POLITICS: Liberals still slinging

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In reading the letter from Geri Douglas, I was surprised to read that a former military wife has access to the classified mission reports of the death of a Navy Seal, and the claim of incompetence. There wasn’t any moral outrage over the needless deaths and cover-up in Libya.

The Kahns at the convention were political pawns used to garner votes, and somehow blame their son’s death on Trump. But now we have an already elected president praising a Navy Seal, and it’s called exploiting the widow, and then denigrating her and her loss.

He died fighting the ISIS created by incompetence, and your party owns and is responsible for all those who have been killed.

As for the newfound concern about the V.A., it should be noted that the system has gotten worse in the last eight years. Just before the new president, our local hospital closed the Hematology, oncology, and Pulmonary clinics.

It seems obvious liberals are slinging mud, crying and whining without any facts because lost the National election, and had a big loss in Idaho.

In mentioning veteran status, you want to use veterans who overwhelmingly voted for Trump as pawns for political games.

The Demo party has never been good for the military or veterans and should be ashamed of the comments made about a Hero’s Widow.

Get over it, you ran the worst candidate ever, and lost. There seems to be a delusion of relevancy among the far left.

SCPO RAY L. FINK (ret)

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