Nobody is above the law

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Of course Trump would defend Roy Moore. They’re two peas in a pod, since the American people voted him into office, a racist toward immigrants. We all know the election was rigged with the interference of Russia. So much for impeachment.

So he pardons those who that are beginning to be questioned about their involvement with Russia, including his son. Why not pardon those wrongly convicted and in prison? For shame.

Those in Congress I guess would rather have a child predator in office than to protect women who have been taken advantage of. It’s time to be united as American people. Voice your opinion. Nobody is above the law, not even those in office.

What are we saying when those with money and power can state that women are liars? Make a stand and be united.

Linda Toscano

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