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Cut out this cancer

I am writing to Republicans who hate Trump but want Roe V Wade overturned. He’s appointing the judge that will do that before the election, not because he cares about abortion but because he cares about himself and getting re-elected. He needs the court on his side when he contests the election, which he’ll do if he loses by a little or a lot.

Now is your chance to get rid of him while still getting what you want. If re-elected, he will no longer need your party. He will be full-on rogue. The tax returns he calls fake news in one tweet, while wondering how the New York Times “illegally” obtained them in the next. The taxes show that he has hundreds of millions in debt coming due in the next few years, which is another reason he desperately needs to win, then stay in power even after 2024.

He’s telling you to crowd into his indoor rallies while making fun of people wearing masks. He’s telling you to open your businesses because he’s taking a bath financially at his resorts. Who cares about their kids more? The parent that tells them to eat their vegetables, study and wear a jacket when it’s cold, or the one that lets their kids do what they want so they’ll like him. You need to cut out this cancer to save the life of the party.

Nancy M. McCormick

Chewelah


 

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