Letters to the editor — Wednesday (7-27-16)

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Editor’s note: This letter has been edited to remove erroneous information about Debbie Wasserman Schultz’ new position. 

Wasserman should have used Hillary’s email server

I just put Debbie Wasserman Schultz on my Christmas card list. The chair of the Democratic National Committee manages to get her nefarious self fired the first day of the convention. I dare even Hollywood — which lives in a professional make-believe world — to make this stuff up. Trump has tried for months to warn Bernie Sanders followers that the crooked Democrat Party was stabbing them in the back.

Opensecrets.org has a list of donating supporters of Hillary and/or PACs supporting her. They include Wall Street, $41 million; lawyers (really scary!), $23 million; the previously mentioned delusional entertainment industry, $17 million; unions (read “modern mob”), nearly $11 million. Also, registered lobbyists have given Hillary $7 million. Zero for Trump!

Clinton is spending $500,000 a day bashing Trump. If she runs low she can always borrow a hundred million from Bill off of those “alleged” speaking deals she set up as Secretary of State. I feel secure.

A CNN poll taken July 22-24 shows that 30 percent of Americans consider Hillary honest and trustworthy. And silly me, I always thought it illegal to poll inside asylums. Schultz’s “sin of ignorance/stupidity” was to put those 20,000 hacked emails on a “secure” DNC server — instead of Clinton’s bargain basement setup, where they would have all been deleted. Then the whole world — barring the FBI — would have them.

The real danger of hacked emails — like possibly Hillary’s — is that your enemies unlike Hillary — aren’t stupid enough to let you know they have them!

— Randy Biggerstaff

Kannapolis

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