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Letter to the editor: Radical left’s subversion

Golly gee, gee whiz and a double yoi! It’s becomeing more and more difficult for me to comprehend the radical left’s subversive thinking that seems to favor runaway immigration for votes, sanctuary cities, runaway spending and debt, and most of all, socialism, and disfavor the president for making headway in making America great again.

I have tried whenever and wherever to persuade political thinking that financier George Soros should have his U.S. citizenship revoked and be deported to end his subversive financing.

I wish to publicly pay tribute to the Judicial Watch watchdog organization and its president, Tom Fitton, often seen on Fox News, for their hard-fought litigation and findings of alleged leftist corruption and subversion — including Soros campaigns to advance his radical left agenda and Hillary Clinton’s unsecure classified email system.

Outgoing political mail motto: Damn the liberal, progressive, subversive leftist and RINO torpedoes, full speed ahead. It fits nicely at the bottom of the larger envelopes.

Clay Stover

West Newton


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