America’s time to say, 'Never again!'
We are being asked to accept a leader who admits to lying and downplaying a clear threat to American lives in order to benefit business and his own political future. This seems unimaginable, but after his admitted sexual grabbing of women was overlooked by so many four years ago, we are now asked to accept even more immoral actions.
No! We cannot! Do we have no sense of decency?
The American president is supposed to defend and protect the American people. But his actions, and now his very statements, say he is willing to sacrifice thousands and thousands of the most vulnerable − the elderly, the poor, the Black and the brown. And still his collaborators do not speak out.
Now it is America’s time to say, “Never again!”
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