What follows are a few thought-provoking comments about specific articles.
Editor’s Note: Each week we receive hundreds of comments and correspondences — and we read every one of them. What follows are a few thought-provoking comments about specific articles. The views expressed herein don’t necessarily reflect those of The Patriot Post.
“I was once on the jury of a quadruple homicide. What no one is asserting, much less explaining, is what a jury goes through — the attention to detail, the nuanced deliberations, the intra-jury conflicts, and the known finality and consequences of judgement. That jury was as heroic as anyone could be. There is no worse denigration the MSM paid than to out of hand and uniformly desecrate their hard-fought and hard-earned work. Our country is founded upon the judicial process, and in denigrating it they denigrate the rule of law and replace it with a political narrative.” —New York
“‘Margaret Huang asserted, "That a white male youth can travel across state lines, armed with an assault rifle, and engage in armed confrontation resulting in multiple deaths without facing criminal accountability, is the all too familiar outcome in a country where systemic racism continues to rot the system.”’ Fact check: He DID face criminal accountability. That was the purpose of the investigation and trial! And the conclusion was that he did not commit a crime. That same day, Andrew Coffee, a black man, was also found not guilty by reason of self-defense for firing upon sheriff’s deputies conducting a SWAT raid on his home because he mistook them for robbers. Mr. Coffee was convicted of being a felon in possession of a firearm.“ —Minnesota
"Personally, I am against the idea that everybody should vote. If one is not interested enough in elections to do the very little that is required of them to vote, they shouldn’t. I’ve heard all the excuses, but my mom and dad had those same problems and never missed an election. I have never missed one, only using absentee ballots while serving in the Navy away from home. Only people who care enough to make an effort should vote.” —Nevada
“Never forget that the conqueror writes the history. But that does not mean every conqueror writes a candid history. One of the most unique attributes of the U.S. is its candor. U.S. history is unique in recording the good, the bad, and the ugly. It’s easy to conclude a perverted history if your perception is distorted. That erroneously justified the likes of the 1619 Project et al. We are in a culture war. Socialists will do all they can to prohibit truth. They will defend and maintain the Russia-collusion story. They will defend and maintain the perception Kyle Rittenhouse was a white supremacist murderer. They will defend and justify pedophilia, CRT, anything to destroy proven values and the U.S. — until communism reigns and freedom is gone.” —Missouri
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