Letters to the Editor

Cartoonist spoke for many Americans

I was extremely confused as to why Willey Miller’s Non Sequitur would be removed from The Gazette’s Sunday comics.

The wording in his feature could not even be completely read. He wrote it that way on purpose. He is actually speaking for a large group of Americans. Wiley simply gave it back to Donald Trump in his own language, so he could understand it. Does this mean Trump will no longer be mentioned or quoted again in your paper? I will look forward to never seeing Trump’s name mentioned, since that is how you wish to handle Wiley’s situation.

Trump only wants turmoil, name calling, and division. Wiley simply knows this, as we all do, and all of us have to change this direction of failure. Americans will not lower ourselves to this arena. Only know we have to change the people in office.

Patrick Lang

Marion

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