To the editor:

Is it true that if you support enforcing immigration law, or say things like “all lives matter,” then you’re a white supremacist? Is the campaign slogan of the president of the United States ‘Make America Great Again’/‘Keep America Great’ racist? Are progressives victims of the United States?

If, for example, you believe in “colorblindness,” you are a racist, if you discuss any of these ideas or use any of the following phrases: All Lives Matter, Denial of White Privilege, Inequitable Health Care, Anti-Immigration Policies, English-Only Initiatives, Celebration of Columbus Day, American Exceptionalism, Claiming Reverse Racism, and There is Only One Human Race, you are no better than the KKK!

Violent anti-police protests erupted in cities across the U.S. over the weekend; causing havoc in Los Angeles, New York City, Omaha, Austin, and Portland over the deployment of federal agents to help crackdown on the riots. These “protests” stopped being peaceful and stopped being about George Floyd a long time ago.

George Soros pledged $220 million to Open Society Foundation toward groups and cities “as they reimagine public safety.” It costs a lot of money to buy riot gear, pay $25.00 an hour to hire Antifa and Black Lives Matter Anarchists to riot, burn and kill for “equality.”

If America made restitution for past wrongs, where would it end, how much is enough? The answer is “progressive” anti-Americans want Socialism. They’re not protesters, they’re anarchists, and they hate America and Americans.

— Sallie Helmer

116 Park St.

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