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LETTERS

'Our values' Warren is advocating for not Christian ones

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Calvin Lacy

Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Rex Allen Sr.’s 1962 hit song, “Don’t Go Near the Indians,” was one of many financial endeavors by this gifted artist. It certainly was never thought of as being a political stumbling block, but it has become just that.

Candidate Donald Trump clearly saw the implications of Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s claim of Cherokee kinship early on by calling her a nickname that has clung to her like bad breath. The Cherokee Nation was quick to condemn Warren’s claims in a statement, saying “A DNA test is useless to determine tribal citizenship.”

Just saw the video in which Warren is calling the president everything but a gentleman. She goes on with the tiresome Democratic Party name-calling by saying “Trump is only interested in things with his name splashed all over them.” But Henry Ford did the same thing and it worked for him. I’ve owned several Ford cars and trucks in my time and all of them were splashed with the Ford brand. It’s the reason I bought them. Ford has had the hottest brand on the market for decades. Even women drive Ford trucks!

Warren says she wants to make a difference, one that “reflects our values.”’ Do your own research. Warren is advocating for “our values,” not Christian ones. Her entire career is based on a lie — that she’s someone she isn’t. She’s a liar and you know they can’t go to heaven. Get out of the Democratic Party and repent. Don’t let Warren and the Dems send you to hell.

Calvin Lacy

Hertford

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