Letter: Media was right about outcome of the election


The recent election and, more recently, the letter to the editor by Mr. Moreland proves his point.

Although he won’t admit it, he too is the product of misinformation and propaganda spewing across wavelengths of whatever he is basing his opinions on.

Yes, the press called things as they saw it. Which has turned out to be what it is. A seven million vote spread does allow for some hanky panky, but enough to change the results? Nope, not happening.

Guess those who followed Hitler, Mussolini, Putin and the likes all have the same playbook. But we as a nation can rise above that.

And don’t count on me being the Democrat you think I am. Stay safe, stay healthy and Happy Holidays.

D. Johnson

Oak Harbor

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