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Facts not in evidence

Leonard Johnson (Oct. 2), along with other conservatives like him, should stop making things up. Johnson claimed it is logical to assume that Democratic Party operatives have for a period of time surreptitiously recorded the speeches and statements of every potential presidential candidate of the Republican Party.

Johnson did not spell out his so-called logic and, of course, he has no evidence for this. If he had evidence, it is logical to assume he would have cited it. So it seems that Johnson would like to surreptitiously establish as fact something that is not. Shameful.

Oh, by the way, all of you who want to keep women in their place, don’t forget to vote for Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers.

Lee Freese

Pullman



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