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Letter to the editor: Who are the real ‘fascists’?

Recently, while exiting a Philadelphia restaurant, an interracial couple was attacked by a mostly white mob. The mob threw a drink on the man and hurled objects at him; both the man and woman were pelted with insults and expletives. The couple was rescued by black police officers on Philly’s majority minority police force.

The couple was conservative activist and Trump supporter Candace Owens and her colleague Charles Kirk. The leftist mob called itself “the antifa” and were screaming/chanting things such as “1-2-3! White supremacy is the en-em-y!”

Owens, a 31-year-old African-American, has apparently committed the “crime” of refusing to snap to attention, obey and read the leftist Democrats’ script they write for minorities to recite. She has thus become a target of the left’s thug squads who seek to intimidate and silence her for her “thought crimes.”

Who are the real “fascists” here?

Trump supporters are often called “Nazis” by the left/Democrats. Trump supporters are the first “Nazis” to believe in democracy and free speech for all. The left knows they will lose any open, honest debate on the issues that involves logic and fact, so they seek to silence and shut down anything counter to their own twisted views. They don’t want people to think, only to obey, and to recite their leftist script like parrots.

I predict Owens will be elected the first female president in 2024. Let’s hope!

C. Colpo


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