- - Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Millions of voters are fed up to the hilt with the lack of government representation. We are told by our Representatives, both federal and state, that if we’re dissatisfied we should vote them out. Well, we tried and the result was a fraudulent election the pundits say we must accept because our Constitution doesn’t provide the means to overturn it.

If the 2020 presidential election turns out to be proven fraudulent, was it not also unconstitutional? Would that not render the latter argument moot and allow the Supreme Court to rule it null and void, paving the way for true justice to prevail?

To the many who claim this wrong can be righted with the upcoming midterm elections, that is wishful thinking. Such hopeful individuals seem to forget the illegals will still be in charge at the White House, still hell-bent in turning our free country into a communist paradise. Their success at this in just six months is proof they won’t need four years to complete their treachery.

My mother lost two of her four sons in World War II. The elder was posthumously awarded the Silver Star for heroism. He was scheduled to come back to the States after enough missions served, but when he was notified that his younger brother had lost his life when his plane was shot down in the Pacific, he volunteered for extra duty — and it cost him his life on a bombing raid over Berlin.

The fragility of the freedom for which so many paid the ultimate price doesn’t seem to dawn on too many people in our country.



DANIEL J. COLGAN

McSherrystown, Pa.

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