Letters to the Editor
Looking for answers for Republican actions
Why do Republicans criticize everything Democrats do as cancel culture when they seek to cancel the retelling of actual well-documented historical facts regarding the history of race in the U.S.?
Why do Republicans deny the violent and brutal storming of the Capital on Jan. 6 in which five people died and over a 100 law officers were seriously injured defending the our Capitol when they profess be so pro law enforcement, and the rule of law?
Why do Republicans legislatures seek to pass hundreds laws that restrict voting in order to guard against fraud, when there was no actual provable, documented proof of fraud in the 2020 presidential election? Why do Republicans seek to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election because of alleged fraud only in states that Trump lost, when the voting practices were similar in the states he won?
Why do Republicans claim to make the economy work better for the working class when they pass tax cuts for the most wealthy, without any proof that the extra money to the rich has ever to the trickled down to us?
Why do Republicans claim that Trump created the best economy when the Obama administration pulled us out of the worst recession since the Great Depression and created many more jobs than Trump ever did? Clinton, Carter and Regan all created many more jobs than Trump, who has the worst jobs record since Herbert Hoover.
Why do so many Republicans refuse to get vaccinated against COVID when the deaths and serious sickness from COVID are now virtually all in people who chose not to get vaccinated?
Why do Republicans claim to be for religious freedom when they promote Christian values to the exclusion of any other religious faith?
Why do Republicans claim to believe in family values and Christian morals when they idolize and vote for a man who has cheated on his wives and brags about grabbing women by their privates and has a proven record of cheating on his taxes and indulges in corrupt business practices?
I don’t know why. Do you?
Louis Vitale Franklin