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In my view, Kent Warner's crowd is the real danger to our country

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To the editor,

Kent Warner’s letter on Tuesday is factually incorrect as are many of his past ramblings against Republicans. He has a habit of trying to portray his crowd as saints and the rest of us as enemies of the people and our great country.

In my view, his crowd are the real danger to this great country. In one of his leftist talking points today, he is against VOTER ID, claiming it would restrict some people from voting, which is totally erroneous. The same ID ...

To the editor,

Kent Warner’s letter on Tuesday is factually incorrect as are many of his past ramblings against Republicans. He has a habit of trying to portray his crowd as saints and the rest of us as enemies of the people and our great country.

In my view, his crowd are the real danger to this great country. In one of his leftist talking points today, he is against VOTER ID, claiming it would restrict some people from voting, which is totally erroneous. The same ID will not restrict them from getting care at the doctor’s office, hospital or hospital emergency room, buying a ticket for the Concord bus line plus many more examples. So, what’s wrong with showing ID at the voting station? Kent’s excuse is that there is no credible evidence of voter fraud. Well, it’s a shame that he did not read the report yesterday by Martin Gould in Newsmax describing how easily it was for a Project Veritas worker to obtain Attorney General Eric Holder’s voting card enabling him to vote in the recent primary election in Washington, DC. The Department of Justice tried to play down the video proof of this on Monday. This same article states that politicians in N.H. are proposing stricter ID. Laws to stem voter fraud in our state.

Brendan Laffey

Center Harbor