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Letter: Take a look at the direction we're heading

They were afraid of the anarchy, looting, and burning that would follow in our major cities if the election were overturned.

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To the Editor:

Our Supreme Court recently rejected a bid by the Texas attorney general to rule on the fraudulent ballots counted in the recent presidential election. Why did our highest court decide to “sit on their pens” and not take the case? They were afraid of the anarchy, looting, and burning that would follow in our major cities if the election were overturned.

Their fears were certainly realistic as mindless vandals would attempt to destroy lives and property, but a show of force by city officials would have held the criminal activity to a minimum. It is time for all to realize that the threat of terrorism has shaped the future of our great country.

Take a hard look at the direction we are heading. In California, schools named for Jefferson, Lincoln, and Washing are being renamed. I hope I do not live to see the day that happens in Sioux Falls.

Roger Wiltz

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