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Letter to the editor: What will Dems try to pin on Trump next?

If you play pin the tail on the donkey, you eventually win. In America, the Democrats are trying to pin the tail on President Trump and have continually lost.

Kids don’t play games they always lose. Democrats do. We’ve had Russians, collusion, obstruction, racist, climate denying, warmongering, Hitler, crazy, incompetent, impeachable, white nationalist, election fraud and SCOTUS sex predator controversies, none of which have pinned the tail on Trump.

Since the current state of America’s basic freedom has been absolutely record setting in most areas important to its future and growth under Trump, there is only one obvious reason why the socialist Democrats, the mainstream media, the elitists and political ignoramuses still try new hoaxes on Americans non-stop: They are losing the only thing they hold dear, and are petrified that the status quo, and the deep-state politics they have played since Lincoln freed the slaves, is disappearing under Trump, and with it their iron-fisted grasp on power. Simply, their desire to control lives and enrich themselves, and assure that it never ends.

The 2020 election will be the final referendum for America’s people to choose the freedom to pursue happiness their way, and to not be handed it by Democrats under the biggest hoax of all: the one that tells them they can get it free.

Len Bach


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