Letter: QAnon comment a reach with no proof

Letter to the editor FSA

It is difficult to read Tom Osowski's "Loyalty to the Constitution" (June 6, 2020) without laughing out loud. To believe the wild-eyed conspiracy theory of QAnon and a supposed deep state campaign by an assorted cabal out to get Trump and his supporters requires an intensely convoluted mind.

The word "allegedly" was used in his rambling diatribe. That is all it is, an allegation. He offers no proof of the crimes of the supposed deep state, and he cannot offer proof. There is none. Additionally, he seems to be on both sides of the fence when it comes to being for or against Trump.

So my laughter at the absurdity of his deep state versus QAnon allegations is joined by my head-scratching in trying to determine if he is "fer or again" the president. Also he might want to read the Constitution and compare Donald J. Trump's words and deeds. If he does that, he just might discover that the president has no regard for the U.S. Constitution whatsoever.

God bless the USA!

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