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Reader: Voters need the facts, not fiction

In response to Doris Kelley’s Oct. 10 letter, I offer this. In the words of Vice President Pence, “You are entitled to your own opinion, but not your own facts.” I’ll make this short and sweet. I repeat, Trump did NOT say our soldiers are losers.

When Trump said, “I don’t like people who have been caught” he was referring to McCain being caught in a pack of lies. Your referral to Trump’s military deferment is as ridiculous as the rest of your mindless rant. In regard to postal workers dumping ballots, you’re wrong. There were a lot more than three.

If you’d watch something other than CNN and MSNBC, you’d know that. There were at least seven such incidents. They were also caught in including, but not limited to New Jersey, Texas, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Virginia, Florida, California, and Ohio and they weren’t “accidentally” thrown in the trash.

If you vote by mail, as you claim, you should know that mail-in ballots are unmistakably different than other mail. As for your “proud” support of Biden and the Democrats, do you realize you’re supporting a person who supports destroying America?

And in closing, Joe Biden claims ANTIFA is an “idea.”

I’ve been around nearly 70 years and I’ve never seen an “idea” burn a city.

You may want to keep that in mind when you go to vote.

Alan Talbott

Buckhannon

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