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Now we will suffer

Thank you President Trump for all you did for this country in the past four years. When I voted for you I was not a big fan of yours but the alternative left me no choice.

After watching and following you during your term, I was astonished on how much you got done, while facing all the obstacles you did.

In all of my 79 years I have never seen a president who loved this country any more than you, who worked any harder than you, who did most of everything you promised. Anybody who denies this is lying to themselves.

Now we are facing a lost country, wallowing in its own corruption, greed, lies, fake news, fake politicians, and fake Christians.

Just like my own Catholic church, where many of them have fallen away from its beliefs and principles. Shame on the priest and nuns and other Catholics who have discarded our values.

I just cannot believe that this great country would turn down life, liberty and prosperity for socialism and communism.

Now we just voted in a person as our president who has lost his mind, so afraid he hid in his basement, and doesn’t know a lie from the truth, and voted out one who loves this country so much that he put himself out all day and night because he cares. Now we will suffer the consequences.

Like our great pope, St. John Paul said, “We are now into the beginning of the end!”

Joe Machala

Kettle Falls


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