Time to take a stand against racism

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What more has to happen? Wake up, American people. So much violence and racism is going on all over the world. How many lives have to be taken? You have a president who defends the KKK neo-Nazi white supremacy. You condemn Muslims and immigrants, you state that gang members are a threat like MS13. How are these racist groups any different from what happened in Charlottesville?

For shame that Republicans still defend President Trump and put blame on the media. I’ve stated once that we’re being eliminated and he wishes to make a white nation. If Nixon was impeached because of Watergate, how much more can the American people take from President Trump’s racist values?

This election was about race when you stated about a wall and deportation of immigrants. Time to make a stand. Hitler was defeated. Time for peace. Stop the violence and racism. We vote people in office for the people.

Linda Toscano

Warden

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