Letter to Editor

Trump Supporter Voices Opinions

To the Editor: 

Chris Apostolos of Chicago does not like Trump as he sees a distorted world based on CNN headlines. He claims President Trump mishandled the COVID crisis, forgetting that most deaths occurred in Democratic run states and Democratic run cities. Twenty percent of all COVID deaths in New York came about from the governor sending infected people back to nursing homes. Corruption in government? Well, whether you like or dislike Trump, you have to give him credit for exposing the magnitude of corruption of the going on in our world today. I had no idea that all these people in government were fast at work to undermine our constitutional rights. Do you like what you see in Minnesota? How about other Democratic cities where cops are getting killed and their shooters are not prosecuted? More than 80% of riots took place in Democratic-run cities who refused Law and Order. How did he like seeing downtown Chicago being looted and now being deserted? Your beloved Democratic Party elected a man who flip-flopped on every issue in the political spectrum. To his defense, he does not remember doing either the flip or flop.  

Dr. Alexander Alemis  

Chicago, IL 


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