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Letter to the editor: Why I’m voting for Trump

I know why I’m voting for Trump in 2020. He is for capitalism and not socialism (which I believe will not help our country, as nothing in life is free and the Democrats have already said it will increase the tax burden on the middle class); he has issued orders that protect those of faith, of which I am one; he protects freedom of speech for all; he is for managed borders and citizenship for those who come in the legal way and not those who are literally busting into our country without any kind of authority; and he is against illegals getting to vote and have driver’s licenses and free medical assistance (when our own citizens don’t get the kinds of benefits that they are offering those who just force themselves on us).

So, I’m just curious, putting aside that one does just not like Trump: Are people saying they are for all the things I just mentioned? Do they like open borders, where drug addicts and other lawbreakers can not only just come in, but have access to many benefits that our own people might not get? Do they really want to be a socialistic country like Venezuela and many others? I’m just curious.

Susan Dudak

Robinson


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