Some people thrive on misery and pain and want everyone else to be like them. They intimidate, manipulate and lie to destroy normalcy, trying to convince us that this is how life should be. As an independent voter, I have watched the outspoken Democrats try every trick in the book to convince us that chaos and suffering are normal.

I have watched President Biden tell the country that he told us gas prices were going to go up due to the war in the Ukraine. He recently had the unmitigated gall to say, “For all those Republicans in Congress criticizing me today for high gas prices in America, are you now saying we were wrong to support Ukraine? … That we would rather have lower gas prices in America and Putin’s iron fist in Europe?” This is an affront to the American people. Mr. Biden’s attempt to justify his inept policies and guilt us into believing it would be our fault if we let Russia kill the innocent because we wanted lower gas prices is outrageous and pathetic.

Mr. Biden wants us to forget that the economy took a nosedive long before Russian invaded Ukraine — because he killed the Keystone XL pipeline and gave Vladimir Putin the green light overseas to install his own pipeline.



Instead of confronting Mr. Putin head-on when the Russian tyrant built up troops at the Ukrainian border, Mr. Biden and the rest of us watched thousands of people get murdered, just as we did in Afghanistan.

We have lost our standing in the world thanks to a soulless, gutless and incompetent liar who has no business representing my country.

GREGORY J. TOPLIFF

Warrenville, South Carolina

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