Half-truths and hysteria from Trump-haters

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Re: “Trump, GOP to blame for soaring national debt,” by Deborah Baro, March 6:

It’s obvious from reading your recent letter that you need some help with a dictionary. You say that Donald Trump should have been exempted from the job of president. Merriam-Webster dictionary describes exempt as being free or released from some liability or requirement to which others are subject.

You offer a website to back your allegations that President Trump is closing in on Obama’s spending. As usual, you only discuss the parts of the article that promote your rants. If you read the article carefully, it states there are a few caveats, one of which is that presidents don’t have total control over the deficit and the deficit during their first year is predetermined by the predecessor’s budget.

Why not tell the whole truth? You don’t care about that, you just want to spew your hatred for President Trump.

All you left-wing loonies are still trying to promote Russian involvement in the 2016 election. Who was president at that time? Obama. Head of the CIA? John Brennan, National intelligence director? Clapper. Head of the FBI? Mueller and then Comey. and you blame Trump.

Y’all are going crazy over the fact that Trump talked to Putin. You’d think he’d given him 20 percent of our uranium or something.

If Trump were to delete all his emails, wipe his server with Bleachbit and destroy all his phones with a hammer, would the mainstream media suddenly lose interest in the story and declare him innocent like they did “Lying Hillary”? What I’d like to see is Hillary’s arrest for her numerous crimes and have the arrest on pay-per-view. We could pay off the wall and the national debt in one fell swoop. Why don’t you just admit that you had no candidate for the 2016 election?

Now we have Elizabeth Warren — Indian, Caucasian, Eskimo depending on the needs of the day. In her career in Congress, she introduced 110 bills with just two passed. Cory Booker: 120 bills, zero passed. Kamala Harris: 54, zero passed. Not to be outdone, Bernie “BS” Sanders: 364, three passed, and two of those were to name post offices.

Bring ‘em on.

Art Tozzi