To the Editor: At a recent rally in Minnesota for President Trump, a supporter was spat on while giving a news interview. The culprit was a cowardly liberal protestor. The supporter's name was Dave Carlson, who was explaining to the reporter why he
To the Editor:
At a recent rally in Minnesota for President Trump, a supporter was spat on while giving a news interview. The culprit was a cowardly liberal protestor. The supporter’s name was Dave Carlson, who was explaining to the reporter why he donates to President Trump. Mr. Carlson simply turned slightly and replied “Oh nice” and chuckled.
Mr. Carlson’s only crime being he was a loyal American wearing a Donald Trump hat. I myself own five Donald Trump caps, but I know what will happen if I ever wear one in this sanctuary city. I don’t think I could be as forgiving as Dave and would probably wind up in serious trouble for simply defending myself.
In 1969, upon my return from overseas, my comrades and I were greeted by our own people spitting at us and calling us “baby killers” simply for obeying the laws of the nation and entering the military. These cowards were too afraid to go into the military themselves so they tried to make themselves look good by crucifying us. Today’s cowards have an agenda that they don’t even understand.
Here is a message to all those liberals out there who are protected from any type of retaliation because they will scream racist and hater immediately upon being confronted: You are inciting violence and attempting to bully us. You can spit on us, punch us, and try to intimidate us but, remember, we get to vote in November; we will not be silenced.
This is still a free nation, even though most of our conservative rights have been given up in order for the cowards of this nation to be able to express themselves fully. Hopefully in November, everyone in this nation will again be allowed to express their opinions without fear of being vilified by liberal fascists and the true racists and haters of America.