Letter to the Editor

In the Letter to the Editor from Mr. Meyer on October 8th, it is my opinion that he should practice what he preaches. He said, “Quit telling lies and bending the truth just to achieve your political goals. Be honest with yourselves and quit following others who are not trying to unite us.” He then says that President Trump “threatens to refuse the outcome of the election if he doesn’t win. He is trying to turn citizens against one another if he loses.” I believe that the Democrats still do not believe the outcome of the 2016 election, and they are the ones who are turning citizens against one another by not condemning the violence we’ve seen. 

He then goes on to say, “He dismisses any Russian attacks on our elections (which has been proven). He has lied about a virus that has killed over 200,000 citizens of the United States and continues to lie about the virus even today.” The Mueller Report and $45 million it cost, has put the Russian collusion to bed and I think Dr. Frederick J. Dechow, Ph.D answered that only 6% of the 200,000 reported by the CDC on August 31st actually died only from Covid-19. 

Now as for the lower gas prices, if I remember correctly the prices for gasoline were much lower before the pandemic. The prices actually went up slightly after the pandemic began. Those lower prices are due to the U.S. drilling its own oil instead of buying it from overseas.

If Mr. Meyer is really interested in the election, he might buy and read “Profiles in Corruption” by Peter Schweizer. This book profiles the top nine most corrupt people in government. Number one and number two are Kamala Harris and Joe Biden. As of this date, neither has filed suit against Mr. Schweizer for defamation of character, so I’m assuming everything in the book is true. So, in my opinion, Mr. Meyer should do his fact checking somewhere other than CNN before he casts stones at our president. 

Oh, by the way, two of my three vehicles are Chevys.

Jack Charchol