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Letters for Tuesday, January 26, 2021

You must impeach

Imagine a 2024 scenerio.

President Kamala Harris (Biden resigned in grief after his son, Hunter, was assassinated by Ann Coulter), livid that Ted Cruz won the electoral vote by 2 votes although she amassed 5 million more votes overall, vowed to overturn the election.

Among her objections were that in several crucial swing states carried narrowly by Cruz, GOP legislatures had passed laws restricting polling stations to two per county, regardless of population, banned mail-in or absentee ballots except for military personnel, and strictly limited poll hours to 10:00 a.m. through 3:30 p.m. As a result, about 99% of the voters in rural counties who showed up were able to vote, but only about 66% in urban areas; the rest were turned away at 3:31 p.m. after waiting in line, sometimes since 7:00 a.m.

The Supreme Court in a set of 6-3 decisions upheld all the restrictions as “justified in the extraordinary circumstances,” which circumstances were not stated, so that the decisions could never be used as precedent.

Kamala hatched the scheme of planting rumors that some electors would switch their ballots, and engaged an intern to create a set of fake ballots (and a replica box of the actual ballot box) with sufficient switched votes to create a narrow electoral victory for her. The electors whose ballots were switched and the intern were killed in a mysterious plane crash. The plot was uncovered when a diversionary bomb planted outside the Capitol proved to be a dud, and a White House adviser was caught with the fake ballots and replica box.

Kamala, unrepentant, said it was all a hoax by Cruzers, and vowed to run for president again in 2028.

That is why it makes sense, if supported by evidence, to impeach and convict a president for high crimes and misdemeanors even after the term of office ends.

Jed Somit, Kapa’a

Truly a positive, energetic scene

I recently had my first shot at KVMH and want to share the experience.

Driving into the parking lot, there was a gentleman asking if I was there for the shot and directed me to a special section just for us. Upon arrival, my temperature was taken and I was directed to a chair for about 5 minutes and then to another for the shot, which didn’t even hurt, following which I was asked to stay for 15 minutes to be monitored while offered coffee, water and cookies.

It was so efficiently managed and fun and as far as I could see, the entire free staff from medical records to doctors, nurses, etc. was there – a happy, celebratory, environment full of old friends reconnecting, laughter and kindness. I told them the only thing missing was the beer and dancing.

Truly a positive, energetic scene so appreciated. Mahalo.

Candy McCaslin, Lawai
Source: The Garden Island

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