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Letter: Are liberals living same reality amid COVID-19?

The question we have is exactly how will President Donald Trump trade the death of workers to COVIR-19 to put more money in his pocket? And where did anyone get this idea that the president actually told everybody, go back to work?

Did people see this in the liberal news coverage or did this just sorta come to them in a dream? Because, if they had been watching the daily news briefing by the president they would have seen the exact opposite of what is being inferred.  Trump has not said or implied we should all go back to work.

The statement about Russian tanks parked outside our White House emphasizes just how deranged the liberal mind has become concerning President Trump.

There is all of this paranoid behavior — refusing to accept that President Trump was elected without help from the Russians and thereby is denying Hillary Clinton her anointing to the throne of power. There are people who still believe President Trump colluded with the Russians, was a Russian spy or agent and investigated for three years by Special Council Robert Muller, costing tax payers over $20 million. He was impeached by the Congress and found not guilty. Now, the President wants to kill his people?

When the elevator doesn’t go all the way to the top or the lights are on but nobody is home, is this visceral hatred of President Trump as contagious as COVID-19?

The liberals refuse to accept evidence that someone other than a liberal Democrat can run the government and the economy better  than Democrats can! The best they have to offer is mentally impaired Biden or a socialist who wants people to believe in free everything? .

Take just a moment and pray this prayer with me:  Please God save us from those ill-advised, misguided, poorly educated, politically correct people whose greatest fault is their supposed good  intentions.

—Richard Roberts 

Kannapolis

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