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Even God can’t protect us

So, it’s a new year. What’s in store? Trump got all his henchmen their big tax break, his and his children. What’s in it for the middle and lower class? Millions will have no insurance, will be out of food stamps, and no doubt Social Security.

Get this last bit, Trump and the dictator of Korea fighting over whose button’s the biggest (like two kids saying my dad’s bigger than yours) and this bit on how he scolded the maid for picking up his shirt that was on the floor, saying if the shirt’s on the floor, he wants it on the floor. My God, that’s what we have for a so-called president.

I for one never sleep well, never knowing if there’s going to be a tomorrow. This person needs to be muzzled and shackled before we all get blown to Kingdom Come.

Even God can’t protect us from him.

Dorothy Payne

Spokane Valley


 

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