- - Wednesday, September 9, 2020

Ever since Donald Trump won the presidential election, there has been nothing but Democratic finger-pointing and dehumanizing.

The media and the political left are so excited about the Democratic presidential ticket of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris as being the rock-‘em-sock-‘em duo to defeat Mr. Trump, they’re trying to make it appear as though 2016 never even happened.

I’m wondering if that type of brutalizing isn’t the same politicalized supremacism Mr. Trump has been accused of for the past four years.

Although her nomination is historical, the woman who would be the first female African-American vice president is hardly impressive. After our ceremonial convention pageantries, can’t we evolve beyond that embryonic categorization affiliated with gender, race and sexual orientation?

According to the U.S. Census, I am in the baby-boomer demographic. However, like every U.S. citizen, I am still waiting for my voice to be heard and for change to come.


Henrico, Va.

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