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Letters to the editor March 28

| March 28, 2024 12:00 AM

Breach of decorum

Chuck Schumer, majority leader in the Senate and Jewish senator representing New York, apparently was emboldened by his lack of punishment after inciting violence against two Supreme Court justices. Threatening the justices on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court, unlike former President Donald Trump whose speech urged peaceful demonstration, Schumer shouted, "You have released the whirlwind and you will pay the price … you won't know what hit you …"   

Subsequently there was a plot to assassinate Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

Knowing that a Democrat would never experience any negative response from the Biden Department of Justice, much less the mainstream media, Schumer took to the floor of the Senate to demand that Israel hold immediate national elections and oust the duly elected prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu.  

With Democrats and the media constantly insisting that our democracy is at stake should the former president return to the White House, Schumer broke all rules of decorum by interfering with the electoral process of an ally and a true democracy. He should be permanently banned from visiting the State of Israel.  

As Democrats, students, the media, the Squad, the United Nations and much of the world pressure Israel to stop their just war to destroy the terrorist group Hamas after suffering the worst attack on Jews since the Holocaust, Israel needs to stand strong. They should totally destroy Hamas, one of several Iranian-backed terrorist groups which Biden indirectly supports by releasing billions of the Mullah’s dollars to fund them.  

Hopefully, as many watch-list terrorists enter through Biden’s open southern border, we will not experience another atrocity here. Though I am sure if Republicans retake the White House in November and an attack by one of Biden’s illegals occurs after January 2025, it will be blamed on President Trump.

— David Myerowitz, Columbia Falls