Letter to the Editor: Trump haters strike out


Monday, April 1, 2019

It's the bottom of the ninth and the "left wing lunatics" team felt confident their star player, Robert Mueller, would deliver a game ending home run and destroy the Trump presidency.

Instead, as the saying goes, "the mighty Casey struck out." For close to three years, the nation has endured two of the biggest hoaxes ever perpetuated in the public square. The first hoax was the unverified fake and phony dossier, paid for by Hillary and the DNC, that Trump and campaign associates colluded with the Russians to rig the outcome of the 2016 election. For good measure, the left wing lunatics also claimed Trump obstructed justice when he fired the dirtiest top cop in America, James Comey.

Mueller and his team of left wing activist prosecutors took their best swing at both, wasted millions of taxpayer dollars, and ended with them striking out. End of story. Game over. The real reason for the Mueller investigation was to divert and distract from the underlying and under reported crimes here, that being the Clinton's collusion with the Russians and the millions of dollars of kickbacks that poured into the Clinton foundation. If any serious investigation is undertaken to expose the weaponization of our intelligence agencies and the players involved in this silent coup to bring down a duly elected president, let's see who will fall on their sword in order to protect Obama, who oversaw one of the most corrupt administrations in U.S. history.

The second biggest hoax in the country's history was the lying media's coverage of the first hoax. CNN, MSNBC and all the other alphabet networks purposely promoted a false narrative deceiving their audience and the country. CNN's far left activist hate Trump pseudo journalists had viewers worshiping their every syllable with explosive catch words like "bombshell." "Russian agent" and "traitor," only to be lies by false prophets.

The network with the most accurate coverage that didn't indulge in lying tin foil hat conspiracies was the despised Fox News. Fox News haters said there was "no doubt that the Trump campaign conspired with the Russians." Turns out the joke's on you for your hatred of Fox News when you labeled all the network's viewers as "gullible" that had better start watching other news networks if they want the truth.

As Lincoln said, "You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you cannot fool all of the people all of the time."

Perry LaGrange

Rocky Mount