DEAR EDITOR:

The mainstream media would have us believe that Joe Biden will win the presidency by a landslide. All the polls have Biden far ahead in the crucial undecided states. Trump, it would appear, has practically no chance of winning.

But we have not yet heard from the “Silent Majority,” “Middle America,” or traditional Americans who do not march or protest. They work hard, go to church, pay their bills, raise their children to be good citizens, and love America. They must be thoroughly incensed by what has taken place since Trump was elected.

Trump’s enemies have tried to remove him from office since the day he was elected. They organized protests and marches, denied him the traditional honeymoon, criticized him with every name they could think of, made false charges of Russian collusion, authorized the two-year Mueller investigation which found no collusion, and finally impeached him with false partisan charges. All of these efforts were designed to overturn a legitimate presidential election because they did not like the results. No president has faced such unremitting opposition as Trump, yet he still stands.

Traditional Americans are tired of seeing mobs destroy statues of Christopher Columbus, Ulysses Grant, Frederick Douglass, and other American heroes along with Confederate leaders. The mobs seem intent on destroying American history, and Democrats refuse to condemn their actions.

They are also tired to seeing radical mobs take over portions of cities while the Democratic mayors refuse to allow the police to stop them. Instead of protecting their citizens and using local police to crush the militants, the mayors blame the violence on the presence of uninvited federal troops in their cities.

The Democratic Party has moved so far to the left that it has lost touch with Middle America. Donald Trump, by contrast, supports the Constitution, rule by law, the belief expressed in the Declaration of Independence that our basic rights come from God, and in the importance of religion and prayer.

Traditional Americans will flock to the polls on Nov. 3 to vote for Trump because they understand that he is all that stands between them and chaos.

James Cook

Rome

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