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Scott: Where were sources to support case?

Posted 5/18/21

With the hope of clarity, I read Mr. Kepler’s missive (“Reader tried to correct perceptions,” Sun City Independent, April 28, 2021) on the “real” statistics of illegal immigration.

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Scott: Where were sources to support case?

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With the hope of clarity, I read Mr. Kepler’s missive (“Reader tried to correct perceptions,” Sun City Independent, April 28, 2021) on the “real” statistics of illegal immigration.

Although his statistics were impressive, I didn’t see the sources producing his numbers. Statistics presented without citation cause me to worry about their veracity. But then I came to the fourth paragraph, which I believe to be the crux of his message, where he brings up the events of Jan. 6.

I believe his goal is not to address the horrors of the Democrats’ disastrous handling of illegal immigration, which even the mainstream media is highlighting, but to change our focus to President Donald Trump and the events of Jan. 6, a mantra returned to when the Democrat party doesn’t want you to focus on their actions.

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