Letter to the Editor: Concerning Democrats, enough is enough

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Just think about what has been going on recently.

It was alleged that some Democrat-controlled states misappropriated money for COVID-19 relief to teach critical race theory in public schools. This money was supposed to be used to open the schools back up, not divide young children by telling them they are inherently racist or oppressed because of the color of their skin.

The Biden administration is pushing through new restrictions on guns.

Now, Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas announced that DHS will have a Disinformation Governance Board; it should be noted that Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin also had similar offices. The person heading up this new Disinformation Governance Board, Nina Jankowicz, told us the Russian collusion dossier was real and the Hunter Biden laptop was Russian misinformation. Can anyone seriously trust her judgment? Since when is it the function of the U.S. government to tell the American people what the current administration thinks is true or, more likely, the narrative they want to push? That is what the Nazis did in Germany and the Communists did in the USSR.

The border is wide open, with drugs flooding the streets and overdose deaths at an all-time high. Inflation and gas prices are soaring, and some say the economy is tanking. Russia is at war with Ukraine and threatening nuclear war with anyone who helps Ukraine.

They are indoctrinating our children in school, while threatening parents who dare question what they are teaching. Crime in Democrat-controlled cities is soaring, and police are being demonized, while they are pushing to take away our guns, so that we cannot even protect ourselves.

I guess I can understand why the Democrats now want a Disinformation Governance Board, so they can spin what is going on. How many times has Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester, D-Del., voted 100% with Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., pushing this Democrat agenda?

I say enough is enough, and it is time for a change.

Thomas Hoever

Magnolia