To the editor:
This letter is addressed to Trump supporters. I have a couple of questions for you.
First off, how does it feel to be on the wrong side of history? When future generations look back on the Trump era, you may have to answer to your grandchildren when they ask how could you support him after he mocked a disabled reporter? How could you support him after he told his supporters to beat up dissenters?
How could you support him after he questioned former POW John McCain’s heroism and patriotism? How could you support him after he insulted a Gold Star family? How could you support him after he said “Grab ‘em by the ...”?
Those examples all come from before the first election and any should have disqualified him.
There have been countless examples since, and if you still support him after he incited this debacle at the Capitol, may God have mercy on your soul.
Donald J. Trump has done more to damage our country and destroy democracy than any terrorist ever did. Perhaps you should take these last days of his presidency to reflect on the lack of common sense, or decency, that led you to this end ... so it never happens again.
Speaking of ends, I come to my last question. I warned my friends that boarded the S.S. Trump. If you go down with the ship, you’ll end up lower than the Titanic. I ask you now: How’s the view down there?