Trump's truth
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Dear Editor,

In a cowboy movie, the guys in the white hats always win, but life is not a cowboy movie.

The majority of Americans (including me) would like to see the Nazis disappear as they are nuts, but the Constitution gets in the way, as any American has the right to peacefully assemble.

So as much as we can all hate what Nazism stands for, we must tolerate them when they exercise their constitutional right.

In Virginia, the guys in the white hats arrived to do battle with clubs and other weapons. Arriving is one thing because of the right to peacefully assemble, but using those weapons is against the law. So now who is right?

We would like the president to condemn the Nazis and be sympathetic to the “Americans,” but to do that would not be telling the truth.

In his press conference, President Donald Trump said both sides were at fault, but the headlines were Trump likes Nazis and the KKK.

Saying that both sides were wrong is a hard pill to swallow, as we hate Nazism so strongly. The truth seems to justify Nazism, even though it is not the intention.

Trump would have made out much better if he lied and blamed the Nazis and the KKK for everything.


John Procida

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