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Radical point of view

I don’t agree with everything President Trump says but I have to respond to the letter from Wm. Worden (“Silence on Trump is complicity,” Jan. 31).

People have the right to their political views, however when Mr. Worden asks if those who support President Trump will continue to support him when he starts promoting public hangings of blacks, Muslims and Mexicans and sends Jews to crematoriums, this is not a political view but a question only a very radical, paranoid person would ask. He also attacked Trump supporters as not being “Christian” because of their support.

I know The Spokesman is anti-Trump but it saddens me that they would print such a letter.

Mike and Nellie Ebel

Newport


 

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