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Letter: Mueller caught a lot of witches in ‘hunt’

In response to Randy Biggerstaff’s letter in Wednesday’s newspaper (“Salisbury Post prints liberal hypocrisy”), no private citizen has read the Mueller report. I’m looking forward to reading it.

That’s if President Donald Trump and his henchmen will let us. In public, Trump said to let it be released, but we don’t know what he is telling Attorney General William Barr in private.

Trump kept hollering about a witch hunt. It seems to me Special Counsel Robert Mueller caught a lot of witches.

And no one has contested that Russia interfered in the 2016 election to get Trump elected. Why? Is Trump under Russia’s control or did they just want an idiot in the White House?

Either way, it looks like they got what they wanted.

— Calvin Safrit

Salisbury

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