James Constantino’s Jan. 7 letter is riddled with contradictions and some outright falsehoods. He is right in saying that many Republicans are using legal means (like getting state officials elected) since his party lost the White House. Where he goes off course is saying that Democrats impeached the former president twice to stop what Constantino admits were his “racist and hateful tweets.” That is factual. Then he makes these statements without backing them up with facts:
1). “Democrats in New York City have allowed noncitizens to vote.”
2). “A Democrat in the White House is allowing illegal border crossing at an alarming rate, presumably so city councils in major cities can allow them to vote.”
3). Democrats in the Associated Press write articles so slanted to the left ... so biased ... so accusatory against conservatives that we are painted as stereotypical white rural racists.”
Can he back these statements up?
Finally, he says that these same Democrats have “tiny little minds.”
And readers are expected to agree with a person who writes such absurdities? Where is his proof that “Democrats” from the AP are writing slanted articles?
Come on, James! If you believe that other letter writers should be truthful, why can’t you be the same? Or is that too difficult for your tiny little mind?