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Letter: Review citizenship responsibilities

By Peter Brown, VANCOUVER
Published: September 9, 2023, 6:00am

There must be other citizens completely disgusted by the complete hatred for America that putting an indicted criminal on the ballot for the highest office in my country displays. A man so depraved that he had his attorney pay off a sex worker, followed by an attempted rape of a woman in a clothing store.

That is what this campaign is offering us. And, instead of going off in shame he revels in the adulation of thousands of like-minded molesters, swindlers and fellow traitors lusting to imitate his despicable antics for all to see. From the Capitol to the chambers of the Supreme Court, he has mocked and defamed the most sacred of our laws and customs.

If you recognize yourself as a person made in the image of such filth, it may be time to review your citizenship responsibilities in light of what you now know and in anticipation of what you will be learning from its upcoming trials.

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