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Giddings did nothing immoral or illegal

| December 16, 2021 1:00 AM

Priscilla Giddings did nothing illegal, immoral, or "unbecoming to a member of the legislature." She merely exercised her right to freedom of speech guaranteed by the First Amendment. She didn't moon anybody as the charge seems to imply. She has one of the best voting records of anyone in the legislature. She should not have been dragged through the dirt just because she has a far better voting record than Sage Dixon's boss and her political opponent, Scott Bedke.

This whole exercise is called blowing out someone else's candle to make your own look brighter. And if there's someone that needs to look brighter, it's Sage Dixon and Scott Bedke.

I'm sure that Sage Dixon went to Boise with good intentions but made an about-face. He now supports ALEC [American Exchange Legislative Council]. This is a globalist think-tank based in Arlington, Va. Among other things, it promotes having an article V Convention.

In the present political climate this would mean totally abolishing the Constitution of the United States of America. The last time one was held was in 1787 and everything that was on the books was thrown out. There is nothing that the globalists despise more than the Constitution of the United States of America. Let's apply some Holy Scripture here; "If the fruit is good call the tree good. If the fruit is bad call the tree bad, for a tree is known by the fruit it bears."

JAMES CHANEY

Bonners Ferry

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