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Letter to the editor: We don’t need Saudi oil

Are any of us shedding tears over the recent destruction of the oil depots in Saudi Arabia, apparently by Iran, Iraq or Yemen? I heard on a recent newscast that Saudi Arabia produces only 10% of the world’s oil. Meanwhile, the U.S. has reserved of oil coming out of its ears. We don’t need a thing from the filthy rich terrorist supporters who are buddies of President Trump.

For 18 years our government has refused to recognize that the hijacking of Flight 93 that crashed near Shanksville was done by four crazed Saudi Arabians without souls. For the past three years, our president has refused to admit this fact. The brave passengers and their families deserve better than this, and so do all Americans.

This country is in bad shape, and it won’t get any better unless it goes in a new direction beginning in November 2020 — as long as it’s not led by the likes of Hillary Clinton or the politicians’ politician, Joe Biden. If you care, please vote your conscience next year.

Tom Pevarnik


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