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Letters to the Editor — Oct. 15, 2021


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The Issue: The White House’s response to the lack of transparency round the gross sales of Hunter Biden’s artwork.

President Biden was requested about attainable corruption involving “the smartest man he knows,” his son Hunter (“Still Winking at Hunter’s Sleaze,” Editorial, Oct. 11).

His reply to the reporter was: “You gotta be kidding me.” This is accepted as a solution to a reputable query.

We’re to imagine that his son, who was discharged from the Navy for medicine, lied on an utility for a pistol allow and left his laptop computer for repairs with every kind of incriminating proof on it could be above promoting artwork on daddy’s title. When is America going to get up?

Michael Murphy


The White House is just not throwing up its fingers at Hunter’s apparent artwork rip-off. That would point out hopelessness, when actually the administration merely doesn’t care.

Our corrupt justice system gained’t implement legal guidelines towards Democrats. The mainstream-media propagandists gained’t cowl it.

As for voters, screw them. Democrats will simply proceed to change election legal guidelines. They are usually not hopeless. They are laughing at you.

Rich Codey


Is there something that Hunter Biden does that’s sincere, forthright and never simply one other scheme?

He is that this technology’s model of Billy Carter, President Jimmy Carter’s youthful brother, who couldn’t keep out of hassle.

There have been hookers, monetary schemes, big-money offers with overseas governments for a drug-addled loser whose father is president. Were Hunter a Trump, the media would eat him alive.

So his present pursuit is summary portray — the works bought in secret, possible by “art lovers” from China, Ukraine, Iran and wherever else Joe has attain.

Hunter’s flings are by no means on their face unlawful. It’s simply that he’s no artist, is aware of nothing about the oil and gasoline enterprise or personal fairness, but does offers like a senior companion at Goldman Sachs. As his dad would say, “C’mon, man!”

Rich Klitzberg

Princeton, NJ

It’s a critical slap in the face to struggling artists the world over that Hunter Biden had this chance to promote his work.

Do we even know that he really did the work? His observe document of mendacity speaks for itself.

I’m once more disgusted that this household is in the White House.

Alfred Bonnabel


The Issue: Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving’s determination not to get vaccinated regardless of mandates.

I really like the method Kyrie says it’s not about the cash; it’s about his convictions (“Ky speaks,” Oct. 14).

What about his conviction to be a group participant? He’s hurting his group. He must also notice he’s an influencer who might set an instance by getting the vaccine after which others would observe.

If he would perceive this idea, finally restrictions would have the option to be lifted.

He additionally talked about his concern for individuals who misplaced their jobs on account of the pandemic. I ponder how a lot of his paycheck he has donated to meals banks, and so forth. since the pandemic began.

D. Gold


Nets General Manager Sean Marks stated that the group “respects” Kyrie Irving’s determination to be a nasty, disloyal teammate by not getting vaccinated.

Since the phrase “respect” implies approval and even admiration, Marks ought to have as a substitute used the phrase “accepts.”

Many unhealthy issues have to be “accepted,” but when they’re unhealthy, they need to by no means be “respected.”

Richard Siegelman


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