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Letter: Signs of America’s moral decay

By Roy Schimelpfenig, Woodland
Published: May 4, 2024, 6:00am

Law and order, education, energy and our economy have all been upended. Whether opening the border or signing away women’s sports, President Joe Biden’s pens are destroying what America has worked hard for these last 240 years.

Once a beacon of hope, we have become a sanctuary for the world’s thieves, criminals and terrorists. Hate speech has replaced free speech both on and off university campuses. Protesters verbally assault Jews and chant “death to Israel.” Their signs are even more disturbing. Isn’t racism what Democrats preach against? Where are they hiding?

This is all a disgusting demonstration of America’s moral decay.

Meanwhile, Democrat hatred has taken President Donald Trump to court, at this late hour, to keep him from campaigning. Joe needs all the election interference he can get to win this election. Everything is backwards in Biden’s America. Good is now evil and evil is good. President Dwight Eisenhower said the world would forget World War II atrocities against Jews. The left has already forgotten Oct. 7, 2023. And the radicals say they are glad it happened. Is this how it began with German Jews in the 1930s? Read the signs.

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