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The Republican example

As of the time at which this letter is being penned, I would like to point out that there are two prominent figures on the global stage who have yet to extend their congratulations to President-elect Biden for his victory.

Those two are Senate majority leader and Republican from Kentucky Mitch McConnell and Russian President Vladimir Putin. If that doesn’t tell America all we need to know about Republican “leadership” and their support, disdain actually, for democratic norms, I don’t know what does.

Bradley Bleck



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