During the holiday season, the Frederick County Democratic Party decided it was a good idea to publish on their official Facebook page a post likening elected Republicans to Adolf Hitler’s Nazi Party. The post stated, “75 years ago Patriotic Americans went to France to throw out the Nazis. Next year all you have to do is go to the polls. #bluewave.” This outlandish remark was quickly seen as unpatriotic and extremely divisive, all issues the Democrats claim are reasons to hate Republicans.

This post is disgusting, degrading and offensive. The Nazi Party was an evil regime responsible for unspeakable acts of murder and genocide. It is never acceptable to compare any person or political party to such evil. This shameful rhetoric has no place in our political discourse. Regardless of how you feel about any party or political candidate or elected official, no elected official or party in the United States is comparable to Nazis.

The Frederick County Republican Central Committee, state Sen. Michael Hough, delegates Cox, Ciliberti and Pippy, along with the Republican Club and other Republican organizations, called the Frederick Democrats out for this divisive post and asked them to retract their statement and for responsible elected Frederick County Democrats to denounce this.

Sadly, the Frederick Democrats doubled down, stating: “We stand by our post, which was a comment on our country’s democratic values and the importance of voting …” They go on to attack our central committee, claiming we are “manufacturing fake outrage for some reason.”

There is no fake outrage when they are, in fact, disrespecting what American service members stood up against in WWII and what we Republicans continue to fight for today: freedom from dictators and tyranny.

This statement by the Democrats not only offends Republicans but all independents, libertarians and conservatives that hold the same values. Anyone who is not a Democrat is essentially being compared to a Nazi and the atrocities they committed.

The call for elected Frederick County Democrats to denounce their party’s hate speech fell on deaf ears. State Sen. Ron Young (D) called Republicans and Trump supporters “cultists” and went on to call a constituent an “idiot” when she challenged him.

Frederick County Council at-large member Kai Hagen (D) used some revisionist history to try to tie Republicans and President Trump to Nazism by saying they were “Christian conservatives.” As Sen. Hough stated on Facebook, “to say the Nazis were Christian is just nuts. In fact, in 1942, Hitler said he would ‘root out and destroy the influence of the Christian Churches.’”

Sheriff Chuck Jenkins stated: “This is the Democrat fallback position. When they don’t have any real or logical arguments they make outrageous, inflammatory and racist statements. Ron Young and Kai Hagen are out of touch with reality.”

At the writing of this letter no Democratic elected officials or members of the Central Committee have denounced the post. The Frederick Democrats have shown themselves to be irresponsible extremists. This type of rhetoric is not only foolish; it is dangerous. We continue our call for Frederick Democrats to denounce this type of rhetoric and take down the post.

Frederick County Republican Central Committee

Sen. Michael Hough

Sheriff Chuck Jenkins

Del. Jesse Pippy

Del. Dan Cox

Del. Barrie Ciliberti

Councilman Phil Dacey

Councilman Mike Blue

Councilman Steve McKay

Republican Club of Frederick County

Frederick County Conservative Club

Frederick County Young Republicans

Republican Women of Frederick County

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StrengthofLiberty

Never forget one of the most important historic common denominators in National Socialism, and Communism is - party loyalty. Not liberty. Not country. Party loyalty. The drove party talent for incindiary speech/pr stuntry is just that - open signalling of party loyalty to all other drove party functionaries. Not loyalty to our nation, their party. We must also not forget the central tenat of propaganda; to communicate absolute adherence party unity and loyalty - and in this instance is the drove party lie that their party is a party of the environment, of civil rights, of peace, and caring for us all. Not their loyalty to this nation or its rightful citizens, their loyalty party dogma. Young and Hagen are both just playing up their loyalty to their party and their superiors within the drove party. Are either of them hoping for a another act of their drove party loyalty, nepotism? Young can move into Raskins place in Congress for the 6th. Hagen can move into Young's place in the State senate. Is that party plan? Or is that notion ... idiotic? PS: Fun word play game. Replace the 'c' in democrat with a 'n'. For those who the drove party may find an 'idiot', after you replace the 'c' in democrat, with an 'n' - put a space between the 'n' and 'r' - to reveal ... New brand mascots for the drove party perhaps. How old is your party again? The oldest in America. Wow. Time for a re-brand to something more ... accurate? Or is it fair to the donkey to be associated with a political party. Most donkeys in the farm yard feel hurt by the association with Nazi politician and their party pretending they are not what is plain to everyone of us deplorable idiots.

mrnatural1

When referring to "Nazis", "white supremacists", etc, in any larger group of people, it is very important to acknowledge that one is not referring to ALL members of that group.

Are *some* Trump supporters neo-Nazis? Yes, but they are a small minority.

I am reminded of how "open borders" proponents are quick to label people who express any concerns about unlimited immigration as "racists" and "xenophobes". Yes, unfortunately, it's true that a small percentage of people who would like to reduce immigration levels are racists -- or at least prejudiced and/or bigoted.

However, the vast majority are decent, caring people who are simply concerned about resource depletion; environmental degradation; loss of farm/ranch land; overdevelopment; sprawl; overcrowded schools; traffic congestion; un/underemployment; lower wages; the $23T national dept; aquifers that took thousands of years to form running dry, etc. They want to help by using foreign aid, the Peace Corps, etc.

To label ALL members of any group (well, unless it's the KKK or similar) "Nazis", "white supremacists", "racists" and/or "xenophobes" is clearly wrong. In a discussion or debate it indicates that the person or group making those vile ad hominem attacks has nothing of any substance to say.

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timothygaydos

Many of us who served supported Eddie and thank God he got a pardon.

timothygaydos

1. It is amazing that your letter to the editor actually got in the paper... 2. DNC/Democrats are quite the hypocrites will always when lacking facts go right to racism and Nazi talk... 3. The fact that not one elected democratic official had the guts to say it is wrong tells you about their character and their motives... they are still feeling the effects of 2016 and with 2020 pending about to get a repeat in November that will probably put most of them back into rehab and seeing their doctors for more therapy and medications...

FCPS-Principal

The only untruth in the post is that patriotic American's didn't go only to France to eliminate Nazis. They also went to North Africa and Italy. But France was the biggie.

stjohn42

Once again, the people most likely to be insulting and divisive are upset about someone else whom they find insulting.

gabrielshorn2013

Let's be honest. It was a cheap shot by the Frederick County Democratic Central Committee. Both sides need to knock it off and start to act like respectable adults. Both sides are loaded and cocked, and go off at the slightest inferred slight, ready to assume the victim role. Both sides also need to grow some skin too.

mrnatural1

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jsklinelga

gabrielhorn

it was a cheap shot but the same refrain we have heard for a few years now. Before the Nazi's it was white supremacy. The saddest thing about it is the support it garnered in this section But is that really surprising. Hateful and misguided rhetoric is never widely welcomed. This type of rhetoric cost them a National election in 2016 and chances are good that it will in 2020. How can the Democrats possibly think this could help their cause? It simply unmasks a hatred and feigned victim-hood that many now associate with the party. 2020 looks to be a turbulent year.

lewisantq

My heart bleeds for these delicate Republicans whose feelings are hurt by an obscure facebook post. These are the very Republicans who, at the drop of a hat, call Democrats Socialists, Communists and terrorist supporters. Bob Lewis

FCPS-Principal

I didn't know the Republicans were such snowflake Nazis either. Like, they tweet insults every thirty seconds or so.

sevenstones1000

Some very good people on both sides, Repubs. 😆

prg45fan

Some of you say that Donald Trump is impulsive, ignorant, narcissistict and intellectually dishonest. I would think that the hateTrump crowd would go out of their way to show they're not like him-that you are judicious, informed, mature and reasonable. That is not happening. You are the mirror image of what you profess Donald Trump to be-overwrought, uncalibrated and unable to have a conversation about anything that doesn't align with your opinion. Simply put, Unhinged. It took no effort on the President to make the left look like loonies. It was a pre-existing condition.

hayduke2

Nonsense- idiots and good folks in both parties. The president isn’t a good example nor is whoever wrote the comment.

Jaco

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Moon otter

T rump is an ass pure and simple,. He has alienated our allies since day one. The list is endless and if you support him you are part of the problem. Our Constitution should be upheld and the Senate has not done its part. We had this problem during the Nixon era if you are old enough or care to remember. From a Lincoln-Republican

KMRD1

Big question is, did our Council Woman Jessica Fitzwater approve of this by her own party. She is Jewish. If I was Jewish and a Democrat, I would be wanting to impeach Deborah Carter from the Frederick County Dem Party.

Moon otter

Wow Republicans apparently you can't stand the heat so you better get out of the kitchen. Also another who is calling the kettle black. Just maybe you need to look at yourself before you call others snowflakes. Yes I am a Lincoln-Republican.

DickD

But Lincoln was not like present day Republicans. If Republicans were like Lincoln I might be Republican.

Moon otter

You are correct in your statement. In the 50s parties switched and should have taken new names. I am fiscally conservative, but socially moderate, environmental end as liberal as can be. Why because our home benefits all. Clean water, clean air, clean earth. I believe in the US Constitution. What you do on your land may impact someone else. That is why I am Wiccan and follow the Wiccan Rede. Another new year has begun.

awteam2000

Self-described Nazis and white supremacists are running as Republicans across the country.

For example:

- GOP officials are stuck with Russell Walker, a white supremacist running for the state House of Representatives.

- In Illinois, the Republican Party shrugs off Arthur Jones, a candidate for the state’s 3rd Congressional district who boasted of his membership in the American Nazi Party.

- Even Wisconsin’s Paul Nehlen is too racist for Twitter and even for Gab, preferring the social media platform of the alt-right.

Republicans should denounce such candidates and supporters of those candidates, -Nazis, white supremacists and all forms of bigotry if they don’t want to be associated with such groups. You are who associate with.

Just a fact.

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KR999

Like the way you've gotten over the fact that Trump is your president, Alice? Yeah, right......

jagman

The type of rhetoric displayed by local "official" democrats on that FB page is exactly what we have seen put forth by the democrat controlled MSM the last three years. Therefore, it should come as no surprise to anyone. They just parrot what they have been told to believe.

We can also see that once the target was moved from attacking Trump to attacking Trump supporters, his poll numbers started to go up. See the pattern? Just as many "experts" think the 2016 election turned against Clinton in September 2016 when she made that "deplorables" comment.

It is obvious that Trump has an extremely high probability of being re-elected this year. Democrats are in panic mode. Perhaps understanding they have squandered the last three years by not accepting the election results.

Expect to see even worse behavior from the left as the year progresses and the failure of their candidates becomes more clear.

My prediction still stands: Trump wins with a good solid 35 states. My new prediction is the republicans take back the house, possibly with a 60-70 seat swing (this last based on the utterly ridiculous impeachment shenanigans..even NP understands what she did mortally wounded them).

For now, we can all enjoy the best economic conditions we've experienced in a very long time. For those Trump haters with newly swollen investment accounts, might I suggest you donate your new found wealth to a deserving charity. A good way to avoid the hypocrite label.

KR999

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marinick1

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Henry_Avery

Your prediction is garbage. Trump won’t make it past April. He’ll either be convicted by the Senate (once Senators up for re-election realize they won’t be primaried) or resign due to an undisclosed medical condition (his next physical is coming up). Bolton will testify during a Senate trial, and Nunes may be called as a witness. That doesn’t bode well for Trump.

jagman

Keep dreaming.

DickD

I like what you say, but Trump has vowed to block Bolton from testifying.

Henry_Avery

He’s not going to have a choice once Justice Roberts hears the case from the House for witnesses. No way the R senators overrule a Supreme Court justice. It would be political suicide.

jagman

Not so fast there, henry. You might want to educate yourself on the role of the chief justice.

https://www.scotusblog.com/2020/01/the-role-of-the-chief-justice-in-an-impeachment-trial/

Henry_Avery

“jagman

Jan 12, 2020 12:58pm

Not so fast there, henry. You might want to educate yourself on the role of the chief justice.

https://www.scotusblog.com/2020/01/the-role-of-the-chief-justice-in-an-impeachment-trial/“

The R’s can vote to override the presiding officer’s ruling all they want. They will do so a their own political peril. Four GOP senators (Alexander, Enzi, Isakkson, and Roberts) are retiring. McConnel has Nothing to hold over their heads to force them to vote a certain way.

If McConnell turns this into a circus, then the Dems will take over in November.

Henry_Avery

A flurry of activity on the hill today in the HPSCI. Joe Bondy (Lev Parnas’attorney) just dropped off the contents of Lev’s phone.

The wheels of justice continue to turn. Could Scaramucci be right? The end of Trump’s presidency is coming, and soon?

Henry_Avery

AG Barr finally being called out. It’s a house of cards:

http://documents.nycbar.org/files/Exercising_Congressional_Oversight_AG_Barr_01082020.pdf

Henry_Avery

Romney refuses to carry the water for Trump:

https://www.rawstory.com/2020/01/mitt-romney-announces-he-will-vote-against-mcconnell-and-approve-witnesses-during-impeachment-report/#.Xh0ESWXixBY.twitter

Witnesses looking more likely. Trump, who was all about a Senate trial recently, has now changed his tune. McConnell will have to allow witnesses if others follow along with Romney. Since Moscow Mitch is working so closely with the WH, he will be the one to encourage Trump to resign before the trial wears on.

Henry_Avery

Russians attempted to hack Burisma, the gas company at the center of the impeachment. Guess what? The hacking began in November. They might be trying to dig up the embarrassing info on the Bidens, just like Trump wanted (odd coincidence). More likely, the Russians will plant the “embarrassing info”.

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/01/13/us/politics/russian-hackers-burisma-ukraine.html#click=https://t.co/xeiAraap9l

Just more fuel for the already dumpster fire of a presidency.

hayduke2

Are you using the Magic 8 ball from your childhood???

Piedmontgardener

This is rich. The same people who don't feel that a constitutional trial of impeachable offenses requires fact witnesses lecturing the opposing party about voter turnout slogans. Anything but focus on their jobs as elected officials. BTW- Y'all have business in Annapolis to handle, why don't you work on that?

Obadiah Plainsmen

It's just dirty politics being played on both sides. "He who doesn’t throw mud ends up covered in it"- Susan Estrich,

thump1202

This article did not move me, it just came off as more virtue signalling. Stop playing this game, this is an age where people are looking for strength.

Dwasserba

Pile on, follow the leader.

Thewheelone

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thump1202

There's maybe 10,000 KKK white ethnocentrists in this country, exaggerating them to everyone who voted to Trump is just wrong. Many of the Trump voters were disaffected Obama voters and at least 10% of Bernie supporters. The rest were anti-war independents and whoever was fired up by Trump's "America First' dramatics. America First has not become White People first. The metrics simply do not bear out.

terryandkenny

Godwin’s law. In the early days of online debate it meant that once you compare your opponent to Hitler or Nazis the argument is over and you lose. Certainly applicable here.

DickD

Even though the similarity is there? Forget history and you are liable to see it repeated.

jagman

There is no similarity, dick. Your mind is filled with cnn garbage, proven by the fact you bleat exactly what they tell you.

DickD

Really? And what are you doing?

jagman

I talk about what I observe and experience on a day by day basis.

I'm not confined to Frederick county.

matts853

I’d really like to knew who made the call to do that. Just so stupid and unnecessary. I don’t do Facebook, but if it’s still up, show a little class and take it down for crying out loud.

mrnatural1

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gary4books

Hillary Clinton was cleared this week of selling uranium to the Russians. Again. It does seem that the Nazi comparison was too much. But so were all the chants of "Lock her up!" Reading the other comments I see so much of "They hate us.." even when the remark was just "Some are deplorable..." Both sides seem way too sensitive. I once asked my brother "What can I do about people who seem so sensitive and so quick to take offense?" He said "Get used to it. That is just the way they are." So they are. Making straw figures to fight and seeing themselves as pure as the driven snow. Sigh.

KR999

I think we all know that the post won't be taken down, that would be the right thing to do (though it never should have been put up in the first place.) But the closer we get to the election, the more commonplace this type of offensive and irresponsible behavior will become. The Dims are sweating because they know that Trump's reelection is a strong possibility, if not assured, as a result of the three year with hunt against the man. They've made every effort to unseat him at great expense to the taxpayers and all of their efforts reached a dead end. The only thing that they accomplished was to prove to both the American public and the world how hateful, vindictive and grudge bearing the politicians who represent the Dimocrat Party and its constituents are. And the fear is that that will come back to kick them in the a_ _ in November. I know quite a few people who are betting it will.

marinick1

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thump1202

It's unfortunate but the democrats haven't found a message or a candidate who can stand up to Trump. As someone who sits in the middle, I'd prefer a real contest, I don't see it materializing this time. It'll be another Bob Dole or John Kerry.

KR999

You're right thump, the democrats haven't found a candidate who can stand up to Trump. Hence their current panic mode.

marinick1

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awteam2000

Panic is a reaction to the potential of loss (risk of disaster). The Trump presidency is his to lose but he’s been impeached! He’ll have to carry that ‘brand’ into the next election. Trump is the oldest person to be elected to a first term of the presidency in history. If he loses, he’s open to a plethora of indictments (18 and counting). It’s unlikely he could run again in 2024 and potentially go to jail... So who’s more likely to panic. 🤷‍♂️

Trick question: Who has more to lose? Trump or the Democratic candidate?

jagman

Poll numbers went up after the fake impeachment sham.

Also, democrats have nothing to lose anymore. They have already blown themselves up in the eyes of regular red blooded Americans all across the country.

Thus the need for the panic we see every day.

jsklinelga

The first two comments are simply outrageous. But not surprising. This is the insidious hate that is the trademark of the new Democrat Party..This very comment section, daily filled with hate and abhorrent messages turned me towards President Trump/ It was a reflection of the national speech. Let us prayer this disgusting act is not part of a national trend. This is precisely why I am thankful my grand kids do not attend public schools.

matts853

So why hasn’t Trump’s non stop hate and abhorrent texts turned you away from him?

thump1202

it's an issue of framing. when I see Trump's nonsense on twitter I shrug it off as childish outbursts that my young children have outgrown. You see it as hate and abhorrent. I don't see how anyone takes them seriously, I find it disappointing but I have seen real hatred and to me they aren't at that level.

DickD

Because Jim doesn't care about anything except judge appointments and thinks if Trump appoints enough like Kavanaugh that he will get religion back into schools and prevent women from having a abortion.

marinick1

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public-redux

jsk, I think the evolution of your views on where your grandkids receive their schooling is most commendable. A few years ago you said you were heart-broken that they weren’t attending public school; now you are thankful. [thumbup]

niceund

BOTH parties need to shut up. Is it any wonder why people are choosing to become independent thinkers and voters? The "leaders" of both parties have done nothing but ignited tensions and rhetoric. Neither party represents what is good and right with America.

Disgraceful.

jsklinelga

niceund

A truly noble sentiment but... I joined this comment section over 5 years ago. I was shocked at the hate and vitriol directed at a letter I wrote. I had the grand illusion of joining and trying to be a voice of moderation. Instead, after countless hateful attacks and name calling I have also become jaded. I fear this transcends this small comment section and is representative of the public at large. Hate engenders hate. In the past what united us overcame our differences. But now we are divided by our beliefs. i pray you would continue writing and daily advocate for your position of reasonableness. The good Lord knows it is needed.

gary4books

We do need your voice, too. Persevere.

marinick1

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thump1202

jsk don't give up. I understand becoming jaded as an independent voice, there is something to understand though. This is your life, your tombstone will read born date to died date, that to is all that we are. Don't let haters get you down, that's their life and it doesn't need to change yours. You choose how you live.

Dwasserba

Yours was a highminded goal. Commenting is entertainment for some, sport for others, and at times you do get the sense that "drawing blood" increases the attacks. Most people are basically too self absorbed and busy to think long and hard after a comment is posted. There is a button to remove the most ill-considered. Your comments are read. That's complimentary.

public-redux

It seems you found that your voice isn’t nearly as moderate as you thought.

thump1202

I agree completely. The parties are ruled by unamerican interests, the candidates are the most shameless narcissists that can be imagined, decent people don't care to be put under the scrutiny of today. We need reform.

Dwasserba

[thumbup]niceund Yes. Arguments that one side or the other is more hateful for this or that reason just make their writers seem biased to the point of delusion. Rise above. Or at least, distance yourself as much as you are able.

kaihagen

If these local Republican elected officials really wanted to take the high road here, they would not follow up their criticism of the graphic comment posted on the page of the local Democratic Party with the statement "Kai Hagen (D) used some revisionist history to try to tie Republicans and President Trump to Nazism by saying they were “Christian conservatives.”

In direct response to someone who insisted the Nazi's were leftist socialist, I commented that "Whatever folks might hear on FOX, the Nazis were not socialists, much less democratic socialists. They were corporatists, supporting a government of and for the most powerful corporate interests in Germany. Nazis were fascists. And Nazis were far right-wing, Christian conservative nationalists."

Agree with the comment or not, that is a very different thing. Editing or converting my broader comment in that manner is absurd, political opportunism.

It's like saying taking a comment about white supremacists and attacking me as if I was talking about all white people.

There is a reason that Martin Niemöller's famous poem or quotation begins: "First they came for the socialists, and I did not speak out—because I was not a socialist." It is because the Nazis were not socialists.

It is true that the world "socialist" was in the longer name of the Nazi Party. But that doesn't mean anything more than the word "democratic" being the the longer name of North Korea: "Democratic People's Republic of Korea."

threecents

The Nazis put socialists and communists in concentration camps.

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thump1202

Show me a single case where an American Citizen was put in what you call a "concentration camp" please.

Henry_Avery

thump1202

Jan 11, 2020 9:30am

Show me a single case where an American Citizen was put in what you call a "concentration camp" please.

https://www.history.com/topics/world-war-ii/japanese-american-relocation

jagman

And let it be noted that it was a DEMOCRAT president who did that.

thump1202

Thank you for this comment, I will be supporting your opponent in the next election you're involved in.

threecents

What a shocker.

rpkrauss

I appreciate this response Kai.

gary4books

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mgoose806

The Nazis were left-wing socialists? Yes, the National Socialist Workers Party of Germany, otherwise known as the Nazi Party, was indeed socialist and it had a lot in common with the modern left. Hitler preached class warfare, agitating the working class to resist “exploitation” by capitalists, particularly Jewish capitalists, of course.

awteam2000

Wrong

awteam2000

Nazi Germany was a set of policies and laws implemented based on a specific racist doctrine asserting the superiority of the Aryan (White) race with fascist governance. The precursor to neo-Nazis, modern KKK and White supremacist terrorist groups in America.

gary4books

"The Nazis were left-wing socialists?" NO. Not even close.

threecents

Mgoose, I lot of people make that mistake, so don't feel bad about. Just google it. Here is a quote from Wikipedia: "Nazism is a form of fascism and showed that ideology's disdain for liberal democracy and the parliamentary system, but also incorporated fervent antisemitism, anti-communism,..."

mgoose806

Mr. Hagen... it's pretty clear that you have put yourself in the middle of perfect political storm. You will now be known as the Councilman that says all Republicans are Nazi's. I'm positive the RNC isn't going let that label fade away...

Jaco

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DickD

What bothers me, Kai, is 37% of Germans, at that time, were Roman Catholic.

fjulia

Kind of hard to feel sympathy here. You claim you want the other party to denounce the poorly worded and obviously inappropriate statement; yet where is your outrage when the free press of this nation (except for the syncophantic Fox News) is deemed 'Fake'. Where is the concern when the opposing party is called an enemy of the country by the liar-in-chief. Your crocodile tears deceive no one. An apology is in order. Yours to the county and nation for enabling the travesty of this presidency.

Thewheelone

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Dwasserba

[thumbup]R's cry "fake," denigrate journalists and journalism, then use the medium for a self-righteous epistle. Tiresome. Manipulative. I'm not on Facebook, ignorance was bliss. Keep shooting yourselves in the foot.

hayduke2

fjulia - good post.

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