To the editor:
The “MAGA Bomber” sent homemade bombs to Trump’s “enemies.” These included Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and CNN among others. His van was covered in references to Trump.
Luckily, no one was injured.
On March 15, a man who describes himself as a white supremacist rained terror down on two mosques in New Zealand, murdering 50 people and injuring many others. He referenced Trump in his manifesto.
Let’s ask ourselves why the “alt-right,” white supremacists and others of that ilk love him? He brought Steve Bannon to the inner circle of the White House. David Duke crowed that it is his people who put Trump in the presidency. When the Nazis and other white supremacists marched in Charlottesville carrying torches and shouting “Jews will not replace us” among other venomous statements, Trump referred to them as “good people.”
Why does he get along best with the right-wing dictators of the world? He can deny it all he wants. but words have consequences.