Letter writer proves his ignorance on Soros
For someone who says in the first sentence of his Letter to the Editor, (Nov. 22), "George Soros is a person the average American knows nothing about, NEITHER DO I, (emphasis added)," he goes on to make statements about who Soros is and his being a billionaire and what Soros believes and what he has done with his money and that he hates democracy and "the plan he [Soros] has devised for Joe Biden to stick to, because Biden will also become a billionaire when he is done." Pray tell, what plan is that? Inquiring minds want to know!
Pretty impressive knowledge for someone who says he knows nothing about George Soros.
Would the editor of The Day kindly explain why it published, "The problem of George Soros" when the letter writer admits in the first sentence, he has no idea what the hell he is talking about?
Frank T. Francisconi, Jr.
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