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Rodgers didn't lie

Green Bay Packers' quarterback Aaron Rodgers tested positive for COVID-19 and, like comedian Joe Rogan, acted quickly to take (gasp!) ivermectin, which detractors call a "horse dewormer" unfit for humans. Baloney! The Food and Drug Administration has approved it for human use. This amazing drug has saved hundreds of thousands of lives worldwide, a fact that escapes our biased media.


Remember back in Charlottesville, Virinia, when the memory of Robert E. Lee was being disgraced more than the man himself was disgraced at Appomattox, and the Ku Klux Klan and Antifa fought their first battle? President Trump was too kind then. He said there were "good" people on both sides. Wouldn't it have been more accurate to say that there were bad people on both sides? No, that would have been unthinkable to Antifa and Rep. Maxine Waters of California.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: 'Umbrella Man' is fake news

The left-wing public relations machine, including the Democrats, socialists, Black Lives Matter, Antifa and their shills in the media, have come up with another whopper. They are so desperate to create a better look for the violent, criminal and deadly protests — including, unfortunately, much violent behavior from people of color — that they now want you to believe "Umbrella Man" is a White supremacist and/or Hells Angels member.