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April 16, 2014

Letter: American people still don't know the full truth

I think the last presidential election may have been the most corrupt one in the history of this nation. Numerous reports came out shortly after the election regarding corruption and voter fraud. Of course, much did not come out of those reports other than just rhetoric of words.

Judging on what has been seen during this current administration, was this last election stolen at the polls? There has been scandal after scandal. Just like voter fraud during the last election, people still don't know the full truth of Benghazi, Fast and Furious operation, targeting by IRS of President Obama's enemies, attacking of Libya without congressional approval, National Security Agency surveillance operations, and other matters of concern.

How do they get away with not telling the American people the truth, or ignoring their requests for the truth? How can they hide things like they do? They can because they're protected. As long as this administration, like other previous administrations, carry out globalist elitist objectives they'll be fine. Globalist elitist influence is prominent throughout our government, and most assuredly, our media. These people are ultra-rich and have an agenda that they're perpetrating on the American people through incremental change of laws and policy in our nation.

The only way out of this situation is a spiritual repentance unto the Lord Jesus Christ in this nation. Without this, America is headed for a tremendous train crash. Repentance is absolutely requisite. Without repentance and divine intervention, this nation will not change the direction it's currently headed.

Michael Imhof

Anderson

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