Trump’s rhetoric is bullying at its worst
Well, thank goodness.
In regard to a letter to the editor on Sept. 5, a lady was nice enough to let me know about her family and why they choose to support Donald Trump/Mike Pence with signs on their lawn.
Pro God, Pro Trump, Pro Life, Pro gun, Pro Law and Order family, they are, and proud of it.
I am so relieved, because, after what we’ve been subjected to by this administration for a full three-and-a-half years, I was afraid that people would be attracted to the lies, racism, misogyny or divisiveness that has been the banner slogan of this president.
In June 2016, when Trump mocked a disabled man, I thought that we had hit rock bottom.
Since then, four years later, we know better.
This man has continued to mock anyone and everyone who disagrees with him.
It’s not cute or funny, or “telling it like it is,” it’s bullying at its worst, and we need to send him and his criminal enterprise packing.
Really? Four more years of this? Vote like your democracy is at stake.