Editorial: Why Didn’t Any of the Local Republican Leaders Say Anything About This Week’s Carnage

Aug. 6, 2019

There hasn’t been one word from State Republican Chairman Nick Langworthy about the murderous massacres which occurred over this past weekend. Every Republican official kept silent.

Stefan Mycyhajliw was especially alarming. He has said he is a devoted follower of Donald Trump and his methods. So far Trump has lied 10,000 times since he has been in office. Will Stefan use the same methods Trump uses to pass the blame to the media or anyone or anything else like video games? People in the rest of the world have the same games but only in America do we have mass shootings more than there are days in a year.

Nearly every Democrat spoke out about the murder of 32 people in Dayton, Ohio, and El Paso, Texas. From the Republicans, we are hearing mostly . . . (crickets)

The only conclusion I can come to concerning the Republican officials in our area is that they must be cowards. It’s strange that they have allowed the power of their god, President Trump, to overtake their most precious gift, their soul. No longer is the LORD and his teachings what is really important in their lives.

Nick, I am sorry you lost any integrity you had and I will pray your beautiful daughter never learns how her father failed his country because of his fear of losing his job. You have already lost your soul to an evil man.

3 Responses to “Editorial: Why Didn’t Any of the Local Republican Leaders Say Anything About This Week’s Carnage”

  1. Joe D. says:

    In any other industry or instance…this person would be suspended from his or her duties, until a thorough investigation either found guilty or exonerated…BUT THEN…whoever thought that politics was honorable & politicians honest and trustworthy. Seems that these carpetbaggers are always above the LAW!..Let alone Zellner holding two positions that have no one holding each other accountable. And the public continues…politics as usual.

  2. Jimmy Pierce says:

    I do not know why you would include the Democratic Party financial problem in with this editorial. Perhaps two separate editorials would be more appropriate. Seems like a unfair shot. Kind of wild to say Zellner is not only a Republican, but that he is being investigated when he is not, and from what I can tell, he is not even close to being removed – the Democratic leaders (most of them) love the guy.

    Joe D: Where do I begin? Your post is in serious trouble and needs help. You just do not know what you are writing about.

  3. jjtric says:

    Jimmy, I agree with you, so I took out the part about Mr.Zellner