Disgusted by The Herald’s one-sided nonsense

How can The Herald even call itself a newspaper? Your blatant hatred of President Trump is appalling. Never ever have you written a positive article or editorial, at least none that I’ve ever seen. Almost all of the letters you print are also full of hatred for Trump. Your paper is just a rag for the Democratic Party, and I await, with hope, your demise. But, since western Washington is full of left-wing libs I suppose you’ll still hang on.

I saw your paper recently with the article about Boeing and wanted to read that article and glanced through the rest of the paper and once again became disgusted with your one-sided nonsense you have the audacity to call news reporting.

Cynthia Danielson


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