Re “Inside the secret society trying to topple Trump,” (Dana Milbank column, TNT, 1/26).
One strategy to use when one can’t support one’s viewpoint with actual facts and information is to attack and make fun of an opponent’s position.
Yes, Trump uses a lot of hyperbole; he defines the word bombastic; he says things he should not say. Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity also use plenty of drama.
But none of this makes it OK to give free passes to corrupt leaders engaged in backhanded, underground dealings while hunting for Russia collusion problems.
For over a year, serious, dedicated people have been searching for wrongdoing in a connection between Trump and Russia. To this point none has been discovered, yet, there are notes, texts and other documents that clearly state the crooked intent of some of those given the responsibility of this probe.
These same folks have supported actions by Hillary Clinton that other have been jailed for.
Empty opinion columns are offensive. If you want to promote thoughtful understanding, please take off the blinders and print the words of people who are willing to really deal with the issues.