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Letter to the editor: Trump restoring our freedom

Dave Cremonese’s letter “Escape from freedom” (July 2, TribLIVE) is a smokescreen. President Trump is trying to restore freedom, truth and facts for the average American.

Liberals, including the biased press, many politicians and liberal judges, dictate every aspect of our lives. Homosexuality is just an alternative lifestyle. Public displays of religion on most government property are forbidden. Many convicted murderers aren’t executed because it’s “cruel and unusual punishment.” However, millions of innocent unborn children are killed each year by abortion.

Many believe we should not publicly express our personal views if they differ from the liberal establishment. That is hate speech.

The government practices discrimination (affirmative action), but conservatives suffer reverse discrimination and the government ignores our complaints.

It seems to me that conservatives are the real victims, and Trump is trying to free us from the tyranny of the liberal federal government.

Gun owners in this country recognize threats and are resisting the efforts of the government and federal courts to seize their arms. We and Trump recognize the devil and will fight back.

Kathleen Bollinger

Fawn


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