Don’t believe the lies about President Trump


Here is another editorial disguised as news: Trump accused of calling war dead losers and suckers? Really? Like this isn’t desperation by the Democrats in the weeks leading up to the election.

Anyone who can actually think for themselves can see this for what it really is. Our president reported that this attack on him is disgraceful, as it is. I believe him, as should most people if they are honest with themselves. It is ludicrous that anyone would say this, much less Trump, who is a huge supporter of the military and veterans.

This man who gave up billions of dollars and works night and day and has to ward off constant attacks by his enemies. Who saw what was happening to our country and stepped up and ran for the presidency to help this country he loves? He didn’t have to do this. He was rich, had a family he loved, businesses and friends. He did it to save this country from enemies foreign and domestic.

This country is in the best shape it has been in in ages, well that was before the virus came along and the Democrats saw a perfect way to destroy the economy that Trump helped bring about by shutting down almost all businesses and peoples livelihoods.

I truly believe the liberals, and that includes the current Democratic party, the communists, socialists, antifa, anti-constitutional folks and those who want to destroy all America stands for, will stop at nothing to destroy Trump and to try to stop his re-election.

I will put my faith in President Trump, as his ideas align with mine and I pray for him every day and pray for his re-election.

Cynthia Danielson


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