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06-08-2022    09:38 AM    OPINION    If abortion is Self-Defense then heads up, Men, you are probably next on the list for prophylactic extermination

If there was any hope that the Gillette News Record would become any less socialist/marxist/anti-American or any more representative of unbiased journalism, after Ann Turner sold it, the June 07, 2022 printed paper proves disappointing. An entire third of a page is devoted to a letter to the editor extolling why abortion is Self-Defense. Letters to the editor are accepted with a 300 word limit. This letter contains more than 700 words.

Another letter to the editor promoting abortion on May 31, 2022 had 468 words. A second letter that same date, also promoting abortion, contained 488 words.

The link to submit a letter to the editor still says, "300 word limit."

The Gillette News Record also reprinted an editorial from the Casper Star Tribune June 05, 2022, which is nothing short of comic relief. It addresses "widespread wrongdoing" at St. Stephens Indian School, and includes, "Given the nature and scope of the allegations described in the report, 'widespread wrongdoing' might be underselling things. The Bureau of Indian Education report accused the schools' leadership of sexual misconduct and harassment, bullying, nepotism and financial exploitation, on top of drug and alcohol use on school property."

This is in fact racial discrimination. The press doesn't care when ALA librarians do it to non-Indians; in fact, they support it. The editorial also addresses the fact that Wyoming plays a role in funding that school and says, "It's critical that we stand up for its students now." This is the same sentiment expressed by Americans for over a year now, who don't want that same widespread wrongdoing to be funded by taxpayer dollars when it's done by the ALA and their collaborators in public schools and public libraries.

In December of 2021 presumably the same Casper Star Tribune editorial staff thought it was wrong to stand up for kids. They printed, regarding distributing vulgar, profane, obscene and deviant material to kids through the Library Crowd, "The First Amendment protects our freedom of expression and prohibits the government from restricting our rights to speak our minds or share information. That protection is most essential when it guards against attacks on information that some might find distasteful or disagreeable. After all, it's not the popular thoughts that people seek to silence."

Why is it wrong for Indian school teachers to share their information, lifestyle, and culture with kids, but not wrong for the ALA librarians? That is not only a double standard, it is Racist. This shouldn't come as any surprise, since the deviant ALA and press people are trying to blame their corruption of children on those who are black or homosexual.

What would the world look like now if the mothers of the ALA crowd and the biased media had exercised their Self-Defense rights? Maybe I should have a more open mind!

Thank you for reading. The purpose of my campaigns is to highlight corruption and to get assistance from anyone who is able and willing to help return Gillette and Campbell County and Wyoming to American Ideals, and hopefully a culture that applies the law equally to all citizens regardless of position or social class. Thank you so much for the efforts you are making and have already made. Please forward to everyone that you know who might be interested in the information I share. God Bless You, and God Bless America.

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