- - Sunday, August 20, 2017


I can’t in good conscience stand by and not speak out against the news media and left-leaning radicals accusing our president of being racist. For example, Fox News’ Juan Williams recently had the audacity to chastise our president for not rebuking and using stronger language against those who caused the death of the woman in the Charlottesville assault.

The Trump haters demanded that our president condemn the acts of the white anarchists individually long before the facts came out to appease their hatred. This is an old tactic perfected by the Democrats to create chaos. My state Sen. Lindsey Graham took it upon himself to show his disloyalty to our president by jumping on the bandwagon, espousing the same rhetoric. I’m sure his attacks stem from Mr. Trump eliminating him during the primaries.

When you look at who is doing most of the baseless hating, it’s coming from all of those Obama and Clinton supporters who lost the election. Mr. Trump may not be the slickest speaker but he calls it like he sees it. It’s a pathetic commentary on the state of political discord to see his detractors deny him his rights under the Constitution. In their minds, we have the right to free speech — as long as we agree with the them.


Warrenville, S.C.

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