Letter: Despicable behavior

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  • J Thompson SPRINGVILLE, UT
    June 14, 2017 12:26 p.m.

    LOU,

    You're simply repeating the Democrat Party Line. Democrats have been telling us since the DNC refused to allow the FBI to check the DNC computers that the "Russians" were behind Hillary's loss.

    Comey told us that Trump was not under investigation. The head of the NSA told us that Trump was not under investigation. The head of the CIA told us that Trump was not under investigation. That point is lost on liberals who cling to false and misleading statements from the liberal media and from their Party Leaders.

    You may not like Trump. That is of no concern to me. You may not agree with Trump. That is also of no concern to me. You may use your agency to spread the false statements of the liberal media and of Democrat zealots who have targeted Trump. That is of no concern to me. However, each of us will answer fully to our Creator for every thought, for every word, and for every deed. We will be required to substantiate those thoughts, those words and those deeds or receive just consequences from misusing our agency. That has eternal consequences for each of us and for our families.

  • ugottabkidn Sandy, UT
    June 14, 2017 10:34 a.m.

    Some commentators in this forum condone this behavior with their unwavering support of the current POTUS behavior, lack of ethics, and conflict of interests. Although investigators will scrutinize for the next 4 years there is ample examples that are well established in each. In this case, it is prudent to stand back and settle the issue before pursuing a public position albeit reluctantly. If he is really committed to principles he an do as much behind the scenes as in front.

  • LOU Montana Pueblo, CO
    June 13, 2017 6:09 p.m.

    Mike Richards - South Jordan, Utah
    "The potential "leader" chose to resign. It seems to me that either the charges were based on fact or that that "leader" isn't someone who believes in our system of justice enough to face his accusers in court where they would be required to prove his guilt. By resigning he gave everyone the impression that the allegations are true."

    The good people of Utah are better off with this person gone! If only the current President had the morals and decency to do the same!

  • Mike Richards South Jordan, Utah
    June 13, 2017 4:04 p.m.

    The potential "leader" chose to resign. It seems to me that either the charges were based on fact or that that "leader" isn't someone who believes in our system of justice enough to face his accusers in court where they would be required to prove his guilt. By resigning he gave everyone the impression that the allegations are true.