Letter: Don’t negotiate with foreign terrorists

Published 12:00 am Sunday, January 19, 2020

Even a blind and deaf person could understand what’s going on in Washington, D.C. The leftist, liberal Democrats have turned to the dark side. They have been on the dark side for a long time now, but have recently shown to us, Americans, that they are anti-American, anti-Israel, anti-Constitution, anti-military and so on.

Recent events have put their hatred for American on display for all to see. First, a concealed carry person terminated the life of an armed felon in a place of worship. The person was a felon who was intent on taking many lives but was stopped by a courageous man willing to stand up for his fellow worshipers.

But the liberal Democrats in Washington, D.C., along with the main stream media condemn this man for having a firearm in a place of worship. No thanks needed liberal Democrats.

Second, an Iranian terrorist who was responsible for the deaths of hundreds of our American military men, women and children as well as injuring and maiming of thousands was terminated by our military under orders from President Donald Trump before the same terrorist could kill and injure hundreds more. Great job to Trump and the military.

However, the liberal Democrats can’t muster the courage to call this man a terrorist. Instead, he’s a foreign official, as if he is to be respected for some reason.

Evil begets evil.

Trump is spending much of his time dealing with corruption from the Obama regime. You don’t negotiate with terrorists by sending them pallets of cash, steel and technology. The former Obama regime should familiarize itself with 18 U.S. Code 2318 (treason) and 18 U.S. Code 953 (private correspondence with foreign governments). The penalties for violating these U.S. codes are severe.

Lastly, if you agree with the liberal Democrats’ anti-American agenda, then gather your passport and purchase a one-way ticket to a foreign country. I will even drive you to the airport and ensure you board the aircraft.

One more thing: I hear Iran has a significant amount of residential space available.

Mark Gravitte