Letter writer listens to fake news from alphabet soup networks

The R word does not stand for Republican nor does the D word stand for Democrat.

JSSP Letter to Editor

By James Vandrovec | Jamestown

In response to Bruce Hagen on his letter to the editor on voter suppression showing no facts, I gotta wonder where you get your news from? By the sounds of your rant, you listen to fake news from the alphabet soup networks, and their ratings are lower than ever. Wonder why? In definition, our country is a Republic because our representatives exercise political power, however, they are chosen by the people. You called the USA a democracy. Partially true. Actually, where people deliberate to make rules and decide on legislation is based on ideology. The R word does not stand for Republican nor does the D word stand for Democrat. Gotta make that clear.

Paragraph two in Hagen's letter claimed all Republicans are making voting more difficult and it's all based on racism, voter fraud, doublespeak code, etc. Hogwash! Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin and more states will be doing forensic audits as we speak. Just one example. The state of Georgia is stuttering and shaking in their boots. Governor Brian Kemp, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, not forgetting to mention Stacey Abrams, who is being investigated for some sort of illegal money exchange. The secretary of state just found only 100,000 obsolete votes on the voters roll and just now decided to remove those names. Gee, wonder why? Audit forthcoming maybe.

Hagen mentioned Russia, Syria, Nazi Germany. As ridiculous as that was in comparison to the USA states. Stay tuned over the next few months as there will be more "voter suppression," as you call it. Requesting an ID, sir, is not voter suppression nor is it unfair. Get this, I voted once only. Some of the audits in the above-mentioned states show multi voters, dead voters, voters with more than one address. Should we turn a blind eye to that? By the way, thanks for your service to this country.

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