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Monday, July 22, 2019

The Trump-instigated chant (“Send Her Back”) didn't surprise me, but I am not one who believes this is Greenville's culture. Greenville citizens have always been cordial to me, even the ones who hate my guts.

Trump was proud of himself as he fired up his brain-dead fans and approved the chant as he moved his head side to side, chin high with his typical Mussolini dictator style. From experience, I think Trump positions some of his cronies in the crowd at his events to start the chants and it's easy for the gullible to follow. He lies as usual, claiming he disapproved and tried to stop it. For those who seek truth, look at the tape.

Trump learned from the many years of Bible thumpers' tactics to create straw people, attaching their lies to them and burning them just like he has done to these four young congresswomen. Then this Murphy person running for Congress, who had campaign ads praising all Trump's policies (which indicates what type of leader Murphy would be) opened his mouth. According to the Reflector, Murphy said the chant was an unfortunate choice of words, then he out-and-out lies, saying the Congress members used anti-American rhetoric. (Everyone knows the rhetoric is against Trump's evil separation of children/parents and his other evil policies, not against America.)

I think Trump is happy with all these distractions. It keeps people from focusing on his other deeds. Maybe he would rather be called a racist than a rapist.

I am not surprised at how low America (I predicted it) has come in many ways because years ago it was easy to see (if one wanted to) the Bible thumpers were going to drive America to the bottom, but it really is a shock, watching it in real life.

Dewey Funkhouser

Greenville

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November 12, 2019 - 44 minutes ago

I think most everyone would agree that our greatest national resource is our young people. What a breath of fresh air is the story of Greenville’s own Logan Council. Imagine what our country could accomplish if our State Department ($40 billion) was funded on the same level as the Department…

November 11, 2019

I know of no one who has been more of a pest to their friends and family than I have over the subject of solar electric farms in North Carolina. (Not to be confused with roof top solar panels on homes with battery storage).

You can not drive anywhere and miss seeing a solar farm near the highway. I…

November 09, 2019

I commend the efforts of those seeking to provide aid and assistance in the area to address mental health issues, especially for our young people, as reported in the article "Squelching the Stigma" in The Daily Reflector on Saturday, Nov. 2. As we consider this though, we need to take a broader…

November 08, 2019

I have recently received an email from Sen. Thom Tillis where he says he is so concerned about the Sanctuary cities and the release of some illegal immigrants, that he believes will so threaten the safety of the American people. 

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November 07, 2019

There was a letter to the editor in The Daily Reflector (Deceiver in Chief, Nov. 3) that listed supposed and possible untrue statements made by our president. I will not take issue with that. My concern is that that writer and a lot of others do not understand the role of the president.

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November 06, 2019

In a recent letter Bill Redding appears to lament the downswing in Americans describing themselves as Christians. (Religion should not dominate politics, Oct. 30) Then he goes on to describe all the sins of people who are not truly led by either Testament of the Bible, both Christians and Jews.…

November 05, 2019

“This president will be in power for only a short time, but excusing his misbehavior will forever tarnish your name. To my Republican colleagues: Step outside your media and social bubble. History will not look kindly on disingenuous, frivolous and false defenses of this man.” These…

November 04, 2019

A few months ago Harris Teeter grocery store closed its smaller store location on the corner of Charles and 14th street, leaving a big hole in the middle of Greenville.

Several of my friends have lamented the loss of this shopping option near the downtown area and close to many families in my…

November 03, 2019

Five thousand gold stars to the president for successfully taking out not only Baghdadi but also Abu al-Hassan al-Muhajir a day later. Major accomplishments. And only a fool would have told the Congress in advance; they are worse than a torn fish net for keeping a secret.

G. Gary Giles

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November 03, 2019

Steve Harding was a founding board member of Eastern North Carolina Stop Human Trafficking Now in 2010. He began serving as secretary to the board at that time and held that position until his death.

Steve also used his creative skills as a graphic designer to benefit the nonprofit. He designed…

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