Stop spreading lies; Let's move onNovember 20, 2020
To the editor:
To my fellow reader, Michael Lewinski: Come on, Michael! You have written some interesting letters over the years. Some were deeply thoughtful. Others were — in my opinion — a little skewed in their viewpoint. However, the latest one you wrote, alleging that the Democrats stole MILLIONS of votes from Don the Con and gave them to Joe Biden, is straight out of Wonderland and you, my friend, qualify as the Mad Hatter.
Millions of votes? Really? Everyone from Trump's own appointee at the Department of Homeland Security to Trump's own lawyers (with the exception of My Cousin Vinnie Giuliani) have declared there is no proof of any deliberate fraud; in fact, Mr. Krebs, the Homeland Security guy, stated that this was the most secure election in history. Unfortunately, he got fired for telling the truth, something that is not allowed in Trump World.
I don't know where you get your "alternate facts" but the 2020 presidential election is over, Joe Biden/Kamala Harris won, and the only person trying to rig it has been Donald Trump. He started setting up his scam months ago and hasn't shut up about it since. He knew he would likely lose so he had to gaslight his supporters to keep them agitated, just in case.
The only thing more pathetic than watching Giuliani and his clown car full of losers trying to overturn this election is seeing Trump's base of supporters still drinking his Kool-Aid. It took me a while to get over the Bush-Gore and Trump-Clinton results, but I did it. You, Michael, need to get over this one and stop spreading Trump's lies. Let's all move on. That's how the democracy we both love works.
— Maggie Birge
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