Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Letter to the Editor: Deck the Halls in Reds of Evil?!

   Dear Editor:

    First Lady Melania Trump summed up her husband's Presidency, soul and their residency in the White House by using red solid red trees to drench the White House trees n a full coat of Satanic or Russian red.

   Maybe she was trying to be the Queen of Hearts from Alic in Wonderland, as she and her husband cuts off their "un-loyal" employees and cabinet members dignity, careers and futures.

  The lobby looks like Melania took decorating advice from the Whore of Babylon, celebrating the spirit of evil, in our most precious White House or maybe she is symbolizing the upcoming massacre of all who serve the devil Trump.

   Hopefully, all involved will be celebrating next Christmas in orange jump suits behind prison bars. Either way, it is completely inappropriate for the People's home to reflect the bloody murderer of journalist Khashoggi, which o Trumps cared about.

   Trump taking blood money from Saudi Arabia, instead of taking a moral stand against blood thirsty MBS and his gang of murderers is a perfect example of how immoral and low Trump will go for money.

   Red is used in Christmas decoration sparingly to represent the blood Christ gave for our salvation, but a lobby full of blood red trees makes my skin crawl and shows how clueless both Trumps are when it comes to right and wrong, good and evil.

   I doubt Santa will bring any presents to them. A stocking full of coal seems appropriate. The Trumps can have an old fashion Christmas like the ones our evacuees and the refugees are suffering.

  Celebrate in a leaky tent with no heat, electricity or running water, wit no presents and no hope. It would be a good lesson for people who are extremely spoiled, have way too much, doesn't deserve any of it and gained their wealth cheating, lying and committing crimes, especially against the American people!

   Living without homes will give the Trump family an appreciation for life behind bars.

   The blue wave did hit, but not enough to remove the bloody stain of corruption, which hangs over anyone involved with Trump.  It is indeed time for them to be indicted, even Melania and Ivanka, as no one else influences Trump as they do.

   Those in Congress and the Senate who openly support Trump's illegal acts and cover-ups should be tried and tattooed with two big red-letter T's on their forehead, as Traitors for Trump.

   They should go to prison, where they will learn no one can count on Trump and no one is above the law.

  Ask all the people who have suffered humiliation, jail time and financial losses, ruined careers and lives because they believed in Trump.

  Trump promised he would hire the best and then, attacked, degraded and forced them to resign or be fired without an ounce of mercy from the evil Trump.

  He has fired 37 officials in under two years, asking them to do illegal and unethical demands, which has put most of them in legal trouble for doing Trump and Putin's bidding.  It wouldn't surprise me if Trump threw his kids under his out of control tyrannical train of evil to protect himself.

   Anyone with half a brain, who loves and understands the Constitution and knows the difference between right and wrong can look at what Trump has done, said, lied, along with committing illegal crimes; understand Trump must be impeached and with his known conspiracy with Russia, he and anyone involved should be charged with treason.

  Perhaps that is why Melania wanted to make the entry way to the White House look like the gates of hell, but as usual her instincts stink.  She is perfect for Trump and quite possible the brains behind Trump's obvious ties to Russia.

   The grim red trees remind me of our green trees of Northern California on fire.  Torched with his deregulations when he turned the heat up seriously on climate change.  The result is more vicious and extreme weather and blazing red trees.

   During worldly upheaval, corruption and evil, the Lord has shown us twice men of politics can be good, ethical and Godly, in the deaths of John MCain an George H.W. Bush.

   I didn't agree politically with either, but their stand for Liberty, America and Justice is something I can support and be thankful for.  May our next President continue this American tradition of decency, bipartisanship and rule of law.

  Pat Johnston, Red Bluff
   Former freelance journalist and producer at KIXE, News Director at KBLF Radio and Columnist for Red Bluff Daily News

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