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Rule of law or mob rule

For the past two years, the American left has engaged in increasing levels of threats, intimidation and violence, seeking to impose its vision on the country by mob rule. Speakers have been silenced, educators assaulted, cities trashed. Masked “anti-fascist” thugs have attacked those they see as their political enemies. Congressional hearings have been disrupted and congressmen physically confronted. Home addresses of senators have been leaked so their spouses and children can be threatened and terrorized. All culminating in an assassination attempt against a member of the U.S. House.

Voters have a choice: they can elect people with the courage to stand up against the mob, or they can elect those who would join the mob.

Bill Manuel



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