To the editor:
From late June through September, I asked Elise Stefanik the following questions via her congressional website. All were acknowledged as received. All were ignored. Here are three of those questions.
1) Speaking of the corona virus at the Trump rally in Tulsa on June 20, the president stated that he “told my people to slow the testing down, please … when you do testing to that extent, you are going to find more people, more cases.” Do you agree with this statement? Please explain.
2) In early July, President Trump stated that “Against every law of society and nature, our children are taught in school to hate their own country and to believe that the men and women who built it were not heroes but that were villains.” Do you agree with President Trump? Are children in the 21st Congressional District of New York being taught to “hate their own country?” If you do, please provide specific examples of where these hate America lessons are being taught?
3) At a Nevada campaign rally on Sept. 12, Donald Trump stated “Now I can be really vicious.” Do you agree that during these trying times with so much suffering, death and uncertainty it’s appropriate for the president to be “really vicious?” Please explain.
Over the past four years Stefanik has repeatedly demonstrated she has no leadership qualities and is nothing more than a lapdog Trump loyalist.