Letter: Rose Ellen Ray, Leesburg

Editor: Last week’s letters to the editor from Anthony Fasolo and Randy Ihara were disappointing.  They reject the findings of the Trump Russian investigation that clear President Trump, who endured constant attacks while knowing he did nothing wrong.

How would you like be falsely accused of wrongdoing, especially by the powerful partisan leadership of the CIA, Justice Department, FBI? Wouldn’t you speak out? These conflicted former leaders will soon face the consequences of their misdeeds.  Many have already resigned or been forced out.  Gregg Jarrett in his book, “The Russia Hoax,” details the abuse of power against Mr. Trump.  It’s time for Trump opponents to face the errors they embrace.

Rose Ellen Ray, Leesburg

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  • 2019-05-30 at 5:06 pm
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    I stand by my comments and can only quote what Special Counsel Mueller said on 29 May that if his team “…had had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so.” He also noted that he was prohibited from bringing charges against the president due to long standing Justice Department policy that a sitting president cannot be indicted. But the biggest takeaway is that Mueller agrees with our Intelligence Community, that Russia did try to interfere in our voting system with the intention of helping Donald Trump become president …. AND they are still working to try to disrupt our processes to this day–we need to do more to make sure our elections are free of foreign interference.

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