Trump much more moral, honest than Clinton | Letter to the Editor

I don’t believe in PolitiFacts, fact finding groups or any polls.

Editor’s note: This letter is in response to the Oct. 26 column, “Please let it all end very soon.” It was submitted to the paper before Nov. 8, but was not printed because political letters are not be published in the week leading up to election day.

I don’t believe in PolitiFacts, fact finding groups or any polls.

Donald Trump topped the list of biggest political liars? People love Donald, because, thank God, he is not a politician, Hillary is second most honest right behind Obama? Do you watch the news, read magazines and newspapers? Must be liberal ones only.

I can see why it surprised you that the NY Times finds Bill Clinton the most honest politician. Truth-O-Meter, let’s see, he was impeached, but somehow never charged. He lost his law license and can never practice law again, and then , there is his impeccably run Clinton Foundation, and then “I did not have relations with that woman,” remember? Bold faced lie to the American people. So much for truth and the NY Times.

Hillary las lied many times, short circuited chronic memory loss, lied about Benghazi and called it “the fog of war,” lied about Bosnia and said it was caused by “jet lag.” Her lie was she said she was, “Greeted with sniper fire when they landed in Bosnia.” The truth is she was greeted with boquets of flowers and kindness.

Remember what happened to Brian Williams when he did the same thing? Of course, Hillary only “misspoke.”

Do you really think Hillary and Clinton are moral? Do you not remember Bill Clinton disgracing America with a woman in the Oval Office and all of his other indiscretions with women? They say he a wonderful, moral, beloved person, the the facts say otherwise. He’s going to wandering the halls of the White House and will be back in the Oval Office. Let’s hope this doesn’t happen so history doesn’t repeat itself.

When we start remembering “facts,” Donald Trump looks very presidential. I think Hillary’s pantsuit is on fire and yes, staffwriter, some people are still voting for Donald and that would be me and millions upon million of other patriots.

P.S. Only vote once and no dead voters, please.

Annette Woods

Enumclaw

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