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Steve Veltrop

Jefferson City

Dear Editor:

My fellow Missourians and conservative Republicans: I had the honor of having lunch and an educational and enlightening conversation with a close friend of mine in Florida this week. This bright, sharp 86-year-old gentleman was born and raised in Berlin Germany. His father and grandfather had their restaurant/wine vineyards business brutally taken from them by the Nazis. His father and grandfather were arrested by the Gestapo. He and his family were finally allowed to leave Germany in the early 1940s. Yes, one sad brutal family story of too many.

Our conversation turned from one sad family's sorrow. To him comparing the Nazi doctrine, philosophy and propaganda of that time in Germany to the very happenings in our country today! You see in Nazi Germany at that horrific time. The German people were hearing continually what they called "magic talk" from Propaganda Minister Joesph Gobbles, which were continuous lies and conspiracy. Thus brainwashing and creating absolute fear in Germany until these fascists sadly broke the people's will.

Then, as we talked, he suddenly sent a lightning bolt through my being and reality finally enlightened me! My God, our beloved country is repeating and experiencing this same horrific brainwashing by the Democrat Party! As Nazi Reich Propaganda Minster Joseph Gobbles said: "You tell the same lie often enough and the people will believe it!"

My friend lived in this time in history and listen to his family talk the magic talk. And like trained circus horses politely and quietly walked to the gas chambers!

For God and our country, pay attention and reply "no" to what is happening in our country right now!

"The Democrat National Socialist Liberal Communist Anti-American Racist Muslim Nazi Party!"

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