Letter: Mike Panchura, Sterling

Editor: Now that you know what you know about Hillary Clinton, is your intelligence insulted when someone asks you to vote for her to be our next president?

Now that you have seen first-hand right here in Loudoun County the dirty tactics perpetrated by Hillary’s campaign thugs (e.g., the bomb threat at the Republican office), is your intelligence insulted when someone asks you to vote for Hillary?

Now that you have seen the James O’Keefe videotape which shows that Hillary’s thugs caused the bloody violence at the Donald Trump rallies in Chicago and elsewhere, is your intelligence insulted when someone asks you to vote for Hillary?

Now that you have seen the reports that Hillary’s pal, Democrat Governor Terry McAuliffe of Virginia, had directed almost $800,000 into the political coffers of the wife of the FBI official who oversaw the initial email investigation of Clinton, is your intelligence insulted when someone asks you to vote for Hillary?

Now that you have seen the latest proof that President Obama and Clinton herself have been lying to Americans for eight years about the costs of the so-called Affordable Care Act (i.e., Obamacare), is your intelligence insulted when someone asks you to vote for Hillary?

Now that you can see that media outlets like the Washington Post and most TV networks have lost their credibility with their readers and viewers by ignoring the Clinton scandals while they denigrate Hillary’s opponent Donald Trump on a daily basis, is your intelligence insulted when someone asks you to vote for Hillary?

Now that you know that the FBI has decided to re-open their investigation into the suspicions surrounding Hillary’s infamous e-mails and her previously-secret private server, is your intelligence insulted when someone asks you to vote for Hillary?

Now that you know what you know about Hillary Clinton, is your intelligence insulted when someone knocks on your door, or sends you an email, or approaches you on the street, to ask you to vote for Hillary Clinton for president?

Now, I’m not trying to influence your vote one way or another. I’m just asking.

Mike Panchura, Sterling

One thought on “Letter: Mike Panchura, Sterling

  • 2016-10-30 at 3:05 am
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    Voting for Hillary is unAmerican.
    She has a long, long history of criminal activity, carelessness, and reckless behavior.
    The fact that a couple like that can still be active in an election is a testament to how corrupt the US government is.

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