PRESS: Liberal, pro-death

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Itís an established fact that The Press is a left wing, liberal, democrat propaganda machine, however, the recent publishing of the despicable editorial cartoon portraying Alabama with the hanger was beyond the pale. Odd that the same mob (pro-death, kill them now or kill them later liberals) who worship the ground of scientists who propagate the climate change hoax, reject the consensus of the same scientists who factually and unanimously assert that life begins at conception.

To suggest that criminalizing murder by so-called doctors, would encourage the murder of the same unborn by the mother, is not only age-old fearmongering, it insults the intelligence of North Idaho readers. This cartoon requires a full retraction and apology from The Press for publishing such a scumbag and fear mongering approach to the killing of the unborn and (now) newly born children. The Press is in a grave position of responsibility. God is not mocked.

ESEQUIEL VASQUEZ

Post Falls

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